Film Review: Varsity Blood (2014)

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SYNOPSIS: A pack of small town jocks and cheerleaders with a dark secret head out to a remote farmhouse for a raucous Halloween pasture party, only to find themselves up for slaughter by someone dressed as their high school mascot, an Indian warrior wielding a lethal fighting ax and a bow and arrow.

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A Deranged Mascot Spills Some VARSITY BLOOD

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Seems to be the summer of school stalkers. We were all just treated to ALL CHEERLEADERS DIE and now comes VARSITY BLOOD. This time around we have ourselves a killer in a mascot outfit killing all who crosses his path. A trailer just dropped today and I thought you might want to have a look. Varsity Blood (2014) Trailer Exclusive – Funny bloopers are a click away

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Film Review: Time to Kill (2014)

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SYNOPSIS:   For Sara there’s no time to waste, no time to lose, there’s only….Time to Kill… REVIEW: I’m sure neither of them will remember this but the first time I became aware of indie director Brian Williams and scream queen on the rise Ellie Church was at a horror convention in Cincinnati two or three years ago. I was wearing a Troma shirt and they both stopped me to admire it. On the back … Continue reading

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Film Review: As Night Falls (2013)

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SYNOPSIS: 10 year old Amelia’s parents think it’s time for her to go to sleep permanently, leaving her broken body in a silent shallow grave. 50 years later, Mommy and Daddy are back from hell, intent on wreaking the same deadly discipline on anyone not in bed by nightfall. Sisters Holly and Elizabeth are losing their minds, and their friends are losing their heads. Something evil has crashed the party…but no one knows what they … Continue reading

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AS NIGHT FALLS – New Film Starring Debbie Rochon Nov 12

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Breaking Glass Pictures and Vicious Circle Films are proud to announce the November 12th DVD release of As Night Falls, featuring the resurrection of Hell of Fame scream queen Debbie Rochon as a mother with an axe to grind. Written and directed by Joe Davison, As Night Falls is a blood-splattered, shock-filled slasher that proves home is where the heart is…and the lungs and the guts. The film stars Rochon, Deneen Melody (“The Playboy Club”), … Continue reading

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Film Review: Lord of The Undead (2004)

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SYNOPSIS: The story begins during the crucifixion of Jesus, but soon flashes forward to the present where some demons and a legion of zombies plan to wreak havoc on the Earth. Jesus himself reappears as a zombie as well. REVIEW:

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DRY BONES Releases Trailer Featuring Debbie Rochon

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Author and filmmaker Gregory Lamberson (Slime City Massacre, Carnage Road) has released the trailer for the new horror comedy Dry Bones, which he wrote and co-directed.  The film stars co-director Michael O’Hear and Debbie Rochon, who plays three roles in the film.  Kevin VanHentenryck, John Renna, Paul McGinnis and Kathy Murphy co-star.  Special Make-Up Effects were created by Rod Durick and Arick Szymecki, and the band Sealcats provided the score, including two versions of the … Continue reading

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Film Review: Exhumed (2011)

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SYNOPSIS: A warped and mysterious family are unable to leave the house they reside in for unknown reasons. When this strange brood decide to turn their captivity into a sick and violent game, it challenges their very reality and puts all of their lives in great jeopardy. REVIEW: Right from the opening credit sequence, you can tell that Exhumed, a little indie movie, is something special. From the beginning, the movie starts in black and … Continue reading

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Wrath of the Crows (2013)

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SYNOPSIS: In a dirty and narrow jail, Larry (Domiziano Arcangeli), Deborah (Debbie Rochon), Hugo (Brian Fortune), Hernest (John Game), and Liza (Tara Cardinal), the prisoners, are obliged to suffer injustices from the guards and from their chief, the officer. Above all of them is the judge. Nobody ever sees him, but he is the one that sets the rules, and he’s feared by inmates and guards alike. The prisoners know how to behave and what … Continue reading

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Debbie Rochon Cast in Upcoming DRY BONES

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Debbie Rochon has been cast as the female lead in Dry Bones, currently filming in Buffalo, New York. The horror comedy was written by Gregory Lamberson and is co-directed and co-produced by Lamberson and Michael O’Hear, who stars. Rochon and O’Hear appeared in Lamberson’s Slime City Massacre, and O’Hear has a role in Rochon’s directorial debut, Model Hunger, on which Lamberson served as line producer and first assistant director. Dry Bones tells the story of … Continue reading

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Shhh (2014)

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SYNOPSIS: ANGELA TUCKER was involved in a horrific car accident that killed her mother and younger sister. The accident left her mute, a side effect from post-traumatic stress. She has issues remembering exactly what happened in the accident. Throughout the film, she sees glimpses and moments of the accident in flashbacks. Her memory of how or why the accident happened is non-existent. She has also experienced slight amnesia, subsequently forgetting several details of her life … Continue reading

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Film Review: Sick (2012)

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SYNOPSIS: Two years into the outbreak, the remaining people struggle day to day for survival. With the infected more active at night, three people seek shelter in an empty home, but with supplies scarce, they’ll be lucky to make it out alive. REVIEW: Starring: Christina Anne Aceto, Richard Roy Sutton, Robert Nolan, Jennifer Polansky, Debbie Rochon Directed by: Ryan M. Andrews Written by: Ryan M. Andrews (screenplay) and Chris Cull (screenplay) For the past several … Continue reading

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Film Review: Terror Firmer (1999)

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SYNOPSIS: As a team of filmmakers attempt to get their latest movie made, a serial killer strikes, bumping off the cast and crew one by one. Can they survive for long enough to complete filming on the project? And can Lloyd Kaufman really manage to pull off a sensitive portrayal of a blind man? The answer to the latter question is, of course, no. REVIEW: This is exactly what I imagine the set of a … Continue reading

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Film Review: Rudyard Kipling’s Mark of the Beast (2012)

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SYNOPSIS: On New Year’s Eve, a small town sheriff hosts a party at his cabin in the woods; on the way home, one of the party-goers drunkenly desecrates a native shrine releasing a terrible curse. REVIEW: This movie has, on the face of it, all the elements to make a classic horror film: a literary source; a cabin in the woods; an ancient curse; an evil awakened; a B-movie icon in the cast. They’d have … Continue reading

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Film Review: Bikini BloodBath Carwash (2008)

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SYNOPSIS: A group of hot college girls decide to raise money and pulses by donning bikinis for a car wash. But a maniac chef is prowling about to get a cut of the action. REVIEW: My mom always taught me from a very early age that if you had nothing nice to say to not say anything at all. As a reviewer for HorrorNews that is not exactly the path to take. There are good … Continue reading

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Film Review: Psychic Experiment (2010)

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SYNOPSIS: After years away of avoiding his past, Cole Gray (Denton Blane Everette) accepts a job that has him returning to his home town leaving his new life and girlfriend Elspeth (Katie Featherston) behind. Believing he is hired by Louise Strack (Adrienne King) for an establishment called The Facility in order to research a local epidemic inflicting the locals with a strange cancer like ailment, Cole soon discovers a conspiracy running just below the surface … Continue reading

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