Archive for August, 2012

Will We Ever Get Tired of Zombie Video Games?

Aug 29, 2012 2 Comments by

Trends come and go, but some have more staying power than anyone could have anticipated.  Since the first zombie shambled across the screen in 1936’s White Zombie, we’ve been fascinated by the undead.  Of course, zombies have gone through a few different stages since then.  They’ve gone from being the product of Voodoo practitioners (and […]

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Sherlock Holmes: The Army of Dr. Moreau Book Review

Aug 26, 2012 2 Comments by

It started in second grade, when my parents rented me the Basil Rathbone/Nigel Bruce Hound of the Baskervilles.  I liked it, but I don’t remember much now except that Rathbone’s Holmes was a consummate English gentleman and Bruce’s Watson was an idiot.[1]  I liked Granada Television’s The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (aired Stateside on PBS’s […]

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Interview with THY KILL BE DONE Filmmaker Greg Hanson

Aug 22, 2012 No Comments by

Before we begin this interview let us take a moment to bow our heads down in prayer. If you’re new to the faith of nunsploitation please follow along by using the excerpt of the prayer below. Nunspolitation prayer: “Our father in heaven, unhallowed be those who take vengeance in your name, (but forgive us because […]

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Is Motion Gaming the Future of Survival Horror?

Aug 19, 2012 No Comments by

I recently got my hands on a subscription to GameFly.  It’s usually a bad idea to enable my addictions, but I’m weak-willed, and it’s easy to rationalize this sort of purchase.  After all, if you buy a new game more than every few months, the subscription basically pays for itself.  And more importantly, it gives […]

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Interview with Filmmaker Tonjia Atomic

Aug 15, 2012 2 Comments by

Known as the Emerald City, Seattle, Washington couldn’t be a more appropriate home for a filmmaker with Tonjia Atomic’s sensibilities.  Ms. Atomic unleashed her abstract fantasy aesthetic with the dark and surreal fairytale short, COMPANION, as well as the absurdist silent short AWESOME OUIJA BOARD, but her artistic endeavors don’t stop at filmmaking.  She also […]

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The Five Stupidest Things A Fledgling Horror Writer Hears

Aug 12, 2012 5 Comments by

Actually, I can’t promise that what follows are the dumbest things you’ll hear as a horror writer, but they’re certainly the dumbest things I’ve heard during my time in our beloved genre.  Generally, when I tell someone I write horror, the response I get is, “Really? So you want to be the next Stephen King?”  […]

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Dear God No! Movie Review

Aug 08, 2012 4 Comments by

James Bickert’s DEAR GOD NO! is not fun for the whole family, it’s not the feel-good movie of the year, nor is it a movie to enjoy on date night.  In fact, unless you’re a member of the coveted 18-34-year-old demographic, male and in the presence of others who are likewise members of the marketers’ […]

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The Brain That Wouldn’t Die and Carnival Of Souls: 50 Years of Terror

Aug 05, 2012 2 Comments by

A lot has changed since 1962. During the same year that saw the very first Wal-Mart open, THE HULK # 1 released and the web-slinging superhero Spider-Man introduced, Andy Warhol’s groovy Campbell’s Soup cans unveiled, the Rolling Stones make their debut, Marilyn Monroe die, The Cuban Missile Crisis end and the Vietnam War gaining steam, […]

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