Interview with KLAGGER Filmmaker Casey Crow

Jul 29, 2012 1 Comment

Texas filmmaker Casey Crow’s latest project is KLAGGER, a 12-minute short film that recalls the best of cinematic horror from the ‘70s and ‘80s.  KLAGGER is part slasher flick, part ghost story, and all myth with the potential to add to our dark patch of the pop cultural quilt a much needed horror icon for […]

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25 Years after Near Dark: A Retrospective

Jul 25, 2012 1 Comment

Lots of vampire films have their moment in the sun. But none can cast a shadow like the one left in 1987 by a gem called NEAR DARK, a film that’s been considered a memorable favorite in the eyes of many horror and vampire fans alike. When it came out this movie was briefly mentioned […]

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Deadly Doctors Series Part 2: The Madness of Dr. Sam Loomis

Jul 22, 2012 No Comments

By Sir Doctor Robert Hibbs (I wish it was a real title) Originally this second edition was going to focus on characters who were “doctors by day and monster hunters by night,” and I did a lot of research into potential candidates that met that criteria, but I soon found that there were a lot […]

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The Hand Of Fu-Manchu Book Review

Jul 19, 2012 No Comments

I recently watched Disney’s PETER PAN again for the first time in a long while. I could tell you that this was because there’s a 3 ½-year old in my life, but that would be a lie. My robust knowledge of the intricacies and mythology of the DORA THE EXPLORER-verse, however, is another story. But […]

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Tomb of Dracula Comics Retrospective

Jul 15, 2012 No Comments

Horror has been around for quite some time and in many forms. Primarily, you will see such works of art in the theatre, on video, or in literature. An oft overlooked medium of horror is the comic book. Horror comics have been around nearly as long as the movies and peaked in popularity between 1940 […]

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The Killing Floor Book Review

Jul 12, 2012 No Comments

For all you mutant loving, post apocalyptic pondering, survivalist zombie fans out there, The Killing Floor is one of the few books you’ll want to take with you down into your bomb shelters and not want to scrap for fire kindling. When you begin reading the story, you might think that it’s just another zombie […]

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Interview with Horror Movie Reviewer and Author Tim Gross

Jul 08, 2012 1 Comment

Movie watching is one of our most enjoyable pastimes, one that will continue to occur regardless of the changing methods we use to obtain those videos.  Small movie stores once acted as second homes to us, where we would spend our time looking at the back of VHS boxes to rent our favorite horror flicks.  […]

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Where the Dead Fear to Tread Book Review

Jul 01, 2012 No Comments

M.R. Gott’s Where the Dead Fear to Tread is a cross between a supernatural slasher story and a pulpy noir crime drama—sort of like if Max Payne were directed by a young Clive Barker. The story opens with a highly pornographic and gorily detailed description of two young parents going at it before the main […]

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Scripts from the Crypt: Horror Anthologies Part 2

Jun 27, 2012 No Comments

Welcome back, fear freaks! I’ve missed you. Is the reverse true? Really? Too bad, you’re stuck with me anyway! Where were we last time? Oh yes, discussing the subject of horror anthologies in film! Let us continue down this gruesome path a bit further now. When last I left you, we had taken a look […]

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Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter Movie Review

Jun 24, 2012 2 Comments

I’ll begin by stating that I have never read Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, nor do I ever intend on doing so. However, this is entirely irrelevant as this review is about the 2012 film adaptation of this epistolary novel. From what I can infer, a lot of the book has been excised save for the […]

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