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Spoon Fed Horror

Expect more from your entertainment. Don’t be spoon fed. Whether film, literature, music, even video gaming…refuse to be dumbed down. As I move over the half way point in post production for “Death House” I’ve had time to reflect on the film and wonder how it will be received. The latest news on yet another […]

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NEW HORROR-THEMED COMIC ‘BURIAL PLOTS’ COMBINES WEREWOLVES AND MUMMIES

Critically acclaimed writers and producers Chris LaMartina and Jimmy George (‘WNUF Halloween Special’, ‘Call Girl of Cthulhu’ , have teamed up to create BURIAL PLOTS, the first comic to be made and soon released from Baltimore’s Midnight Crew Studios. Inspired by classic comics ‘Tales From The Crypt ‘ and ‘The Witching Hour’, the new horror […]

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Sean Patrick Flanery To Battle Werewolves In Howlers

Boondock Saints actor Sean Patrick Flanery will battle werewolf bikers in the upcoming film Howlers. Flanery will star along side Matthew Tompkins (Sicario), Chelsea Edmundson  (Gangster Squad) and Chad Michael Collins (Sniper: Legacy), who will play Colt, a badass werewolf hunter from the old west. Colt, returns from the grave to battle a blood-thirsty biker […]

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You Must See The Trailer For The Horror-Comedy Bubba The Redneck Werewolf

  In Cracker County, Florida a group of hillbillies are fighting to save their town, Broken Taint, from the forces of evil. It’s a good thing they’ve got Bubba the Redneck Werewolf on their side.     Director Brendan Jackson Rogers delivers this comedic werewolf film starring Malone Thomas, Mitch Hyman, Gary Norris, Sara Humbert, […]

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'Salem's Lot Sucks Like A Good Vampire Movie Should

‘Salem’s Lot Sucks Like A Good Vampire Movie Should

“Barlow! He’s a vampire! He must be destroyed!”  — David Soul, Salem’s Lot That’s a line of dialogue from the cheesy and absolutely fun 1979 mini series, ‘Salem’s Lot. While it comes nowhere near the elegance and terror of the Stephen King novel, it totally avoids the cynicism and emptiness of the 2004 remake with […]

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Cynema in Comedy & Film Finance

I read an article on Markus Persson, the billionaire developer of Minecraft and why the media says he hates being a billionaire: http://recode.net/2015/08/29/minecraft-billionaire-markus-persson-hates-being-a-billionaire/ Now I don’t know how much of this was taken out of context. I would think with that kind of expendable income, I could find a few things to at least occupy […]

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George R. R. Martin’s Skin Trade Being Developed Into A Series

A series is currently in development by Cinemax, based on George R. R. Martin’s novella ‘The Skin Trade’. The award winning ‘Game of Thrones’ author will be serving as an executive producer for the new show. The series will be penned by Kalinda Vazquez (Once Upon a Time), who will also be an executive producer. […]

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Help Bring The Hollywood Horror Museum To Life

There is currently a Kickstarter campaign to help fund the first educational nonprofit museum of it’s kind, The Hollywood Horror Museum. The museum would educate the public on the legacy of horror films, TV, makeup, art, and literature. The museum’s board includes a list of who’s who in horror, Clive Barker, Joe Dante, Tom Holland, Sean […]

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The 90s: Designer Horror

Somewhere in the 80s, someone got the idea that horror should be less frightening and more sexy and trendy. I am not sure where it happened, but a good starting point might be Michael Jackson’s Thriller. The “World Premiere Video” back when MTV aired videos and before its implosion was the thing to see. Director […]

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Cynema: Fright Night or…Why Remake When You Can Retitle?

  Posterwork for the original 1985 “Fright Night” Remaking a film falls under the old adage: “Just because you can do something doesn’t mean you should.” Netflix reviews or more accurately, article comments are dotted with such phrases like: “the film is old” or  “it’s dated.” Better yet, “it’s foreign.” All three signify a concern […]

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