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Clownado Movie Review

Oct 01, 2019 No Comments by

This clownado swirls up a whole lot of crazy characters, cheap-chunky guts and a little T&A. Director Todd Sheets (Dreaming Purple Neon, Bonehill Road), wrote, directed and edited Clownado and much in the same fashion of his other films, Clownado harkens back to grindhouse and pulp influences, but despite the ambitious effort to merge clowns […]

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On the Trail of Bigfoot Documentary Review

May 21, 2019 No Comments by

It takes a whole team of gumshoes to find one Bigfoot. Small Town Monsters (the production team that brought you The Bray Road Beast, and my personal favorite, The Mothman of Point Pleasant) offers up a six-part investigative miniseries on the monster so monstrous he has his own monster truck. The Hulk Hogan of cryptozoology. […]

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Valley of the Sasquatch Movie Review

Jun 16, 2015 1 Comment by

Bigfoot builds its indie street cred in Valley of the Sasquatch, a film by director John Portanova that ambitiously breaks all the conventions of monster horror movies, but not always successfully. It’s a bizarre, dark film that strives to bring a human element to the Sasquatch mythos. Imagine a sad, horror version of Harry and […]

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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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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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Interview with STEVE: DEATH COLLECTOR’s Eamon Hardiman

Oct 14, 2014 No Comments by

Director Eamon Hardiman has never killed anyone in real life (as far as we know), but Eamon and his team at Razor Sharp Studios, based in West Virginia, have produced some killer indie movies (see what I did there?), and their latest project Steve: Death Collector is revitalizing ‘80s slasher flicks and revolutionizing ‘80s slasher […]

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Coldbrook Book Review

Aug 14, 2014 No Comments by

The Beginning of the Blog: Thursday: Part 1: The Introduction: The Beginning: I don’t understand why this book is so popular, but it is. Tim Lebbon is a fairly prolific author with a Bram Stoker Award-winning short story and 30+ novels and comic book stories tucked into his professional portfolio. He’s done several movie novelizations […]

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Grimm: The Chopping Block Book Review

Mar 23, 2014 No Comments by

Portland Homicide Detectives are on the hunt for a monster that roasts human beings alive before eating their cooked meat straight from their severed bones in John Passarella’s The Chopping Block. This is the second novel tie-in to NBC’s Grimm television series written by Bram Stoker Award winning horror author John Passarella who, according to […]

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Mark Torgl to launch Indiegogo Campaign for Toxic Avenger Tie-In Movie

Mar 10, 2014 1 Comment by

Mark Torgl (The Toxic Avenger) is launching a crowd-funding campaign this Friday to finance a mockumentary depicting the story of his Toxic Avenger everyman Melvin the Mopboy.  The full press release is below! March, 10th, 2014—Hello Friends, Fans and Associates, We are proud to announce the launch of our Indiegogo campaign for TOXIC TUTU – […]

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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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