Archive for November, 2016

NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD EP by Morricone Youth Album Review

Nov 30, 2016 No Comments by

There aren’t many movies that I so affectionately go back to over and over and over again.  Of course, 1968’s Night of the Living Dead is most definitely one of those flicks.  As if George A. Romero’s zombie masterpiece weren’t great enough, now there’s a new reason to revisit NOTLD. Morricone Youth is a fantastic […]

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The Shelter Movie Review

Nov 29, 2016 2 Comments by

The Shelter is veteran indie filmmaker John Fallon’s feature directorial debut and as such it’s a conceptually ambitious, yet logistically spare bit of filmmaking.  He also wrote and produced it, so its passion-project bona fides are front and center. As a vehicle for its star, fellow film vet Michael Pare (Eddie and the Cruisers, Streets […]

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Hotel of the Damned Movie Review

Nov 22, 2016 No Comments by

It doesn’t take Captain Obvious to point out the deficiencies in accommodations and service at Hotel of the Damned. The name tells you that much. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves. There’s a story to tell. You’re in for a treat with this delicious take on cannibalism, helmed by Romanian director Bobby Barbacioru. Available […]

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It Watches Movie Review

Nov 21, 2016 No Comments by

It Watches is directed by David Parker and written with Ivan Djurovic, who also stars in the film as the mysterious Andre.  The film follows Andre who is recovering from a car accident and does not remember many details of his life due to the crash.  The film opens with his friend Robert (played by […]

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Trailer Drops for Director Rebekah Fortune’s DEADLY INTENT

Nov 16, 2016 No Comments by

The British are coming…up with some pretty great indie horror lately and director Rebekah Fortune is at the forefront with her Babadookesque feature Deadly Intent.  It promises familiar tropes, yet it also looks to have more than enough meat on its bones to stand on its own. Read the press release and view the trailer […]

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Goodbye, Tom Neyman: The Master of Manos

Nov 15, 2016 No Comments by

Tom Neyman passed away on Saturday, November 12th, 2016 from heart failure. Tom was best known as The Master from Manos: The Hands of Fate, but I knew him as my friend’s Dad. Tom was the father of Jackey Neyman Jones who played Debbie, the little girl, in Manos: The Hands of Fate. I met […]

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Uncork’d Entertainment Releases Trailer and Release Date for HOTEL OF THE DAMNED

Nov 14, 2016 No Comments by

Uncork’d Entertainment dropped a trailer for Hotel of the Damned, an off the wall cannibal romp scripted by Luca Bercovici (Ghoulies). The dastardly details and trailer lurk below, Horror Fans…. Make your reservation with the Hotel of the Damned this December via Uncork’d Entertainment. No use hanging up a ‘Do Not Disturb’ sign here.  After […]

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Trailer, VOD/DVD Dates Released for Acclaimed Horror Movie IT WATCHES

Nov 09, 2016 No Comments by

Director Dave Parker’s (The Hills Run Red) newest offering It Watches is coming to VOD and DVD in December and February respectively.  We have those dates as well as the creepy trailer here, Horror Fans. Read the full press release and check out the trailer below…. Director Dave Parker’s “unpredictable terror tale” It Watches premieres […]

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Arrow Video Delivers Gruesome Gifts this December

Nov 08, 2016 No Comments by

Arrow Video continues putting together gorgeous editions of genre favorites both obscure and mainstream, and December is no different.  A Hellraiser boxset, the definitive edition of Creepshow 2, and, most exceptionally, a beautiful 4k restoration of Abel Ferrara’s infamous grinhouse slasher Driller Killer.  Collectors rejoice!  Read on for the details, Horror Fans…. MVD Entertainment Group furthers […]

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Broken Short Film Review

Nov 07, 2016 No Comments by

Nothing beats the horror classics, in this writer’s mind, so it was quite a pleasant surprise to watch a short film recently that paid almost direct homage to one of my all-time favorite black-and-white films. Broken is an animated short written and directed by Adam Ciolfi, who has carved a nice niche for himself in […]

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