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Steven Lanthripp’s Short Film ‘The Last Dinner’

Writer, actor, director Steven Landthripp has a cool Indie short film to share with the world titled ‘The Last Dinner’. You may not realize it, but odds are you have seen Steven Lanthripp on TV or in a movie He has been in many titles, including shows like: ‘Workaholics’, ‘Arrested Development’,  ‘Parks and Recreations’  and […]

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‘Innocence’ Adapted Form The Book By Jane Mendelsohn

Sixteen year old Beckett (Sophie Curtis) and her father novelist Miles Warner (Linus Roache), have moved to Manhattan after the death of her mother. Beckett’s depression and hallucinations have become more severe after starting at an exclusive high school. The strange disappearances and deaths of her fellow students lead Beckett to discover that her school […]

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Chad Archibald’s Supernatural Horror ‘The Drownsman’

Madison (Michelle Mylett) has developed a severe case of hydrophobia (fear of water) after  almost drowning. Madison’s fears soon manifest into terrible visions of an evil figure (Ry Barrett). Four of Madison’s friends (played by Caroline Palmer, Gemma Bird Matheson, Sydney Kondruss and Clare Bastable) have come together to try to find a way to […]

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Game Review Aliens : Colonial Marines (2013)

Game Review Aliens : Colonial Marines (2013)

Title : Aliens : Colonial Marines Publisher : SEGA Developer : Gearbox Software (title was originally developed by TimeGate Studios) Genre : First Person Shooter Players : 1-2 (co-op) 2-12 (online multiplayer) Release Date : February 12th 2013 Platform’s : Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Windows   With news this week of the next installment […]

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Benton: A Zombie Novel Vol. One

Aside: In honor of Women in Horror Month I will be reviewing a book or comic written by female authors or which prominently featuring female characters for each Monday in the month of February. There are plenty! This spotlight for female writers/characters in books and comics will be in addition to each of the Women in Horror […]

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Women In Horror Month: Cassandra Peterson, Elvira ‘Mistress Of The Dark’

Late one night when I was twelve and up past curfew, I was channel surfing when I found reruns of  this cheesy horror movie (I was already a horror addict by that point), suddenly this divine creature in a skin tight black dress came across the screen, Elvira, I was fascinated. Over the years my […]

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A Look At The Web Series ‘Adult Wednesday Addams’

  Wednesday, the daughter of Gomez and Morticia Addams, is a name we all recognize. The girl with a morbid obsession, with pigtails and dressed in black, is a true horror icon. We’ve all wondered what Wednesday would be like all grown up, now the webs series ‘Adult Wednesday Addams’ shows us the lady she has become. […]

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Will ‘Tales Of Halloween’ Be A Trick Or A Treat?

On Halloween night ghosts, imps, ax murderers and all sorts of nasty things come out terrorize the residents of a sleepy suburb. ‘Tales of Halloween’ is an anthology made of ten segments, by eleven directors, that are linked by a common event. Sam Witwer (Being Human) stars in ‘Tales of Halloween’ along with ‘Heroes’ star Greg […]

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