Archive for April, 2015

Demons Soundtrack 30th Anniversary Edition Review

Apr 28, 2015 No Comments by

It’s been thirty years since the release of Demons (or Dèmoni in its original Italian). Directed by Lamberto Bava and produced by legendary maestro Dario Argento (who received a much bigger billing in advertisements for the film), Demons is a quintessentially ‘80s splatterpunk flick about an isolated movie theater in Berlin that gets overrun by […]

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Anti-Hero Book Review

Apr 23, 2015 No Comments by

When the CIA needs to track down the digital clones of a megalomaniacal mad man who has seized control of the world’s computer systems, they call in his old teammates to track him down and ghost his pixelated ass. This team isn’t the Ghostbusters’ IT department; they’re MI37 headed up by a group of independent […]

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The Last Circus Movie Review

Apr 21, 2015 No Comments by

Colombian magical realist Gabriel Garcia Marquez died in 2014.  Joseph Bruce and Joseph Utsler founded Insane Clown Posse in 1991.  If the man who wrote One Hundred Years of Solitude collaborated on a film with the men who gave us Juggalos, it would probably look a lot like The Last Circus (originally released in 2010 […]

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Hooked Up Movie Review

Apr 16, 2015 No Comments by

Hooked Up has one of the most intriguing premises in recent memory—a haunted house film shot entirely on an iPhone.  In this day and age of technological dominance, it was only a matter of time before someone did it.  But a haunted house film?  I was more than excited.  An entry in the 2013 Stiges […]

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Cthulhu Lives! An Eldritch Tribute to H.P. Lovecraft Book Review

Apr 14, 2015 No Comments by

In Cthulhu Lives!, editor Salomé Jones brings together many stories for Ghostwoods Books that fall under the vast cyclopean umbrella that is the Cthulhu Mythos. The stories range from straightforward horror stories to epistolary fiction and everything in between. If that isn’t cool enough, how does an afterward by S.T. Joshi sound? Pretty bad ass, […]

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Interview with ALL SAINTS EVE Star Mere Davis

Apr 09, 2015 No Comments by

Recently, I was given the opportunity to not only review the newest effort put out by North Shore Pictures titled All Saints Eve, but I also had the chance to interview the film’s up and coming lead actress, Mere Davis. Read on for more on Ms. Davis and what she has coming up—she’s quite driven […]

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Lenore: Pink Bellies Comic Book Review

Apr 07, 2015 No Comments by

Gods of death eating Jujubes, a refined gentlemen called Mr. Bear Poop on a Log, a flashback squirrel fighting the FBI and a nine-step puppet tutorial, are just some of what you’ll find in the pages of Roman Dirge’s Lenore: Pink Bellies. The most adorable and pungent living dead girl is back in a tale […]

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It Follows Movie Review

Apr 02, 2015 1 Comment by

David Robert Mitchell, the Michigander writer-director responsible for It Follows, clearly has a “thing” for the coming-of-age tale. Before writing and directing It Follows, Mitchell did the same honors for his first full-length — 2010’s The Myth of the American Sleepover. Now, while The Myth of the American Sleepover is the type of angst-ridden, yet […]

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Indie Horror Feature THE MOOSE HEAD OVER THE MANTEL Launches Crowdfunding Campaign

Apr 01, 2015 No Comments by

There’s one week left to contribute to the Indiegogo campaign for The Moose Head Over the Mantel, an unorthodox indie horror feature from the people behind the movies The Big Bad, They Will Outlive Us All, and the upcoming The Passion of Paul Ross.  Jessi Gotta’s New York-based Inappropriate Films is the latest endeavor from […]

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