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18 November

Cameron Roubique

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A review by Dr. Michelle Conty  More fun than a barrel of body parts, Cameron Roubique’sfully Independent books “Disco Deathtrap” and “Kill River,” deliver the fun ofScooby-Doo with the blood of a good slasher flick; the only thing lacking isKane Hodder’s looming shadow. Oh, wait, there it is.  While zipping through

16 November

"The Demon Author" - Dan Dillard Interview

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By Dr. Michelle Conty  -Dan Dillard has become knownin the independent horror circles as “The Demon Author,” an allusion to thedemons in his stories. Typical of many horror writers, he is a mild-mannered,family man.  Originally from Connecticut,Dan served six years in the Navy before settling with his wife and twodaughters

16 November

Holliston-Part 1-Graphic Novel Review

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by Dr. Michelle ContyAdam Green’s semi-autobiographical television series has been turned into a graphic novel. In the story, main characters wannabe filmmakers Adam and Joe desperately want to throw a big Halloween party, it’s THEIR Christmas after all, but they don’t have any money.  As the pair walk home after shooting

21 October

Thrill The World - October 28th

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Thrill The World October 28th!Halloween is one of the most important days of the year for horror fans.  And "Thriller" is one of the most important music videos for horror fans.  ... Combine these together and you have a worldwide event in the making.  "Thrill The World" is a day

21 October

Here's to another Year of Fear

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Ama Lea delivers two blood-red horror-themed calendars for guys and dolls alike Back in 2016, L.A. based celebrity photographer, fashion designer and filmmaker Ama Lea came up with with a pretty odd question: What if all those beloved killer characters you know from your favorite slasher films were to be

21 October

Meg Gets a New Title ... Sorta ...

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Warner Bros. Pictures has retitled Jon Turteltaub‘s (National Treasure) prehistoric shark thriller Meg to The Meg.Starring are Jason Statham (Spy, Furious 7, The Expendables films) and award-winning Chinese actress Li Bingbing (Transformers: Age of Extinction, Forbidden Kingdom, The Message).“A deep-sea submersible—part of an international undersea observation program—has been attacked by a massive creature, previously thought to be extinct, and now lies disabled

18 October

Lore Interview With Aaron Mahnke

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Lore: Truth Is Stranger Than FictionInterview With Aaron Mahnkeby Jessica DwyerIf you haven't heard of the podcast known as Lore, it's time to rectify that right now. Lore is a history lesson and horror tale combined. It's hard to describe but I'll try anyway. Lore is the brainchild of writer Aaron

18 October

Dead Body Now on VOD

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As the witching hour approaches, Terror Films is unveiling the official poster and trailer for the nerve rattling indie horror Dead Body! The film hits digital platforms on Tuesday, October 17. The movie has a large cast of characters. Dead Body stars: Spencer Hamp, Cooper Hopkins, Nathan Pringle, Jay Myers, Leah

18 October

Nightmares Film Festival Announces Schedule

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Columbus, OH – In just two years, Nightmares Film Festival (Oct. 19 to 22) has become a must-attend festival for horror fans and press, and a must-screen festival for filmmakers looking for a platform that will put them immediately on the genre industry radar.Nowhere has that been made clearer than

16 October

High on the Hog Releases Trailer

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Kevin Lockhart, writer and executive producer, will soon be releasing his first feature film High on the Hog, starring horror film icon Sid Haig (The Devil’s Rejects, House of 1000 Corpses, Jackie Brown, Kill Bill: Vol 2) and directed by Tony Wash (It’s My Party and I’ll Die if I

16 October

Disco Deathtrap and Kill River - Book Reviews

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by Dr. Michelle ContyMore fun than a barrel of body parts, Cameron Roublique’sfully Independent books “Disco Deathtrap” and “Kill River,” deliver the fun ofScooby-Doo with the blood of a good slasher flick; the only thing lacking isKane Hodder’s looming shadow ... oh, wait, there it is!While zipping through the vendor

13 October

DEAD ANT Premieres at Screamfest

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DEAD ANT had its World Premiere on Tuesday, October 10, 2017 at the Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, California at the Screamfest Horror Film Festival. In attendance from the film were Tom Arnold (Sons of Anarchy, True Lies), Jake Busey (The Predator, From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series), Rhys Coiro (Texas Rising, Entourage), Leisha Hailey (The L Word, Bosch), Danny Woodburn  (Bones, Teenage Mutant

13 October

Better Watch Out - Review

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Review by Audery LaneThe holidays ... a time of year that brings joy and dread to millions.  If you are like me you enjoy this time more when it's a little darker, a little bloodier and a little more shocking.  Better Watch Out delivers on all those elements and does

9 October

Horrible Kids Series 2

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Like most children of the '80s , I am a big fan of the Garbage Pail Kids, the gross-out Cabbage Patch Kids parody featuring cartoonish children in all sorts of outlandish (and gross) situations. New Garbage Pail Kids sets have been released by Topps on a regular basis leading to a new-found

9 October

Interview with Screamfest's Rachel Belofsky

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The largest and longest running horror film festival, Screamfest, kicks off October 10 at the TCL Chinese 6 Theatres in Hollywood, California.  Founded in 2001 by film producers Rachel Belofsky and Ross Martin, Screamfest strives to showcase filmmakers and writers in the horror and sci-fi genres.  Many significant horror titles

9 October

The Blackwell Ghost - Review

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review by Brian NapierTo believe in ghosts or not, that is the question isn’t it? Asa scientist and natural skeptic, I always approach films like this calling“bullshit” before the opening credits. However, The Blackwell Ghostgot me to stop and ask, maybe? Shot in a documentary-style, Blackwell used the mundane and subtle

5 October

Ash vs Evil Dead Returns to TV in February

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New York Comic Con is under way and Ash vs Evil Dead has made a major presence at of the show! Fans of the gory series were confused when AvED wasn't promoted at San Diego Comic Con earlier in the summer (nor had press panels) – and since the show

5 October

H2F2 Ranked Among the Best

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The HorrorHound Film Festival (or H2F2, if you will), received some fantastic news from Film Freeway today. We always strive to give filmmakers the best experience possible at our film fests and love hearing feedback – so we are honred to be considered among the best for September!FF wrote, "Dear

29 September

October Movie Screening Challenge

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October is upon us – and I have been summoned by our online fiends to produce another month-long movie challenge – for the third year in a row, we present a movie screening guide for how to plan out your haunting month! The challenge is simple: you to watch one

29 September

HAUNTERS - Making Haunting Personal

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Having spent a few years in the haunt industry, I was glad to see this documentary. It doesn’t focus on special effects, the psychology of fear, location, marketing, etc. It doesn’t try to sell anyone on going to any particular haunt. Haunters: the Movie is specifically a glimpse inside the