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Adam Green’s ‘Hatchet’ Comics Return With Issue #1

Hatchet Comics

Victor Crowley is back! It’s been more than 10 years since Adam Green’s original Hatchet terrorized audiences in theaters nationwide. Eleven years and two sequels later, the folks at ArieScope debuted Hatchet Comics Issue #0. That was in April. Adam Green himself Tweets word that Issue #1 is now available for Pre-Order! About Hatchet Comics: Victory Crowley returns to terrorize …

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Poor Agnes (2017) – Fantasia Film Festival Review

Poor Agnes just saw its premiere at the Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal, and I had the privilege of viewing it. Starring Lora Burke and Robert Notman, Poor Agnes is an intense and unpredictable film. The relationship between victim and killer is never viewed as much more than one killing the other. These are still people, however, and relationships can be explored and …

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‘Union Furnace’ Gets A Release Date For DVD/Blu-Ray

Union Furnace is a horror thriller film from the folks at Metropol Pictures, and it is finally coming out on Blu-ray and DVD. Both the Blu-ray and DVD copies of the film will be available August 15th.  Directed by Nicholas Bushman, Union Furnace tells the story of a small-time crook named Cody who’s at the end of his rope, when a mysterious stranger …

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Interview with Rocky Gray: His Directorial Debut and Horror Film Composition

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Horror movies wouldn’t be the same without killer music. Who do we have to thank for that? The people who score the films, of course! Rocky Gray is best known for his involvement with the band Evanescence. However, lately he’s been rocking the horror world with his wicked music. In the last year, he’s composed music for The Barn and Volumes …

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Interview with ‘Descending’ Actress KateLynn Newberry

We’ve talked to quite a few people in the past few weeks who are involved with the upcoming horror film Descending… and we’re not done yet! This time, we got to chat with the lovely and incredibly talented KateLynn Newberry! She has been in many films, including Virgin Forest, Lady Krampus, New Blood Awakening, and more. See what’s she up …

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Top 5 Reasons to Watch ‘Night of Something Strange’

Recently, I saw the trailer on Facebook for the indie horror film Night of Something Strange. It looked absolutely fucking bonkers and I needed to see it as soon as possible! Luckily, I only had two days to wait until it was released on VOD, so my anticipation wasn’t stretched out too long. The film itself looked to be great, …

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‘A Night In The Cabin’ Debuts First Official Trailer

A Night In The Cabin

In 2015, Screenwriter Erik Kammerland and Director Johan Bodell had a vision. They set out to make a modestly budgeted horror film in Sweden using American talent. In 2016, filming commenced and that dream became a reality. Now, six months and one Kickstarter campaign later, the duo is proud to bring you the first official trailer for A Night In The …

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‘Book of Monsters’ Lets You Choose How Characters Die!

book of monsters

There’s always different ways that films get the audience to participate, but Stewart Sparke’s new film Book of Monsters is bringing in a whole new level of audience participation. The audience actually will get to choose how each of the characters dies!  Book of Monsters is about six strong women who must fight off a horde of monsters at an 18th …

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‘Volumes of Blood: Horror Stories’ to Drip this August!

Everyone knows by now that we’re huge fans of Volumes of Blood series. We’re excited to announce that Volumes of Blood: Horror Stories is going to be available to buy soon! Official Press Release: From hot genre label Dark Cuts comes a stirring volume of bloodcurdling horror from Blood Moon Pictures.  In the tradition of cult classics Creepshow and V/H/S, comes Volumes of Blood …

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Romero’s ‘Day of the Dead’ (1985): A Thought Provoking Classic

By sheer coincidence, George A. Romero — the iconic horror director — passed away just days before the 32nd anniversary of his classic Day of the Dead. The movie was released on July 19, 1985, and he died on July 16, 2017. Normally, I don’t say much about celebrity deaths, but this coincidence has an eerie ring to it, given the …

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