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Film Review: Symphony in Blood Red (2010)

Film: Symphony in Blood Red (2010) Director: Luigi Pastore Trailer...

Book Review: Ecstatic Inferno (2015)

  Keeping up with their blemish free roster, Fungasm Press has...

Film Review: Rock N’ Roll Frankenstein (1999)

Film: Rock N’ Roll Frankenstein (1999) Written and Directed by Brian...

Film Review: Demons 2 (1986)

  Going for the film within a film approach, Demons 2 starts off where...

Nick Palumbo’s NUTBAG release from Massacre Video

NUTBAG (2000) Director: Nick Palumbo Cast: Mack Hail, Renee Baio, Alan...

Film Review: Lady Snowblood 1 & 2 (1973 & 1974)

I am not one to freak out and buy a Criterion Blu-ray the second it comes...

Film Review: Deep Red [4K Remaster from Arrow Video] (1975)

  Having witnessed the brutal murder of psychic medium Helga Ulmann...

Book Review: The World on Fire (2014)

  Author Sheldon Woodbury takes us on fast paced thrill ride to the...

Apex Magazine Issue 81

Apex Magazine Issue 81 Apex Publications is happy to announce the...

Film Review: The Happiness of the Katakuris (2001)

Directed by Takashi Miike, this is a horror/comedy/musical that will...

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Book Review: Ecstatic Inferno (2015)

  Keeping up with their blemish free roster, Fungasm Press has...

Film Review: Demons 2 (1986)

  Going for the film within a film approach, Demons 2 starts off where...

Book Review: The World on Fire (2014)

  Author Sheldon Woodbury takes us on fast paced thrill ride to the...

Book Review: Mutilator from the Grave

  P.M. Thomas with a true talent for description, draws you into this...

Film Review: A Measure of the Sin (2013)

A Measure of the Sin is a 2013 film directed by Jeff Wedding. It has a...

Book Review: They are Among Us (2015)

They Are Among Us is the latest novel from C Bryan Brown, author of the...

Book Review: Wind Chill (2016)

  Wind Chill, the new novella from Crystal Lake Publishing and author...

Book Review: H.P. Lovecraft’s Polaris (1920)

  Once again, an unnamed narrator kicks off the story with a...

Book Review: I Will Rot Without You (2016)

  Curated by the legendary John Skipp, Fungasm Press is one of the...

Book Review: They Rise (2016)

  The lurking unknown is one of the most intriguing aspects of oceanic...

Comic Book Review: Eerie #8

  In the latest issue of Dark Horse Comic’s horror/sci-fi anthology...

Comic Book Review: The Hangman #2

  Bad things happen to bad people in this EC Comics gone R-rated tale...

Comic Book Review: Monster World #2

  When multiple people are declared missing, all people that work at a...

Comic Book Review: Fistful of Blood Issue #3

  A horror filled homage to Akira Kurosawa’s seminal classic film...

Comic Book Review: Monster World Issue 1

The comic opens with an actress wrapping up in the studio, at World Studios...

Comic Book Review: Something Wicked Issue 11

In this anthology from Futurequake Press comes multiple stories centered...

Comic Book Review: The Goddamned #2

The Goddamned is set in a pre-flood world of the Bible’s Genesis. Using...

Comic Book Review: Harrow County #8

Harrow County is easily the best comic horror has to offer. Frightening and...

Film Review and Comic Preview: 100 Tears (2007 & 2015)

It is films like this and companies like Unearthed, after all, that remind me that horror is not dead. There is great stuff out there, we just need to know where to look and whose careers we must follow.

Comic/Music Review: Cannibal Corpse (2015)

This review covers the 25 year history of these Death Metal heroes pretty quickly. It’s not very often, you can say a band that has been around for this long is actually getting better.

Film Review: Symphony in Blood Red (2010)

Film: Symphony in Blood Red (2010) Director: Luigi Pastore Trailer...

Film Review: Rock N’ Roll Frankenstein (1999)

Film: Rock N’ Roll Frankenstein (1999) Written and Directed by Brian...

Film Review: Lady Snowblood 1 & 2 (1973 & 1974)

I am not one to freak out and buy a Criterion Blu-ray the second it comes...

Film Review: Deep Red [4K Remaster from Arrow Video] (1975)

  Having witnessed the brutal murder of psychic medium Helga Ulmann...

Film Review: The Happiness of the Katakuris (2001)

Directed by Takashi Miike, this is a horror/comedy/musical that will...

Film Review: Sheba, Baby (1975)

  Hot off blaxploitation films like Foxy Brown and Coffy, Pam Grier...

Film Review: Torched (2004)

Torched was the directorial debut of indie sensation and effects master...

Film Review: The Downfall Of Mr. Difford (2015)

Film: The Downfall Of Mr. Difford (2015) Director: Matt Jefferson Trailer:...

Film Review: Black Mountain Side (2014)

A group of men isolated in a camp in the frozen wilderness discover...

Film Review: White Crack Bastard

Review by: Abby Danger White Crack Bastard – 2012 Director: James...

Interview: M.J. Dixon “Slasher House”

I recently had the chance to catch up with British director M.J Dixon,...

Interview: Tracey Birdsall “Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter”

  Tracey Birdsall has been very busy the last year and a half...

Interview: Christopher Showerman “Ladybug”

  Everyone might know Christopher Showerman best from when he played...

Interview: F. Wesley Schneider (Pathfinder Tales: Bloodbound)

When I sat down with F. Wesley Schneider, co-creator of the Pathfinder RPG...

Exclusive Interview: AJALA BANDELE “OMG… WE’RE IN A HORROR MOVIE!!!”

  In the tradition of Scream and Tucker and Dale vs Evil comes...

INTERVIEW : MANSA MOJO BROTHAS “LILIN’S BROOD”

Artii Smith and Phil Simon – aka Mansa Mojo Brothas – talk us...

Interview: Ashley Park “Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter”

A new sci-fi action film you’ve all been hearing about is set to...

Interview: John Franklin (2015)

= For part two of our reviews focusing on the work on John Franklin, I...

Interview: Jay Weisman “Shockwave Darkside”

An intergalactic war steals the show in special effects showcase...

Interview: Jay Kay (Horror Happens Radio)

BTU had the EXTREME pleasure to sit down and chat with 1 of the main men...