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You Don’t Have To Wait Till The End Of The Month To Get A Taste Of The New Season Of ‘Channel Zero: The Dream Door’

You all fans of the SYFY Channel horror series Channel Zero? I’ve found all three seasons to be solid, strange, and at times creepy little segments of fun. The latest season premieres later this month on SYFY but….you can watch the first episode right now. CLICK HERE and check out episode one – titled Ashes […]

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New Puppet Master Trailer Brings The Puppet Mayhem

As I’ve been reporting over the last few months – the big screen reboot of the Puppet Master franchise has been in the works and today we’ve got our first look at the fruits of those labors as the Red Band trailer for Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich has finally dropped and damn – is […]

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[Podcast] From Beyond (1986) – Episode 129 – Decades of Horror 1980s

 “It ate him… bit off his head… like a gingerbread man!” Dr. Crawford Tillinghast (Jeffrey Combs) is mystified by the powers of creatures coming from The Resonator in From Beyond. The second HP Lovecraft adaptation from writer/director Stuart Gordon didn’t blow up cult audiences nearly as much as Re-Animator upon its initial release. Yet, this feature adaptation […]

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“Day of Reckoning” (2016): Syfy Original With Hordes of CGI Demons Makes Its Way to VOD

If you missed Day of Reckoning (2016) when it first showed on Syfy back in October 2016, you can now catch it on most of the major Video on Demand providers in the United States and Canada. Written by Big Ass Spider scribe Gregory Gieras and featuring genre favorite Barbara Crampton, it is the story […]

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“Beyond the Gates” (2016 – Knoxville Horror Film Festival): Delivers with VHS Nostalgia and Blood-soaked Gore

More an homage to the VHS age of 80’s and 90’s horror films than a throwback, Beyond the Gates from director Jackson Stewart is steeped in nostalgia and retro-atmosphere. With a plot that follows a pair of brothers uncovering an old VHS game with deadly consequences, the film embraces the cheese factor and the gore […]

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“Blood Brothers” (2016): Hannah Levien Shines Through the Campy Dialog and Stylized Violence

Originally titled The Divine Tragedies, Blood Brothers is based on the true crime story of Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb, two wealthy students attending the University of Chicago who thought their superior intelligence would allow them to get away with the perfect murder. Several films and plays have been based on this story, the most […]