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DVD Review: Hosts (2020)

Ahh, the ho-ho-holidays, a time of gift givin’, merry makin’, and eating tons of fucking food. Speaking of which, that is precisely what’s on the agenda for Jack (Neal Ward) and Lucy (Samantha Loxley); a sickeningly in-love young couple who are set to have a nice meal with their neighbors Michael (Frank Jakeman), Cassie (Jennifer […]

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Supernatural’s Mark Pellegrino Teams Up With Lawyer For New Docuseries

    Mark Pellegrino, who is most known for his lead role as ‘Lucifer’ in the CW series “Supernatural,” in addition to his lead roles in “13 Reason’s Why,” “Dexter,” and “Lost,” has teamed up with internet attorney Andrew Rossow to launch a campaign for “The Guardian Project,” a new reality docu-series. “The Guardian Project” is a […]

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‘Arkham Horror: Mother’s Embrace’ Coming 2021

Fans of the popular tabletop RPG game series “Arkham Horror” will be happy to hear that their favorite characters are coming to life in Asmodee Digital’s video game, Arkham Horror: Mother’s Embrace.         Set in a 1926 Lovecraftian world, players are tasked with solving the brutal murder of an Astronomy professor in […]

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Blu-ray Review: Ghost Ship (2002)

Back in 1962, pleasure cruise ship the Antonia Graza has nearly it’s entire occupancy scissored in two by a seemingly freak accident involving a broken cable. Flash forward to the modern age, and a group of rough n’ tumble salvagers lead by the no-bullshit Murphy (Gabriel Byrne) catch wind of the ship just floatin’ out […]

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Short Film Review: #NotAllGhosts (2020)

A woman (Amy Ciupek) debates how to eject the toxic dude in her life which isn’t going to be easy considering he’s a rather nasty tempered, abusive, ghost! Filmed with the new Optical Radiance technology that makes film color look vintage without any post-production color correction (read more about the process right here), #NotAllGhosts looks […]

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Movie Review: The Pale Door

The Pale Door is an independent, low-budget effort that strives to pull off a western/horror movie mashup successfully. Although its budgetary limitations often show seams and its western film tropes are plentiful, the film from director Aaron B. Koontz (Camera Obscura and a segment in Scare Package) is an ultimately fun effort boasting impressive practical […]

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Blu-ray Review: Tales From the Darkside: The Movie (1990)

Scream Factory is set to release the fearsome feature version of beloved arcane anthology program Tales From the Darkside, and I have had a chance to feast my eerie eyeballs upon it. So as I literally always do, here’s a revoltin’ review! Tales From the Darkside begins with it’s wrap-around segment; the story of a […]

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Blu-ray Review: The Wretched (2019)

Ol’ Ben (John-Paul Howard) is travelling the bumpy-ass road of adolescence and seemingly hitting every pothole; to wit: his parents are separated, he has no wheels, and he’s busting ass working a lame job at the local marina… oh, and he has to deal with being the only one that knows some ancient evil or […]

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Travel Channel’s New Series “Shock Docs” Explores America’s True Horror Stories

Travel Channel is gearing up to release the new “Shock Docs,” a new series of two-hour special premiering this September that explores America’s true horror stories. The First of the Specials – ‘Devil’s Road: The True Story of Ed and Lorraine Warren’ Premieres Monday, September 7 at 9 p.m. ET/PT  Travel Channel journeys back to […]

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