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Weaving Battles Captain America?

Weaving Battles Captain America?

It has been reported that Hugo Weaving (The Wolfman, V For Vendetta, The Matrix) is currently in negotiations with Marvel Studios over the role of The Red Skull for the upcoming Captain America movie. According to THR “The deal making with Weaving is in a delicate stage that will play out in the next day […]




Evil Dead Theatrical Re-release

Evil Dead Theatrical Re-release

Though already into the first few months of it’s theatrical re-release, there is still plenty of dates to catch.  And any fan of horror knows that any chance to see “Evil Dead” on the big screen is a must. HOLLYWOOD, Calif. – Grindhouse Releasing has set the first dates for its big-screen revival of Sam […]




Lincoln Slays Vampires

Lincoln Slays Vampires

Author Seth Grahame-Smith’s latest novel “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter” will be getting the big screen treatment.  Grahame-Smith’s previous novel “Pride And Prejudice And Zombies”, a remix of Jane Austin’s classic novel, is already being adapted by Lionsgate with actress/producer Natalie Portman set to produce and possibly direct. Directors Tim Burton (Alice in Wonderland) and  Timor […]




Rodriguez Talks Predators

Rodriguez Talks Predators

Robert Rodriguez recently unveiled some footage from his upcoming project with director Nimrod Antal at this years SXSW festival in Austin, Tx.  In this footage we get hear a bit about Predators, see some cool concept art and some behind the scenes action.  Click on the image below to check it out.  This movie looks […]




House of Broken Promises-Using the Useless (Small Stone Records)

House of Broken Promises-Using the Useless (Small Stone Records)

God, I love hearing a balls out heavy rock record.  There’s nothing quite like getting your ass kicked from the first riff.  House of Broken Promises do just that with Using the Useless and manage to add hooks to the songs that make them rock radio ready. Comprised of former members of Unida ( a […]




Poison Sweethearts (Compound Pictures/Tempe Ent.)

Poison Sweethearts (Compound Pictures/Tempe Ent.)

Poison Sweethearts is the 4th flick from Compound Pictures that I’ve seen and as the 3 before it, I enjoyed this one as well.  The Campbell Bros. hail from the same state as myself, and naturally, their films look and feel of all things Ohio.  More so than any of the previous films do, Poison Sweethearts puts […]




Taintlight (Low Budget Pictures/Tempe Ent.)

Taintlight (Low Budget Pictures/Tempe Ent.)

OH, Twilight…how we hate thee.  You’ve taken vampires, douched them up, and given chubby goth chicks masturbatory aid to relieve themselves to before crying themselves to sleep.  What shall your penance be for these atrocities?  Ah, yes! Perfect!  We’ll hand you over to Chris Seaver and his merry band of buffonerists to do with you what […]




The Butcher (Palisades/Tartan)

The Butcher (Palisades/Tartan)

I’m sure several folks who have been fans of horror and it’s wicked stepchildren have been on the same hunt I am.  That hunt is to get off.  I need a little bit more push to get me off, nowadays.  Basically, I need something that steps a little further out there to get me.  There […]




The House of the Devil (Dark Sky Films)

The House of the Devil (Dark Sky Films)

Over the past 2 to 3 years, the horror genre has seen it’s fair share of newcomers who, fortunately, have to ability and smarts to make solid genre films that tap into new territory while still keeping one foot planted firmly in their roots.  And though their roots don’t extend as far back as the […]




Obiat-Eye Tree Pi (Small Stone Records)

Obiat-Eye Tree Pi (Small Stone Records)

It’s not often that an album is actually scary.  I know that plenty of metal bands set out to strike fear into the listener and fail miserably.  It’s doubtful that Obiat is a band that wanted to scare it’s fan, but with Eye Tree Pi they’ve achieved that in spades.  Hailing from the U.K., Obiat […]




Gnaw (Dark Sky Films)

Gnaw (Dark Sky Films)

Texas Chainsaw Massacre is my favorite film of all time.  It’s also a film highly regarded as a classic.  Naturally with anything considered classic there are generations of film school graduates who want to make “their version” of that film.  Does this always mean good? HELL NO (Rob Zombie has spent his entire career aping […]




Black Devil Doll (Lowest Common Denominator Entertainment)

Black Devil Doll (Lowest Common Denominator Entertainment)

It’d be a tragedy if blaxploitation hadn’t ever existed.  Had we not had all those amazing films, we wouldn’t have a reason for films like Black Devil Doll to exist.  THANK GOD this movie exists!!!!The story is as old as time: A former Black Panther/serial killer is executed for murdering white bitches but his soul […]




Deadgirl (Dark Sky Films)

Deadgirl (Dark Sky Films)

There’s a certain amount of clout going for this movie before you even watch it.  Brought to the world from the same people that brought us Hellraiser and Heathers, written by Trent Haaga, Dark Sky Films releasing it…not bad.  Here’s the thing: It’s sort of a rape/necrophilia story.  Now, I know what you’re gonna say-“why […]




Who we are and why we’re here…

Who we are and why we’re here…

As I sit here in my own home and type this, Living Dead at Manchester Morgue playing on the TV, walls adorning various paintings and framed, vintage movie posters, surrounded by all things weird, it’s painfully obvious that horror is an eternal part of my existence.  My name is Wes and I’m the schmuck who […]




Sick Girl (Synapse Films)

Sick Girl (Synapse Films)

I enjoy the purity of the independent film maker.  Long before Hollywood gets there claws into most of these fellas, they created something outrageous that probably landed them where they are at.  See, when young indie film makers set out to do what they do, there’s NOTHING that can stop them.  No budget? We use […]




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