MVD REWIND COLLECTION Launches this December with D.O.A. and ATTACK OF THE KILLER TOMATOES

Sep 19, 2017 No Comments by

MVD Entertainment Group is launching the MVD Rewind Collection series brining us “cult classics and more from the video store” in special edition Blu-ray and DVD collectors’ sets stuffed with special features. The first collection will debut in December 2017 with special editions of the punk documentary classic D.O.A.: A Right of Passage and Attack […]

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Watch the Trailer for HOUSE BY THE LAKE Coming to VOD October 10

Sep 14, 2017 No Comments by

Longtime horror screenwriter Adam Gierasch recently took a seat in the director’s chair for House by the Lake – a frightening feature boasting creepy kids, monsters, and beautiful people.  And guess what?  We have the trailer and the nitty-gritty details below, Horror Fans. House by the Lake is coming to VOD on October 10. Please […]

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The Moose Head Over the Mantel Movie Review

Sep 11, 2017 No Comments by

“Displaced from their apartment in the city, Lillian Hoffhienze-Bachman and her husband Jay are offered the previously abandoned Hoffhienze family home. But this lucky break soon turns into horror as a century’s worth of abuse, dysfunction and violence is revealed. Lillian becomes consumed with her sordid ancestry, terrified that the past might dictate her son’s […]

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IT Movie Review

Sep 08, 2017 2 Comments by

After over a year of excited chatter, creepy trailers and unsettling mini-clips released all over social media, the day has finally come. IT has arrived. By now, everyone who has any interest in seeing the film knows the story even if they haven’t read the classic Stephen King novel.  A group of young teens are […]

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Torment Movie Review

Sep 05, 2017 2 Comments by

We are introduced to Jane, the central character of Torment, as she sits on her sofa intently watching the opening sequence from Romero’s Night of the Living Dead. Her husband John comes home from work. When he asks what she’s doing, she tells him, “It’s so beautiful. So relentlessly sad.” That last sentence is a […]

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Dark Cities Anthology Book Review

Aug 31, 2017 No Comments by

The city can be a frightening and dangerous place. Dark alleys, strangers, crime, speeding vehicles, and even law enforcement can be potentially life threatening. Walking around the city at 3:00 am when there’s no one, or perhaps just the one other person in the shadows, can make one’s heart pound and quicken one’s step. There […]

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The Horror on the Links: The Complete Tales of Jules de Grandin, Volume One Book Review

Aug 28, 2017 No Comments by

It’s true. The longer you live, the more you see how culture waxes and wanes like the changing of the tides. One decade’s movie star becomes the next decade’s has-been. At one time Rudolph Valentino was the most famous man on the planet. Now, few under 50 will know who he is. So it is […]

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Red Christmas Movie Review

Aug 23, 2017 2 Comments by

I guess I should start this off by saying that I’ve never been a fan of Christmas, but I do enjoy a   Christmas horror film, my favorite being 1984’s Silent Night, Deadly Night. So, when Red Christmas was brought to my attention, it automatically piqued my curiosity. Not only is it a holiday slasher flick, […]

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Circus Kane Movie Review

Aug 21, 2017 No Comments by

Directed by Christopher Olen Ray (2-Headed Shark Attack, Mercenaries), the plot of Circus Kane is one we’ve seen numerous times before: A group of strangers comes together to spend one night in a mysterious scenario, only to be asked to survive the night.  This group of folks is one we can all relate to in […]

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George A. Romero BETWEEN NIGHT AND DAWN Box Set Coming October 24

Aug 16, 2017 No Comments by

When George A. Romero passed away back in July, we horror fans not only lost a monumental genre figure – one who’s arguably responsible for ushering in the modern horror film and who’s objectively the father of zombies – but indie filmmaking lost a true maverick and advocate, and pop culture lost a prolific, yet […]

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