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Film Review: Torture Chamber (2013)



A shocking family portrait. A boy oozing blood and saliva, bound by ropes and handcuffs, imprisoned in an animal cage. A deeply religious mother who believes her son is controlled by the devil. A Catholic priest devoted to saving his family, who tries to cure his deranged younger brother – but 13-year-old Jimmy Morgan is possessed by an evil too powerful to be exorcised by any religion.


Creator, director Dante Tomaselli has … Continue reading

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Film Review: Cadavericon (short film) (2002)


“Cadavericon” (besides wearing a title that leaves little to the imagination as to what the film is about) is a short black & white piece created as part of Marian Dora’s short film collective for 2002. The piece could easily be mistaken for a documentary film that demonstrates the procedure morticians go thru to prep a body for funeral service.

A recent corpse lays naked upon a table as he is lifted, washed, … Continue reading

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Film Review: Backcountry (2014)



An urban couple go camping in the woods and find themselves lost in the territory of a predatory black bear.


One of the most prevalent knock-off genres of “Jaws” since its release in 1975 has been the Killer Bear Flick.  Second only to Aquatic Creatures Eating Tourists, it was a natural progression that the likes of “Grizzly” and “Claws” would be hot on the classic’s heels, depicting the lumbering woodland mammals as … Continue reading

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Film Review: Caribbean Sunrise (short film) (2002)


“Caribbean Sunrise” is a 3 minute short by Marian Dora created in 2002. The piece as a standalone doesn’t offer very much but where it does is in its subtle migration from travel video to death scene.

Opening on a scene of a Caribbean paradise showing sunsets, palm tress, and warm winded ocean scenes one might think that they’ve stumbled upon a travel advertisement. In fact I tend to believe the piece was set up … Continue reading

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Podcast: Decades of Horror 1970′s Eps 004 – The Wicker Man (1973)


Considered a horror classic by many genre historians, The Wicker Man (1973) is the film for this episode. Featuring Edward Woodward, Christopher Lee, Britt Eckland and Ingrid Pitt, the film from director Robin Hardy leads its audience on a leisurely paced path to one of the more iconic endings in horror. The Black Saint and Doc Rotten tackle another groovy horror film from the 1970s.

Decades of Horror 1970s
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THE DEAD 2 – Blu-ray Giveaway in association with Anchor Bay and Romana Marketing Solutions is giving away two Blu-rays copies of THE DEAD 2

Email and put THE DEAD 2 in the subject line, and then in the body of the email submit your full name and complete address.   US ONLY.   We will be picking winners at random in the coming weeks.

Two years ago, filmmakers Howard J. Ford and Jon Ford took international … Continue reading

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Film Review: Provokation (short film) (2002)



“Provokation” is a 15 minute German short film created by extreme filmmaker Marian Dora. While being one of his earlier shorts, “Provokation” is indeed closer to being a case of “taking things too far” than any type of artistic offering. My viewing of this hard to watch short ended mostly on the question of “why” rather than being impressed on any creative level. The listing for the movie was also absent of … Continue reading

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SGL Entertainment Acquires Intrusion and Intrusion: Disconnected

SGL Entertainment is pleased to announce that it has acquired Both Intrusion and Intrusion: Disconnected Featuring Katie Stewart, Lee Haycraft and Corey Feldman (Goonies, Lost Boys). We are very excited that Producer Craig Everett Earl has decided that SGL Entertainment would be the right distribution company to release  Intrusion: Disconnected and also, to rerelease the classic original 2008 slasher film Intrusion now in HD.

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Streaming Horror Films Has Never Been Easier


Whether your flavor is psychological, gore-filled, B-Rated, Chop House, bizarre, comedic or other genre-blend, in today’s world you can discover, share your findings, and even post your horror flick or project. With the expansion of the internet and availability to stream and upload, a person can open their dark horizons and discover new horror with ease.

A connoisseur of zombie horror, for example, can find several hundred titles to view. From the obscure … Continue reading

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Film Review: Visions of Ecstasy (short film) (1989)



Visions of Ecstasy created by director/writer Nigel Wingrove has some history behind it.

The film itself, if stepping outside of the controversial tones, sort of reminded me of those late night Showtime erotica shorts. The piece is simply a category “nunploitation” film, but where it pushed the envelope lies within the blasphemous elements of the piece.

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Top 10 Scary Clowns in Horror Movies

Scary Clowns Horror Films

Hey there Horror Fans! Got a inkling for a scary clown movie? Do creepy clowns freak you out? How about just plain haunting face paint that rubs you the wrong way? Well I think we all had to do a double take after the Gacy years, but for the meantime we thought we’d give you a nice little selection to choose from. Now my disclaimer on this list is “clown horror” films that I’ve yet … Continue reading


Podcast: Horror News Radio – Eps 75


The Dead 2 (2014) is not only the swag in the prize pack from Anchor Bay Entertainment in this week’s trivia contest, it is also the topic of this week’s review. It’s zombie action set in India from The Ford Brothers who brought the horror community The Dead. 

Dave shares the horror news of the week with previews of The Walking Dead, American Horror Story: Freak … Continue reading

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Film Review: Thanatomorphose (2012)



Thanatomorphose is an hellenic word meaning the visible signs of an organism’s decomposition caused by death. One day, a young and beautiful girl a wakes up and finds her flesh rotting.


Film Review: Bermuda Tentacles (2014)



The president, being flown over the Bermuda Triangle, is forced to be jettisoned in his escape pod after lightning hits Air Force One.  A Special Forces unit is then sent on a rescue mission to bring the president back home safely before he runs out of air.


Being a SyFy original, I knew what to expect.  Horrible acting, bad writing, awful CGI, off tune music score was all on deck for … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Wicksboro Incident (2003)



A documentary team and a retired government engineer go to the site of what was once Wicksboro, Texas to investigate a population which completely vanished in the 1950’s. They believe alien invaders were responsible for the mass disappearance, and set out to prove it on film.


THE WICKSBORO INCIDENT opens flashing a few courier-fonted title screens and a close-up interview with a retired electrical engineer named Lloyd. Lloyd explains the research … Continue reading

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Film Review: Discopath (2013)



The mid-70’s: a timid young New Yorker leads an uneventful life until he is fatefully exposed to the pulsating rhythms of a brand-new genre of music: disco. Unable to control his murderous impulses that stem from a traumatic childhood experience, Duane Lewis transforms into a dangerous serial killer exiled to Montreal.

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