Archive for January, 2014

The Crow: Curare Graphic Novel Review

Jan 30, 2014 No Comments by

Almost a full year since publishing The Crow: Skinning the Wolves, author James O’Barr returns to the franchise with a new tale entitled Curare.  If you didn’t think it was possible to surpass the high standard set with Skinning the Wolves, you’ll be pleasantly surprised with his new tale of anguish and pain. The narrative’s […]

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The Walking Dead: A Unique Gaming Experience

Jan 28, 2014 No Comments by

Although I live in a household of dedicated PC gamers, I’ve always had a special place in my heart for console games.  There’s something about their finite nature that’s a comforting break in pace from the usual open-ended social gaming experience, and they’re cozy – you curl up on the couch with a controller and […]

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Sleepy Hollow Season 1 Review

Jan 26, 2014 No Comments by

Beware, weary traveler…there be spoilers ahead! Who ever said history was boring? After a whirlwind first season that introduced a whole new generation to one of the most popular literary pieces of all time, FOX’s Sleepy Hollow was one of the most successful television series of the year. Some saw the series as simply a […]

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Yongary: Korean Kaiju

Jan 23, 2014 No Comments by

This movie sucks. Because of that, the 1967 South Korean monster movie Yongary, Monster from the Deep was featured on the second season of the Canadian television show This Movie Sucks! Just in case you don’t live as close to the Great White North as I do, then suffice it say that This Movie Sucks! […]

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Ravenous Monster’s Spreading the Plague Flash Fiction Contest

Jan 21, 2014 No Comments by

On August 26th, 2014, Titan Books will release Plague World—the final novel of author Dana Fredsti’s acclaimed Ashley Parker Trilogy.  Fredsti’s Ashley Parker novels are endearing, addictive yarns depicting the zombie apocalypse with biting humor (yeah, yeah…that was a pun!), exhilarating action, heady drama, and gory terror to spare!  To mark this occasion, Ravenous Monster has […]

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Interview with WAGES OF SIN Filmmaker Sam Ingraffia

Jan 19, 2014 No Comments by

Sam Ingraffia: The Wages of Art- There are some people who are so creative that their innovation can’t be contained by just one form of expression. Enter Sam Ingraffia, Chicago-born but Los Angeles-bred. To say he wears a lot of hats is doing him an injustice. We could easily spend the next few pages going […]

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Deadly Doctors Series Part 3: Vicious Veterinarians

Jan 16, 2014 No Comments by

Deadly Doctors 3: Veterinarians of the Vicious and the Voracious By: Sir Dr. Robert Hibbs (not a real title) Countless beasts in the animal kingdom should be feared, but none more than the human animal, particularly human beasts of the doctor variety that can manipulate genetics at will. Sure, there’ve been a lot of advancements […]

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Interview with THE INVOKING Star D’Angelo Midili

Jan 14, 2014 No Comments by

Back in July, I had the privilege of reviewing a little film called Sader Ridge, released by The October People.  Since then, it’s met with some pretty impressive success.  After getting picked up for distribution by Ruthless Pictures in September, the film was renamed to The Invoking and began to take the indie scene by […]

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Interview with Horror Author Freda Warrington

Jan 12, 2014 No Comments by

Vampires have been done to death, right? Well, perhaps in some cases. With the rise of Twilight and other paranormal romances like it, vampires have a completely different stigma and appeal than they had in the days of Nosferatu, Bela Lugosi as Dracula, and even Anne Rice’s penned Lestat. But if one searches enough, authors […]

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Fatal Pictures Kicks off Major Kickstarter Campaign to Produce Short Film HEIR

Jan 10, 2014 No Comments by

From Richard Powell and Zach Green’s Fatal Pictures, the company that brought you the critically acclaimed, award winning short horror films Worm and Familiar, comes their forthcoming and final short film Heir, a touching tale of a father and son starring the Emmy award-winning Bill Oberst Jr. (Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies, Take This Lollipop, Children […]

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