Month: March 2018

SYNOPSIS: Mercenary Gold is sent from the CIA to seize the laser expert Braun in Cuba, before the KGB catches him. A recently stolen giant diamond could be used together with Braun’s knowledge to construct a laser cannon which could bring power over the whole world. Who will succeed: CIA or KGB – or none
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Horrornews.net 03/31/2018 News FROM THE DIRECTOR OF WE ARE STILL HERE COMES MOHAWK 2017, 92 minutes, color Comes to Blu-ray and DVD on April 10th  Starring Kaniehtiio Horn (Hemlock Grove), Justin Rain (Fear the Walking Dead), and Eamon Farren (Twin Peaks: The Return) along with Noah Segan (Looper), Jonathan Huber (WWE Superstar Luke Harper), Robert Longstreet (I Don’t Feel at Home in this
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Gypsy Blood By Jeff Gunhus Seven Guns Press 286 Pages Corbin Stewart is an author that has looked directly into the eyes of adversity and realized the greatest fear of any writer. He’s submerged deep into the fray of writer’s block. Having already received a handsome advance from his publishing company and blown through most
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PRONG Releases Official Music Video for “Forced Into Tolerance”! Catch PRONG LIVE on ZERO DAYS TOURFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 27, 2018 – American Power Trio PRONG has premiered the official music video for “Forced Into Tolerance,” off of their 2017 released Zero Days on Blabbermouth. “Prong is happy to team with Blabbermouth to premiere the
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REVIEW: More short films, kiddies! Today we have MIDNIGHT CLEAR, written by John Jesensky and Joe Russo, and directed by Joe Russo. Christmas Eve. Such a magical night, is it not? Proud father David (Kurt Kubicek) surveys the home all dressed for the holidays. The tree, the lights, the gifts all piled up…it’s perfect. However,
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SYNOPSIS: Convicted cop-killer Carl Lucas, aka Frankenstein, is a superstar driver in the brutal prison yard demolition derby known as Death Race. Only one victory away from winning freedom for himself and his pit crew. REVIEW: According to this film, in a world that is supposed to be our own, the number one spectator sport
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SYNOPSIS: New England, 1630: William and Katherine lead a devout Christian life, homesteading on the edge of an impassible wilderness, with five children. When their newborn son mysteriously vanishes and their crops fail, the family begins to turn on one another. REVIEW: It seems like every year brings us a new horror film that’s supposed
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SYNOPSIS: The year is 2033, three years prior an infection, a virus, or a bacteriological attack wiped out almost 90% of the global population REVIEW: Apparently, the only reason that New Order managed to get made was due to Italian director Marco Rosson’s ‘savings and sacrifices’, although a massive help came in the form of
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  SYNOPSIS: Young and successful author and Professor David Hilton is a world-renowned expert on mythology. When his friend and colleague Dr. Kixley, who is in India looking for an ancient relic known as the Eye of Kali that allows the possessor to see the souls of men, suddenly disappears David is enlisted to go
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SYNOPSIS: An ambitious young model, in a dead-end town, accepts an invitation for a glamor shoot from an unknown and eccentric photographer. As soon as she arrives at the secluded location, she realizes that something’s very wrong. REVIEW:Well folks, I think I may have just found the perfect alternative to taking sleeping pills to sleep.
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SYNOPSIS A cannibalistic family led by a disfigured man in a bunny suit, wreak havoc in the backwoods. REVIEW:In 1974, director Tobe Hooper unleashed a film upon the world that would change the face of horror forever. Thirty seven years later, young filmmakers are still inspired by this film. There have been great films like
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SYNOPSIS: 3 choices. 2 sides. 1 truth. REVIEW: More short films, kiddies! Today we have PRONOIA, written and directed by Nick Efteriades. Our story focuses on two characters meeting in a hotel lobby. It doesn’t seem like they know each other, yet they do seem to be here for the same reason. As their conversation
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SYNOPSIS:George, convinced a ghost killed his family, hires Robert, a talented Medium frustrated by his job. As the dead return to tell of ghostly seduction, demonic rage, and brutal murder, Robert discovers a horror more real than any ghost story. REVIEW: Director – Matthew LawrenceStarring – Paul McEwan, Kenneth G. Hodgson, Laura O’Donoughue I love
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SYNOPSIS: Ronnie and Sara are roommates as well as best friends (though it seems that Ronnie wants to take their relationship to the next level). Sara leaves one night to go see her mother (and sort of boyfriend) for the weekend, leaving Ronnie lonely and depressed. She gets even more depressed after getting a cryptic
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SYNOPSIS: A deaf girl is brutalized by a murderous gang who are then hunted by her when the bloodthirsty spirit of an Apache warrior inhabits her lifeless body. REVIEW: Originally going under the name ‘Savaged’, Avenged is a low-budget exploitation from Michael S. Ojeda that manages to provide a new twist of the rape revenge
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SYNOPSIS: “In a highly structured and bureaucratic state, the government has installed extreme and highly counterproductive measures for which to track down terrorists. A ‘bug’ in the system mixes up the last name of a terrorist (Tuttle) and an innocent man (ironically enough Buttle). Thus, the wrong man (Buttle) is arrested and killed while Tuttle
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SYNOPSIS: Serial murderer Jean (Marc Barbé) preys on prostitutes, prowling the backwoods of France for his helpless victims. He meets Claire (Elina Löwensohn) and her sister Christine (Géraldine Voillat) when they hitch a ride after their car breaks down. It doesn’t take long for the women to realize that there’s a madman behind the wheel.
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SYNOPSIS: Theo and Rachel are twin siblings who move in with their aunt and uncle in Auckland after the tragic death of their mother. Once there they meet Mr. Jones, a reclusive older man who isn’t quite what he seems. The twins soon learn that a dark force that dwells underneath a series of volcanoes
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SYNOPSIS: Two detectives must catch a serial killer, but their only chance to find him, is to solve the case of missing girl who disappeared 15 years ago. REVIEW: Francesca is an Argentinian giallo thriller from director Luciano Onetti (co-written with brother Nicolas Onetti; this is Luciano’s second film, his first being Sonno Profondo/Deep Sleep).
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SYNOPSIS: A behind the scenes look at the exploitation movement of cinema in the Philippines throughout the 1970’s and 80’s. REVIEW: Directed By: Mark HartleyStarring: Carmen Argenziano, Allan Arkush, John Ashley, Judith Brown, Steve Carver, Roger Corman, Gerardo De Leon, Eddie Garcia, Pam Grier, Sid Haig Ever secretly wondered about all of those campy, drive
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SYNOPSIS: Detective Lucas McCarthy is plagued with a troublesome past. Relieved of active duty pending a psychological evaluation Lucas suffers from insomnia, hellacious nightmares and a gradual loosening grip on reality. After apprehending mass murderer Max Jenke in an epic showdown the dedicated officer was unable to save his final victim, a young girl beheaded
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SYNOPSIS: Invisible aliens in a tiny flying saucer come to Earth looking for heroin. They land on top of a New York apartment inhabited by a drug dealer and her female, androgynous, bisexual nymphomaniac lover, a fashion model. The aliens soon find the human pheromones created in the brain during orgasm preferable to heroin, and
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