Holiday Horror Review: All Through the House (2015)

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What happens when you decide to do a good deed for an elderly neighbor? A lot of messed up shit, that’s what. Santa slasher All Through the House gives you gore galore, a naughty twist, and secret recipe eggnog to sip on this Christmas. Worst thing first; the acting. My good gracious, this was a…

INTERVIEW: RONNIE HOBBS

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When the world learned that a new Friday the 13th game was in the works, horror fans rejoiced.  This was to be the most anticipated game of the year.  Especially when it was learned that players could control the hockey masked psycho killer themselves…

KILL OF THE WEEK: HELEN SHIVERS

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Last week we took a trip to Woodsboro.  This week, we’re still living in the ’90’s.  Pack your bags for we’re heading to a quaint little fishing village known as Southport.  You thought Casey Becker had it bad when it came to psychological warfare against Ghostface.  Oh baby, you ain’t seen nothing yet.

Review: Castle Freak (1995)

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Synopsis: A troubled couple and their blind daughter travel to Italy in order to claim a castle that they recently inherited. Once inside, they become even more troubled. Rattling chains, the sounds of babies crying, and dead bodies quickly appear as the crumbling family learns that they are housing yet another damaged creature. 

KILL OF THE WEEK: CASEY BECKER

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When it comes to shocking horror movie deaths, none seem to rile an audience up more than the demise of Ghostface’s first target.  True, she technically might not be his first kill, but she was his first on screen kill.  I also issue a warning as some images may be distressing for some readers…

Review: In the Mouth of Madness (1994)

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Synopsis: Insurance fraud investigator John Trent is hired by a publisher to track down the whereabouts of their cash cow horror author Sutter Cane, who has gone missing since the release of his latest, most terrifying book. What he finds is the farthest thing from fiction and his only inkling of reality is from the…