Archive | Holiday Horror


Light Up Your Costumes With Masks From Mask Frenzy

This pandemic won’t last forever, and when it’s over you’ll be sure as pumpkin spice and candy corn that there will be awesome Halloween parties again! So how can you stand out at these parties? Well maybe add some “WOW” to your costume with a mask from Mask Frenzy! I have to give a big […]

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Finland’s New Holiday Horror Film Will Give You ‘The Creeps’ This December

    Horror, action, and comedy meet in The Creeps, from writer-director Marko Mäkilaakso (Sorjonen, War of the Dead, It Cape from the Desert) set to begin filming this March in  Kajawood, Vuokatti, as well as in Jyväskylä, Finland.   Produced by Black Lion Pictures and Frozen Flam Pictures, The Creeps stars Hollywood legend Christopher Lambert (Highlander, Greystoke, Mortal Kombat), and  Chris Cavalier (Hidden Figures, Teenage Bounty Hunters) along […]

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Reading ‘We Bleed Red & Green: 12 Chilling Tales For Christmas’ Needs To Be Your New Christmas Tradition (Review)

Merry Christmas, everyone! I love the ever-growing genre of Holiday Horror and Jeff C. Carter has added a brand new collection of short stories to the holiday horror world. His collection We Bleed Red and Green is not ONLY a short story collection, but a unique, fun, gory, original collection of stories, poetry, parodies, coded […]

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Holiday Horror Anthology ’13 Slays Till X-Mas’ Now Available To Pre-Order!

    Listen up horror fans, Bloodmoon Pictures has just announced that the holiday horror anthology 13 Slays Till X-Mas is now on pre-sale! Get your Blu-ray or grab a special signed copy today!     13 Slays Till X-Mas is set on December 24th, Christmas Eve, with five seemingly random men who are invited […]

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Santa Has An Ax To Grind This Christmas In The Trailer & Clip From ‘Slayed’

      Jim Klock‘s holiday horror film Slayed is arriving just in time for Christmas on Digital! Ahead of its debut, we’ve been gifted with not only the film’s official trailer to share with you, but we’ve also got a new, exclusive clip too!     Described as a cross between Texas Chainsaw Massacre […]

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Shudder Gifting Subscribers With ‘A Creepshow Holiday Special’

    Shudder, the streaming service for all your horror needs is giving fans a real treat just in time for Christmas, A Creepshow Holiday Special!   Starring Anna Camp (Pitch Perfect) and Adam Pally (“The Mindy Project”) the holiday horror special about a killer on the loose is directed by none other than Greg […]

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Halloween Horror ‘Black Pumpkin’ Out This December

    Thanks to the delays due to Covid, genre fans are continuing to see Halloween movies be released, not that we are complaining. Festival favorite Black Pumpkin happens to be one of those movies, but this December it’s heading home.   “On October 31, 2018, two preteens in a small town accidentally awaken an evil that has […]

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Arrow Video Announces December Lineup For Streaming Service

    Arrow Video has just announced their December lineup of new releases on their streaming service that features cult classics, hidden gems, and iconic horror films.   Beginning December 1st with the debut of The Bloodhound, a hauntingly atmospheric tale from first-time feature director Patrick Picard, starring Liam Aiken (A Series of Unfortunate Events), […]

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Movie Review: Deathcember (2019)

The latest horror anthology to hit the sinister scene, Deathcember, presents to us a literal arcane avalanche of terror tales (presented via an advent calendar wrap-around), most with a Christmas theme… and let me tell ya; this is one wicked whopper of a fright flick as it clocks in at an oh so brief two […]

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Movie Review: It Cuts Deep

Writer/director Nicholas Santos’ horror comedy It Cuts Deep is an odd feature that should appeal to viewers interested in offbeat, awkward comedy movies and slasher film completists. Other viewers may find themselves perplexed. Why Ashley (Quinn Jackson) and her boyfriend Sam (Charles Gould) are together is the first mystery of the film, and why Ashley […]

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