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Over the last few years, we have had the good fortune to be inundated with countless adaptations of works by Stephen King. From IT both chapters 1 and 2, to Gerald’s Game and Doctor Sleep, there doesn’t look like there is any sign of stopping.  Lucky for all of us there a great little featurette that has just come out that talks a little bit of behind the scenes for the new King adaptation, The
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Rate This Movie REVIEW: More short films, Kiddies! Today we have BITCH:THE SCARY TERRY STORY, written and directed by Chris R. Notarile. Our story is a “documentary” following a wanna-be horror icon, Terence Scarenstein, also known as  “Scary” Terry. He studied hard and graduated from Scary University with a degree in “Bitchology”, apparently a sub-set of a language arts/English major. Scary Terry (Aaron Toft) is working hard, killing the babes, doing the thing, and generally
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Recently it was reported when the BBC and Netflix co-production of Steven Moffat and Mark Gattis’ new take on Dracula featuring Danish actor Claes Bang in the titular role would be appearing on the BBC on January 1st through the 3rd at 9 pm each day, but with no real update as to when the series would hit Netflix.  Just “January 2020”.  Well, today it was announced via a teaser trailer that the 21st-century retelling
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Adrian Halen 12/14/2019 Upcoming Horror Movies SYNOPSIS: A small coastal town is suddenly attacked by a giant mutated shark. Three young metalheads, an unusual priest and a weird marine biologist decide to throw themselves in the pursuit of the creature with heavy artillery, blessed weapons and fierce fight. Is the monster an aberration caused by pollution, a governement experiment or is he the manifestation of Satan? Who cares: The hunt is on! An unusual shark
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There are those artists in the comic book world who left a lasting impression on us. From each stroke of the pen or paintbrush, you know that something special is being put on the page to make our eyes widen in wonder.  That’s what Bernie Wrightson did.  Then at the end of the 1970s, the co-creator of Swamp Thing began working on a group of detailed pen and ink illustrations that were inspired by Mary
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