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Video Madness: Beheaded Snake Attacks

Beheaded Snake Attacks

Welcome back everyone. I hope you all enjoyed your weekend. We’re going to start the week off with something that scares the creeping f*ck of your good Professor; Snakes. If your like me, than you find these soulless creatures to be no less than tools of the Dark Lord himself and their general evilness gets under your skin like a …

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Video Madness: Scary Dancing Clown

Scary Dancing Clown

All right – Tina stop showing so much cleavage and Ricky, spit out that gum – it’s time to get serious; serious like a clown. Which is what we’ll be discussing today. Yesterday, I featured a body-less snake lashing out despite it’s being dead. It was scary – particularly if you’re afraid of snakes, which I am. However, this fear …

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William Froste Feature Largest Ensemble Horror Cast


VISION FILMS TEAMS UP WITH ABSINTHE PRODUCTIONS FOR THE HIGHLY ANTICIPATED HORROR FILM “William Froste” WHICH WILL FEATURE THE LARGEST ENSEMBLE HORROR CAST TO EVER GRACE THE SILVER SCREEN Los Angeles, CA – Over in beautiful Palm Springs and Los Angeles something dark is stirring. The dream of an “ultimate” horror film is taking flight. Vision Films has linked a …

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PUFF 2016 is Now Accepting Film Submissions


The Philadelphia Unnamed Film Festival (PUFF) is now accepting feature length and short film submissions for 2016. The first year film festival aims to bring independent genre films to Center City Philadelphia. Run by Fangoria writer, Madeleine Koestner and longtime pop culture blogger, Alex Gardner, PUFF has been hosting monthly screenings at one of Philly’s last video rental shops, CineMug. …

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’80s B-Movie Rarity VAMPIRES on DVD May 10


Don’t go in the Basement After Dark … Cult, ’80s, B-Movie Rarity on DVD May 10th At a prestigious, all-girls, prep school, things go terribly awry in the underground, horror flick Vampires, resurrecting on DVD May 10 from Film Chest Media Group. Originally filmed as the second part of the 1989 cult anthology classic Fright House, this would be the …

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Horror Hotel Announces Film Lineup and Awards


The International Horror Hotel has announced its official awards list and film selections for the 5th edition of the festival, which will be taking place June 9th through 12th. Horror Hotel is a yearly film festival and convention celebrating some of the best independent horror and science fiction films from around the world, uniting film fans, filmmakers and industry professionals who share …

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The Dead Rise, Down Under! ME AND MY MATES VS. THE ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE Hits North America on July 5th


The Dead Rise, Down Under Me and My Mates vs. the Zombie Apocalypse Hits North America on July 5th Studio City, CA –  (April 18, 2016)  The Australian zombie comedy, Me and My Mates vs. the Zombie Apocalypse (MAMM), is heading to North America this summer!  Starring three of Australia’s biggest comedians: Alex Williamson, Jim Jefferies, and Greg Fleet, Me …

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Stephen King’s Pet Sematary is Unearthed in the Documentary “The Path to Pet Sematary!


Los Angeles, April 21, 2016 TERROR FILMS Presents “UNEARTHED & UNTOLD: THE PATH TO PET SEMATARY” Premieres the Official Trailer, Poster & Special Promotion In September of 2015, TERROR FILMS announced that it had acquired, “UNEARTHED & UNTOLD: The Path To Pet Sematary” – the documentary chronicling the origins of Stephen King’s bestselling horror novel, “PET SEMATARY” and its journey …

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Wall-to-wall horror this May with RESTORATION


Experience a haunting May 3 when director Zack Ward’s Restoration premieres On Demand from Uncork’d Entertainment. Starring Emily O’Brien (Pernicious), and co-written by Ward and James Cullen Bressack (Blood Lake, Pernicious), Restoration spooks up the tale of a couple who, while renovating their house, find a diary hidden in the walls, lost for 30 years. Opening the book releases the …

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Film Review: Hush (2016)


SYNOPSIS: A deaf woman is stalked by a psychotic killer in her secluded home. REVIEW: I’m not a fan of the films of Mike Flanagan. There, I’ve said it. I’m not a fan of his films at all. I found the critically acclaimed Absentia (2011) a tedious bore, and after watching it I referred to Oculus (2013) as WTF-ulus (I …

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