[Contest] The Craft Swag Bag Giveaway from Comet TV

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Horror Fans and Sci-Fi Geek unite in January on COMET TV with the addition of The Craft, Labyrinth, Bubba Ho-Tep and more. To celebrate, COMET TV is teaming up with Horror News Radio and Gruesome Magazine to giveaway a COMET TV The Craft Swag Bag Giveaway.  Comet TV is available on many HD antennas, Cable Companies, Roku, and […]

“Don’t Look in the Basement” (1973): Drive-in Classic Starts Slow but Redeems Itself With a Brutal Finale

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A good ending can often redeem what would otherwise be a less-than-stellar film. Such is the case with S.F. Brownrigg’s drive-in classic Don’t Look in the Basement (1973) (also known as The Forgotten and Death Ward 13). Based on a lesser-known story by Edgar Allan Poe, it is the tale of a young nurse who […]

“The Tell-Tale Heart: Sisters” (2016): Updated Take on a Poe Classic Proves to Be an Eerie Affair

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  As potential viewers might guess from this short horror film’s title, The Tell-Tale Heart: Sisters is an adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s famous short story “The Tell-Tale Heart.” Writer/director Christine Parker based her screenplay on that renowned tale, adding a dash of “Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?” as well as her own twisted ideas. […]

“Tales of Poe” (2014): Edgar Allan Poe’s Classic Tales In Good Hands In This Anthology Collection

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One of my first horror-related passions was reading Edgar Allan Poe, so I was thrilled to have the opportunity to review Tales of Poe, an anthology film based on his writings. The movie contains three chapters, each of which is based on Poe’s prose with a few twists added to flesh out the stories and […]

“Tales of Poe” (2015): Contemporary Retelling of Classic Poe Tales

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I have always been a fan of Edgar Allan Poe though not a die-hard fan, only a casual one. I do have a collection of his works but have not read all of them as his writing style at times were a little hard to read. Personally, I always preferred his spiritual successor H.P. Lovecraft but really […]