Archive | November, 2014

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No Holiday Is Complete Without Themed Horror Movies

With Thanksgiving and Christmas fast approaching film companies are getting ready to release a slew of holiday themed horror films. If you’re like me this is good news. It’s a tradition in my house to watch horror holiday themed movies every year. Here’s a guide to help keep you entertained during the holidays. Thanksgiving Thankskilling (2009) A turkey with […]

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American Revenant: Hometown Exodus

American Revenant: Hometown Exodus by John L. Davis IV is, without a doubt, my favorite zombie book of the year. That’s basically it, all I have to say. I’ll elaborate more, but that’s the take home message. At $0.99 (that’s ninety-nine cents USD) you can’t afford to not own this book if you’re serious about zombie […]

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The Zombies: Volume One

The Zombies: Volume One by Macaulay C. Hunter is another zombie novel that takes the perspective of an unusual demographic — teenagers. “They were six average teenagers . . . until Sombra C. Schools are closed. Thousands of sick people are locked in confinement points to die. Vigilante soldiers are pacing the streets. A mutation of […]

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Movie Review: Shadow Of The Vampire

“Shadow Of The Vampire” (2000) gives an alternative explanation behind the filming of the 1922 vampire film “Nosferatu”. In “Shadow Of The Vampire” the actor who plays the vampire is actually… I won’t spoil it for you. Nosferatu This Independent horror was directed by E. Elias Merhige. The makeup department did an amazing job turning Willem Defoe into […]

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13 Horror Documentaries Every Horror Fan Should See

There is a long list of horror documentaries , so I’ve narrowed it down to a list of the 13 best horror documentaries out there. Enjoy!   The True Story Of The Amityville Horror (2013) This documentary explores the truth behind the real Amityville Horror.   Texas Chainsaw Massacre: A Family Portrait (1988) “A documentary about the classic ‘Texas […]

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World War of the Dead by Eric S. Brown

The basic synopsis of Eric S. Brown’s novel ‘World War of the Dead‘ is simple enough. In World War II the undead and a monster as old as time are brought to our world by a bombing run, and it’s up to 3 men who develop unique powers to stop them. …Okay, so maybe it’s […]

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