Monday, December 31, 2012

Best and Worst Horror Movies of 2012

George A. Romero's Night of the Living Dead Live

October 1st, 1968, a little independent monster flick called Night of the Living Dead premiered in the steel town of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Produced for a mere $114,000, the film went on to gross more than, $250,000,000 worldwide. It has been translated into 25 different languages and has been playing on the big screen consistently since 1968.

Now, 45 years later, Nictophobia Films is bringing this cinematic masterpiece to the stage in early 2013 like you have never seen before. Just like the film, the stage production will be presented entirely in black and white, from the set design right to the actors. The performance will be audience interactive as live zombies walk through the aisles, making their way to the to the stage keeping spectators on the edge of their seats.

For performances between April 23rd-May 19th, 2013
At Theatre Passe Muraille Mainspace
16 Ryerson Ave
Toronto, Ontario

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Sunday, December 30, 2012

Life with Zombies

Life, with Zombies is a sitcom about 7 people living in a house during a zombie apocalypse. It's sort of like Gilligan's Island, only with zombies.

Stars: Gary Rolin, Michael Perrick, Jennifer Losi, Perry Daniels, Julia Carpenter, Tim Sands, Robbie Henke, and Clint Howard

Written, Directed and Produced by: Gary Rolin

Check out episode 1…

And some extras...

You can watch the rest of the series at:

Or on Blip TV

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JOHN DIES AT THE END Anti-Piracy Trailer

WARNING: pirating JOHN DIES AT THE END may result in spontaneous combustion.

Before pirating JOHN DIES AT THE END be sure to watch the video below as stealing the film could result in severe health issues. Those with an erection lasting over 4 hours after viewing JOHN DIES AT THE END please consult a physician.

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Written and Driected by Don Coscarelli
Starring Chase Williamson, Rob Mayes, Clancy Brown and Paul Giamatti

In JOHN DIES AT THE END, it’s all about the Soy Sauce, a drug that promises an out-of-body experience with each hit. Users drift across time and dimensions. But some who come back are no longer human. Suddenly a silent otherworldly invasion is underway, and mankind needs a hero. What it gets instead is John (Rob Mayes) and David (Chase Williamson), a pair of college dropouts who can barely hold down jobs. Can these two stop the oncoming horror in time to save humanity? No. No, they can't.

Adapted from David Wong’s audacious trans-genre horror novel, JOHN DIES AT THE END is written and directed by Don Coscarelli (BUBBA HO-TEP) and also stars Clancy Brown, Glynn Turman and Paul Giamatti.

Opening Theatrically on January 25th, 2013; available NOW via VOD, iTunes and more!
Running Time: 99 minutes

Official website: 
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Saturday, December 29, 2012


Hmmm, I wonder what that means?
Thanks! Sounds interesting…

And creepy! So what's it about?

The film is about a man (Brian) who has a crush on our leading lady (Sally).

Sally is a pretty young woman and Brian a geeky little man with not much going for him at all.

Brian lives in a fantasy world where his mind capable of anything. 

Looks like they are keeping the real story a secret for the films release. Before that can happen, they need your support. Please click the pic, and support this project today!

There are several great perks that can be yours for making a pledge, and helping get this project fund. Here are just a few of them:

-A signed DVD
-Your name in film credits.
-A part with dialoge in future project

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Friday, December 28, 2012

DIABOLIQUE MAGAZINE gets Exclusive Interview from The Soska Twins...

DIABOLIQUE MAGAZINE gets Exclusive Interview from The Soska Twins, complete with previously unseen behind the scenes photos from their new body horror film AMERICAN MARY!

NEWS BREAK! - Diabolique Magazine announces their exclusive and in-depth interview with the Soska Twins in Issue 14 available at newsstands and bookstores in early January, 2013. Jen and Sylvia Soska give Canadian body-horror a nip and tuck.The thematic undercurrents of American Mary, and even Dead Hooker in a Trunk — namely, the messiness of sexuality, and the plight of being a woman in a man’s world — are as tightly bound together as the self-proclaimed “Twisted Twins” themselves. Jen and Sylvia Soska spoke with Diabolique at length about the intersection of their personal and professional lives, and its creative impact on their ever-evolving body of work! Log on to: for more details and to pre-order your copy of Diabolique magazine Issue 14 now!

Nominally, American Mary is cut from the cloth of the Canadian body-horror of David Cronenberg, but its torture sequences and characterization owe more to the feminist fervor of Takashi Miike’s Audition than the dystopia of Videodrome. As a hyper-violent inversion of Colin Clive’s mad scientist archetype in Frankenstein, Mary calls on her surgical kit not only as a tool for experimentation, but as a weapon to exact bittersweet revenge.

In a moment of reflexivity, writer-directors Jen and Sylvia Soska lay on operating tables adjacent to one another, exchanging smiles and locking pinkies before going under the surgical knife in their sophomore feature, the blacker than black horror-comedy American Mary. Preparing to undergo a procedure that will re-attach one of each of their limbs to the other’s body, the on-screen Soskas, billed as “Twin #1” and “Twin #2,” offer viewers a mirror image of their unified, off-screen collaborative dynamic. Fresh off of their tour of the international film festival circuit, the Soskas assure Diabolique“We take absolutely no offense to you attributing one of our quotes to the other.” Before we begin our interview, Sylvia adds, “We share one brain, but two bodies.”

Inside DIABOLIQUE issue 14:

Colin McCracken on the changing face of women in contemporary horror — behind and in front of the camera

Max Weinstein's exclusive interview with Jen and Sylvia Soska on the Twisted Twins' reinvention of Canadian body-horror, with their new film, American Mary

Stephen Slaughter Head visits the set of Mama and brings us exclusive interviews with Guillermo del Toro, Andy and Barbara Muschietti, and Jessica Chastain

Short fiction by Michael A. Arnzen — inspired by a photograph by Anisa Nin

Ian Ogilvy talks to Scott Feinblatt about his successful children's thriller series

Scott Feinblatt rediscovers Henry James's classic ghost story and traces its literary and cinematic history from the original fable to Jack Clayton's classic film

James Gracey on Hammer's new stage adaptation of Henry James's The Turn of the Screw and the lineage of the Theatre of Horror

Colin McCracken traces the history of cinema's classic haunted houses

Kristen Micek examines the dark side of love in classic horror scenarios

David Calbert explores the history of one of Arnold Böcklin’s most famous paintings 

Blood Reunion

Fifteen years ago Winona had a rendezvous with a stranger. That secret meeting in the dead of night was with a vampire who took Winona's blood and condemned her to life as an undead, but she was imprisoned in her grave by a local priest unable to prowl and feed her desire for human blood.

Now, fifteen years later, her daughter has returned to town to come to terms with her mother's death. Without knowing the dangers, she allows her mother to escape from her prison.

Now Winona is back, and thirsting... for blood and revenge!

Stars: April Hartman, Richard Houghton, Paula Solinger, Jim Brady, Chris Macone, Gail Brewer, Tim Newkirk. And Hollee McMurray

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Thursday, December 27, 2012

The Download Horror

When it comes to movies Dougie and Robbo know what they like. And there is nothing they like more than a night in watching one of Big Al’s latest downloads - especially if it’s a horror film featuring five babes alone in a big house.

Big Al is the neighbourhood bootlegger and they depend on him for a constant diet of blood, gore and nudity and whatever else he thinks will satisfy their craving. They always expect surprises.

Will his latest offering, the horror film Sacrificed, live up to their expectations?

Stars: Sandra Darnell, Trine Thielen, Céline Cateland, Nina Kwok, Sarah Delaney and Stephen Boyd
Directed by: Jim Hickey
Produced: Keith Bradley & Robin Mitchell

From Director Jim Hickey:

The film SACRIFICED was made a few years ago by Keith Bradley and it was a film that fell short of Keith's ambitions and we knew that realistically it had little prospect of a release. It was, however, a film that delivered on a number of levels and we therefore decided to experiment with the addition of the dialogue from these new off-screen characters viewing the film as a present-day download. One of these voices is Keith himself and he was thrilled at the prospect of handing over to director Jim Hickey to complete the task of helping his film find an audience.

In making THE DOWNLOAD HORROR we have tried to be fair to the original SACRIFICED film, so the audience can enjoy whatever pleasures it offers and hopefully a balance has been struck between this and giving the two guys free reign with their own brand of Scottish humour. The new film’s ultimate success with audiences will therefore depend on how successful their comedy is in enhancing the enjoyment of the original film.

The film has been supplied to them by “Big Al” - on whom they depend for a regular quota of gore and nudity - and as THE DOWNLOAD HORROR unfolds, we share their joy or dissatisfaction as they assess how much Big Al lives up to his reputation. 

So the two friends are unable to contain their excitement about what they are seeing, but are also quick to deliver snap judgements - praise as well as put-downs - about individual scenes and moments as they watch. They communicate their love of the horror genre while their own distinctive humour is unrestrained.

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Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Dead Bastards

“Somebody attacked Archie, and that somebody must have been a zombie, because last time I checked, the dead didn’t wake up, stinking of putrefied flesh, and try to bloody eat us. Not even in Scotland.”

So begins the nightmare for ballsy Glasgow couple Emma and Scott. Gone is their cozy lifestyle as they team up with sexist macho man Mustafa, zombie expert Kenny, and a man who chose the wrong day to become a suicide bomber.

As they try to flee the city, they have one goal: don’t get bitten by the dead bastards.

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Finally, here’s a sneak peak at her next book…

When Nancy Kerr walks in on her parents’ killers, she’s raped and left for dead. Fourteen months later, she wakes up in a psychiatric hospital with no knowledge of how she got there. Slowly her memory starts to return. Released from the institution, she has just one thing on her mind –revenge.

Two men brought hell to her family home. Now they’re in for some hell of their own.

It's the first revenge thriller featuring Nancy Kerr and Tommy McIntyre.

Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Coffin Candy TV

Looking for some classic horror movies? Coffin Candy TV is streaming classic B Horror, Sci-fi, Retro commercials, and Original Horror Hosted programming. 

Some recent programming included: 

'The Eye Creatures' (1965), 'The Flying Serpent' (1945), 'The Vampire Bat' (1933), and 'Teenagers From Outerspace' (1959).

Start watching today at:

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Monday, December 24, 2012

Don't Go To The Reunion

“Slaughter High” 

“Terror Train”

 “Happy Birthday to Me”

 “Prom Night” and now…

An 80's style slasher feature made by slasher fans for slashers fans with gruesome horror movie homages.

The story centers around a misfit named Scott who is teased by the popular students in school. When the popular kids play a prank on him, he feels as though his life is ruined. Flash forward ten years and the gang is back for the class reunion. Little do they know that someone is waiting for them. Is Scott back for revenge? Will they survive the night to find out?

The only way we will find out if they will survive is if this project gets funded. Please click the pic, and support this project today!

There are many great perks for making a pledge to this project. Here are just a few of them:

-An autographed copy of the film on DVD
-An 11x17 poster of the film signed by the filmmakers
-A special Associate Producer credit at the beginning of the film
-An exclusive prop from the making of the film

If you need proof these guys are worth backing, then check out: 

Or their other films Popularity Killer, and Blood Brothers!

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Sunday, December 23, 2012


Trapped underground at the world's largest particle accelerator, a group of students make a deadly discovery.

DECAY is a zombie film made and set at the LHC, by physics PhD students. The cast includes Zoë Hatherell, Tom Procter, Stewart Martin-Haugh, Sara Mahmoud, and William P.Martin.

Written and Directed by Luke Thompson
Produced by Michael Mazur, Luke Thompson, and Burton De Wilde
H2ZZ Productions

More about the film:

Made by physicists, it is set at the Large Hadron Collider, and centres around zombies created by exposure to the newly-discovered Higgs boson. Writer and director Luke Thompson, a University of Manchester Ph.D. student, originally conceived the idea in February 2010, after joking that the tunnels under CERN would be ideal for a zombie film. With a budget of approximately £2000 and a regular cast and crew of only 20, the team built a camera shoulder-mount from copper pipes, made fake blood from golden syrup, and scavenged props from dumpsters. It was shot on borrowed digital SLRs including the Canon 5D Mark 2: consumer cameras which have recently been used to shoot parts of movies such as Iron Man 2, Black Swan and the season 6 finale of TV series House. Editing and digital effects were done on a home computer with Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects.

Now it’s time to enjoy Decay…

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What Would You Like To Promote?

Got a new book coming out this week? Finishing some new artwork, or a photo shoot? Recording a new podcast, or posting some new reviews? Having a big sale, or making an appearance? Here is your chance to Promote Horror! Leave a comment and/or link here with whatever it is you would like to promote! 

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Saturday, December 22, 2012

Zombie Babies 2: The Crawling Dead

With his abortion clinic failing to turn a profit, redneck business mogul Burt Fleming decides to re-open his infamous Hotel & Casino, turning it into a couples' resort. Unfortunately, when an explosion occurs in the nursery, each couple will come face to face with their spawn, now re-animated as the dead!

Who wouldn't want to see some cute zombie babies like this guy...

Please help them build on the tremendous success of “Zombies Babies” by supporting this campaign for the sequel. Please click the pic, and support this campaign today!

There are plenty of great perks for making a pledge to this campaign. Here are just a few of them:

-A copy of Zombie Babies on digital download
-A DVD of Zombie Babies 2, individually numbered and personally autographed by members of the cast and crew
-A limited edition t-shirt
-A collection of scripts from Porkchop 1, 2, 3D, and Zombie Babies, each signed by the writer Eamon Hardiman

If you want to see “Zombie Babies,” you can get a copy at:

Friday, December 21, 2012

STOKER poster debut

Check out the official US poster for STOKER, starring Mia Wasikowska, Matthew Goode, Dermot Mulroney, Jacki Weaver and Nicole Kidman

 STOKER opens in theaters March 1, 2013.

Synopsis: After India's (Wasikowska's) father dies in an auto accident, her Uncle Charlie (Goode), who she never knew existed, comes to live with her and her emotionally unstable mother Evelyn (Kidman). Soon after his arrival, she comes to suspect this mysterious, charming man has ulterior motives, but instead of feeling outrage or horror, this friendless girl becomes increasingly infatuated with him.

Release: March 1, 2013
Directed by: Park Chan-wook
Written by: Wentworth Miller
Produced by: Ridley Scott, Tony Scott, Michael Costigan
Cast: Mia Wasikowska, Matthew Goode, Dermot Mulroney, Jacki Weaver, Nicole Kidman

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CRAWLSPACE Opens January 4, 2013




A film by Justin Dix

Starring Amber Clayton, Ditch Davey, Eddie Baroo, Peta Sergeant, Fletcher Humphrys and Nicholas Bell

Deep in the heart of the unforgiving Australian desert lies Pine Gap, a top-secret government facility operated by the United States military. When the base comes under attack from unknown forces, an elite team is sent in to extract the military scientists. They encounter a beautiful young woman with no memory of how she came to be in the base, and find it overrun by disturbed patients from the base’s medical sector.

But as the squad delves deeper it becomes clear that there is something far more sinister – and far more dangerous – going on at Pine Gap. A taut thriller that recalls the best classic sci-fi action films, Crawlspace is the feature debut of Justin Dix – an award winning special effects supervisor who has worked with George Lucas and Roger Donaldson

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