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    Review: Lou Simon’s 3

    I always say that horror is probably the most all-encompassing genre of film in the industry. There are so many different flavors and levels of terror that you could literally watch a different subgenre every day of the month and still have time to find something new. Aliens. Slashers. Ghosts. Zombies. Torture Porn. Usually the […]

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    Jackals (Review)

    Home invasion movies can be either one of two things, extraordinarily boring or downright terrifying, They’re not easy to pull off. In less capable hands, “looming danger” can just mean a bunch of characters looking around at nothing. All that then usually comes to a head in the last 15 minutes of the movie where […]

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    Breaking Glass Pictures Unleashes “The Suffering” to Amazon Video.

    A man fights for his sanity when he finds himself trapped on a rural farm inhabited by sinister beings overseen by a mysterious caretaker. The Suffering is directed by Robert Hamilton (Key, The Patient) based on the screenplay he wrote with executive producer Marco Scola (Project X, “Blue Mountain State”). This horror thriller features cinematography from David […]

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    Invasion on Chestnut Ridge Takes Over DVD, Amazon Video, and The Canton Palace Theatre.

    WHERE MONSTERS DWELL New movie highlighting strange happenings in Pennsylvania mountains launches on DVD and Amazon today Aliens. Hair-covered beasts. Mysterious lights in the forest. Giant birds. What do they all have in common? A new documentary film makes the case that a mountain range in Southwestern Pennsylvania is their home. The film, titled Invasion […]

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    2017 Screamfest Horror Film Festival Award Winners Announced!

    2017 SCREAMFEST HORROR FILM FESTIVAL AWARDS ANNOUNCED “TIGERS ARE NOT AFRAID” & “THE LAPACE’S DEMON” Among Top Winners Marianne Maddalena Honored with Career Achievement Award HOLLYWOOD, Calif. – Oct. 20, 2017 – America’s largest and longest running horror movie festival, Screamfest, awarded this year’s top movies, filmmakers and actors Thursday during the fest’s closing night. […]

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    Tony Todd, Charlene Amoia Will Live-Evil This October!

    TONY TODD, CHARLENE AMOIA WILL LIVE-EVIL THIS OCTOBER! Do the ‘monster mash’ this Halloween with the home entertainment premiere of horror-comedy Live-Evil, starring Vladimir Kulich (TV’s Vikings), Charlene Amoia (TV’s How I Met Your Mother) and horror icon Tony Todd (Candyman, #FromJennifer). ‘’Ghostbusters meets Dawn of the Dead caught in the Twilight Zone’’ (Nerdly) in […]

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    Leatherface (Review)

    Full disclosure, I love the Texas Chainsaw franchise. Yes, even the bad ones. I fell in love with the original at a young age. Around that same time, Texas Chainsaw Massacre The Next Generation was finally coming out. So there was this movie that I loved and it had a sequel coming out that featured […]

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    Wrestlemassacre (Crowd Funding)

    WRESTLEMASSACRE follows Randy, an awkward groundskeeper who is obsessed with professional wrestling. Longing for a sense of belonging with grandiose dreams of becoming a wrestling superstar, Randy is only met with abject humiliation and alienation. A brutal shaming at a local wrestling school coupled with a bizarre encounter with a demonic stranger pushes Randy over […]

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    Frank and Zed (Crowd Funding)

    Synopsis Frank & Zed is the 100% puppet horror monster movie that lives up to that premise. Done with the attention to detail and world building of the Dark Crystal and the mad mayhem and glee of Meet the Feebles (the only other two features done with this method). It stars two classic monsters, Frank […]

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    Blu Review – Beyond the Darkness

    Director – Joe D’Amato (The Devil’s Wedding Night, Sexy Night of the Living Dead) Starring – Kieran Canter (Deep Thoughts, The Lonely Lady)m, Cinzia Monreale (The Beyond, The Sweet House of Horrors), and Franca Stoppi (The Other Hell, Caged Woman) Release Date – 1979 Rating – 4/5 Blu Release – 4/5 Way back when I […]

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    NIGHTMARES REVEALS “GAGS” AS SECRET TITLE

    It’s clear Nightmares Film Festival (Oct. 19 to 22) wasn’t clowning around. As the “Cannes of horror” prepares to open its 2017 edition, it has unmasked its Friday, 4 p.m. secret screening title to reveal the sure-to-create-a-frenzy “Gags,” the feature based on the viral phenomenon short accused of creating the “clown roaming” craze that gripped the U.S. for […]

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    Review: Bobbin Ramsey’s DEAD BODY

    Dead Body had my attention when the press release mentioned it was a whodunit murder mystery. I was quite interested in watching it and the movie gods have smiled upon me once again. To me, there’s something so classical about this subgenre of horror and I was invigorated to see it make a return in […]

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    Review: Adrian Corona’s DIS

    DIS stars Bill Oberst Jr., who is without a doubt one of the hardest working men in the horror and science fiction genres. In our correspondence, he mentioned that DIS is far from family friendly and “one of the strangest projects” he’s ever been a part of. The feature film – written, directed and produced […]

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    Breaking: Cult Italian Director Umberto Lenzi Has Passed Away.

    Sources in foreign territories are currently reporting that cult director Umberto Lenzi has passed away at age 86. Since US outlets are currently unmanned, no details are confirmed at this point. I’ll be sure to keep readers updated as this unfortunate death becomes more public. Regardless, what a terrible tragedy during the biggest month for […]

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    NYC Horror Film Fest Announces “3” As Opening Night Presentation.

    New York City Horror Film Festival Announces “3” as Their Opening Night Feature Presentation. (New York, NY) – October 19th, 2017. The New York City Horror Film Festival is excited to announce the distinguished presence of writer-director Lou Simon and actress Aniela McGuinness​ of the revenge thriller “3” at their Opening Night screening on October […]

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    Bag Boy Lover Boy (Review)

    Director – Andres Torres (Castles in the Sky) Starring – Theodore Bouloukos (Hell House LLC, The Penny Dreadful Picture Show), Jon Wachter, Kathy Biehl (Kids Get Dead 2: The Kids Get Deader) Release Date – 2014 Rating – 4/5 I’ve mentioned before how I get movies in to review and I have no idea what […]

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    Review: Joshua Shreve’s Talon Falls

    Big brute killers are a mainstay in horror. A gigantic, mammoth of a man already puts potential victims at a tremendous disadvantage. As a viewer, heavy stature alone gives the impression that you’re going to be treated to a brutal throw-down that includes bone breaking and face smashing. Look how franchises like Friday the 13th […]