Friday , 2 December 2016

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A Bloody Good Time at New York City Horror Film Festival

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Let the bodies hit the floor! The only thing that beats watching a killer horror film for the countless fans of the genre is seeing it with a bunch of others that share the same passion for frightful fare. For the 14th year, the New York City Horror Film Festival is the perfect antidote for those already suffering from Halloween ... Read More »

Heroism and Hope amidst Horrors of War – Hacksaw Ridge -review

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“While everybody else is taking life, I’m gonna be saving it.” The zombie apocalypse, a haunted house, the bowels of Hell, a Trump presidency – all very frightening scenarios that make, or could make, for some scary horror films. While hopefully no one will ever have to experience any of those things, in the real world, there is nothing more terrifying than the ... Read More »

R.I.P., Zacherley, the Cool Ghoul

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It is with a very heavy and bloody heart that we lament the passing of a true icon of horror, the legendary John Zacherle, aka, Zacherley, the Cool Ghoul. Zach died in his Upper West Side apartment in New York City on Thursday at the age of 98. Radio and TV host, DJ, actor, recording artist and all around super ... Read More »

The Walking Dread’s gut-wrenching return

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“I’m gonna kill you….not today, not tomorrow….but I’m gonna kill you.” OK, well, we’ll just see about that. Now that the entire world has had a chance to see The Walking Dead‘s season 7 premiere, and we’ve had a chance to process what transpired, it’s time to take a look at what just happened, and what this means for the ... Read More »

Batter Up on Walking Dead – Who strikes out?

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“Eenie meenie miney moe.” It’s the greatest cliffhanger in the history of what is currently television’s most popular (and best) show. Not since “Who Shot J.R.?” over 36 years ago have home viewers been faced with such a seemingly endless wait for an answer to a season-ending shocker. Whereas everyone knew it was J.R. who got shot on Dallas back ... Read More »

Fear the Spheres! Phantasm: Ravager – review

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“I can’t tell what’s real anymore, because of him.” The mortician from hell, the Tall Man, ice cream vendor turned soldier, Reggie, the beleaguered Mike, the pesky zombie dwarves and those shiny, metal, deadly spheres are all back for the ultimate battle for the future of mankind. Phantasm: Ravager, marks the fifth and final film in the wildly original horror franchise and ... Read More »

A Day at New York Comic Con

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As the amount of entertainment content, and the sources which bring it to us, continues to grow, so do the conventions which celebrate it. Providing a place where people from all walks of life can come together to share their love for movies, TV, videogames, new technology, and yes, comics, these comic cons also give people the opportunity to dress up as ... Read More »

New Godzilla roars into theaters! – Shin Godzilla – review

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Toho’s 29th entry in its long-running GODZILLA franchise, Shin Godzilla (also known as Godzilla Resurgence), is perhaps the most intellectually mature film in the series, easily matching the depth and power of the original Gojira from 1954. Already a colossal hit in Japan, here in the states it opened to special previews on October 3rd in Los Angeles and October ... Read More »

All aboard zombie actioner Train to Busan! – review

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Zombies have been all the rage for quite some time now in movies, television, comic books and videogames. The Dawn of the Dead remake, Zombieland, World War Z, the juggernaut, The Walking Dead, iZombie, Z Nation, even Game of Thrones, Left 4 Dead, Call of Duty and many others, have taken what once was a niche subgenre of horror and spread its ... Read More »

R.I.P., Herschell Gordon Lewis, Godfather of Gore

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The Gore 4 deeply laments the passing of one of horror’s greats, Herschell Gordon Lewis, the Godfather of Gore. He died early Monday, September 26 in his sleep at the age of 90 at his home in Pompano Beach, Florida. (Most sources list Lewis’ age at 87, but Something Weird Video, which releases many of his films, states that he celebrated his ... Read More »