Month: April 2018

Psycho is a well-known slot machine game based on the 1960 Universal Studio movie directed by Alfred Hitchcock, provided by NextGen gaming software provider. Even if you have seen the movie and know what to expect you will feel a chill up your spine at the sight of the wipers fighting off the rain as
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  SYNOPSIS: A “super volcano” lying dormant for thousands of years under Yellowstone National Park is threatening to erupt and wipe out much of North America. As lava explodes through the park, Yellowstone’s top scientist and a fearless park ranger work frantically together on a plan to save not only the park, but the entire
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SYNOPSIS: Inspector Nick Cafmeyer seems to have it all – looks, brains and a successful career. But a dark cloud hangs over his life: since the age of nine, he has been haunted by the unsolved disappearance of his younger brother, Bjorn. Plettinckx, a known sex offender, was questioned but quickly released. Plettinckx lives close
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It’s becoming more and more evident to me that our time on this planet is limited. It’s a strange thing, this 2012 rhetoric. I’m not one to easily buy into doomsday theories, but the last couple of months have been un-relentless with signs of the apocalypse. You need only look to the skies to see
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Welcome to the wonderful world of Unexplained Confidential. This is the column that you come to when you want to look beyond the movies, and find out the reality that The Exorcist and Poltergeist films are based on -or- when you want to learn the difference between Ghostbusters and Ghosthunters. Today, we talk with Rosalyn
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In the bog, there is a horror writer who doesn’t know he’s a horror writer. There’s a great deal of paranoia involved when writing the paranormal. As I type one letter at a time, I feel as if my soul starts to empty into the computer. Time becomes irrelevant. It may take me an hour
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UFO ISSUES NOT ADDRESSED AT THE STATE OF THE UNION White House Press Association has blocked any and all questions to President Obama regarding Extraterrestrials and UFO’s. Press Secretary Robert Gibbs seems to be in the front end of this most recent cover-up attempt. They’ve created a internal “self-censorship” operation that is designed to allow
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SYNOPSIS: Four friends discover that an urban legend about a seductive phantom hitchhiker is no myth. Now the spectral beauty is intent on loving one of them to death. To lift the curse they must venture to an abandoned ghost town and face a parade of zombies and evil spirits. It’s a deranged paint-huffing Evil
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Angry Mule Productions hopes to raise $35,000 to produce Killer Piñata 2: More of Them, a sequel to the cult hit horror-comedy, Killer Piñata.  On April 23rd, Killer Piñata 2: More of Them launched on crowdfunding site Kickstarter. Killer Piñata 2 is the sequel to the cult hit 2016 horror-comedy, Killer Piñata. In addition to more laughs and gore, the production is joined by
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After the success of his powerful psychological horror The Telephone, Derbyshire writer-director Stuart Connock Wheeldon is again to take the world of independent cinema by storm. His new film Don’t Follow the Light today steps into the preproduction phase and will be filmed in and around the Derbyshire countryside in the summer of 2018.  Don’t Follow the Light is a
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SYNOPSIS: “In 1858 Texas, the former German dentist Doctor King Schultz meets the slave Django in a lonely road while being transported by the slavers Speck Brothers. He asks if Django knows the Brittle Brothers and with the affirmative, he buys Django. Then Schultz states that he is a bounty hunter chasing John, Ellis and
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SYNOPSIS: “The Blackhawks were seven flyers who banded together during World War Two to fight the Nazis. After the war, they continued to fight evil where ever they find it. In this movie, they are battling a group of spies and saboteurs bent on destroying democracy. The Blackhawks foil a succession of plots, with a
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Hi Richard, How are you? I watched “Prodigy” and I loved it! I told Alex (one of the directors) that I loved it and Savannah who plays Ellie kind of reminded me of a little, mini Hannibal Lecter. Richard- Oh wonderful. Sure! I also loved the back and forth between you and Savannah. It was
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Actress Jamie Bernadette stars in the new film “4/20 Massacre.” Jamie has starred in “All Girls Weekend”, “American Satan”, “NCIS: New Orleans.” Hi Jamie, Please tell us how you got involved with the film, “4/20 Massacre” and how did you prepare for your character? Jamie- Well I sent in for an audition tape with the
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Exclusive Interview with Writer Eric Red (New Movie – White Knuckle) What is White Knuckle about? It’s a terrifying cross-country thriller about a woman who is captured by an interstate truck driver serial killer and escapes from him. Years later, still haunted by the experience, she hires a long haul trucker and goes on the
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SYNOPSIS: “The Alienist” is a limited series based on a Caleb Carr novel of the same name. The story centers around criminal psychologist (once known as an “alienist”) Dr. Laszlo Kreizler and his work on a horrific case of child prostitute murders in 1896 New York. With companions – newspaper illustrator John Moore, police secretary
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INDUSTRYWORKS STUDIOS IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE THEATRICAL RELEASE OF ‘SELFIE FROM HELL’  THE VIRAL PHENOMENON NOW A FEATURE FILM WILL BE RELEASED ACROSS CANADA ON MAY 4TH Since 2015 a Short video titled ‘SELFIE FROM HELL’ has been going viral, scaring literally millions with one well-placed, well-timed, jump-scare – the jump-scare heard around the
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Out of Print Home Video Shocker “Robot Ninja” Slashes onto Blu-Ray, Preorders Now Available First time in high-definition, restored from original film elements Tempe Digital announces the immediate launch of an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign supporting preorders for a 3-Disc “Ultimate Edition” Blu-ray of comic book horror-thriller “Robot Ninja,” which marks the 1080p HD debut of
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Actor Courtney Gains (“Children of the Corn”, “Back to the Future”, “The Burbs” and over one hundred more films) took time to speak with me for a Horrornews.net exclusive. Courtney talks film, music and more. He stars in “Hell’s Kitty” which was written and directed by Nicholas Tana. Hi Courtney, first off, it is such
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Movie: The Omen (1976) – Questions and Answers This time, I concluded the unholy trilogy from Hollywood with The Omen, likely one of the most supposedly curse films surpassing the claims of The Exorcist and equaling that of Poltergeist. Director Richard Donner noted these incidents plaguing the production and the PR firms championed them during
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