• Slaughterhouse Rock (1988) – Toni Basil DEMONIC HORROR MOVIE REVIEW

    By Geno McGahee For years, I wanted to see SLAUGHTERHOUSE ROCK. It had some neat cover art and was released in 1988…a great time for movies. For a while, it seemed like it would be my destiny to never see this film. I had gone to the video store when I was much younger and [...]

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  • Exists (2014) – BIGFOOT HORROR MOVIE REVIEW

    By Geno McGahee In 1999, the face of horror changed. An independent and original film was unleashed on the public that captured the imagination of every horror fan and created a buzz that has rarely been seen. THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT, a film written and directed by Eduardo Sanchez, brought the idea of “found footage” [...]

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  • Paganini Horror (1989) – Italian Hard to Find Horror

    By Melissa Antoinette Garza I had never heard of this film, but my brother Geno saw a trailer and secured a copy. It’s an Italian horror which is very similar in certain ways to a Dario Argento film. The colors, setting and atmosphere all made me think of both Suspiria (1977) and Demons (1985). The [...]

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  • Heavy Metal Massacre (1989) – Micro Budget SOV HORROR MOVIE REVIEW

    By Geno McGahee Oh, the 1980s…what a great and glorious time for both music and film. The connection between horror films and heavy metal music was evident and when the two joined forces, it was hard to beat. Films like BLACK ROSES, TRICK OR TREAT, SHOCK’EM DEAD and TERROR ON TOUR brought it and played [...]

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  • The Entity (1982) – True Story GHOST RAPE – HORROR MOVIE REVIEW

    By Geno McGahee I haven’t seen THE ENTITY in about 20 years. I remember it really had an impact on the younger version of me. It’s not every day that you see a woman repeatedly raped by a ghost. It took me that long to have the courage to watch this again. I also found [...]

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  • Outlaw Prophet: Warren Jeffs (2014) – Redbox Rental Made-For-TV Docudrama

    By Melissa Antionette Garza Full disclosure, I don’t know too much about Warren Jeffs. That said, I do know all that I wish to about the man. I know he’s a real life villain who beats Freddy Krueger on the child molesting front. My entire understanding from what I’ve read and seen on the news [...]

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  • Mischief Night (2013) – Strange Horror Movie – Redbox Rental Review

    By Melissa Antoinette Garza   My brother bought a DVD 2 pack which had the surprisingly great film All Hallows Eve (2013) and Mischief Night (2013) which I had never seen before. The cover looked interesting enough and the movie began with a promising open sequence. A woman is in a bathtub together celebrating a [...]

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  • Leprechaun: Origins (2014) – Redbox Rental WWE Horror Film Review

    By Melissa Antoinette Garza   Recently, I’ve noticed that WWE is fairing much better in the film industry than in wrestling. I grew up watching pro-wrestling. I absolutely love it and have even subscribed to the WWE Network, though I’m disappointed that Tuesday Night Titans is nowhere to be found. I wish the channel was [...]

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  • Robocop 3 (1993) – Cyborg SCI-FI ACTION MOVIE REVIEW…CREEP!

    By Geno McGahee What the fuck? I could end my review right there. ROBOCOP 3 is a movie that I owned for some time but never had the courage to put it into my DVD player and watch. This is the only entry in the original series that does not feature Peter Weller. In 1993, [...]

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  • Detour (1945) – Noir Style MOVIE REVIEW

    By Forris Day JR In classic noir style the 1945 film “Detour” chronicles the cross country travels of a down and out nightclub piano player, Al Roberts (Tom Neal), from New York City as he tries to reach his girlfriend in Hollywood California. Roberts has a good life tickling the ivories in a dive bar [...]

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Slaughterhouse Rock (1988) – Toni Basil DEMONIC HORROR MOVIE REVIEW

By Geno McGahee For years, I wanted to see SLAUGHTERHOUSE ROCK. It had some neat cover art and was released in 1988…a great time for movies. For a while, it seemed like it would be my destiny to never see this film. I had gone to the video store when I was much younger and [...]

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“Last Supper” is only the Beginning for Indie Director Param Gill – MOVIE NEWS

Director Param Gill’s independent dramedy feature film, “Last Supper,” recently won five top awards at the 22nd San Francisco Global Movie Fest in San Jose, Calif. The film is due for release in theaters on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 27, 2014.  For more information on “Last Supper” and additional projects, visit the website at www.LastSupperMovie.com. The [...]

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ave Mercy Premiere New Song “Two Years” on MTV – MUSIC NEWS

Watch The Music Video for “Howl” Here: http://bit.ly/howlvideo Album Now Available For Pre-Order Here Have Mercy has premiered “Two Years,” the third single off their upcoming album A Place of Our Own, today with MTV! Stream “Two Years” now here:  http://havemercy.mtv.com, and check out MTV’s write up for the song here: http://on.mtv.com/1vCSVG1. A Place Of Our Own [...]

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DAVID YOUNG AND GEORGE HARRISON OF THE BEATLES – Book News

David Young Never Believed in Ghosts He Didn’t Believe in Channeling And He was Too Young to Have Been a Beatles Fan So Why Did the Late George Harrison Contact Him? There is no doubt that Grammy-nominated double flute player / singer/songwriter David Young is talented…Talented enough to earn a standing ovation started by Paul [...]

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Acclaimed Documentary Alive Inside Comes to Blu-Ray and DVD November 18

City Drive Films has announced the upcoming November 18th, 2014 Blu-Ray and DVD release of filmmaker Michael Rossato- Bennett’s ALIVE INSIDE: A Story of Music and Memory. One of the most honored documentaries of the year, ALIVE INSIDE is a joyous cinematic exploration of music’s capacity to reawaken our souls and uncover the deepest parts [...]

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Television on the Wild, Wild Web by Marx H. Pyle – BOOK REVIEW

By Forris Day JR Author Marx H. Pyle assembles lots of helpful information in his book “Television on the Wild, Wild Web”. The book teaches anyone how to create a web series from concept to distribution. The book can be used by filmmakers of course, but it is also aimed at marketing folks and business [...]

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Exists (2014) – BIGFOOT HORROR MOVIE REVIEW

By Geno McGahee In 1999, the face of horror changed. An independent and original film was unleashed on the public that captured the imagination of every horror fan and created a buzz that has rarely been seen. THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT, a film written and directed by Eduardo Sanchez, brought the idea of “found footage” [...]

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Paganini Horror (1989) – Italian Hard to Find Horror

By Melissa Antoinette Garza I had never heard of this film, but my brother Geno saw a trailer and secured a copy. It’s an Italian horror which is very similar in certain ways to a Dario Argento film. The colors, setting and atmosphere all made me think of both Suspiria (1977) and Demons (1985). The [...]

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Foxcatcher | Theatrical Trailer Debut – MOVIE NEWS

FOXCATCHER – In Theaters November 14, 2014 ————————— Starring: Steve Carell, Channing Tatum, Mark Ruffalo, Vanessa Redgrave, Sienna Miller and Anthony Michael Hall Directed by: Bennett Miller Written by: E. Max Frye and Dan Futterman Synopsis Based on true events, FOXCATCHER tells the dark and fascinating story of the unlikely and ultimately tragic relationship between [...]

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DIABOLICAL Sneak Peek: Ali Larter Stars in Horror Thriller – HORROR MOVIE NEWS

THE DIABOLICAL is the petrifying new film from hot genre producer Ross Dinerstein, the man behind ‘The Pact’ franchise and Xavier Gens’ cult favorite ‘The Divide.’ Executive Producers are Content’s Jamie Carmichael and Preferred Content’s Kevin Iwashina. Directed by Alistair Legrand, the film follows Madison (Ali Larter) and her children in their quiet suburban home [...]

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JOURNALS OF HORROR: Found Footage on Paper Coming This Halloween – HORROR NEWS

In 1999, The Blair Witch Project ushered in  a new sub-genre of horror called Found Footage. And while Blair Witch is credited for bringing attention to the first person POV, found footage style of film-making, there were films shot like it before 1999, going back as early to 1998′s The Last Broadcast and back even [...]

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Heavy Metal Massacre (1989) – Micro Budget SOV HORROR MOVIE REVIEW

By Geno McGahee Oh, the 1980s…what a great and glorious time for both music and film. The connection between horror films and heavy metal music was evident and when the two joined forces, it was hard to beat. Films like BLACK ROSES, TRICK OR TREAT, SHOCK’EM DEAD and TERROR ON TOUR brought it and played [...]