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Sean Leonard

Sean is an established punk rock drummer, a just-starting-but-already published fiction writer, a passable horror movie actor (by actor, we mean extra), and, of course, a horror writer/reviewer. But more than any of that, he's a fan at heart. If you watch a horror movie with him, he'll drive you crazy connecting actors and writers and directors to other actors and writers and directors. He lives in Kentucky with his horror-loving wife, his soon-to-be horror loving stepson (he has such sights to show him...once he gets older), and his dogs who could go either way on most horror movies, and yes, he does recognize that he is one lucky s.o.b.

Film Review: Killbillies (2015)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: After a night of carousing, the amateur photo model Zina heads for a fashion shoot in the nature, accompanied by the ambitious Mia, apathetic Dragica and snobby photographer Blitcz. On the idyllic location, a supposedly ordinary fashion shoot soon turns into a fierce fight for survival. REVIEW: Let’s face facts here – the horror scene is …

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Film Review: Bad Brains (2006)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Davide and his fiancée Alice aren’t two simple serial killers. They are looking for something inside the bodies of their victims, which forms the mystery of the story. And thy will continue to kill people until they find what they are looking for. Their crazy love story and strange research go on, but something changes when …

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Halloween Horror Nights 2018 – What We Know So Far

Let’s start this off with a little background info… Halloween Horror Nights (or HHN) is a yearly event held at Universal Studios Orlando, Hollywood, Singapore, and Japan. All four events have similarities as well as differences, but we’ll be focusing specifically on the Orlando event, which has promised an 80s theme. (Check out our review of last year’s event here.) …

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Film Review: Blood and Sex Nightmare (2008)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Libidinous sexually frustrated jerk Nick convinces his frigid virginal girlfriend Amy to go with him to the remote woodland swingers resort The Pleasure Mountain Adult Retreat. However, the place proves to be the stalking grounds for murderous psycho rapist zombie Felix Gallo, who starts bumping folks off left and right. REVIEW: The full moon is shining …

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Film Review: Her Name Was Torment (2014)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A lurid and exploitative adventure into erotica, violence, pain, and the unknown. Necrophilia, torture, gore, and psychological horror REVIEW: You can’t wave a limited collector’s edition VHS tape in the independent horror world and not hit what some folks would call a torture p**n movie. And it makes sense – if your film revolves primarily around …

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Film Review: Sadomaster (2005)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Extreme urban violence reigns in Argentina. Senator Beccar Varela rises as the only way to stop violence with his “zero tolerance” politic. People doesn’t suspect that Beccar is the head of the nazi gang that causes the violence. When members of the gang torture and rape a intellectually disabled man, a mysterious Masked avenger begins his …

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Film Review: Collar (2014)

Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: A rookie cop starts her shift like any other but soon it will all change for the worse. A derelict with a reputation of satanic violence, attacks the officer and collars her with a dog leash which is just the start of his abusive ritual. REVIEW: If you’ve seen anything by writer/director Ryan Nicholson (for example, …

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Dustin Wayde Mills’ Slaughterhouse Slumber Party Crowdfunding Campaign – Kickstarter

 The films of Dustin Wayde Mills tend to go in one of two directions. On one hand, he has directed some of the more unique films in the genre of the last 10 years, combining an experimental, nonlinear approach with raw, visceral images and a violent sexual angle. Films like Applecart, Her Name was Torment, and A Black Heart in …

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Film Review: Home Videos (2017)

Rate This Movie  REVIEW:  Some anthology films feature a wraparound story that weaves its way through from beginning to end; others feature a host who appears between segments to wisecrack and introduce the next story; and in some, one story begins where the previous ended, and ends where the next begins, and so on. And then there’s Home Videos, which …

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