• Child’s Play (1988) – The Classic Killer Doll Movie

    By Melissa Antoinette Garza   Since the first movie, I have been addicted to the Child’s Play franchise. I was 9 years old when the original came out. Back then, certain scenes definitely freaked me out, but I just couldn’t turn away. I enjoy the entire series. Even Child Play 3 (1991) and Seed of [...]

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  • Child’s Play 2 (1990) – Chucky Killer Doll HORROR MOVIE REVIEW

    By Geno McGahee In 1988, CHILD’S PLAY introduced a new horror character that captured the imagination of the public. When the sequel was announced, the horror community rejoiced. I remember going to the video store and even they had promotional posters for the upcoming film. When it was eventually released on VHS, the video stores [...]

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  • Arnold Schwarzenegger: BEST FILMS & WORST FILMS – Predator, Terminator, Running Man, Batman & Robin & More

    By Geno McGahee I’m a huge action fan, but there are several forms of action films. You can’t compare a DEATH WISH film or DIRTY HARRY film to what Arnold Schwarzenegger puts out. Arnold is in a class of his own, more or less, making what I refer to as “super action” films. It’s not [...]

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  • Halloween (1978) – Michael Myers, John Carpenter, SLASHER HORROR MOVIE REVIEW

    By Geno McGahee “He came home.”–Dr. Sam Loomis (Donald Pleasence) When you speak of classic horror films, John Carpenter’s Halloween has to rank right up there. This is a great movie all around, featuring a great pace, great camera work, excellent dialogue and superb acting all the way around. Donald Pleasence as “Dr. Sam Loomis” [...]

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  • Short Subjects -Spotlight on Issac Carey Nejako

    Reviewed By Stephen Ray Garza Horror shorts often, pardon the expression, get short changed in the reviewing community. It’s nigh impossible to give many of them “proper” reviews as the truncated length doesn’t give a writer much to comment on. With this in mind, I will try to highlight the creators and their works. Giving [...]

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  • The Sublime and Beautiful (2014) – movie review

    By Forris Day JR “The Sublime and Beautiful” is a dark film written and directed by TV and film veteran Blake Robbins. Robbins also plays the lead character David Conrad. Conrad is a family man with a wife and three kids. By day he is a college professor with a sexy young love interest on [...]

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  • The Channeler (1990) -Lost Horror Better Left Unfound – Movie Review

    By Melissa Antoinette Garza   Some horror movies will add a fair amount of comedy within their film which can either be an asset or a complete disaster. In The Channeler, the unfunny, awful jokes was only one of many faults with the overall production. Like many movies within the genre that aggravate me the [...]

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  • Syngenor (1990) – Reptile Solider Monster HORROR MOVIE REVIEW

    By Geno McGahee I love a good monster movie and you can’t do much better than the 1990 gem, SYNGENOR. I don’t think that gem is a strong enough word. This film was so much fun that I wanted to cheer and I did cheer. I was cheering for the monsters. SYNGENOR is a sequel [...]

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  • CINEMA EPOCH LAUNCHES HORROR SERIES ON HALLOWEEN: SCARED STIFF COLLECTION – 11 Films Begin A New Day for Horror

    CINEMA EPOCH LAUNCHES HORROR SERIES ON HALLOWEEN: SCARED STIFF COLLECTION – 11 Films Begin A New Day for Horror FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Horror fans have been demanding quality scares and CINEMA EPOCH has answered the call with the “SCARED STIFF COLLECTION,” a series of award-winning feature films being launched with 11 titles unleashed on [...]

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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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CINEMA EPOCH LAUNCHES HORROR SERIES ON HALLOWEEN: SCARED STIFF COLLECTION – 11 Films Begin A New Day for Horror

CINEMA EPOCH LAUNCHES HORROR SERIES ON HALLOWEEN: SCARED STIFF COLLECTION – 11 Films Begin A New Day for Horror FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Horror fans have been demanding quality scares and CINEMA EPOCH has answered the call with the “SCARED STIFF COLLECTION,” a series of award-winning feature films being launched with 11 titles unleashed on [...]

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Child’s Play (1988) – The Classic Killer Doll Movie

By Melissa Antoinette Garza   Since the first movie, I have been addicted to the Child’s Play franchise. I was 9 years old when the original came out. Back then, certain scenes definitely freaked me out, but I just couldn’t turn away. I enjoy the entire series. Even Child Play 3 (1991) and Seed of [...]

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Child’s Play 2 (1990) – Chucky Killer Doll HORROR MOVIE REVIEW

By Geno McGahee In 1988, CHILD’S PLAY introduced a new horror character that captured the imagination of the public. When the sequel was announced, the horror community rejoiced. I remember going to the video store and even they had promotional posters for the upcoming film. When it was eventually released on VHS, the video stores [...]

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Historical Dictionary of Science Fiction in Literature by M. Keith Booker – BOOK REVIEW

By Forris Day JR Science fiction writing has been around since Mary Shelly wrote “Frankenstein” and perhaps even longer. Although the term “science fiction” did not exist until many years after Shelly created her horror icon monster, that is what she penned; a science fiction story. The “Historical Dictionary of Science Fiction in Literature” is [...]

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Arnold Schwarzenegger: BEST FILMS & WORST FILMS – Predator, Terminator, Running Man, Batman & Robin & More

By Geno McGahee I’m a huge action fan, but there are several forms of action films. You can’t compare a DEATH WISH film or DIRTY HARRY film to what Arnold Schwarzenegger puts out. Arnold is in a class of his own, more or less, making what I refer to as “super action” films. It’s not [...]

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Paranormal Activity: Filmmaker Manuel Eiras Gonzalez Speaks about his EVIL LEGACY – Horror Movie News

Interview by Geno McGahee In 2007, PARANORMAL ACTIVITY was released and it re-ignited the found footage sub-genre and became one of the most popular recent franchises. Many found footage have arisen since. One of the best to come along is the atmospheric and scary “EVIL LEGACY,” by filmmaker, Manuel Eiras Gonzalez. CINEMA EPOCH is unleashing [...]

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Richard Pepperman: Author of Everything I Know About Filmmaking I Learned Watching Seven Samurai Speaks

Podcast by Forris Day JR Today Forris talks with Richard Pepperman author of “Everything I Know About Filmmaking I Learned Watching Seven Samurai”. Pepperman has written many books on filmmaking and this latest offering dissects the classic film “Seven Samarai” and teaches us how the movie contains examples of techniques that can make your film [...]

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THE DARK VALLEY premieres On Demand November 4 – MOVIE NEWS

Film Movement (www.filmmovement.com), the New York-based film distribution company, announces that THE DARK VALLEY premieres On Demand on all cable and digital platforms on November 4, alongside three additional titles available exclusively On Demand this month. French character study NIGHTS WITH THEODORE; CAM GIRL, a sexy Italian drama, and Turkish romantic comedy LOVE ME, all [...]

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Halloween (1978) – Michael Myers, John Carpenter, SLASHER HORROR MOVIE REVIEW

By Geno McGahee “He came home.”–Dr. Sam Loomis (Donald Pleasence) When you speak of classic horror films, John Carpenter’s Halloween has to rank right up there. This is a great movie all around, featuring a great pace, great camera work, excellent dialogue and superb acting all the way around. Donald Pleasence as “Dr. Sam Loomis” [...]

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Calloused Hands Theatrical Release Set for November 14th at the Laemmle Theatre in Pasadena – MOVIE NEWS

Award winning feature film Calloused Hands theatrical release set for November 14th at the Laemmle Theatre in Pasadena Calloused Hands has received an award for the best feature film at Fingal Film Festival and the Hearts, Mind, Soul Award at Rhode Island Film Festival The film will screen at the Laemmle Theatre in Pasadena from [...]

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Short Subjects -Spotlight on Issac Carey Nejako

Reviewed By Stephen Ray Garza Horror shorts often, pardon the expression, get short changed in the reviewing community. It’s nigh impossible to give many of them “proper” reviews as the truncated length doesn’t give a writer much to comment on. With this in mind, I will try to highlight the creators and their works. Giving [...]

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Shriekfest announces it’s 2014 Winners! – HORROR MOVIE NEWS

Shriekfest, the Los Angeles International Film Festival & Screenplay Competiton was a huge success! Denise Gossett, festival director, once again hosted Shriekfest Oct 2-5th at Raleigh Studios in Hollywood. Shriekfest screened 42 films and had 30 screenplay finalists & 8 original song finalists. “Berkshire County” directed by Audrey Cummings took the Grand Jury prize for Best Horror [...]

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Revenge of the Green Dragons | Now Playing & on DirecTV!

REVENGE OF THE GREEN DRAGONS NOW In Select Theaters and on DirecTV In the vein of crime classics like MEAN STREETS and INFERNAL AFFAIRS, REVENGE OF THE GREEN DRAGONS follows two immigrant brothers Sonny (Justin Chon) and Steven (Kevin Wu) who survive the impoverished despair of New York in the 1980s by joining Chinatown gang [...]