Archive | Serial Killers


Charles Manson Docuseries “Helter Skelter” On The Way From Epix

The public’s interest in serial killers continues to drive studios to create new documentaries. The latest is Epix’s “Helter Skelter” which is set to debut this June. . The six-part series will take an in-depth look into “the story of how Charles Manson and his cult terrorized California in the late 1960s and early 1970s.” […]

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Movie Reviews (Arrow Video FrightFest Glasgow): A Ghost Waits; Anderson Falls

A Ghost Waits Horror cinema has had a strong track record in the past couple of years of introducing stunning debuts from first-time feature filmmakers. Add writer/director Adam Stovall to that list with his winning entry A Ghost Waits, a black-and-white offering that delivers chilling moments (the third act contains a scene that may go […]

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4-More B-Movies You Can Watch On YouTube Right Now!

With more people having to stay home, why keep it boring? Turn off the lights, get a snack, and get comfy for some more B-movie mayhem!     The Crater Lake Monster (1977)       After a meteor crashes in a lake, a prehistoric monster emerges from the waters and attacks at random. The […]

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Who Is The Ultimate Slashstreet Boy?

In case you haven’t heard, there’s been a new boy band in town called The Slashstreet Boys, and they’re exactly what they sound like, slashers, well, famous Hollywood slashers that we all love. The YouTube channel The Merkins is home to the Slashstreet Boys who do parodies of songs by The Backstreet Boys but keep […]

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MidWest WeirdFest Announces a Festival Lineup Filled with Monsters, UFOs, and the Supernatural:

The cinematic celebration of all things fantastic, frightening, paranormal, and just plain weird known as MidWest WeirdFest returns to the Micon Downtown Cinema in Eau Claire from March 6-8 for its fourth edition. Fans of narrative horror films, documentaries of the supernatural and unexplained, and offbeat, unusual film fare will find much to celebrate about […]

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Jeffrey Dean Morgan Hunts A Serial Killer In ‘The Postcard Killings’ Trailer

    “Walking Dead” actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan stars alongside Famke Janssen (Hause on Haunted Hill) in The Postcard Killings, the film adaptation of the best-selling book by James Patterson and Liza Marklund. In the trailer, we meet a troubled detective on the hunt for a twisted serial killer. NYPD Detective Jacob Kanon (Morgan), whose […]

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Amazon Adapting Meg Gardiner’s ‘The Dark Corners Of The Night’

Ahead of being published on February 18th, Meg Gardiner‘s novel The Dark Corners of the Night, the third book in a series, has already been picked up for a series adaptation with Amazon Studios acquiring the rights earlier this week, according to Deadline. “The first book, UNSUB, follows a female detective on the trail of […]

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Movie Reviews (Horror-on-Sea Film Festival): Day of the Stranger; Millennial Killer; One Must Fall

Day of the Stranger Fans of Weird West films (such as Billy the Kid Versus Dracula [1966] and Curse of the Undead [1959]) and psychedelic westerns (for example, High Plains Drifter [1970]) should find plenty to enjoy in ultralow-budget U.K. outing Day of the Stranger. Advertised as “the only British guerilla-shot acid western ever made,” […]

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Movie Reviews (Horror-on-Sea Film Festival): Horror Shorts — Lonnie Knutsengripper: Man, Myth and Movies; Off Fleek; The Pit; and Shredders

Lonnie Knutsengripper: Man, Myth and Movies This U.K. comedy focuses on Lonnie Knutsengripper, the fictitious, hard-drinking American producer and director of more than 300 “classic” horror films. He reminisces about two films that he made in England: Interred (1982) and its sequel, the Sh–house Strangler (1990). In the first film, a maniac flushes hapless victims […]

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