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The Unkindness of Ravens FrightFest News & Trailer

The Unkindness of Ravens, director Lawrie Brewster’s hotly anticipated...

ROGUE WARRIOR: ROBOT FIGHTER to premiere at AOF September 2!

Science-fiction gem nominated for eight majors awards at the...

News: CAMP MOTION PICTURES ANNOUNCES SLIME CITY / SLIME CITY MASSACRE BLU-RAY DOUBLE FEATURE

Camp Motion Pictures announced it will release Gregory Lamberson’s 1989...

News: October 2016 Releases from MVD Visual

Title: Bubba The Redneck Werewolf Label: And You Entertainment Release...

Digging Deep: With Filmmaker, Buddy Giovinazzo

Buddy Giovinazzo believes in the truth. Sometimes the world is a stark, filthy place and his films explore the brutal underbelly of humanity with a jarring dose or realism. He has immersed himself in the culture of New York City and emerged with story after dank, sordid story screaming to be told. Whether by film, book, or television show, Buddy’s message is clear. The human race needs to run for its life.

News: THE DARK TAPES from Directors Michael McQuown & Vincent J. Guastini

Exciting new horror feature, The Dark Tapes by Michael McQuown and Vincent...

  • Reviews

Film Review: The Dead Body Man Trilogy (2004-2008)

The Dead Body Man films are shot-on-video creations from indie filmmaker...

Film Review: Dead End Drive-In (1986)

As Arrow Video continues its mission to revitalize eighties gems, I find...

Film Review: Dark Night Of The Scarecrow (1981)

Originally aired by CBS on Halloween Night in 1981, DARK NIGHT OF THE...

Film Review: PEEPING TOM (1960)

When describing genre films, sometimes the word “classic” gets...

Film Review: Zombie Bloodbath Trilogy (1993-2000)

I am a huge fan of Camp Motion Pictures. As a label, they have managed to...

Film Review: SUSPIRIA (1977)

The basic problem with so many movies that try to deliver on both gore and...

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Slam in the back of your Dragula with Fright-Rags’ Rob Zombie collection

Rob Zombie is a man who needs no introduction, recognized and celebrated by...

Artist Spotlight #3: Justin Talarski

Justin Talarski (Vonhellmouth) is a Connecticut based artist whom over the...

Featured Horror Artist #2: Lucas Damien Riddle

Lucas Damien Riddle is an independent artist whose work covers comic books,...

Featured Horror Artist #1: Jose Mendez

Jose Mendez is a horror fanatic and artist from Spain. Throughout this...

Film Review: When Black Birds Fly (2016)

Jimmy ScreamerClauz literally took years to create this independent labor...

Shane Ryan’s Dark Art

This is the first art review on Deaducated.

Slaughter In Syracuse 2016 Retrospective

A HOME AGAIN: SLAUGHTER IN SYRACUSE 2016 Written by: Ryan Vincent...

FrightFest 2016: The Unkindness of Ravens

The Unkindness of Ravens Set to Premiere at FrightFest 2016 The Unkindness...

Hollywood Auction 83

This auction, Hollywood Auction 83, starts at 11:00 AM PST on June 29, 30,...

Writing Contest!

“Dark Web” “Wants You to Scare Us.”   Contact: Michael Nardelli...

Cinedelphia Film Festival 2016

March 8, 2016 (Philadelphia, PA) – Philly’s Cinedelphia Film...

Horror/genre offerings at the 2016 Cinedelphia Film Festival

  March 8, 2016 (Philadelphia, PA) – Philly’s Cinedelphia...

Film Review: The Dead Body Man Trilogy (2004-2008)

The Dead Body Man films are shot-on-video creations from indie filmmaker...

Film Review: Dead End Drive-In (1986)

As Arrow Video continues its mission to revitalize eighties gems, I find...

Film Review: Dark Night Of The Scarecrow (1981)

Originally aired by CBS on Halloween Night in 1981, DARK NIGHT OF THE...

Film Review: PEEPING TOM (1960)

When describing genre films, sometimes the word “classic” gets...

Film Review: Zombie Bloodbath Trilogy (1993-2000)

I am a huge fan of Camp Motion Pictures. As a label, they have managed to...

Film Review: SUSPIRIA (1977)

The basic problem with so many movies that try to deliver on both gore and...

Digging Deep: With Filmmaker, Buddy Giovinazzo

Buddy Giovinazzo believes in the truth. Sometimes the world is a stark, filthy place and his films explore the brutal underbelly of humanity with a jarring dose or realism. He has immersed himself in the culture of New York City and emerged with story after dank, sordid story screaming to be told. Whether by film, book, or television show, Buddy’s message is clear. The human race needs to run for its life.

Digging Deep: With Filmmaker, Eduardo Sánchez

It’s the dream of every independent filmmaker. Be an auteur and make the film that matches your initial vision, then be rewarded for your efforts. Make it big and change the face of the genre. Eduardo Sánchez did just that, with his film THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT (1999), which is lauded as one of the most successful independent films of all time, banking over $248,000,000 worldwide. The film also let to a mass appreciation for the found footage sub-genre. With films like ALTERED (2006), LOVELY MOLLY (2011) and EXISTS (2014), Eduardo continues to make his mark with new approaches to the genre.

Interview with Filmmaker, Nick Iway

Filmmaker, Nick Iway is an introspective man with a $40,000.00 story burning inside him. Call it a societal warning, but this harbinger of doom forebodes that to even take heed would be futile. Beneath the Underground is fortunate to speak with this artist about his origins and path to his “reflection of the human spirit”… ANDROGYNYM (2016).

Digging Deep: With Filmmaker, Richard W. Haines

Filmmaker, Richard W. Haines is more than just an auteur. He’s an avid film preservationist, an authority on the technical aspects of film and a lauded novelist. To put it simply, Richard knows film. And with titles like CLASS OF NUKE ‘EM HIGH (1986), SPLATTER UNIVERSITY (1984) and ALIEN SPACE AVENGER (1989), he’s a cult horror icon as well.

Digging Deep: With Filmmaker Donald Farmer

In a career that has spanned four decades, horror and cult filmmaker Donald Farmer can comfortably be considered one of the premier SOV artists of our time. With titles like CANNIBAL HOOKERS, CHAINSAW CHEERLEADERS and SAVAGE VENGEANCE, Donald has become known for his unique aesthetic and equally colorful characters.

Interview: Thomas Goersch

Q)   Thomas, first, let me thank you for the interview.  You are...

Metal Monday #7 (Carcass)

Carcass is an in-your-face-brutal-as-hell death metal band, whose influence...

Metal (Music) Monday #6: Behemoth

Behemoth is a Polish, Black Metal, band that has been going strong since...

Metal (Music) Monday #5: The Music Videos of Adam Mason

Adam Mason directs films and music videos. He has directed tons of music...

Metal (Music) Monday #4: The Big Four on Blu-Ray

Six years ago, four bands that were already 26 years past their prime,...

Metal (Music) Monday #3: Film Review: Pride and Joy: The Story of Alligator Records (1992)

From MVD Entertainment, comes a great concert/documentary film. It is a film...

Metal Monday #2: Cattle Decapitation

Cattle Decapitation is a band that can only be described with one made up...

ROGUE WARRIOR: ROBOT FIGHTER to premiere at AOF September 2!

Science-fiction gem nominated for eight majors awards at the...

Slam in the back of your Dragula with Fright-Rags’ Rob Zombie collection

Rob Zombie is a man who needs no introduction, recognized and celebrated by...

Synpase Films – September 2016 New Releases Tenebrae Blu-ray Label:...

Terror Films and Raven Banner Films

Hollywood, CA (June 29, 2016): U.S. genre distributor, Terror Films has...

Zombie Holocaust Release

Severin Films July 2016 New Releases Dr Butcher MD / Zombie Holocaust DVD...

Film Preview: Blue Eyes

Nordic Noir & Beyond is continuing to grow from strength to strength as...