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Book Review: How to Survive The End of the World as We Know it – Author James Wesley Rawles


While it probably might seem like an odd choice to include a review of a survival book on horror site, the purpose here is to directly support our 2012 articles and efforts. This in fact happens to be my first book read on the subject of survival, so of course everything included is new, innovative and essential. The book is ...

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Film Review: The Inside (2012)


SYNOPSIS: A group of girls are terrorized by violent vagrants before succumbing to a horrific supernatural evil. REVIEW: Some nights just don’t go the way you plan them. And some nights go so far wrong, it’s best to forget they ever happened. This is one of those nights. It’s Sian’s 21st birthday, and her friends have planned a low-rent night ...

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Film Review: Splash Area (2012)


SYNOPSIS: Halloween night. A night filled with fancy dress costumes, candy, screams and blood. And then there’s the ‘trick-or-treaters’. REVIEW: Splash Area is an indie film from the UK. After watching it, I did a bit of research and found some interesting facts about the production that I must mention first – 1) this film was made for 500 British ...

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Book Review: The Coffee Table Book of Doom – Authors Steven Appleby | Art Lester


The Coffee Table Book of Doom, sounds pretty much like the title of a B-movie you haven’t seen yet but are likely. Well, for starters, this is a book (that you may just fall in love with) and not a film. Picture this…a group of educated writers (well 2 in this case) combine all their fact-finding doomsday data (and current ...

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Book Review: Global Weirdness – Authors Climate Central


Bearing the title “Global Weirdness“, you might mistake this for just another apocalypse-laden read. The book is created under the Climate Central group who (from the series of emails I received) are a group with a much needed concern for our planet’s direction. Not in the sense of politics, prophecy, or social agendas, but to simply alert us to what ...

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