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Comic Review: Puppet Master #8

After the harrowing and bold new take on the mythology with “Rebirth,” Puppet Master has gone back to basics with this next issue—in quite a few ways. Not only does it seem to be a more traditional so...

Alice in Murderland

Horrible Films for Horrible People: Alice in Murderland (2010)

Before I can even go any further…did you see what I’m reviewing today? Alice in Murderland. That’s right, Murderland! I was in the mood for a slasher and this title caught my eye, so...

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Comic Review: Angel & Faith #14

For those who have not been reading, Angel & Faith it follows the vampire with a soul as he tries to assert himself as the protector of an small area of London that has become known as “Magic Town...

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Review–Hooked Up

I’m not sure if I’ve mentioned this but I absolutely love the found-footage genre. Even though it may be gimmicky, found footage films suck me in and make me stay until the very end. Hooke...

Frankenstein vs. The Mummy

Frankenstein vs. The Mummy [Advance Review]

Directed by Damien Leone, Frankenstein vs. The Mummy is a fairly straightforward movie pitting two iconic horror legends against one another for the very first time. The film is set in the present day...

The movie poster for Dan T. Halls Asylum: The Lost Footage.

Asylum: The Lost Footage is Tragically Flawed

Directed by Dan T. Hall, Asylum: The Lost Footage, isn’t sure what type of movie it is. It has schizophrenic tendencies–switching from documentary-style interviews to found footage to normal nar...

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Review: Nightbreed: The Director’s Cut

Clive Barker burst onto the horror scene with his three-volume short story collection The Books of Blood. He cemented his place as a major force in the genre with his 1987 film Hellraiser, based on hi...

DVD cover for Scott Schirmer's Found.

Found is a Visceral and Disturbing Journey [Review]

Found focuses on Marty, a seemingly normal fifth grader. He excels in school and stays out of trouble. But beneath the surface, there are a series of problems that are causing him to slowly unravel. H...

Poster for Peter Hyams' Stay Tuned.

Stay Tuned Effectively Warns Against the Evils of Too Much TV

Stay Tuned finds Roy Knable and his wife Helen on the verge of divorce. They no longer communicate and Roy has a constant preoccupation with television. After their TV set breaks, Roy purchases a new ...

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