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Jessica Hubinek

Growing up in the 80’s and 90’s with two older brothers my horror indoctrination began at a very young age. I can remember being six years old and watching my very first truly scary horror flick, A Nightmare on Elm Street. There was no turning back after this. This quickly evolved into not just a love of horror movies, but a fervor to read as many horror novels as I could get my hands on. When I was ten years old I started reading Stephen King and I was forever hooked. I am, to this day, still a “constant reader” of King’s work. I'm a former librarian and currently work in IT, but write for horror websites and short horror fiction in my spare time. Originally a Chicago suburbanite I still identify as a mid-westerner, but currently live in Connecticut with my husband and two dogs.

Film Review: The Wind (2018)

SYNOPSIS: A plains-woman faces the harshness and isolation of the untamed land in the Western frontier of the late 1800s. REVIEW: The Wind, directed by Emma Tammi and written by Teresa Sutherland, is a western horror movie that takes place in New Mexico sometime during the late 1800’s. Although it has a relatively short run time of only 87 minutes …

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Film Review: Eat Brains Love (2019)

SYNOPSIS: Eat, Brains, Love is a laugh-out-loud funny, surprisingly romantic, zombie road trip movie filled with heart – and brains. REVIEW: Eat, Brains, Love directed by Rodman Flender and adapted from a book written by Jeff Hart is chock full of gory scenes depicting human devouring zombie binge-fests but lacking quality in most other respects. With shallow unlikable characters, major …

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Film Review: Rabid (2019)

SYNOPSIS: The quiet Rose works in women’s fashion clothing, hoping to be a designer. A traffic accident damages her face. She gets experimental stem cell treatment, leaving her stronger and prettier than ever – but there’s a side effect. REVIEW: Rabid (2019) is a satirical, mildly gory remake of the original Rabid produced and directed by David Cronenberg in 1977. …

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Film Review: Pickaxe (2019)

SYNOPSIS: 1982: The survivors of a series of brutal killings in a small town thought mass murderer Alex Black was dead and buried after the townspeople put an end to him. But teenagers experimenting with the occult awaken the monster from his grave and he begins another rampage of terror with his favorite tool, a pickaxe. Only those who have …

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Film Review: Occult Angel (2018)

SYNOPSIS: Beautiful, mysterious – the occult history Jack Angel uncovers in the city of Bath is astonishing. But the discoveries become increasingly creepy and disturbing – and the ‘final revelation’ will change the way you see the world. This film was made by Andy Roberts between 2008 and the present. In 2015 after a breakdown he re-cut the footage – …

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