Australian Horror Metal from Darkness Visible
Mar24

Australian Horror Metal from Darkness Visible

Here is a burlesque, horror, metal, combo of complete insanity for your viewing pleasure. Keep and eye out for this band and their twisted music videos by following the links below.   https://davidbblack.tumblr.com https://www.facebook.com/BreakingPointVideo...

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Film Review: ASCENT TO HELL (2017)
Mar24

Film Review: ASCENT TO HELL (2017)

Horrors of the supernatural kind, rooted in real world horror can be some of the most effective. The real components of the story lending seriousness to the fictional. In the case of Dena Hysell’s ASCENT TO HELL that reality is the 1911 fire at the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory in New York City, with additional references to similar tragedies happening now in the likes of India and Bangladesh. Using these tragedies as a starting point...

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Film Review: THE GIRL WITH ALL THE GIFTS (2016)
Mar23

Film Review: THE GIRL WITH ALL THE GIFTS (2016)

For the longest time, whenever the subject of the ‘zombie apocalypse’ sub-genre has been raised, THE WALKING DEAD series has pretty much sucked all the air out of the room. With its jaw-dropping success, it was shortly joined by Z-NATION, iZOMBIE, and the like.  Unfortunately, with each new manifestation, the entire canon of zombie lore, begun by the great George Romero all the way back in 1968 with NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, became...

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Film Review: Cinema Paradiso (1988)
Mar23

Film Review: Cinema Paradiso (1988)

Arrow Video as a label actually splits up its time into a few different categories. Many collectors out there, the ones reading this site anyway, look at the “Arrow Video” releases, that focus on cult and horror releases. So here we go with a quick lesson. Arrow Films is the company. Arrow Video has the cool Blu-ray and combo releases with full-color art, booklets, and awesome features that we have come to love. Arrowdrome is the DVD...

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Video Game Review: Resident Evil 7: biohazard
Mar22

Video Game Review: Resident Evil 7: biohazard

RESIDENT EVII. biohazard When it comes to console games for horror fans, the pickings are quite slim. Throughout the past 2 decades one franchise has been the gold standard for horror themed games, and since its introduction in 1996, Resident Evil has been synonymous with the genre. Since it’s release on Sony’s PlayStation console, the gaming franchise has branched out into live action movies, comic books, novelizations,...

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Film Review: PSYCHOS (2017)
Mar21

Film Review: PSYCHOS (2017)

Three young girls abused for years before escaping, their tormentors never caught. Now, years later somebody has mailed them videotapes of their ordeal. They band together, determined to find those responsible and take revenge. Sounds like a simple enough plot, a group effort I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE, but PSYCHOS, Sandy Chukhadarian’s debut feature takes things in some unexpected directions. The film begins with police making a gruesome...

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THETA STATES and ROMEOS DISTRESS double feature at NJ HorrorCon
Mar21

THETA STATES and ROMEOS DISTRESS double feature at NJ HorrorCon

On April 2nd, 2017, The New Jersey Horror Con and Film Festival will mark the Garden State Premiere of a pair of psychological thrillers from two NYC Filmmakers. First up at 6pm, is Director Manny Serrano’s (Blood Slaughter Massacre, M is for Mastectomy) nightmare-themed Theta States. Immediately following at 7:45pm is Jeff Frumess’ (M is for Muffins) love-sick feature film debut,Romeos Distress. Starring NJ’s own Thomas Ryan (Faces,...

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Film Reviews: The Violent Shit Collection (2017)
Mar20

Film Reviews: The Violent Shit Collection (2017)

While I could do a retrospective covering one of the craziest series of films of all time, I think it would be a little repetitive. While the films vary in quality, plot, and acting, they are still independent micro-budget splatter-fests. I wouldn’t want to waste your time explaining thing like shot-on-video, practical effects, and the history behind European film censorship for a review of each film. I wouldn’t do a great...

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Hex Media Announces New Horror Anthology ‘FOR WE ARE MANY’
Mar20

Hex Media Announces New Horror Anthology ‘FOR WE ARE MANY’

Hex Media founder Lawrie Brewster and producer Alex Harron are developing the new anthology, described as ‘a collection of original, international horror shorts inspired by daemonology and the occult’. The film will feature a host of familiar names as well as providing an exciting opportunity for up-and-coming filmmakers to get involved. Among the directors already confirmed are FrightFest Alumni Liam Regan (Banjo), Brad...

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Film Review: Child Eater (2017)
Mar19

Film Review: Child Eater (2017)

Awhile back I reviewed a surprisingly well-done horror anthology film called Patient Seven. One of the directors on that film now has two feature length movies being distributed. Child Eater and Rift are the film titles to remember and Erlingur Thoroddsen is the director to remember. Child Eater is a suspenseful and action packed supernatural thriller. It truly surprised me. Walking into it, I imagined it being another one of those...

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