Goblin Rebirth Album Review

Jul 02, 2015 No Comments by

It’s pretty much impossible to imagine Italian horror cinema without also thinking of Goblin.  Their eerie cinematic soundscapes provided the soundtrack to sudden bloody death and the arrival of demonic evil. I would argue that their soundtrack to Suspiria is not only the best modern horror score but also the LOUDEST. If you remove the […]

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Remembering Sir Christopher Lee

Jun 30, 2015 2 Comments by

Christopher Lee passed away on June 7, 2015 after hospitalization for respiratory problems and heart failure.  The news of his passing was not made world-wide until June 11, only after his wife of 54 years was able to reach all family and friends with the news first. Sir Christopher Lee once kindly said to an […]

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Der Samurai Movie Review

Jun 25, 2015 No Comments by

Der Samurai is the first feature film from German writer/director Till Kleinert.  The film stars Michael Diercks as Jacob.  Jacob is a police officer in a small non-distinct rural village.  He is a quiet, unassuming man who’s inexplicably disrespected by the occupants of the small town.  Even so, the film opens with Jacob leaving raw […]

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The Silence Book Review

Jun 23, 2015 No Comments by

Whether it be television, film or literature, mankind’s untimely demise in the form of the apocalypse has been microwaved so many times, it’s long since tasted like rubber. Thankfully, there are authors like Tim Lebbon who can still manage to take an overused theme and breathe fresh air into stale lungs. Lebbon’s novel The Silence […]

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Horsehead Movie Review

Jun 18, 2015 No Comments by

Director Romain Basset’s 2014 film Horsehead takes the viewer on a surreal journey into a young woman’s oneiric labyrinth as she deals with nebulous and frightening memories. After watching it, more questions than answers remain. It’s Basset’s first full-length film and what a film it is!  Starring the marvelously named Lilly-Fleur Pointeaux, this movie will […]

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Valley of the Sasquatch Movie Review

Jun 16, 2015 No Comments by

Bigfoot builds its indie street cred in Valley of the Sasquatch, a film by director John Portanova that ambitiously breaks all the conventions of monster horror movies, but not always successfully. It’s a bizarre, dark film that strives to bring a human element to the Sasquatch mythos. Imagine a sad, horror version of Harry and […]

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Indie Gore Fest AMERICAN BACKWOODS: SLEW HAMPSHIRE now Available On-Demand and DVD

Jun 10, 2015 No Comments by

Alright, Horror Fans…as of yesterday, June 9th, director Flood Reed’s fright feature American Backwoods: Slew Hampshire became available both On-Demand and on DVD.  Sporting an experienced cast, backing from Midnight Releasing, AND the “goriest scene of the year,” this movie might make some noise…or maybe you will as you scream and gag!  Read the full […]

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‘Nightmare Video Game that Turns your House into a Horror Movie’ Gameplay Teaser Released

Jun 05, 2015 No Comments by

Remember that story from late-April/early-May about the “Nightmare Video Game that Turns your House into a Horror Movie?”  Of course you do because it went viral like some sort of grotesque pandemic!  In fact, we covered it here.  Well, the good people from Novum Analytics are back and they’ve returned with a teaser video showcasing […]

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Interview with Legendary Composer Claudio Simonetti

Jun 04, 2015 No Comments by

Claudio Simonetti has taught me a lot of things. As a member of the legendary Italian prog rock group Goblin, he helped to show me and the rest of the world just how awesome weirdo space rock could be in murder movies or films about witch-haunted dance academies. Signor Simonetti also helped to enlighten the […]

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The House With 100 Eyes Movie Review

Jun 02, 2015 No Comments by

Some films merely gross you out. Others call “Playback!” every time the lights go out. Then there are those films that make you rethink your agnosticism. Namely, there are a select few flicks that are so twisted, so damned diabolical that they make you seriously consider going back to confession for the first time in […]

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