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Frankenstein Vs. The Mummy coming to DVD im February
27 January 2015 10:43 PM, PST
by Seth Metoyer
Check out the details and synopsis below.
From the official Details
Writer: Damien Leone
Director: Damien Leone
Synopsis: Dr. Victor Frankenstein and Egyptologist Naihla Khalil are both professors at a leading medical university. Victor’s latest grisly “experiment” is the re-animated corpse of a sadistic madman and Naihla’s most recent find is the cursed mummy of an evil pharaoh. When the two monsters face-off in an epic showdown, no one is safe from the slaughter. Can the murderous rampage be stopped and the carnage contained before it’s too late?
Banshee Chapter (2013) review
27 January 2015 10:29 PM, PST
Reviewed by Kevin Scott
Banshee Chapter (2013)
Directed by: Bair Erickson
“Banshee Chapter” exemplifies the phrase “Still Waters Run Deep”. The poster art lends to either some “Hellraiser” action with some skinned twisted Epicureans or it’s some sort of anatomical horror indie flick. I dunno. After writing a good many reviews by now, I always notice patterns about the things that I mention repeatedly. I realized that I’m a sucker for good poster art. That all too critical first impression that hooks you. “Banshee Chapter” ended up being nothing of what I thought it would be.
The opener shows a montage of legit footage about government mind control experiments. One in particular has been dubbed “Project MKUltra”. What singles this »
Book Review: ‘The Evil Inside’ (2014) by Philip Taffs
27 January 2015 10:23 PM, PST
Reviewed by Jesse Miller
The Evil Inside, the debut novel by Australian author Philip Taffs, is a nasty little psychological horror novel with an intriguing mystery at its core that starts to test the sanity of its good-natured protagonist.
After tragic circumstances, Guy Russell and his family swap the location of Melbourne, Australia for Manhattan, New York in order to change the scenery and jumpstart their life together – not only for his marriage but for the benefit of their young son Callum.
But all is not well! Tension is simmering between Guy and his wife Mia and something particularly sinister from Guy’s past threatens to infect his life and worse – infect his young son.
The first thing about The Evil Inside that stood out to me was the prose of the piece. It isn’t in love with its own words or trying to impress its audience »
First behind the scenes photos from horror film Massacre release
27 January 2015 10:04 PM, PST
by Seth Metoyer
The first photos from the horror flick Massacre have released. The film features members of Billy Idol, Samhain, Marilyn Manson and more. Check out the details and some behind the scenes images below.
From The Press Release:
Massacre, a bloody horror short from Deathaus Films recently completed shooting this past December. The film features rockstar cameos galore, with the two male leads being played by London May (Samhain) , and Billy Morrison (Billy Idol,The Cult). But if two rockstars wasn’t enough, the film also features a brief guest appearance by Jeordie White (Marilyn Manson) as a Street Detective, Rob Patterson (Korn, Filter, Otep) as a police officer and Jeff Hilliard (‘The Good life’) as a criminal.
Recap of 'Without Your Head Horror Radio' Interview with 'A Serbian Film' director Srdjan Spasojevic
27 January 2015 9:39 PM, PST
by Vic Schiavone
Without Your Head Horror Radio hosts Nasty Neal and Annabelle Lecter welcomed Serbian filmmaker Srdjan Spasojevic to Wyh Horror Radio for a rare hour-long interview on March 13, 2014 . Srdjan is best known as the director of the controversial movie A Serbian Film (review).
Highlights included the following:
• Nn: In the early stages of “A Serbian Film”, was it always the intent that the movie would be a metaphor for life and art in Serbia, or did you just want to make a movie?
SS: “For me, it’s let’s make a movie. I was never much of an analyst or a critic or reviewer guy. I’m trying to make a film, and to say or just to incorporate my feelings inside it. So it’s on other people, people who are analysts or movie critics, to talk about that. For me, the beginning was let’s make a movie. »