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Review – Jeepers Creepers 3 (2017)

Review – Jeepers Creepers 3 (2017)

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So strange that we are actually reviewing a new Jeepers Creepers film considering that most of us never thought we would get a chance to do so. Now, we are reviewing the version of Jeepers Creepers 3 that aired on the SyFy channel so we might be reviewing a highly edited version for all we know. If you feel we are totally off base, let us know!!!

“Never Hike Alone” is Everything We Wanted in a Friday the 13th (fan) Film!!!

“Never Hike Alone” is Everything We Wanted in a Friday the 13th (fan) Film!!!

We’ve been following director Vincente Disanti’s Friday the 13th fan film “Never Hike Alone” for a while now. We even caught up with Vincente earlier this year when the trailer dropped (here). With news that the official franchise had been halted (and still no official word on any new entries), Never Hike Alone started to… Continue Reading

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SHE CAME FROM THE WOODS – Short Film Review (2017)

SHE CAME FROM THE WOODS – Short Film Review (2017)

She came from the woods… where she worked, died, and was immortalized Bloody Mary style.  Written, directed, and produced by The Bloomquist brothers, “She Came From The Woods” was undoubtedly created with much influence from the classics! Starting with your seemingly innocent party seeking camp counselors, complete with cheesy uniforms, the goofy ghost story telling… Continue Reading

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Review – Knuckle Balled (2017)

Review – Knuckle Balled (2017)

Knuckle Balled by Drew Stepek Left still reeling from the events in the final chapters of “Knuckle Supper”, our favorite pseudo-vampire-with-a-conscience must now deal with the consequences of his choices in the final few pages. Fleeing the scene of his brutal justice, RJ must now navigate his way through a new city, full of new… Continue Reading

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Review – Cult of Chucky (2017)

Review – Cult of Chucky (2017)

I’ve always felt like the Child’s Play franchise was divided into three worlds: the original films (1-3), the slapsticky spoofs of the resurgence (Bride & Seed) and the last two films (Curse and the then forthcoming Cult). That’s almost thirty years of the the foul mouthed, knife wielding psychopath doll named Chucky. Three decades and… Continue Reading

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Review – IT (2017)

Review – IT (2017)

I will be the first to admit that that I was extremely reluctant to accept the reality of a new “It” film. The original happened at a time when event television was still a “thing”. It, the original miniseries, during that area, during my formative years was a big deal. It was a fairy large… Continue Reading

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Book Review – XOM-B

Book Review – XOM-B

  “XOM-B” By Jeremy Robinson Jeremy Robinson’s “XOM-B” is a bit of a tough read, but well worth the effort. Set towards the end of this century, “XOM-B” seems at first to be two separate stories mashed into one.  While the action is first-rate and well written, there is seemingly little prelude to begin with,… Continue Reading

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Book Review: THE DEAD by Charlie Higson

Book Review: THE DEAD by Charlie Higson

  “THE DEAD” By Charlie Higson “THE DEAD”, the second installment in Charlie Higson’s “ENEMY SAGA” is set one year before the events of “THE ENEMY”. Just weeks after the onset of “the Disaster”, some adults have yet to succumb to the new disease.  Fighting to keep the children alive, while slowly turning into the… Continue Reading

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Book Review – The Enemy

Book Review – The Enemy

“THE ENEMY” By Charlie Higson Book One of “THE ENEMY” Series From the first page, “THE ENEMY” shoots out of the gate at a dead sprint and does not stop. Higson’s prose, fast pace, creativity and originality will keep you on the edge of your seat, yearning for the next page. We are thrust into… Continue Reading

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REVIEW – Russell J. Dorn’s Skeleton in the Closet (2016)

REVIEW – Russell J. Dorn’s Skeleton in the Closet (2016)

Russell J. Dorn, author of one of the stories featured in the upcoming issue of Grotesque Quarterly, previously wrote and adapted into audio book format, a middle-grade horror collection. Middle-grade, for those unaware of the term, refers to the age group between children and young adults. As such, 9-13 is a good guess as who… Continue Reading

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