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Psychological Horror Game ‘Someday You’ll Return’ Gets Release Date

Today CBE Software has announced an update about their upcoming story-driven psychological horror game Someday You’ll Return, its release date for PC! Console players don’t have to worry; the game will be coming later in 2020.         Along with the release date comes a new trailer showing more of what players will […]

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MidWest WeirdFest First Wave Announcement Promises Aliens, Monsters, Cryptids, and Demons

MidWest WeirdFest— a cinematic celebration of all things fantastic, frightening, paranormal, and just plain weird — has announced its first programming wave for 2020. The fourth annual installment of the festival takes place March 6–8, 2020 at the Micon Downtown Cinema in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. “MidWest WeirdFest is back with the type of cutting edge […]

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Game Review: ‘Zombie Army 4: Dead War’ Is Way Too Much Fun!

There is no way I can stay calm and professional about this game… Rebellion just took the whole Nazi-Zombie killing genre of gaming to a whole new level of blood splattering Nazi-killing goodness in their latest game Zombie Army 4: Dead War, the latest in their “Zombie Army” franchise.         To put […]

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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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The Verotika Trailer will Melt Your Mind!

Nothing can prepare you for the first NSFW trailer for Glenn Danzig’s blood-drenched, erotic horror Verotika. Danzig makes his directorial debut with the anthology, featuring stories from Danzig’s line of comic books of the same name that often features scantily-clad female protagonists. Alice Tate (The Kominsky Method), Sean Kanan (The Karate Kid Part III), Caroline Williams (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre […]

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Blu-ray Review: House by the Cemetery (1981)

Hot shot New York City doctor Norman Boyle (Paolo Malco) takes over the investigation of a historical home down Massachusetts way started by his pal Dr. Petersen, who just so happens to have offed himself after making his mistress extinct. I certainly hope the former owner of the house had nothing to do with all […]

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Movie Reviews (Horror-on-Sea Film Festival): The Barge People, The Psychics, Blood Tulips

U.K. shocker The Barge People is director Charlie Steed’s follow-up to his 2017 gorefest Escape from Cannibal Farm. In this new offering, Steed takes the basic premise for the original 1977 version of The Hills Have Eyes, moves the vacation location to British countryside canals, and adds some cool-looking monsters to the mix. The result […]

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Movie Review: A Stranger Among the Living

Henry (Jake Milton) would rather spend his time in the limelight than enriching young minds. To that end, he plays hooky from work to go on an audition an inadvertently initiates Operation: Save Ass as a student goes hog wild shooting up the school. Soon, ol’ Hank makes like Haley Joel circa ’99 and seeing […]

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‘Moons Of Madness’ Coming To Console

Funcom’s first-person Lovecraftian horror set on Mars, Moons of Madness will be coming to consoles after its successful launch on PC back in October. The game’s developer, Rock Pocket Games delayed the console launch so that they will optimize the game for PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.         Moons of Madness takes […]

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Final Girls Berlin Film Festival Preview: Killers, Thrillers, and Chillers of All Stripes Are on Tap

The fifth edition of Final Girls Berlin Film Festival takes place February 6–9, 2020 at City Kino Wedding as the fest continues to raise the bar by showcasing horror movies written, directed, and/or produced by women and nonbinary filmmakers. Festival codirector Eli Lewy calls this year’s festival edition the “most expansive and international yet, presenting a […]

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