The Perfect Husband Movie Review

Jul 20, 2016 No Comments by

The film crew on The Perfect Husband had every reason to feel good after the wrap. They had a pretty good script, a visionary director in Lucas Pavetto, a gorgeous setting and two attractive leads in Gabriella Wright (as Viola) and Bret Roberts (as her husband, Nicola). It’s a shame, then, that a bit of […]

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Artsploitation Films Brings OBSERVANCE to DVD and Blu-Ray this August

Jul 18, 2016 No Comments by

The current leaders in bringing us the newest challenging horror and exploitation flicks the world has to offer is far and away Artsploitation Films and come August 2nd they will deliver the ultra-unnerving horror tale Observance. Read the full press release and watch the trailer below, Horror Fans…. With the dread-infused claustrophobia of Polanski’s The […]

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TALES OF POE Combines Classic Horror Stories and Iconic Scream Queens in New Trailer

Jul 13, 2016 No Comments by

What happens when you combine two of the most accomplished independent horror directors working today, five iconic scream queens from some of the most beloved horror flicks of the ‘80s, ‘90s, ‘00s, and ‘10s, and three of the creepiest stories by the great Edgar Allan Poe? Well, that’s easy. You get Tales of Poe, an […]

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Interview with Cadabra Records’ Jonathan Dennison

Jul 11, 2016 No Comments by

Greetings, humanoids! Those of you who have been following Ravenous Monster for a while now may have already checked out some of my reviews of Cadabra Records’ macabre products. In the past, I’ve looked at their vinyl release of H.P. Lovecraft’s “The Hound/The Music of Erich Zann” and also Lee Brown Coye’s “Where Is Abby? […]

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Throw 1981 to the Wolves: THE HOWLING and AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON Retrospectives

Jul 07, 2016 No Comments by

1981 was an amazing year. The word internet was first mentioned. Lady Diana married Charles, the Prince of Wales. The first flight of the US space shuttle Columbia took place. Muhammad Ali retired with a record of 55-5. Researchers found the Titanic wreck at the bottom of the Atlantic. Peter Sutcliffe, also known as the […]

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Model Hunger Movie Review

Jul 06, 2016 No Comments by

Indie film stalwart Debbie Rochon’s directorial debut Model Hunger is a pretty straight forward catch-the-killer story couched in oddities that have the potential to either titillate or turn off audiences. Readers of this website are likely to find themselves on Team Titillate, and that’s a good thing. Ginny (Lynn Lowry) is a former pinup model […]

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The Lurking Fear Movie Review

Jul 05, 2016 No Comments by

Apart from a couple names, the title, and an association with the paranormal, The Lurking Fear is a 1994 film that shares little with the H.P. Lovecraft story from whence came its title. This tale of a ghoul-assailed town from director C. Courtney Joyner and finally released on Blu-ray by Full Moon Features is a […]

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Festival Hit HELL TOWN Starring Debbie Rochon Coming Soon from Gravitas Ventures

Jun 29, 2016 No Comments by

Steve Balderson’s Hell Town has been racking up awards and accolades as it’s napalmed venues both great and small across the festival circuit. Not only that, but it’s another vehicle to deliver more of the great Debbie Rochon whose directorial debut, Model Hunger is set to be released on July 12th. Here, Rochon gets back […]

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Horror Icon Debbie Rochon’s Directorial Debut MODEL HUNGER Coming July 12th from Wild Eye Releasing

Jun 28, 2016 No Comments by

If you’re reading this, the likelihood of you not knowing of Debbie Rochon is extremely low. But, to err on the side of you not being very hip (let’s get with the program, people!), Rochon is indie horror royalty. She’s the queen as it were. From her roles in several infamous Troma flicks in the […]

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Interview with Emmy-Award winning Special FX Artist Jaremy Aiello

Jun 27, 2016 1 Comment by

For those of you old enough to remember, there was a time—from about the mid-1970s through the 1980s—when our favorite movies’ special FX artists were every bit as important to us, if not more so, as those same films’ directors, writers, and stars.  Their creations defined the era.  Giant sharks, Imperial Walkers, American werewolves, iconic […]

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