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Halloween in November? It happens on all-new “Midnight Hour”

Before you wash off the greasepaint, fold up your costume and eat all your candy, prepare for one last Halloween shiver with November’s all-new “Midnight Hour” episode, “Doomsday’s Fury.” This violent entry tells the story of a George (James Caudill) who brings his daughter Amelia (Gabrielle Phillips) home from trick-or-treating only to find ex-wife Lydia (Sherri Semine) has just called …

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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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Rock and Shock Recap!

What do you call a three day weekend chock full of music, madness and mayhem all devoted to the undying spirit of HORROR? Rock and Shock, that’s what! Indeed, promoter Massconcerts and the city of Worcester did a great job as always hosting this annual event, this year presented at the city’s DCU and Palladium venues. Between all of the …

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Film Review: The Burning (1981)

SYNOPSIS: A former summer camp caretaker, horribly burned from a prank gone wrong, lurks around an upstate New York summer camp bent on killing the teenagers responsible for his disfigurement. REVIEW: 1981’s “The Burning” was something of a “Missing” movie for a long time. Although it did get a small theatrical release back in the day, it was not a …

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Killer clown, Penny Pockets, returns to “Midnight Hour”

Fans of the cult hit TV series, “Lee Martin’s The Midnight Hour” will remember the show’s season three finale which aired last August—the diabolical tale of Penny Gillespie (Lisa Mueller), whose mind unhinged when her cheating hubby’s negligence caused their baby’s death, sending Penny on a vengeful homicidal spree as clown-for-hire, “Penny Pockets.” Now Penny is back and deadly as …

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Film Review: Scalps (1983)

SYNOPSIS:  A group of college students go on an archeological dig at an ancient Indian burial ground (great idea there guys) hoping to find some Native American artifacts. While they are digging around they end up disturbing an evil spirit who wastes no time in possessing one of them. Of course the now possessed student goes on a killing spree, …

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Film Review: Terror Train (1980)

SYNOPSIS: A group of college students decide to celebrate their last year of college together by having a costume party aboard a train on New Year’s Eve. Unfortunately the victim of one of their pranks that went horribly wrong (do any of them ever end with someone not dying or being physically/mentally scarred for life?) has decided to join them, …

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