Synopsis: Blind Turn

Samantha Holt (Rachel Boston) had the perfect life with a handsome fiancée and a bright future. But an unexpected turn on a dark lonely road puts her on a collision course with Bruce Miller (Jay Dee Walters), a devoted family man who descends into madness when he loses everything he ever cares about.   One […]
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House at the End of the Street Synopsis

Newly divorced Sarah and her daughter Elissa find the house of their dreams in a small, upscale, rural town. But when startling and unexplainable events begin to happen, Sarah and Elissa learn the town is in the shadows of a chilling secret. House at the End of the Street is an upcoming horror-thriller film directed […]
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Back With Twice The Terror And Twice The Scares After Dark Originals 2 In Theaters 2012

First came 8 FILMS TO DIE FOR, then AFTER DARK ORIGINALS, now the #1 Horror Brand in the World is proud to announce the second installment in the AFTER DARK ORIGINALS series (ADO2), and its first film from this series, DARK CIRCLES See exclusive stills from DARK CIRLCES by going to www.afterdarkoriginals.com. Los Angeles, CA […]
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How to Get the Perfect Horror Movie Body – Basic Horror Training

All too often we have seen Movies where the terrified hottie is running through the woods to evade the crazed maniac, just to take an untimely spill right on cue for the raving psycho to hack her cute little frame into itsy bitsy pieces. Well never fear that’s why we are here, we are here […]
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Lifelike Halloween Props: 2010 Halloween and Horror Props

Just visited hauntedprops.com to check out their 2010 collection, I have to say that there are some really cool, ultra-realistic props on display. From Haunted House Wall Décor, 3D Video Illusions to Animatronics, 2010 look’s to be an interesting year for prank coordinators such myself. This year’s selections of Animatronic Props are quite interesting and […]
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The rise and fall (and rise?) of teen horror films – salon.com

In the beloved — OK, beloved by some — 1948 comedy-horror hybrid “Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein,” the hapless lycanthrope Larry Talbot (Lon Chaney Jr., who did hapless better than he likely wanted to) tries to explain his condition to the skeptics played by the film’s titular comic team. “I know you think I’m crazy,” […]
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The NYC Horror Film Festival – Can’t Wait

The NYC Horror Film Festival begins today, It’s a busy week won’t make it till Friday. I will see you there! Have fun for us both. New Yorkers will have an opportunity to get creeped out when the New York City Horror Film Festival kicks off Wednesday November 18th at the Tribeca Cinemas. Tweet
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Tribute To Survival Horror Video Games

Who would have thought back in 1981 when Atari released Haunted House that the survival horror genre could spawn such classics Resident Evil, Silent Hill, Silent Hill and now Left 4 Dead? The origins of the survival horror game can be traced back to early horror fiction. Comparisons have been made to the books of […]
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The History of Horror Movies – Tribute to Horror in Cinemas

Author: Riandy Kurniawan From time to time, we see so many horror movies come and go. Spooky, haunted houses, serial killers, slashers, maniacs, mentals, satanic and many others have been pictured in the movie. A lot of sub genres, a lot of remakes, a lot of variations, twist and all that can easily be found […]
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