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Film Review: Programmed to Kill (1987)

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After CIA agents capture a dangerous terrorist they decide to turn her into an even more dangerous cyborg so she can hunt down and kill her fellow terrorist. Unfortunately something goes wrong and she starts killing off the people responsible for turning her into a cyborg (as well as anyone else who gets in her way).

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Book Review: Jamais Vu – Issue 1 – Editor Paul Anderson

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For a very, very short amount of time, back in the mid-1990’s, just after Headbanger’s Ball was cancelled, there was a show on MTV called SuperRock (bear with me here, this will make sense shortly). Rather than only playing heavy metal videos, SuperRock covered a wider variety. On a normal night, you might catch a Bad Religion video, then a Faith No More video, and then a Public Enemy video. They essentially tapped into … Continue reading

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Podcast: Horror News Radio – Eps 78

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The Sacrament (2013) has its roots firming grounding in the true story surrounding the Jonestown tragedy from 1978. The similarities have many of the HNR grue-crew scratching their heads wondering what the film’s director Ti West is really up to. The discussion gets heated beginning with an explanation of what happened to covering The Guest.

Doc shares the horror news of the week with … Continue reading

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FrightFest announces line-up for Halloween all-nighter

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FILM NEWS (UK): FILM4 FRIGHTFEST ANNOUNCES LINE-UP FOR HALLOWEEN ALL-NIGHTER

The FrightFest All-Nighter 14 returns to its spiritual home, The Prince Charles Cinema, on Saturday October 25, with five killer titles, including the world premiere of Anthony DiBlasi’s LAST SHIFT.

We kick off with a special preview of The Vicious Brothers EXTRATERRESTRIAL, a fine blend of ‘Close Encounters’ and ‘Communion’ with … Continue reading

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Everything is Terrifying on October 27th in NYC!

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EVERYTHING IS TERRIFYING!
Monday, October 27 @ 7pm
Strand Bookstore (828 Broadway, corner of Broadway and 12th Street)
Admission: Free (all you need to do is buy a book)

Just in time for Halloween, the biggest names in horror fiction appear live to talk about the things that scare them. Expect parasites! Terrible jobs! And probably sharks!

Laird Barron – horror writer (The Croning, The Beautiful Thing That … Continue reading

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Film Review: House On Haunted Hill (1959)

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“Eccentric millionaire Fredrick Loren and his fourth wife, Annabelle, have invited five people to the house on Haunted Hill for a ‘Haunted House’ party. Whoever will stay in the house for one night will earn ten thousand dollars each. As the night progresses, all the guests are trapped inside the house with ghosts, murderers, and other terrors.” (courtesy IMDB)

REVIEW:
This week I’m discussing one of my favourite films … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Last Man On Earth (1964)

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“Doctor Robert Morgan is the only survivor of a devastating world-wide plague due to a mysterious immunity he acquired to the bacterium while working in Central America years ago. He is all alone now – or so it seems. As night falls, plague victims become part of a hellish undead army that’s thirsting for blood – his!” (courtesy IMDB)

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This week’s film is the misunderstood classic The Last … Continue reading

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Film Review: The Comedy of Terrors (1963)

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An undertaker who hasn’t had any ‘customers’ in a long time is forced the pay one year’s back-rent. To get money he starts to kill people in order to get new clients.

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Film Review: Tulpa (Perdizioni Mortali) (2012)

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Lisa Boeri is a successful businesswoman obsessed with her career – on day. But on night, she is visiting private nightclub Tulpa, club where your sickest, most erotic fantasies come true.

REVIEW:

A woman is bound to a homemade merry go round as she is forced to endure a protruding barbed wire positioned to scar her face on every pass. That is until her eye pops out………

Sound interesting? Maybe even a little … Continue reading

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Film Review: Goal Of The Dead (2014)

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Returning to his hometown for the first time since his big money move to the professional leagues, Sam Lorit expects a joyful homecoming and a routine cup-game victory. But with the zombie outbreak fueling bitter rivalries, the players and their entourage are dragged into a brutal game for their lives.

REVIEW:

I am not a fan of soccer. I find the sport boring, a bit vacuous even. Perhaps I’m just jealous … Continue reading

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HALLOVINE: 13 Horror Directors, 13 Original Shorts

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13 DAYS OF #HALLOVINE!

The Crypt and 13 of your favorite horror directors invade your phone!

Check out The Crypt on Vine, Twitter, and Facebook @FearTheCrypt or on the app FeartheCrypt.com

The Crypt, Eli Roth’s multi channel horror studio and iPhone app, is bringing fear to your phone this Halloween as 13 directors are participating in The Crypt’s … Continue reading

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Film Review: Annabelle (2014)

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A couple begin to experience terrifying supernatural occurrences involving a vintage doll shortly after their home is invaded by satanic cultists.

REVIEW:

Ever since Ananbelle was announced, there hasn’t been a day when someone hasn’t needled me ever so slightly as to its impending arrival. Why you ask? Because it’s no secret that I have an aversion to dolls, especially creepy looking ones that talk and attempt to kill their owners for … Continue reading

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THE EXORCIST FILE – SpookedTV Latest to Redbox!

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The Scariest Ghost Stories Are the Ones That Are Real! SPOOKEDtv (as seen on SyFy, NBC Universal, Sony Pictures) Now on DVD, Uncut full of bonus features. See what SyFy dare not to air. Paranormal & Supernatural entertainment. There is TV and there is ‘SPOOKEDtv’! Epic Reality Television, Films, Art, Music and Documentaries by cutting-edge filmmakers from around the world. SPOOKEDtv dedicated … Continue reading

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Horror Funding: Hellraiser Documentary Leviathan

Production on the Hellraiser documentary continues to go from strength-to-strength.

The independent horror documentary – Leviathan: The Story of Hellraiser and Hellbound: Hellraiser 2 – has been in production since November, 2013, and may have seemed like a fan project when it began, however, its continued success throughout production shows that it’s anything but. The team consists of accomplished writers and filmmakers, who are dedicated to ensuring the success of this project; and … Continue reading

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Midnight Screenings of SCREAM & RE-ANIMATOR at Brooklyn’s Nitehawk

Head out to the Nitehawk Cinema in Brooklyn this weekend.  The theatre will be showing midnight screenings of Stuart Gordon’s Re-animator (1985) and Wes Craven’s Scream (1996) in two separate theatres at midnight tonight and tomorrow night – these are not double features.  From the press release:

Scream:  Many consider Wes Craven’s Scream to be the end of an era for the American horror film as it folds in all of the genre’s … Continue reading

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Film Review: Muirhouse (2012)

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In 2007 author Phillip Muirhouse was left alone in a haunted homestead called ‘Monte Cristo’. He was there making a documentary that was to accompany his latest book. He also broke the rule of all ghost hunters…. Never Be Alone.

REVIEW

To me, the found footage ghost/possession/supernatural film is the lowest common denominator of horror film making. It uses shoddy looking footage (usually night vision), loud sounds, cheap scares and one simple trick … Continue reading

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Film Review: Evil Intent (2010)

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Stephanie and Kelly are best friends and roommates. Paul is Stephanie’s boyfriend and Kelly’s former boyfriend. The three of them eventually realize they are part of a love triangle that’s filled with love, betrayal, insanity, and murder.

REVIEW:

Mean Girls + April Fools Day = Evil Intent

In a rather bleak interpretation of just how rotten some girls can be, this is the story of an ex-girlfriend and her roommate taking needless … Continue reading

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Trailer: V/H/S: Viral (2014) (Red Band)

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Follows fame-obsessed teens who unwittingly become stars of the next internet sensation.

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Film Review: Criminally Insane (1975)

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An obese woman recently released from an insane asylum kills anyone who attempts to get her to stop eating.

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Criminally Insane, released in 1975 and directed by Nick Millard, emulates the classically depraved and dementedly entertaining exploitation films of the ‘70s. Darkly comedic to the point of outrage and ludicrous in its twisted scenarios, its title suits it well, insane. Though Millard claimed to have featured professional actors (Priscilla Alden, Michael … Continue reading

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Exclusive Photos of Lionsgates JESSABELLE‏

 LIONSGATE presents JESSABELLE

EXCLUSIVE PHOTOGRAPHS from the New Lionsgate’s Film,  Jessabelle

STARRING:

Sarah Snook, Mark Webber, David Andrews, Joelle Carter, Ana de la Reguera,

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Film Review: Black Sheep (2006)

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An experiment in genetic engineering turns harmless sheep into blood-thirsty killers that terrorize a sprawling New Zealand farm.

REVIEW:

I love this movie. Seriously…I love this f**king movie. I already own it, and have watched it hundreds of times before being asked to review it. I give this disclaimer – I LOVE THIS MOVIE. A LOT.

Ok, now that’s out of the way –

I read a statistic somewhere that claims sheep … Continue reading

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