Comic Review: THE BERZERK DEATH DEALER

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Over the last few years I’ve grown such a huge admiration for horror comics. It was a genre I wasn’t too familiar with aside from a few TALES FROM THE CRYPT issues that found their way into my chubby hands when I was a kid. For a long time there, it seemed like comics were […]

Review: POKER NIGHT

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Hitting hard and refusing to let go for even a single second, the Greg Francis-helmed POKER NIGHT does what most horror/mystery films strive to do: keep its audience engaged. Told through flashbacks mixed with a present day mystery, the film is a rare gem, one that boasts an ensemble cast that, together, shows you what […]

Serial Killer Thriller POKER NIGHT Hits DVD/Bluray This February!

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If any of you fright fanatics enjoyed our recent interview with POKER NIGHT star Michael Eklund (here), then you’ll be happy to know that XLrator Media is set to unleash the ensemble serial killer thriller onto DVD/Bluray on Feburary 10th under their Macabre label. Focusing on a detective trying to solve a murderous puzzle while […]

Icons of Fright Interview With POKER NIGHT/SEE NO EVIL 2’s Michael Eklund!!

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Michael Eklund has done a hell of a job making a name for himself by playing characters that aren’t easy to forget. His role in the 2011 Xavier Gens’ directed film THE DIVIDE was pure insanity, and he stole the show in 2013’s THE CALL. Not allowing himself to slow down, in between appearing in […]

Debut Teaser For NYC Blackout Thriller DARK Arrives; Exec.Produced By Joe Dante

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Let’s face it, as people, we rely so heavily on technology and especially electricity to get through our daily tasks. I don’t know about you, but when there’s a power outage, most of my tasks fall apart. There also comes a sense of dread in those times, making your mind wonder what’s going on and […]

Movie Review: ERRORS OF THE HUMAN BODY!!

There is something about a film that deals with the desire to redeem one’s self, that really appeals to me. I find it enthralling to sit through a character’s journey to right what was wronged, and the personal discoveries that they must go through to succeed in that. Eron Sheean’s ERRORS OF THE HUMAN BODY […]