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Film Review: The Seventh Curse (1986)

SYNOPSIS: Professor, adventurer and author Doctor Yuan Chen discovers he’s been afflicted with always fatal “Seventh Curse” for interfering with a Thai tribes blood sacrifice. Now he must return to the dark jungles to find a cure. But he’ll have to endure car crashes, booby traps, little demons, big demons, and savage natives— and that’s just reel one! REVIEW: My …

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Film Review: The Green Slime (1968)

SYNOPSIS:   Cells from an alien life form are accidently brought aboard the space station Gamma-3. They quickly grow into an army of deadly creatures with electrified tentacles hell bent on killing the crew. REVIEW: Here’s some fun “elevator pitches” for science fiction movies. How about having astronauts land on an asteroid that’s on a collision course with earth? Wait, …

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Interview: Composer Steve Moore (Camera Obscura)

“Steve Moore has composed for several horror films including Adam Wingard’s “Phase 1 Clinical Trials” vignette in V/H/S/2 as well as Wingard’s 2014 hit THE GUEST. Moore then went on to compose for the sci-fi horror film THE MIND’S EYE and 2016’s DON’T KNOCK TWICE. He most recently composed the score for Joe Lynch’s SXSW favorite MAYHEM and Chiller Films’ CAMERA OBSCURA. He is also one half of the internationally popular synth wave duo Zombi …

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Film Review: 3 A.M. 3D (2012)

SYNOPSIS: A trio of creepy stories from Thailand that includes a tale about a haunted wig, one about a mortician in training falling in love with the ghost of a dead woman, and two jokesters learning that there are dire consequences for playing pranks on certain people.  REVIEW: I wasn’t very familiar with 3 A.M. before I watched it but since I …

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Film Review: Attack of the Killer Donuts (2016)

SYNOPSIS: A chemical accident turns ordinary donuts into blood thirsty killers. Now it’s up to Johnny, Michelle and Howard to save their sleepy town from…Killer Donuts.  REVIEW: Attack of the Killer Donuts Director Scott Wheeler is known for his work on Martian Land (2015), Avalanche Sharks (2014) and Sink Hole (2013). I saw “Attack of the Killer Tomatoes” in the …

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Trailer: Higher Methods (2017)

A dark drama about fame and the price one pays to achieve it. Matt, is an actor whose sister goes missing years prior. His search for her leads to fanatical theatre group, whose leader employs horrifying methods in sharing the art of performance. What follows for Matt is a descent down the rabbit hole until he cannot determine what is …

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Film Review: Goke Bodysnatcher From Hell (1968)

SYNOPSIS: Passengers on a Japanese flight learn of the sighting of a mysterious UFO minutes before an emergency crash landing in an unknown area. After one of the survivors encounters a strange spacecraft and falls under alien control, the others are forced to fight for their own survival. REVIEW: A blood-red sky could be a sign of several different things. …

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Film Review: Be My Guest (2009)

SYNOPSIS: A peaceful family vacation on the mountainside turns deadly when a man’s disgruntled ex-employee arrives seeking a bloody revenge. REVIEW: South Korean films hold a very special place in my heart for their predilection toward genre-bending. Films like Madeo (2009) and The Wailing (2016) exquisitely blend elements of drama, horror, intrigue, and light comedy, offering film experiences that feel …

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Film Review: Arbor Demon (2016) – Review 2

SYNOPSIS: An adventurous woman with a secret from her husband insists the couple go camping to reconnect. Something in the woods wipes out a group of hunters nearby, preventing the couple from leaving their tent. Secrets and supernatural stories come to light, and they must determine if the real threat is inside or outside their enclosure. REVIEW: Y’know, somewhere, sometime, …

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Film Review: Hangman (2015) – Review 2

SYNOPSIS: The Millers return home after a vacation and discover that their home was robbed. After the mess is cleaned up, they have no idea that their nightmare has just begun. REVIEW: The term “underrated” is thrown around a bit too much nowadays, especially considering the prevalence of clickbait articles and lists around every corner of the internet (“Top 10 …

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Film Review: Hiruko The Goblin (1991)

SYNOPSIS: A school was built on one of the Gates of Hell, behind which hordes of demons await the moment they will be free to roam the Earth. Hiruko is a goblin sent to Earth on a reconnaissance mission. He beheads students in order to assemble their heads on the demons’ spider-like bodies. Hieda, an archaeology professor, and Masao, a …

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Film Review: Ab-normal Beauty (2004)

SYNOPSIS: A troubled young woman dealing with something horrible that happened in her past witnesses a fatal accident and then becomes obsessed with taking photos associated with death. Things go from bad to worse for her when a mysterious person sends her a snuff film featuring the brutal death of a young woman. Is she the killer’s next target and if …

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Other Worlds Austin Presents DAVE MADE A MAZE, a Texas Premiere

As part of its Orbiter Year-Round Series, Other Worlds Austin SciFi Film Festival is thrilled to present the Texas premiere of the SciFi horror/comedy DAVE MADE A MAZE on Wednesday, July 19 (7:30pm) at Flix Brewhouse. Producer John Charles Meyer will be in attendance and will do a Q&A after the screening. Co-Writer/Director, Bill Watterson’s feature debut re-imagines classic 80s …

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Horror Feature ‘RESIDUE’ to be released on VOD in US and Canada on July 18

The creative horror film,features an impressive ensemble cast IndustryWorks Studios will be releasing the buzzed-about gritty, action/crime horror film Residue in the US and Canada on VOD on July 18th, 2017. The indie film stars James Clayton (‘Candiland’, ‘The 100’, ‘Timeless’), Taylor Hickson (‘Deadpool’, ‘Aftermath’), Costas Mandylor (‘Saw’ Franchise, ‘The Pledge’, ‘Picket Fences’), Gemini Award nominated Matt Frewer (‘Orphan Black’, …

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Cult Actor TED RAIMI to Make Feature Directorial Debut on Psychological Horror Film THE SEVENTH FLOOR

Quick scoop for my horror friends! I recently interviewed actor Ted Raimi (Evil Dead II, Ash vs Evil Dead), during which he gave me an exclusive scoop on his upcoming feature directorial debut, The Seventh Floor: “I’m directing my first feature this year, as a matter of fact. It’s called The Seventh Floor. Veva Entertainment is producing it, and we’re …

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