Film Review: Blood Harvest (1987)

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SYNOPSIS: In a small town, people are being murdered by having their throats cut. REVIEW: Tiny Tim took the world by storm in the late 1960s. He covered a song called Tiptoe Through the Tulips with a ukulele and skyrocketed to popularity. Sadly, it would be his only popular song. The novelty would soon wear off and Tiny Tim would fade away from the pop culture zeitgeist and enter obscurity. In 1987, he re-emerged onto … Continue reading

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Book Review: Blood Harvest – Author James A. Moore

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Blood Harvest by James A. Moore (Earthling Publications) Some projects take time. Five years ago, Jason Soulis experimented on the town of Black Stone Bay, creating an army of vampires for the sole purpose of seeing which ones would survive and if the creatures could evolve. Five years later, his experiments are bearing dark, bloody fruit. A new breed of monster has come from the ashes of the old, a deadlier predator with a far … Continue reading

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Top 10 Scary Clowns in Horror Movies

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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

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Earthling Publications 2011 Halloween Book – Blood Harvest

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Blood Harvest by James A. Moore (Earthling Publications) For the 7th book in Earthling’s Halloween Series, join James A. Moore as he returns to Black Stone Bay, in this sequel to BLOOD RED…. Some projects take time. Five years ago, Jason Soulis experimented on the town of Black Stone Bay, creating an army of vampires for the sole purpose of seeing which ones would survive and if the creatures could evolve. Five years later, his … Continue reading

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