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Hellbound Heart and Scarlet Gospels

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Attention Clive Barker fans: St. Martin’s Press have announced a release date for the novel that will end the Hellraiser mythology; The Scarlet Gospels is due May of 2015! This is exciting news considering the original novella that started it all, The Hellbound Heart, was first published in 1986—nearly thirty years ago! There are so […]

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The Pyramid

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The Pyramid (2014) looks like Alien Versus Predator (2004) only the climate is a lot hotter and the archaeological survey team are not packing as much heat. Holden (Denis O’Heare—True Blood) leads a survey team through an unearthed and spooky three-sided pyramid in the Egyptian desert despite objection from the local authorities. There are traps […]

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Dracula Untold

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Dracula Untold is another popular origin story that unveils the life of Vlad the Impaler/Prince of Wallachia (Luke Evans—Fast & Furious 6, The Hobbit) before he transforms into the popular horror icon, Dracula. The Ottoman Empire threatens to take a thousand boys from Transylvania to ensure their ongoing peace treaty. Vlad must choose whether he […]

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Tusk Official Trailer

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Inspired by his own podcasting, Kevin Smith has written and directed a new screenplay entitled Tusk, distributed by A24 Films this year. The official trailer introduces Justin Long as an obnoxious podcaster who thinks he is above everyone; his hyperactive-shock-jock antics, and his moustache, are interesting. The guy seems to have it all: girlfriend, car, […]

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Tim Burton Big Eyes First Look

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This December, the unpleasant divorce battle between artists Margaret Keane and Walter Keane will be coming to the big screen, directed by Tim Burton. It is generally agreed that Margaret Keane painted the wildly successful series of big-eyed waif children, staring tragically out of the frame at the viewer. During the 1960’s, at the height […]

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ALTAR: A New Feature-Length Horror Film Kickstarter

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From the diabolical writer that brought us Tin Man, Alice, and Neverland, comes an exciting and creepy new film about demonic possession, ghosts, and dark magik. ALTAR stars Matthew Modine and Olivia Williams, as a young couple embarking on the renovation and restoration of a creepy old mansion, but in the process they bring back […]

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Eldritch Horror Expansion Forsaken Lore

Eldritch Horror Expansion Forsaken Lore

Fantasy Flight Games presents a cooperative tabletop experience where you and your friends attempt to save the world from one of H.P. Lovecraft’s infamous Ancient Ones. If you have already played Eldritch Horror, and you are a glutton for punishment, then you know how addictive and thrilling it is to prevent Cthulhu from awakening or […]

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Game of Thrones: First of His Name

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After several weeks of excellent episodes, Game of Thrones spins its wheels a bit this week. Not that it was a terrible episode, but not much happened. Of course, even if it’s a mediocre week for Game of Thrones, I’m always sad when the episode ends. I could watch three hours of this show every […]

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The Walking Dead, Season 4 Episode 12

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For a particularly creepy opening, Daryl and Beth come busting out of the bushes on a dark, ominous night where zombies are not far behind them. They stumble upon an old, abandoned piece of crap car and shut themselves in the trunk as the zombies shamble all around them and thunder rumbles on in the […]

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Game of Thrones – Dark Wings, Dark Words

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On Game of Thrones, a long-kept secret is revealed, the Stark boys learn about wargs, Brienne battles Jaime, and Margaery gives Joffrey a suggestion he can really get behind. Sometimes, a Game of Thrones episode will focus on a specific theme, and all the plots will wind around and touch on that theme at some […]

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