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LONDON AFTER MIDNIGHT – Will the Legend ever be Uncovered?


London After Midnight, the legendary lost Lon Chaney film, still eludes the eyes of the world. Originally released in 1927, the suspense/horror tale was directed by Tod Browning (of ‘Freaks’ notoriety) and adapted from his own short story. As legend now states, the last known copy of the film was destroyed in the catastrophic vault fire at MGM studios in ...

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Trailer: Bayou Tales


Horror anthology Bayou Tales has a brand new trailer. Set in the swamps of Louisiana, Bayou Tales stars Roger Bart (Hostel II), Lin Shaye (Insidious), and Neil Brown, Jr. (Battle: Los Angeles) in their own individual segments. No word yet on a release date. Find out more here. Official Logline: During a raging hurricane, a young stranger is trapped inside ...

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Some Printable Horror Valentines To Put Some Fun In Your Holiday

Describing himself as the “Ed Wood of cartoon humor” artist James A. Roberson was kind enough to send along the link to some printable horror themed Valentine cards that he developed and I thought they might be something you would all be interested in. Just click on over to his site JARHUMOR.COM and sort through the assorted designs. See something ...

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First person View – Insidious Chapter 2 Premier


Taking a long drive through Los Angeles traffic during rush hour usually sucks. But when your about to visit your first premier you could care less. Thanks to “Film District” I was doing just that. We parked our rental at “Universal’s City Walk” and proceeded down towards a crowds frenzied roar. There it is, “The Red Carpet”. Picked up my ...

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Interview: Stephen Biro – President (Unearthed Films)


Stephen Biro is the President of Unearthed Films, the world’s foremost purveyors of DVD extremes. Since its launch in 2001, Unearthed Films has given the Western world such classics as Aftermath, Slaughtered Vomit Dolls, and This Hollow Sacrament. Unearthed Films was the first label to officially release the Guinea Pig series from Japan in pristine transfers with a generous amount ...

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“Midnight Hour” spins tale of workforce violence in October’s “Black Friday”

Most adults can tell horror stories about jobs they’ve held at one time or another, but in October the cult TV series “Lee Martin’s The Midnight Hour” takes workforce treachery to the next level in its latest installment, “Black Friday.” TRAILER: http://youtu.be/m3EumvizzFc This all-new episode tells the story of Griffith (Phil Elam), a security guard at a sprawling industrial complex, ...

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Tiffany Shepis and Robert Pralgo Headline Thriller “The Morningside Monster”


Independent film company Blue Dusk Productions announces the September production of the horror-thriller feature film “The Morningside Monster,” to be lensed in the greater Atlanta area and Macon, GA. Director Chris Ethridge and writer Jayson Palmer, the dynamic team behind the 2011 award-winning adaptation of Stephen King’s classic short story “Survivor Type”, have returned with a powerful original tale of ...

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Horror is Wet and Squishy in Big Pulp’s Summer Issue


Briny creatures invade Philadelphia in Jason Radak’s “Deep Flux,” one of the many horror highlights in the Summer 2012 issue of Big Pulp (ISBN: 978-0-9836449-3-4). “You’ll never look at sushi the same way again,” remarked Bill Olver, Big Pulp editor. “Deep Flux” begins with a chance encounter between a children’s speech therapist and a stranger oozing octopus ink, and builds ...

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LA Motion Pix Announces “Bouquet Of Consequence,” A Short Film


On behalf of LA Motion Pix, (Dead Vengeance and Time Changes Everything) we are excited to announce our short film, Bouquet of Consequence, is slated for release this summer! This psychological thriller is speared by Travis Lupher and William Sterling and features a daring performance by the lovely, Meggie Maddock. Bouquet of Consequence is a true passion film driven by ...

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Book Review: The Flesh of Fallen Angels – Authors Roy C. Booth | R. Thomas Riley


I remember, back in the idealized olden days of yore long forgotten (hence the idealization) by aging brain cells, when you new exactly what you were getting when you picked up a western. Men being men while hunting down the other men who done took their wife or town hostage. Outlaws. Gun slinging sheriffs. Whore houses in trouble. It was ...

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