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    Classic Horror Trailers: RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD!

    While Romero’s DAY OF THE DEAD sits firmly in place as my favorite zombie film of all time, it’s not necessarily the most fun you’ll have when wanting  something of a mix between horror and humor. The perfect film for that has been and will always be (in my opinion) Dan O’Bannon’s 1985 horror classic […]

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    New Book Focusing On Career Of Dario Argento, THE ARGENTO SYNDROME Now Out, LA Signing In May!

    When it comes to reading  books on any of the filmmakers that have help shaped the genre that I love so dearly, if you’re like me, the more interviews with the creative people involved in said filmmaker’s career, the better. I love reading about the stories, the wins, the losses and everything in between, and […]

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    Friday the 13th’s Jason Voorhees can’t handle this modern world. We love this!

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    90′S HORROR KID TV SPOTLIGHT: GRAVEDALE HIGH

    (Author’s Note: This is part of an ongoing series where BJ Colangelo takes a trip down memory lane and talks about the kid friendly horror TV shows from the 1990s/early 2000s that helped shape her into the horror loving fangirl she is today.) Before MONSTER HIGH dolls dominated the world of girl’s toys, there were […]

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    TV Review: FROM DUSK TILL DAWN:The Series (Episode Six: “Place of Dead Roads”)

      *As with the rest of the episode recaps for FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: The Series, this will have many spoilers in it, so if you’d rather not know exactly what happened without seeing it first, you’ve been warned. Sorry folks, it’s been one hell of a crazy week, which explains why this recap of […]

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Natty’s FIVE FILMS TO GET YOUR GUESTS TO LEAVE!

Right about now, you are probably wondering what this is all about. Yes, you read the title right. Sometimes, all it takes is a few minutes into a horrendous film to get any friends in your home to want to get as far away from your home as possible. This is the part where the […]

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Icons’ Guide To Must Own RECORD STORE DAY ’14 Releases!

The celebratory day of vinyl is upon us once more: RECORD STORE DAY 2014 is packed with some groovy releases from soundtrack kings Death Waltz Records, One Way Static, Mondo, and more! We’ve assembled a list of all the records you should be seeking out tomorrow, so check those out below! THE LAST HOUSE ON […]

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Beyond Fright Review: DEVIL’S KNOT

It’s never easy to separate the truth from fiction, or at times, understand why some biopic films make the decision to focus on the wrong individuals instead of the people whose lives were truly affected. While the film itself is somewhat well done in the whole scheme of filmmaking and is an effective court-drama, DEVIL’S […]

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Wow! SINISTER 2 Finds Its Director in CITADEL’s Ciaran Foy!!

Breaking news that I, for one, am stoked as hell on. SINISTER/the upcoming DELIVER US FROM EVIL director Scott Derrickson announced, via Twitter, today that the soon coming SINISTER 2 has officially found its director in Irish filmmaker Ciaran Foy. Foy shocked a lot of viewers with his powerful and intense 2012 film CITADEL, and […]

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Edward Furlong/Monica Kenna-led Apocalypse Thriller AFTERMATH Hitting VOD/Theaters This July!

RLJ/Image Entertainment is set to release Peter Engert’s apocalyptic outbreak film AFTERMATH to limited theaters and VOD on July 18th, and we were sent the poster and a couple of stills from the film, which features on-again/off-again/sometimes restraining ordered against each other couple Edward Furlong (T2: JUDGMENT DAY, the NIGHT OF THE DEMONS remake) and […]

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Debut Trailer Takes You Into Eli Roth’s THE GREEN INFERNO!

After making the festival rounds last year which led to its acquisition by Open Road Films, Eli Roth’s Italian cannibal throwback THE GREEN INFERNO, is finally making its way into theaters nationwide. It seems Roth’s latest has divided nearly all who’ve gotten a chance to see it into a ‘love it or hate it’ camp, […]

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Review: DEATH DO US PART

  Group of people head to a cabin. They start to die one by one. We’ve seen this time and time again, and sometimes, we’ve seen it done by people who know how to create tension, suspense and a story that engages you enough, that you let the stereotypical slasher setups slide because you’re focused […]