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Film Review: [REC] (2007)

SYNOPSIS: Trapped in a quarantined Barcelona apartment building with residents, firefighters and a growing horde of ravenous zombies, television reporter Angela (Manuela Velasco) and her cameraman, Pablo, record brutal deaths and terrifying events while trying to stay alive. Filmed entirely from unseen Pablo’s point of view, this tension-filled Spanish horror film thrills viewers with its aggressive action. Paco Plaza and …

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Film Review: The Nun (2018)

SYNOPSIS:: A priest with a haunted past and a novice on the threshold of her final vows are sent by the Vatican to investigate the death of a young nun in Romania and confront a malevolent force in the form of a demonic nun. REVIEW: Coming out of the gate as the proclaimed scariest film of 2018, “The Nun” is …

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Film Review: Be My Gallows (short film) (2018)

REVIEW: More short films, kiddies! Today we have BE MY GALLOWS, a short film written and directed by  Prasanna Paul. Man, don’t you hate working that closing shift? The last hour is usually dead, so no tips, and then some jerk has to wander in five minutes before you can lock the door and wants to order half the menu? …

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NEW POSTER + Trailer: I STILL SEE YOU, Starring Bella Thorne

I STILL SEE YOU STARRING BELLA THORNE, DERMOT MULRONEY AND RICHARD HARMON   *AVAILABLE IN THEATERS AND ON DEMAND OCTOBER 12TH* SYNOPSIS Bella Thorne stars in this spellbinding and romantic supernatural thriller. Ten years after an apocalyptic event left the world haunted by ghosts, Roni (Thorne) receives a threatening message from beyond the grave. Joining forces with a mysterious classmate, …

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First Look at Human Hibachi

First Look at Human Hibachi Footage of a Japanese man documenting his girlfriends birthday. What he catches on film is the most vile, horrifying human acts imaginable. Mario Cerrito III owner of Cerrito Productions is releasing some stills to his new horror project a documentary styled film titled HUMAN HIBACHI.

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Book Review: The Source – Author Luthaneal Adams

The Source Book One Hidden Things By Luthaneal Adams 332 Pages “An ancient curse stretches across the centuries, corrupting the lives of all it touches, drawing the forces of good and evil into a struggle to control its terrible power. A devil, a sorcerer, a serial killer, an Oxford scholar and a wayward professor-all unknowingly bound together across time, by …

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Book Review: The Frightfest Guide to Ghost Movies

Just when you thought that you were all stocked up for the winter with horror books awaiting your attention, that great printing house publisher FAB Press delivers another compelling entree worthy of your attention. Those who have collected the first 2 volumes of FrightFest which include: The Frightfest Guide to Exploitation Movies and the The Frightfest Guide to Monster Movies …

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Film Review: Don’t Look Up (Joyu-Rei) – (1996)

SYNOPSIS: A feature film director and his crew begin to question their debut production when the spirit of a murdered actress possesses a celluloid reel. REVIEW: Director: Hideo Nakata Cast: Yûrei Yanagi, Yasuyo Shiroshima, Kei Ishibashi, Ren Osugi, Takanori Kikuchi, Reita Serizawa. The Examination: Kindergarten Ghost Story. Japanese director Hideo Nakata achieved a degree of fame with Ringu, and he establishes his …

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Return of Fear Haus – Twisted and macabre web series Highlighting the Eeriest films found around the World

The long-awaited release of the newest Fear Haus episodes has arrived, with a new episode release every Wednesday. This all comes just months after their self-proclaimed “Fear Week” where selected “Fear Makers” gathered at Moonshine Post-Production in Atlanta (AKA “Fear Haus Headquarters) to create 30 episodes over the course of one week. From beginning to end, hostess Blair Bathory introduces …

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New Graphic Novel Explores the Murderous Bender Family of Southeast Kansas

Michael and D.A. Frizell and Oghma Creative Media are proud to announce the release of Bender: The Complete Saga. The 174-page graphic novel explores the true story of a family of serial killers who prey on unwary travelers moving west in the wake of the Civil War. Outside the sleepy hamlet of Cherryvale, Kansas, the Bender Inn greets weary travelers. …

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Film Review: Chimera (2018)

SYNOPSIS: A brilliant but disturbed scientist freezes his children alive, while he races to cure their deadly genetic disease by decoding the DNA of the immortal Turritopsis jellyfish. REVIEW: Chimera is the first feature film from Writer/director Maurice Haeems, who is fascinated with science fiction and themes of immortality. The film stars Henry Ian Cusick, who I remember fondly from …

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Interview: Thom Mathews

From Pitching Tostito’s to Dealing With a Might Perturbed Jason Vorhees and a Zombie Tussle, the Unique Ride to Horror Movie Fame of Thom Mathews I must make an honest admission before I begin this piece. I was late to warm to the slasher rage taking over the 80s. Sure, I was bowled over by Carpenter’s initial 1978 sojourn Halloween, …

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Epic Pictures Preps 3 New Dread Presents “Double Feature” Collector’s Edition Blu-Rays! 

Epic Pictures Preps 3 New Dread Presents “Double Feature” Collector’s Edition Blu-Rays!  Following the success of the Blu-Ray collector’s editions for THE LODGERS, TERRIFIER, DIRECTOR’S CUT and TO HELL AND BACK: THE KANE HODDER STORY, Epic Pictures’ all horror label Dread Central Presents has prepped the next three releases in their numbered collection, and genre fans will be getting double what …

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