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Comic Review: Celebrity Zombie Killers

Writer: Rick Copp Artist: Mikhail Drujic Colors: Jacinto Guerrero Letters: David Hedgec**k Cover Artist: Sanford Greene Publisher: Ape Entertainment Publication Date: 2010 Format: Full Color – 96 pages Price: $12.95 “The clueless young celebrities that rule Hollywood have a new adversary in town—ravenous cannibal zombies!!! Can our self-absorbed, dumbass celebutants dig down deep enough to emerge as heroes or will …

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Why Horror?

Someone asked me recently why I liked horror movies. They asked me that because they do not. While I can appreciate one’s personal preferences, the question struck me, as I have always liked horror. While I may not have been on this Earth as long as the undead, I have seen many a horror flick in my short time here. …

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Lamberson’s ‘Jake Helman Files’ Series pushes forward with “Desperate Souls”

Author and filmmaker Gregory Lamberson is pressing full steam ahead with his horror novel series “The Jake Helman Files,” which began with his first literary effort, Personal Demons. Medallion Press publishes the second book, Desperate Souls, as a trade paperback October 1st, with two more volumes, Cosmic Forces and Tortured Spirits, completed for 2011 and 21012, respectively. In addition, occult …

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The New England Grimpendium by J.W. Ocker

“If you find your nightmares a bit undernourished or your day trips a bit too sunny, The New England Grimpendium is the guide for you.” Countryman Press (a division of W.W. Norton & Co., New York) is pleased to announce the September 2010 release of the new book, The New England Grimpendium by J.W. Ocker. The New England Grimpendium catalogs hundreds …

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Rue Morgue Cinema codirects new class horror based video

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O8m3dgjsF3E&feature=related[/youtube] The video for The Birthday Massacre’s new single IN THE DARK from their upcoming Pins And Needles album is now live! The video, which they co-directed with founding band member Mike Falcore, is an homage to the horror movies of the 1980s with nods to Legend, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Hellraiser and others. In other Rue Morgue Cinema …

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Film Review: Snowbeast (1977)

SYNOPSIS: “Mystery hangs over the Rill Ski Resort in Colorado after a young skier is found killed by an animal. But no ordinary animal. The Town Sheriff and Naturalists believe it could be a Yeti – the creature that was seen for years in the Colorado Rockies and North Western America. After many other skiers are found dead, Tony Rill …

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Small Men And Tall Women

Possibly the most interesting science fiction film of 1957 was Jack Arnold‘s The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957). After passing through a radioactive cloud while on a motor boat, combined with later exposure to dangerous pesticides, the man begins to decrease in size, slowly at first, and then much faster. By the time he’s a mere three feet tall it’s become …

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Film Review: Slipstream (1989)

SYNOPSIS: “In the future, natural disasters (earthquakes, floods) have ravaged the Earth, leaving the Earth as a world where pockets of communities live within canyons whilst a violent wind known as the Slipstream rules the Earth and the only means of transport are airplanes. Matt Owens is a daredevil adventurer who kidnaps Byron, a fugitive wanted for murder, who is …

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Film Review: Silent Running (1972)

SYNOPSIS: “Freeman Lowell looks after plants in giant space greenhouses. Back on earth, all the trees have long vanished, so Lowell puts a lot of heart into his work. When orders from earth are received to destroy the greenhouses, Lowell can’t go through with it, and cannot persuade his three colleagues to help him save the plants, so he makes …

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Interview: Shane Porteous as Deadly Earnest

Way back in the sixties, way before Elvira, a favourite amongst Australian students was Deadly Earnest, the television schlock horror host on the 0-10 Network. Late on Friday nights, the atrocious old science fiction and horror films became compulsory viewing, solely because of the Gothic Master of Ceremonies. Actors portraying Deadly Earnest were: Ian Bannerman (TEN-10 Sydney); Ralph Baker (ATV-0 …

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Film Review: Sewer Chewer (2010)

SYNOPSIS: “Sewer Chewer is a tribute to the creature features of the seventies and eighties drive-in movies. A space satellite falls to earth and lands in a rural area, radiating the local wildlife into a mutant monster that has a large appetite for humans. An unnamed government agency sends a special agent out to dispose of the satellite and the …

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‘The Haunted Boy’ early purchase gets real Exorcist’s secret diary

 SyFy /SpookedTV has agreed to take pre-orders for The Haunted Boy! If you order now you will get an authentic copy of the real Exorcist’s secret diary, FREE with DVD purchase. This offer is only for the first 1000 DVD’s sold. Ships October 1, 2010. THE HAUNTED BOY, The Secret Diary Of The Exorcist. (DVD/Uncut Edition) Spooked Television Releasing (2010). …

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Film Review: Tales of the Dead (2010)

SYNOPSIS: Five friends gather on Halloween to continue their ritual of telling horror stories. Each one telling a more sinister than the next, unaware of the horror that awaits them on this all Hallows eve. “Less is More”: May has a constant desire to be an amputee. She struggles to cope until a doctor makes her an offer she can’t …

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Film Review: Santa Claus Conquers The Martians (1964)

SYNOPSIS: “Martians, upset that their children have become obsessed with television shows from Earth which promote the virtues of Santa Claus, start an expedition to Earth to kidnap the one and only Santa. While on Earth, they kidnap two lively children that lead the group of Martians to the North Pole and Santa. The Martians then take Santa and the …

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Samurai Jack (TV series)

The nineties was the breakthrough decade for television cartoons. While The Simpsons might have brought some long-overdue respect to prime-time animation, Cartoon Network and Comedy Network viewers are likely to be the only ones to truly realise the extent of the weird and wonderful stuff going on in television animation, since Ren And Stimpy brought gross-out gags, psychological torture and …

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Film Review: Machete (2010)

SYNOPSIS: After being betrayed by the organization who hired him, an ex-Federale launches a brutal rampage of revenge against his former boss. REVIEW: Hey there, Hi there, Ho there, you’re as well….wait a minute. That’s not my intro. That belongs to that f*cking mouse that represents a f*cking corporation that I happen to dislike a bit (Even though I was …

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