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THE MORTUARY COLLECTION (2020, SHUDDER) A Terrifying Tomb of Twisted Tales

Tonight, we review THE MORTUARY COLLECTION (2020, SHUDDER). Doc Rotten from Horror News Radio. Jeff Mohr from Decades of Horror: The Classic Era. And Crystal Cleveland, the Livin6Dead6irl from Decades of Horror: 1980s share their thoughts about this week’s awesome collection of streaming horror films. Joining the crew is Horror News Radio co-host, Dave Dreher! […]

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MONSTERLAND (2020, HULU) – A Gruesome Review

Tonight, we review MONSTERLAND (2020, HULU), a thrilling new anthology series coming to HULU in October. Doc Rotten from Horror News Radio. Jeff Mohr from Decades of Horror: The Classic Era. And Crystal Cleveland, the Livin6Dead6irl from Decades of Horror: 1980s share their thoughts about this week’s awesome collection of streaming horror films. Joining the […]

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Amazon Prime Brings The UK Horrors With New Anthology Series ‘Dark Ditties’

Do you like your horror with a decidedly British twist? Well, then I’ve got some great news for you. Amazon Prime has just premiered a brand new anthology series straight from the UK titled Dark Ditties. Four episodes are currently available – with a 5th coming in September. The four episodes are: “The Offer”: Seven […]

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Blood Moon Pictures Gives Us An Early Christmas Gift With The First Word On ’13 Slays Till X-mas’

Producer / Director P.J. Starks is one of my favorite dudes on the planet. His Volumes of Blood films are among a few of my “must watch” from time to time films and it’s exciting news to find out that he’s behind another anthology project. This one with a holiday theme. Titled 13 Slays Till […]

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Seven Directors, Seven Tales, And A Kick-Ass Trailer Make For A Killer ‘Scare Package’

I am a sucker for a good anthology film and over the last few years, we’ve had some good ones. Looks like we may have another title to add to the rotation of must-watch anthology goodness – it’s called Scare Package – and we’ve got a trailer. Whew! That was fun! So, here’s what we […]

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Take A Trip Back To The ’80’s In The Trailer For ‘The Trick Or Treat Picture Show’

No big secret that the 80’s – when it came to modern horror – was the decade of choice for the discriminating horror fan – those of us lucky enough to come of age during that new golden age of frights remember with great fondness the drive in, grindhouse cinema and good old VHS. A […]

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Trailer Teases The Horrors That Await Us In The New Anthology Film ‘Blood Clots’

Hitting Vimeo and Amazon on August 3rd – the new anthology film Blood Clots promises to bring us all some good old fashioned hard core gore.   From the press release: Horror anthology Blood Clots, starring Silence of the Lambs’ Brooke Smith, hemorrhages on VOD this August! Premiering on Vimeo and Amazon, August 3rd, Blood […]

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Stephen King Takes To The Skies In New Horror Anthology ‘Flight Or Fright’

Stephen King has his hands in a new horror anthology heading our way this fall from Cemetery Dance Publications.   With a title like ‘Flight Or Fright’ – you can pretty easily figure out where the horrors are going to be centered this time around. “Please fasten your seatbelts and return your tray table to […]

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“Empire State of the Dead” (2017): New Anthology Chronicling the Early Days of the Zombie Outbreak in New York State

Here is a neat way to showcase regional filmmakers.  Empire State of the Dead (2017) is a new anthology film chronicling the early days of a zombie outbreak in New York State. The twist is that each of the segments that make up the film is directed by a different New York State filmmaker. It […]

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“Torture Garden” (1967): A Horror Sideshow Where All the Acts Are Worth Catching

The fun thing with horror anthology films is that they are a bit like carnival sideshows – one is guaranteed to see a variety of oddities. Even if not all of the acts are hits, one almost always finds something one likes. With Amicus Productions’ Torture Garden (1967), director Freddie Francis and screenwriter Robert Bloch […]