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COMING SOON: I Spit on Your Grave 3 (2015)

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Just in time for Halloween, I Spit On Your Grave 3: Vengeance is Mine will hit limited theaters on October 9th, with a Blu-ray, DVD, and VOD release to follow on October 20, 2015!

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Many people were surprised when, back in 2010, a remake of the 1978 cult classic I Spit On Your Grave was released. Almost instantly, people were bitching and moaning about it, with some flatly refusing to watch it.

Now, I am not usually one for remakes but after seeing it, I think all the negativity it got was extremely misguided. I'll probably get some hate for this, but I think I actually prefer the remake. Don't get me wrong, Camille Keaton is amazing in the film, but it is a slow burn, a bit too slow for my tastes. The 2010 version moves at a much faster pace, and the revenge scenes were much more gratifying to me, not to mention Sarah Butler did a fantastic job as Jennifer Hills. I had initially thought there was no way she would pull it off and make it believable, but she did just that. She was truly spectacular in the role.

In 2013, the remake spawned a sequel I Spit On Your Grave 2, which focused on an entirely new character in a whole new setting. Sadly, it was nowhere near as good as the 2010 remake. The revenge scenes were slightly lackluster and left me wanting something a little more. It did have its moments, though - I found the sequel much harder to watch during the rape scene than the 1978 and 2010 versions combined. It was extremely unsettling.

Now we hear that a third installment to the franchise has been completed, and the story will once again focus on Jennifer Hills. What little info on the synopsis I was able to find goes something like this: Jennifer now works for a crisis hotline (or possibly a support group), and it just so happens a vigilante type serial killer is using the hotline (support group) to target and victimize rapists. Jennifer's tragic past, of course, makes her a prime suspect to the detectives on the case.

Having enjoyed the 2010 version as much as I did, I was very happy to learn that Sarah Butler will reprise her role as Jennifer Hills in I Spit On Your Grave 3: Vengeance is Mine. The film also stars Gabriel Hogan (Television series Heartland), Doug McKeon (On Golden Pond and Mischief), Karen Strassman (The Ruins), and Jennifer Landon (Cinemax's series Banshee) and is directed by R.D. Braunstein (100 Degrees Below Zero).

I don't know about anyone else, but I enjoy these films and I am really looking forward to the latest addition to the franchise. October can't get here fast enough!

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SERIES REVIEW: American Horror Story: Hotel (2015)

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I have been watching American Horror Story since the first season and even though we are only three episodes into this seasons American Horror Story: Hotel, I think I can already safely declare this season to be my favorite of all of them thus far.

Many viewers, myself included, were stunned by the season opener. Talk about pushing the envelope. It was some of the most brutally graphic stuff I have ever witnessed on primetime network television. I mean, "The Addiction Demon" and his unholy strap-on in the first episode?! Holy fucking shit!! And the mirror shot of the poor junkie being done by "The Addiction Demon" with said strap-on? Unbelievably graphic. It was unexpected, even for AHS and it caused plenty of controversy all on its own. Now factor in the brutality with which "The Countess" and her boy toy, Donovan dispose of their victims, who they brought back to their suite at the Hotel Cortez under the pretense of a very sexy evening, and all the crimson arterial spray as they cut and slash, ("We don't bite, we cut") preparing to drain their victims and you have the stuff nightmares are made of.

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Many are arguing that the writers are strictly out for some hardcore shock value to gain viewers because of all carnage, gore and sexual deviancy, but with all that's going on beneath the surface of this seasons storyline, I am not agreement with that at all. Don't get me wrong, it's AHS and there will always be some amount of shock value (and pussies that can't handle it) but that's not the sole purpose of the show by any means. There is so much more to it than shocks and gore for gore's sake. There are several stories unfolding and they are all highly entertaining. Some of them just happen to have a lot of bloody murders.

Were only three episodes in so far and there are already some groups out there waging a war against AHS and who are all up in arms about the show's content. Others are saying that shows like AHS are "the Devil's work" and are the type of thing that give people twisted ideas. Obviously these nutjobs have never read the bible. Now THAT, my friends is some of the most twisted shit, brutal shit there is.

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When it was first announced that Lady Gaga had been added to the cast of AHS: Hotel I was among those who were critical, thinking that she would be unable to pull it off. It seemed like maybe the producers just wanted a big name to replace the series matriarch, Jessica Lange. I am happy to say that I have to eat a little crow on this one. So far, I have been very pleasantly surprised. I may be a metalhead but goddamn I love me some Lady Gaga! She is dirty, alluring and fun and she brings every bit of that into her portrayal as "The Countess" while exuding an unrivaled smoldering sexiness that I adore and I am loving every bit of her performance. I cannot wait to see more from her in this role. It's almost as if she was born to play this character. And I must say it's high time we some vamp action on AHS.


But there is SO much to love beyond the presence of Gaga.

The integration of the story of H.H. Holmes (different name but inspired by that sick fuck all the same) is pure fucking brilliance on the writers parts and Evan Peters is giving a stellar performance in the role. He is delightful to watch. He's just so happy about murdering people, it's almost comical. His beaming, cheerful smile and the cadence of his voice as he talks to his victims before slaughtering's damn near infectious and I feel wrong for saying this, but I love this character! And his faithful servant Miss Evers, the laundress obsessed with stains, played by Mare Winningham makes me giggle every time she is on screen.

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And let's take a moment to talk about all of the returning cast for a minute, shall we? I am seriously over the moon with all that have returned. Among the returnees for American Horror Story: Hotel, we have Wes Bentley (Detective John Lowe), Chloe Sevigny (Dr. Alex Lowe), Sarah Paulson (Sally), Dennis O'Hare (Liz Taylor), Kathy Bates (Iris), Evan Peters (James Patrick March), Finn Wittrock (Tristan Duffy), Emma Roberts, Angela Bassett (Ramona Royale), Mare Winningham (Miss Evers), Matt Bomer (Donovan) and rumor has it that there may even be an appearance by the lovely Jessica Lange as well.

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There will also be some new faces this season with various guest stars such as Naomi Campbell and David Naughton (An American Werewolf in London) being among them and that excites a horror fan such as myself. (I used to crush on him pretty hard back in the day. Leave me alone, I was in the fifth grade).

Last week's episode brought Angela Bassett back to the cast with her vampire hunter role of Ramona Royale, who also used to be The Countess' lover and was cast away when she grew bored and replaced her, much like she has replaced Donovan with Tristan. As revenge for The Countess killing the man she fell in love with and then turned, she is out to hit The Countess where she thinks it will hurt her the most. So far her only known weakness is her group of blonde haired children that are somewhat reminiscent of the creepy ass kids from Village of the Damned. So far they appear to be kept around strictly for The Countess to indulge in some snacking on their young, sweet blood but knowing AHS, I'd almost put money on the fact that there is something a little more sinister with these freaky ass kids. There is a tie in with one of the hotel residents, Detective Lowe and I am eager to see where that takes the storyline and what it means for the children (and their parents) who were all stolen from their families and kept to satisfy The Countess' blood lust.

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If you haven't watched this season as of yet, I cannot recommend you get started enough! I firmly believe that this season is the goriest of them all so far and I can't get enough of it. Waiting a week in between episodes is totally agonizing. If you were a fan of any of the other seasons I can almost guarantee you'll love AHS: Hotel.

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HALLOWEEN HORRORS: Trick Or Treat (1986)

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Eddie is an outcast in his high school who is often bullied by jocks and is a total loner. He doesn't have many friends but the one thing he does have that gets him through it all is heavy metal.

He is a huge of fan of controversial (and rumored Satanist) musician, Sammi Curr who just happens to be from Eddie's own hometown and is coming home to play the High School's annual Halloween Dance. One night after writing Sammi a letter, he learns that his idol has been banned from performing at the dance. Before he even has time to react, He hears another report about how Sammi Curr has died in a mysterious and fatal fire and this news of course, tears Eddie apart.

He visits his friend, local DJ, "Nuke" to commiserate on the loss of Sammi and knowing what a massive fan Eddie was, Nuke gives him Sammi's final album "Songs In The Keys of Death". It is the only one in existence and it has never been released. Nuke explains the he has recorded it and plans to play it in tribute to Sammi at Midnight on Halloween, stating that's what Sammi's original intentions for it were anyway.

Eddie soon figures out there are hidden messages in the album and long story short, Eddie seeks some retribution on those who have bullied him and Sammi is able to come back and brings down Mayhem and chaos on his hometown.

Will Eddie be able to figure out a way to stop him before he wipes out the whole town?

Only one way to find out...

I was a mere fourteen years old when a rather loud group of friends I ran with and myself were allowed to attend this film at the theater. Alone. No parental guidance to be had. We almost got kicked out because we were reacting like jackasses to all the kills and shouting at the screen as they happened. Ah, to be young again.

Not only did I think the story was completely badass but I was also into heavy metal at that age and I fell instantly in love with Mr. Sammi Curr, the Satanic Rock God. Talk about swoon! Bestill my young, beating teenage heart! I still to this day think he's one of the sexiest dudes to ever grace the screen in a horror film. Go ahead and laugh but all you ladies of the eighties out there know I'm right.

Here's a fun fact for you: WASP frontman, Blackie Lawless was to originally play the part of Sammi Curr. Can you imagine?! No way would it have been the same movie or had the same effect on me!

For a horror film, Trick or Treat is admittedly low on scares and not very heavy on the gore but it is so much fun to watch. Seeing Eddie give those that have bullied him their just desserts was a nice sight (66 crush!!) and even though you know it isn't right, you can't help but applaud his actions.

And not only that but can we talk about how freaking awesome the soundtrack is? Holy shit Fastway killed it!! It is one of the best soundtracks in horror and I love it. It is still in constant rotation in my disc changer and now my fifteen year old son loves it also.

And here's another fun fact: Former Fastway front man is the lead singer of Flogging Molly.

Trick or Treat is one of my favorite horror films hands down, and I will watch it ANYTIME of the year but in my opinion, it definitely warrants a must watch during the Halloween season, and for me personally, it's always on Halloween night. Because of his love for the soundtrack, I plan to one day I plan to show my son this classic cinematic horror gem. Who knows, maybe it'll be THIS Halloween!

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Synapse Films Restores Dario Argento’s Tenebre

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Recently, on October 22nd, I was privileged enough to take part in a one night only screening of the most recent remaster effort by the geniuses over at Buy Msj Valium India, Dario Argento's Get Prescribed Valium Online. The bonus features are still being worked on and the finished product is expected to be released on Blu-ray in the early part of 2016.

Every time I watch a new Synapse remaster, I am blown away and it was no different with Tenebre. It was truly stunning. I was seriously taken aback by how good it looked and I am chomping at the bit to see what the bonus features might have in store for us.

I was so taken with the quality and clarity of Tenebre that when I got home from the screening that night, I had to throw in my old copy to see the difference and I was absolutely floored. I don't know how these guys do it. Talk about talent and skill!! I have seen several of of the Synapse Film remaster efforts and I love them all. But this one? It is simply breathtaking. You really have to see it to believe it.

Synapse Films also has plans to restore two other Dario Argento films, Phenomena (aka Creepers) and Suspiria and I am beside myself with anticipation after seeing what they've done with Tenebre. I am now extremely eager to see what they do with these films. We will of course keep you up to date with the progress on those films and will share any updates as soon as we are made aware of them.

In addition to the screening there was an announcement made by The Flint Horror Collective's Chris Ringler about the fate of the Flint Horror Con. Sadly, it is no more. HOWEVER, there will be new event taking place in 2016 called The Monster Marketplace and it will be a great place for Michigan area horror fans to find all sorts of one of a kind horror creations from many local, independent artists and vendors. Rumor has it there may even be a celebrity or two, so stay tuned for info on that.

Many thanks to Synapse Films, The Flint Horror Collective, Mott Community College, and Black and Gold Film Productions for making this one night only event a reality for us. I am thrilled to have been able to show my support and participate in an event such as this and honestly cannot thank them all enough for this experience. It's not too often cool stuff happens on the horror front in Michigan. It was truly an honor and a privilege. Anyone who did not attend this event and had the means should be kicking themselves right now. Hard.

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MOVIE REVIEW: Tales of Halloween (2015)

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The cops in this town have much more than they can handle this Halloween and there is a pretty good chance that there just may not be enough EMT's and coroners left to process the bodies by the time this night is over.

Sweet Tooth

Written and directed by David Parker

Starring Caroline Williams, Greg Grunberg, Cameron Easton and Hunter Smit

After teen babysitter and her boyfriend tell a scary story about a local urban legend to her charge, Timmy. they break the cardinal rule and eat all of Timmy's candy. Now they are fair game for "Sweet Tooth"...

The Night Billy Raised Hell

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After being goaded into playing a prank by his sister and her boyfriend, young Billy tries to play a trick on the devil himself and pays the ultimate price.


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Directed by Adam Geirasch

Starring Tiffany Shepis and John F. Beach with a cameo by Rebekah McKendry

Two couples are watching a movie and passing out candy to the trick or treaters until things take a very violent turn. People are not always as they appear.

This one is the darkest of the tales and also my favorite .

The Weak and The Wicked

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Directed by Paul Solet

Starring Keir Gilchrist, Grace Phipps, BooBoo Stewart and Noah Segan

A young man summons a demon to dispatch the three bullies who forever changed his life

Grim Grinning Ghost

Written and directed by Axelle Carolyn

Starring Lin Shaye, Alex Essoe, Barbara Crampton featuring an appearance by Stuart Gordon

A scary story told at a Halloween party soon becomes a frightening reality for one of the party-goers.

Ding Dong

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Starring Pollyanna McIntosh and Marc Senter

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This Means War

Written and directed by Andrew Kasch and John Skipp

Starring James Duvall, Elissa Dowling and an appearance by Sean Clarke

What should be a friendly competition between two neighbors about who has the best Halloween decorations gets a little out of hand.

Friday the 31st

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Starring Nick Principe

A deformed killer living in the woods meets his match when a tiny visitor becomes upset when his cries of "Trick or Treat" repeatedly go unanswered.

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Two kidnappers robbers are in for a surprise when their grand plan to abduct a rich man's kid and get the ransom goes horribly awry.

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Starring Cerina Vincent, Pat Healy and Kristina Klebe

A hardened police woman tries to save the town from an overgrown man eating pumpkin bent on ravaging the entire town.

I am a big fan of anthology films and I was not disappointed with Tales of Halloween at all. There are so many things for the audience to love about this film. There are revered horror icons aplenty and the stories, although rather short, are a pleasant mix that range from funny and entertaining to creepy and gory, and all of them are a lot of fun to watch. I do however wish some of the stories were just a little bit darker.

The talent bank with the writers and directors alone is phenomenal but then you add in all the insane acting talent and you've struck gold.

In addition to Tales of Halloweens enormous star studded cast, with many cameos by many revered horror figures, (Joe Dante, John Landis, Barry Bostwick, John Savage, and many others) Tales of Halloween boasts quite a few homages to some of the old horror favorites, ranging from Adrienne Barbeau as the DJ helping listeners to usher in the witching hour, to a candy bar labeled "Carpenter's" rather than Hershey's, as well as many other nods to the genre we all know and love. If you are a fan of anthologies you are bound to enjoy Tales of Halloween. I know I sure did. It has definitely made its way onto my Halloween season must watch list, and I strongly recommend you see it for yourself as soon as possible. If you haven't yet, you are truly missing out on a fun watch.

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MOVIE REVIEW: Poltergeist (2015)

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The Bowens are a family of five, consisting of Mom (Amy), Dad (Eric), and three kids (Kendra, Griffin, and Madison). They move into a new suburban home due to some financial woes and the children do not seem pleased about it. Meanwhile, Eric and Amy appear as though they are under a great deal of stress.

Almost immediately strange things begin happening within their new home. Strange noises in the walls, the electricity keeps flickering, cell phones are burning out, and there are "people" appearing in the TV talking to the youngest member of the family, little Madison. The whole family wakes up and Madison announces that "They" are here and the family soon discovers that the cemetery was "moved" when their subdivision was built, which of course, it wasn't. Their house does indeed rest upon the unmoved bodies, but they don't know that. Yet.

Shortly after moving into their new home, Eric and Amy attend a dinner party one night, leaving the three children at home, and in short order, Madison is lured to her bedroom closet and taken by unseen entities, clown dolls are coming to life, and trees are attacking poor Griffin, while a viscous goo seeps out of the floor, sprouting hands and attacking Kendra. It seems as though the attacks were a diversion by the spirits so that they would be able to get to Madison alone and lead her into the spirit world with them. Eric and Amy return home to find Madison missing and, after hearing her voice emanating from within the television, the family are forced to seek help from paranormal experts to find out if there is a way to get Madison back to her family where she belongs.

If you've seen the original, you pretty much know the rest, and how it all shakes out for the most part...

Poltergeist 2015 is an extremely watered down version of the beloved Tobe Hooper classic from 1982, that had almost no scares, thrill, or apprehension to it whatsoever. The scares are weak and seriously lacking in tension. It's almost as if the producers were holding so fast to that precious PG-13 rating that they forgot there was supposed to be a certain element of fear involved, making for a far less dramatic impact. I felt like there was no art behind it, they were just here for the cash cow that remakes invariably seem to be.

The acting is pretty much the only thing that wasn't a complete let down in Poltergeist 2015. There were some damn good performances, particularly from the younger cast members, ALMOST making it worth a one time watch. ALMOST.

I am not usually a remake snob and am generally willing to give almost anything a chance...This is one where I wished I hadn't watched it at all, let alone for $7.99 on VOD. But watch it I did, and I fucking HATED it. I should have known better, but for whatever reason (I think it must have been due to Sam Raimi's involvement), I had to see how big of a trainwreck it was. And holy shit, was it ever. I still want my time and money back and it's been a week.

There was nothing about this film that resonated with me in any way, shape, or form. Even going in expecting next to nothing, I was still a bit disappointed. One of the reasons I don't bitch too much about the endless stream of remakes is because I believe that they have the potential to gain the original films new followers. This version was so extremely unentertaining that I just don't see that happening.

Give me the brilliant Tobe Hooper version over this pointless, steaming pile of crap any day of the week. It's the only one worth watching.

I give this one 3/10 and that's only because I crush on Sam Rockwell and I am in a good mood.

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HALLOWEEN HORRORS: City of the Living Dead (1980)

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Anyone who knows me knows that I love my Italian horror. Namely Can I Buy Valium Over The Counter In Mexico films. I'm a Fulci girl all the way and no Halloween could or would ever be complete without a full on Fulci marathon. Unfortunately, I do not have time to write up his entire library of work so I had to narrow it down and choose one of my favorites, City of the Living Dead (AKA The Gates of Hell).

I was just nine years old when this masterpiece hit the theaters but it wouldn't be until my late teens that I would discover this cinematic gem, and Fulci in general, (thus giving birth to a lifelong love and appreciation for the "Godfather of Gore").

This is definitely one of the Fulci films that is loaded with the carnage and gore he is known for, and I love it! I mean, what's not to love about someone nearly being buried alive and then nearly taking a pick axe to the face while being rescued? And then we have people puking up their intestines and another being viciously murdered by way of a drill to the head, brain squeezing and eye bleeding?! SOLD. Give me ALL the gore.

For me, personally, no one else can capture that feeling of dread and panic, or open the very gates of hell quite the way Fulci could, and you get some of Fulci's most entertaining work in this film. The gore alone can't be beat.

Then you add the lovely Catriona MacColl (The Beyond) and frequent collaborator Fabio Frizzi's contribution with the ultra moody soundtrack, which is as always, brilliant and throw in some really inventive lighting and creative set design. It all adheres nicely and really comes together in setting the tone of this unsettling, apocalyptic nightmare. Fulci's knack for seeing the big picture and bringing it all together is truly insane.

If you are looking for something seriously creepy, atmospheric and gory, look no further. I know that most of our readers have already seen this film, as well as most of Fulci's other work, but all you newcomers out there need to seek this one out for some holiday viewing. And if you've already seen it, perhaps it's time to re-visit this old favorite. It's a perfect Halloween watch that gets watched in my house religiously every season.

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MOVIE REVIEW: Lovely Molly (2011)

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Lovely Molly begins with a girl filming herself apologizing to everyone for her actions and attempting to slit her throat on camera... The next time we see this girl, it is on her wedding day and she seems much happier.

Soon after her small, quiet wedding, newlywed and former junkie Molly Reynolds moves into her childhood home with her new husband Tim. All too soon painful and terrifying memories begin to surface and Molly becomes haunted by some unseen event of the past and strange things are happening in the house.

Something tragic happened to Molly and her sister Hannah in this house and it's almost as if Molly's presence in her father's old home has awakened something. It's never outright spoken but it is alluded to several times that maybe Molly and Hannah were molested and/or beaten by their father, who was apparently, a very sick man. It is also hinted at that perhaps Hannah was forced to murder him to protect Molly and herself.

Something ominous, mysterious, and increasingly terrifying is taking shape, and taking hold of Molly. And whatever it is seems bent on destroying the life that Molly has worked so hard to rebuild after her addiction and multiple relapses. A malevolence seems to be stalking her, building in its intensity and shredding her fragile hold on sobriety and sanity, endangering all those she cares about. And herself.

Her husband Tim's work often takes him away for fairly long stretches and Molly is left alone in the old isolated house. She begins hearing things. Voices and whispers and footsteps, which sends her into a rapid decline of madness, psychosis, and depravity. She claims her father is still in the house and that he talks to her.

Every aspect of her life is soon affected by these events. She loses her job after being shown by her boss some CCTV footage of herself in what looks like a full on sexual assault...but she is completely alone.

Every day, Molly's behavior becomes more and more erratic. Culminating in violence and murder and a very unnerving final image and the disappearance of Molly.

The audience is left to wonder if these things were actually happening to Molly or if it is all a product of a delusional and broken mind...


There is much to like as this film as there is to NOT like but surprisingly, I rather enjoyed it. I am generally not a fan of what can be considered lazy, haphazard filmmaking but there was just something about this and Sanchez's direction that really worked for me. There is a feeling of intense creepiness and for the entire run of the film, I found myself unable to relax. Most of that, however, is due to the acting talent of Gretchen Lodge who truly shines in the titular role.

Love it or hate it, I am a huge fan of The Blair Witch Project, so when I heard about this newest Eduardo Sanchez film, Lovely Molly, I was totally in. And much like with The Blair Witch Project, I was sucked right into the storyline and spent more hours than I care to admit trying to decipher any and all hidden meanings within the film. Sanchez made me feel as though there were many.

Many people have railed against this film because of the open ended climax that leaves much to the viewer's interpretation but I rather enjoy all the questions I had in my head after the credits rolled. Every time I watch the film, I find something, some little tidbit, that I missed on the first couple of viewings. This is definitely one I couldn't get out of my head and I have watched it several times just trying to catch all the little nuances and subtleties within the film.

While I really enjoy this creepy little horror mystery and found it to be right up my alley, it is definitely not for everyone. If you did not enjoy any of Eduardo Sanchez's other horror efforts, you might do well to stay away from this one.

I give it 7/10 Horse Head Demons

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HALLOWEEN HORRORS: Suspiria (1977)

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If you call yourself a horror fan and have not seen the classic horror film Suspiria, I'd like to ask you what rock you've been living under and revoke your card immediately.

Suspiria is the first of the "Three Mothers" trilogy and while it is certainly not everyone's cup of tea, it is a film that I consider a requisite one to watch if you are indeed a true fan of horror. I myself am a HUGE fan of this film (and Dario Argento's work in general) but even if weren't, the cinematography and the soundtrack alone make the film worth watching. Suspiria truly is a technicolor dream come true.

There's a reason this film was, and still is considered some of Argento's best work. Though the trailer does not do the true vibrancy of the colors in the film any justice, it truly is a breathtaking sight that lends itself to the overall sense of creepiness and fear that is Suspiria. It is a nightmare brought to terrifying life. And the soundtrack? It's fucking unbelievable. The collaboration between Argento and Goblin in its creation is goddamn mind blowing and is synonymous with terror for many fans around the world.

Here's a brief rundown of the film: New student to prestigious Ballet school in Germany, Suzy Bannion, is an innocent and fresh faced young girl from America. She arrives at the school in the middle of a storm and right from the jump, things seem questionable. As she approaches the academy, she sees another girl fleeing the school, shouting over the wind and looking terrified. Suzy cannot gain access to the academy and is forced to spend the night in town.

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Soon after her arrival the next day, one strange thing after another begins to happen. At her first lesson, Suzy becomes ill and nearly faints after a weird run in with the cook. She is then "prescribed" a glass of wine with dinner every night (and let me tell you, this wine is some the nastiest wine I've ever fucking seen).

Shortly thereafter while preparing for dinner, the ceiling rains maggots upon all the girls, which is quickly explained away by rotten crates of food that were stored in the attic but it seems like something far more ominous (and disgusting) to Suzy and her friends. They are forced to sleep in the practice hall while the maggots are cleaned up and one of the girls hears and sees something she shouldn't have and soon after disappears.

Amidst a series of violent deaths and what appear to be sudden vanishings within the academy, Suzy soon become suspicious that there is something sinister behind it all. After her friend mysteriously "leaves" without warning, she begins to do some sleuthing on her own and she discovers that the academy was started by a suspected witch while talking to an acquaintance.

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She then has a series of flashbacks about the things the first victim was shouting over the wind and rain on the night she arrived. She recalls the girl shouting something about a secret and turning the blue Iris and she goes investigating, looking for it. She finds the Iris, turns it and a secret door opens, revealing the coven's secret lair. It damn near costs her her life. She hears the coven plotting her demise as she moves to another room. Here she discovers the coven's queen and is forced to kill her. Suzy narrowly escapes with her life as the academy begins to crumble from within and is seen bursting into flames...

As I stated earlier, Suspiria is not for everyone but it is definitely for me. There are many different reason I love this film. The first being that like many others, I consider it to be a freaking visual masterpiece and it still creeps me out to this day. Dark arts, witches and curses are kinda a phobia of sorts for me (be careful who you piss off!!).

The other is purely sentimental in that it gives me very fond memories of my younger brother, Clayton, who passed away eight years ago. I was the one that showed him his first Argento film and Suspiria scared the living shit out of that kid when he was just ten years old. That showing grew into a massive, mutual love of Argento and his body of work for both of us, but especially for my him. He was an even bigger fan than I am. Clayton's birthday was on Halloween, so watching it is a great way for me to remember and honor him now that he is gone.

If you have not yet seen, Suspiria (is this even possible?) I urge you to do so and see this technicolor masterpiece for yourself. Like right now. It is a must see and there's no better time for witches than the Halloween season and if you love it like I do, I recommend follow it up with Inferno and The Mother of Tears and complete the "The Three Mothers" trilogy!

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ONE NIGHT ONLY: Dario Argento’s Tenebre Restored

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Though the film is still a couple of months away from its official release, (the film restoration has been completed but the bonus features and final presentation of the disc are still a work in progress) Synapse Films was gracious enough to entrust their project with the Flint Horror Collective and let them show the fans what they have done with the film in this exclusive one time event.

Tenebre is considered one of Argento's top films, and has long been thought of as a prime examples of the classic Italian giallo. Tenebre is a tense mystery that plenty of gore and a killer soundtrack by the one and only Goblin. Tenebre is one of the favorites among many giallo fans and this is a one night only opportunity that really should not be missed.

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When speaking with Chris Ringler with The Flint Horror Collective about this amazing free event, he had this to say:

"The film will be played from a Blu-ray, which will show how much work Synapse has done on the film. The film is still a few months from release so this is a huge honor for us to have Synapse trust us with the film and to allow us to show it before anyone else sees it.

The Flint Horror Collective will also be making a big announcement before the screening. We have been able to do the show thanks to Mott Community College and the support of the Black and Gold Film Club, who will be accepting donations for their programs. The Flint Horror Collective will also accept donations if anyone wants to help us keep creating fun and low cost events in the future.

We will also have a limited number of prints of Steven J Bejma's awesome TENEBRE poster for sale at the event for $5.

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If you are an Argento fan and live anywhere near the area, there is absolutely no reason to miss this event. Not only is the screening a huge opportunity, it is absolutely free. So is parking, but for an awesome Halloween gift such as this, be sure to make a donation to let The Flint Horror Collective just how appreciative you are.

I, myself, plan on being in attendance and personally cannot freaking wait to see what Synapse has done with one of my favorite Argento films. Talk about a great way to celebrate the Halloween season. There's no way I would miss this. I have been eager to see this since Synapse first announced their plans to take on several of Argen,to's films and I have been looking forward to this event for weeks!

Let's show Synapse and Flint Horror Collective what we're made of and show some support for this event so that they can keep having them! Hope to see you there!

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HALLOWEEN HORRORS: The Return of the Living Dead (1985)

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Directed by: Dan O'Bannon
Starring: Clu Gulager, Thom Matthews, Jewel Shepard, Linnea Quigley, Miguel Nunez, Beverly Randolph, James Karen, Don Calfa, Mark Venturini, John Philbin, Allan Trautman and Brian Peck


The Return of the Living Dead has long been one of my most revered horror films. It hit the theaters the day after my 13th birthday. I can remember the trailers alone, which would always be played right before bed, giving me panic inducing nightmares and terror unlike any I had ever experienced.

At this point, I was still cutting my teeth on horror and I had never seen anything with zombies in it before. I had never even heard of them, and I am telling you, the idea of them scared the living shit right out of thirteen year old me. I became obsessed with seeing this movie. I BEGGED my parents to let me go see it but my efforts were all in vain. My mother, having been thoroughly repulsed by George A Romero's Buy Diazepam Tablets Online, wouldn't hear of it.

Flash forward to my Freshman year of high school and my parents leaving me alone for the weekend to go to a high school reunion. I, at long last, had a copy of the film in my hands. Victory was mine! I watched it near the Halloween season, home alone, in the dark. I was both horrified and humored. It was a delicious balance. Just when I got so freaked out I thought I couldn't handle anymore, the comedy would come full force and it kept me from totally freaking out. I think I must have watched it at least five or six times that weekend. I was totally unlike most horror films I had seen and the zombies scared me shitless, but I fucking loved it. As scared as I was, I loved every damn minute of it and it spawned an intense fascination with zombies that would last a lifetime.

There was nothing, and I mean NOTHING, I didn't like about this classic. From the wardrobes to the soundtrack, the zombie make-up, the comedy and the gore, I was completely and thoroughly hooked. It ALL pretty much rocked my thirteen year old world. And you know what? At 43, it still fucking does!

The film may be set in early July, but I will forever equate it with the Halloween season because of my first experience watching it. Halloween just wouldn't have the same feel for me if I didn't watch it this time of year. And I recommend you do the same. For me, it is definitely a must watch. If you have not seen this, and I can't imagine how the hell that would have happened, do it. Now.

Rating: 10/10 Paramedics

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New DVD Releases – October 2015

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Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Insidious 3
Director: Leigh Whannel
Stars: Dermot Mulroney, Stefanie Scott, Lin Shaye and Angus Sampson
Synopsis: A prequel to the haunting of the Lambert family in which gifted psychic, Elise Rainier, agrees to help a young teenage girl who is being stalked by a dangerous entity.


Dark Places
Director: Gilles Paquet-Brenner
Stars: Charlize Theron, Christina Hendricks and Nicholas Hoult
Synopsis: Libby was only eight years old when her family was brutally murdered in their Kansas home. Now, thirty years later, she returns to the scene of the crime and uncovers the truth of the events on that fateful night.


Tremors 5: Bloodlines
Director: Don Michael Paul
Stars: Michael Gross, Jaime Kennedy and Natalie Becker
Synopsis: The Graboids are back and deadlier than ever! In this installment of the franchise, they terrorize a South African wildlife reserve form below AND above!


Final Girl
Director: Tyler Shields
Stars: Abigail Breslin and Francesca Eastwood, Alexander Ludwig and Wes Bentley
Synopsis: After the death of her parents, Veronica was taught how to become a human weapon by a man who lost his wife and child to murder. Twelve years later she encounters a group of young men that like to hunt and kill pretty blonde women. They decide they want to hunt Veronica but who's really hunting who?


Director: Matt and Ross Duffer
Stars; Alexander Skarsgard and Andrea Riseborough
Synopsis: A family seeks shelter in and old fallout shelter in an effort to escape a dangerous outbreak.


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The Falling
Director: Carol Morley
Stars: Maxine Peake, Maisie Williams and Florence Pugh
Synopsis: After a tragic event, the students at a strict, English girls school are struck with a strange fainting epidemic.


Director: Johnny Tabor
Stars: Marcelle Bowman, Tristan Parrish Moore and Robert Dean
Synopsis: Five friends go on a road trip, in search of fun. When one of them suddenly goes missing, the rest of the group is forced to confront a violent biker gang. After a narrow escape, their night quickly goes from bad to worse.


Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!
Director: Anthony C. Ferrante
Stars: Ian Zeiring, Tara Reid
Synopsis: Yet another ravenous shark-raining tornado strikes from Washington D.C. all the way to Florida.


Eli Roth Presents: The Stranger
Director: Guillermo Amoedo
Stars: Lorenza Izzo, Ariel Levy and Aaron Burns
Synopsis: A strange man arrives in a small Canadian town, looking for his wife and his presence plunges the community into a bloodbath.


We Are Still Here
Director: Ted Geoghegan
Stars: Barbara Crampton, Lisa Marie and Andrew Sensenig
Synopsis: An old New England home wakes up every thirty years and demands a sacrifice


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Tuesday, October 13, 2015

The Gallows
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Stars: Reese Mishler, Pfeifer Brown, Ryan Shoos
Synopsis: The Ouija 20 years after a horrific accident during a small town school play, students at the school resurrect the failed show in a misguided attempt to honor the anniversary of the tragedy - but soon discover that some things are better left alone.


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Director: Michael Polish
Stars: Kate Bosworth, Wes Bentley and Olivia Rose Keegan
Synopsis: A man wakes up with no memory after an accident and begins to suspect that his wife may not be his real wife and soon finds himself a prisoner in his home.


Dead Rising: Watchtower
Director: Zach Lipovsky
Stars: Virginia Madsen, Jesse Metcalfe, Meghan Ory
Synopsis: A zombie outbreak forces the citizens of a small town to fight for their survival amidst the outbreak.


Ghost in the Shell: Arise
Director: Kazuchika Kise and Masahiko Murata
Stars: Maaya Sakamoto, Ikkyu Juku and Yoji Ueda
Synopsis: In this prequel set one year after the fourth World War, cyborg and hacker extraordinaire Motoko Kusanagi from the military's 501st Secret Unit finds herself wrapped up in the investigation of a devastating bombing.


The Sand
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Stars: Cleo Berry, Brian Boone and Brooke Butler
Synopsis: After and all night graduation party on the beach, the partygoers wake up to discover that the beach is a living thing that will devour anything that touches its sand.


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Stars: Eric Roberts, Michele Hicks and Dee Wallace
Synopsis: A young hopeful couple move into the perfect home but when they discover there is a baby on the way, things soon begin to fall apart.


Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Death Valley
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Stars: Katrina Law, Lochlyn Munro and Victoria Pratt
Synopsis: Four drunken strangers driving from L.A. to Vegas hit a woman in the desert and are forced to overcome injury, elements and even each other in an effort to survive.


The Exorcism of Molly Hartley
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Stars: Sarah Lind, Devon Sawa and Gina Holden
Synopsis: Taking place years after The Haunting of Molly Hartley, Molly, now an adult, has become possessed by an evil spirit and needs to be exorcised before Stan takes her completely.


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Synopsis: Mack is trying to raise son Jesse to be a survivalist but Ben would rather do his things his own way. Can the two overcome their differences in the face of a zombie outbreak and somehow save humanity?


I Spit On Your Grave III: Vengeance is Mine
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Stars: Sarah Butler, Gabriel Hogan and Doug McKeon
Synopsis: Years after the events of the 2010 film, Jennifer Hills is back, still traumatized by the brutal assault she suffered. She has changed cities and her name and is trying to get her life back together, but when her friend is tragically murdered and the murderers go free, she takes justice into her own hands. Again.


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Stars: Olivia Taylor Dudley, Michael Pena and Dougray Scott
Synopsis: A priest and two Vatican exorcists must battle an ancient evil force and save a young girl's life.


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Stars: Andrew Fleming, Allen Lowman and Jessica Fratus
Synopsis: A horror anthology just in time for the Halloween season, in which six tales of terror are told, each by a different director.


Director: L. Gustavo Cooper
Stars: Casper Van Dien, Victoria Pratt and Addy Miller
Synopsis: A story about overcoming your own inner demons in order to find love.


Last Shift
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Stars: Juliana Harkavay, Joshua Mikel and J. LaRose
Synopsis: A rookie cop's works his first and only shift on the last night of a precinct that's closing. And his night quickly turns into a living nightmare.


Martian Land
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Stars: Alan Pietruszewski, Lane Townsend and Jennifer Dorogi
Synopsis: In the future, a large portion of humanity lives on Mars. The cities are protected from the inhospitable Mars atmosphere by dome-like force-fields. When a sandstorm breaks through one of domes and destroys one of the cities, and the inhabitants of the other cities must try and find a way to stop the storm before it wipes them all out.


Director: Michael Keeting
Stars: Larry Fessenden, Lauren Ashley Carter and Brian Morvant
Synopsis: A family intervention goes terribly wrong at an isolated home.


Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Director: Dean Whitney
Stars: Rachel Alig, Zach Gold and Burt Culver


The Human Centipede 3: The Final Sequence
Director: Tom Six
Stars: Dieter Laser, Eric Roberts, Robert LaSardo and Bree Olson
Synopsis: The body horror trilogy concludes in a prison with a 500+ centipede.


Navy Seals Vs. Zombies
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Stars: Ed Quinn, Stephanie Honore, Sue-Lynn Ansari
Synopsis: A team of highly trained Navy seals comes face to face with the undead and must fight to survive.


Director: Buz Alexander
Stars: Estella Warren, Mike Doyle and Massimo Dobrovic
Synopsis: Two New Orleans detectives are caught in a centuries-long feud between two clans of vampires while investigating a runaway child's case. Torn between their everyday lives and the allure of immortality, the detectives must race to destroy the evil Moldero clan.


Old 37
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Stars: Bill Moseley, Kane Kodder, Mike Doyle and Estella Warren
Synopsis: Two brothers intercept 911 calls and arrive on the scene in a beat up ambulance to torture and kill the accident victims.


Director: Jason Dudek
Stars: Vinnie Jones, Danny Glover and Taylor Handley
Synopsis: A deadly virus outbreak causes a Pharmaceutical company to recruit a wee-know scientist to develop a vaccine.

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MOVIE REVIEW (Short): Meat.Puppets (2013)

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We are then in a basement where this man has three women held captive and chained to a wall. This big, creepy dude looms over them, lunges at them, delighting in their screams. He continues to torment them for a bit, terrifying them and you definitely get a torture porn sort of vibe from it. But then the tone changes slightly, and from there it takes one hell of an interesting, and HILARIOUS turn of events. All I can really say without ruining it is that it doesn't go where you originally thought it was headed. Like at all.

The screening room reverberated with laughter form the audience at both screenings I went to and it was a lot of fun at the end. For a run of just ten minutes, it was highly entertaining. And the acting, although minimal is pretty damn good. I enjoyed it so much, I actually purchased a copy.

Meat.Puppets more than exceeded my expectations I definitely think it's worth seeing should you get the chance and if the people behind this ever come out with anything else, I will be all over it!

Rating: 8/10

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INTERVIEW: Brian Papandrea

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It's no big secret that I am a huge fan and supporter of Indie horror. It's also no secret that I have been backing the Indie sensation Fangboner since it's inception. I recently had the pleasure of meeting the lead actor of Fangboner (and Silver Bullet Pictures film Chubbies), Brian Papandrea. And he is one hell of a guy. I jumped at the opportunity to ask for an interview. He is just too talented (and hilarious) to let the opportunity slip by.

If you haven't seen any of his films, I urge you to do so. He is a damn good actor and really complements all the films I've seen him in. He pretty much makes the film. Check them out. If you like comedy in the same vein of many Buy Valium By Roche Online films, I can assure you that you will not be disappointed.

Ladies and Gentlemen, without further adieu, I give you Brian Papandrea...

House of Tortured Souls: First off Brian, I wanna say thanks for granting me (and House of Tortured Souls) your first interview.

Let’s get started with a little bit of background for the readers. Tell me how long have you been acting and how you got your start?

Brian Papandrea: Well I suppose that depends on if you count high school plays, which was very bad acting! Like, Troll 2 bad but without any of the charm! (Laughing) And if we count that as acting then I might as well throw in skits I made with some friends and my dad's VHS camcorder years before. In that case, let's say twenty years! Yeah, that'll make me kind of sound legit, somehow.

HoTS: When did you know that you wanted to be in the industry? Was it something you figured out early on?

BP: I don't know if I've ever thought I've wanted to be in an "industry" or anything like that. I just always knew that I've wanted to perform and make movies from a very young age. I do remember one moment that I knew I wanted to pursue comedy, which was the summer of '94 and I was flipping through channels and came across this sketch show on MTV called The State. And I don't know if you're familiar with that (although if you're not YOU SHOULD BE!!) but it blew me the fuck away because it was like Saturday Night Live on whip-its!

HoTS: I am definitely familiar with it (laughing) I loved it! Tell me a little bit about how you honed your craft. Have you trained professionally?

BP: Yes, I have and I have a bachelor's degree in Theatre Performance which means I can work at any restaurant of my liking (laughs) but while I was doing that I also took classes at The Second City which gave me so much more confidence both on stage and off. It even helped with writing scripts because if I'm completely out of ideas and staring at a blank computer screen, I'll just have the characters improvise dialogue and see what happens. Seventy percent of Chubbies was written that way and we left it in cause it just happened to work!

And not knocking my training in college because I did get a lot out of it in terms of becoming a character, and understanding their thoughts and motivations and blah blah woof woof...that's really boring, tedious shit but it was very necessary that I use on every film I've worked on.

And yes, I'm aware that I play a guy named Dick in a movie called Fangboner where I have to drink blood from people's crotches to stay alive!

HoTS: I know you’ve done a few Buying Valium In Kuala Lumpurfilms, and now Fangboner with Nathan Rumler. Is there anything else I don’t know of? What was your first role ever?

BP: The first movie I ever worked on was called The Stevie Wondershow, which actually had somewhat of a budget and was filmed in Iowa in the early summer of 2008. It was a very dry, dark comedy that was just an incredible experience. It traveled to a few festivals but never landed any distribution, unfortunately. After that I auditioned at an improv theatre and was a resident cast member there for about four years, which was awesome and consumed most of my time. And not just with improv, but I was also apart of several written shows that I am very proud of.

HoTS: All of your work in film that I have seen has all been comedic. Do you have any aspirations to take on something a little more serious in nature?

BP: Actually, months before we were going to start shooting Fangboner, I was cast in Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus. I've done some serious shows in college but this one I was going to play the role of Demetrius, who (along with his brother) rapes Titus' daughter then cuts off her tongue and hands. So...that was going to be something a little different for me. Of course, this show got cancelled two weeks before opening due to other actors dropping out or some shit. I don't remember. But if I can't do Shakespeare, Rumler is a good enough replacement!!

HoTS: What film was the most fun for you to be a part of? Any funny on set stories you can share?

BP: I'm having a hard time with this question...

The first half of filming the bowling ally scenes in Chubbies was an absolute nightmare! There was a blizzard going on every time we went up to shoot, we had cheap-ass lights, some effects weren't going right...nobody was having fun at all. When summer hit and we had the space scenes left to shoot, then it became fun. It was a pain in the ass shooting four scenes as one character in costume talking to an empty space, and then getting in make up for another character for four more scenes, but that was a fucking blast! I don't know if you have Chubbies or not but the BTS/outtakes on the dvd show a lot of the good time that went into making it. There's also a pretty good BTS/outtake reel on the Fangboner dvd as well.

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HoTS: I have scene all the extras on both movies and you're right. It's pretty funny. So what's your background in horror? Are you a longtime horror fan and if so what was it that started you on the horror trail?

BP: I've been a fan as long as I can remember! I have an older sister who was a teenager in the 80's so she introduced me to the likes of Freddy and Chucky.

I really had an awesome childhood because when my uncle would watch us, he would take us to the video store (back when there were not one but three video stores in one plaza!!!) and he would let us rent whatever we wanted! I have so many video store memories in the horror section that I could write chapters about it. Sometimes I would just stare at all the boxes and just be in awe of everything. Especially the vhs box for The Dead Pit because every time I had to push the button to make his face glow up, and I never rented it because I was probably too scared at the time. However, a couple years ago I got it from netflix (RIP Video Express) and turned it off after fifteen or twenty minutes because it wasn't the movie at all that I imagined it was as a little six year old fucking around with a movie box. And I didn't want to ruin the magic. I don't know if that really answered your question. But for real, I could talk about horror movies all day. And Van Damme movies too!

HoTS: Who are some of the people in the industry that you look up to?

BP: Anyone who is passionate in their art. People that are humble and not a pretentious asshole (which there are plenty in the scene). I guess I'm giving vague answers... Valium 20 Mg Online is someone that I have looked up to for a long time. Rumler and I got to see him do his X-Mas spoken word show live a couple years back.

We didn't pay the extra $100 for a bullshit meet and greet so he and I polished off a few beers at a bar next store. Then went towards the back of the building and John fucking Waters was leaving the venue. Now I've heard he is kind of a dick at meet and greets, but he was very gracious enough to stop, sign our dvds and take an individual picture with him, all while it being a snowy, 12 degree night and his taxi is waiting for him to go to the airport. I love stuff like that happening! As opposed to Tony Todd who will charge $20 for an autograph but be on his goddamn phone the entire time when meeting him. I digress, but seriously fuck Tony Todd, he sucks!

HoTS: Does acting pay the bills or do you have an “Average Joe” job that does that for you?

BP: I'm a server at a restaurant. I make very good money and they're flexible with my schedule for shooting and going to conventions. (Laughs) I tried the office job. I lasted four days.

HoTS: So what else is in the works for you? Anything new coming up soon?

BP: We have two or three projects in the early stages right now. There's going to be a winter movie that we'll start filming early December that may just be my directing debut. Then Nate (Rumler) and I are going to collaborate on a movie in the spring where I play Jesus, who gets kicked out of Heaven for being gay and is stuck on Earth. There's a lot more to it, but I'm not sure if I can give any more details out. I also have a script for a Chubbies sequel, but I'm not sure if that will get made any time soon because it's going to need a pretty decent sized budget that we have yet to work on. All in due time, though.

I'd also like to get back on stage for something, but at this rate, I have no fucking time!!

HoTS: Any future screenings planned for Fangboner? I know you had a vendor table at Motor City Nightmares back in September. How did that go for you? Were you well received?

BP: We did ok at MCN this year, however there wasn't that big of a turn out due to the fact that Valium Online Usawas the same weekend. We're just very excited to have a screening at our favorite convention recently, Buy Diazepam Uk Next Day Delivery! The screening went very well, it was standing room only!

We always have the greatest time at Wasteland, whether we have a screening or not, it's just a non-stop adventure and some of the coolest people you could ever be around!

As far as other screenings or conventions, we definitely want to get a table for HorrorHound in March, also Buy Diazepam 5Mg Ukand possiblyWhere Can You Buy Valium Over The Counter but we'll see. Just enjoying the positive feedback we've gotten so far from it.

HoTS: I am hoping to be able to get to Monster Mania as well. Maybe I'll see you there! Alright, lastly, the premiere for the film was back in September on the 25th. How did that go? Unfortunately I was unable to attend…

BP: It was perfect! And I sorta got engaged! I proposed to my girlfriend of 3 years (Sadie Tate) who is also in Buy Valium From India, on stage right before the movie played. Aside from that, people really dug Fangboner, which seemed like a Disney movie compared to the movie we screened before ours: James Bell's TANTRUM. And if you or your readers have seen Tantrum, you'll know what I mean.

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HoTS: That's awesome news man, congrats! Sadie is a sweet gal! I wish you the best of luck.

BP: Thanks! And thank you for the interview and all your incredible support thus far, Amy! It was great meeting you in person a few weeks back and hope to run into you again soon!

HoTS: I'm sure we will see each other around, Brian. Maybe even at Monster Mania! Thanks again for taking the time out to talk with me for The House of Tortured Souls. We wish you tons of success!

So there you have it, readers! I don't know about you but I for one am definitely looking forward to this future project where Mr. Papandrea plays a gay Jesus. I'm sure he will rock that role! And we will be sure to keep you up to date on the developments of said project, so stay tuned!

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MOVIE REVIEW: Cooties (2015)

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By Amy Lynes

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Directed by: Jonathan Millot and Cary Murnion

Starring: Elijah Wood, Rainn Wilson, Leigh Whannell, Alison Pill, Jack McBrayer, Nasim Pedrad, and Jorge Garcia

Cooties begins with a chicken, infected with some sort of virus, being processed and turned into chicken nuggets as it makes it way through various stages of processing via conveyor belts. The nuggets are then shipped to the elementary school at...Fort Chicken. Yes, that's right. I said Fort Chicken.

Clint is a down on his luck aspiring writer and teacher, who has recently returned home to Fort Chicken from New York. In addition to writing his horror novel about a possessed boat, he has returned to Fort Chicken to take a teaching job at his old elementary school. And of course, his first day on the job is the very day that the tainted nuggets are being served to the elementary students.

Things start off normal enough, with Clint arriving at the school at the start of the day and introducing himself to the rest of the oddball teaching staff and meeting up with his old school crush, Lucy. She is now the 4th grade teacher and coincidentally, the girlfriend of the proverbial asshole phys ed teacher, who from the minute he sees them talking, has it in for Clint.

Before long, all hell breaks loose, "Cooties" are spread and soon all the children at the school have it and begin tearing the adults apart and Clint and the rest of the rag tag band of teachers are left to fight for their lives in the middle of a massive zombie like outbreak. They soon discover that the "cooties" can be transmitted from child to child merely by touch and that it has become a widespread epidemic...

There is as much to like about Cooties as there is to dislike, and although killing kids has never been this much fun, there is just something lacking here. With equal parts horror and equal parts comedy, Cooties was too light on both and almost seems to make fun of itself. The end result is that what could have been an extremely entertaining watch leaves much to be desired.

While the direction is mediocre, the effect aren't half bad and the acting is delightful. Even the cheesy, overused in horror films dialogue comes off as funny when masterfully executed by the talented cast, making the film much more palatable and fun to watch. Rainn Wilson shines with his comedic delivery as Wade and is perfectly complemented by Elijah Woods' take on geeky writer/teacher Clint and Leigh Whannell's portrayal of the creepy/dorky Doug.

While there is something a little bit weird about rooting for the destruction of these zed-like brain eating killer kids, there is a certain amount of satisfaction to be had watching these educators dispatch their charges, sometimes with glee. Ultimately though, Cooties almost tries too hard to be funny with cheap comedic shots and dialogue and in spite of the films humorous premise it does not quite live up to it's potential. There are worse ways to spend an afternoon, but if you are looking to be wowed, look elsewhere.

Rating 6/10

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AMC’s Fear Fest Returns for 19th Year

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Back in 1996 that the AMC network first began celebrating Halloween with a marathon of horror movies and or/series or both. The length of AMC's Fear Fest varies from year to year but always runs up to and through the big day.

The HoTS staff is full massive horror fans, so we are very happy to report that Fear Fest will return for it's 19th year! And it is sure to be a good one, as it has been revealed that we will get two full weeks of terror this time around!

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The season premieres of “The Walking Dead” and “Talking Dead” will coincide with AMC’s Zombie Apocalypse Week, from Monday, October 5 through Sunday, October 11, as well as the network’s annual blockbuster marathon of thriller and horror films, AMC Fearfest. Celebrating its 19th year, AMC Fearfest will feature themed programming and more than 60 films, running from Sunday, October 18th through Saturday, October 31st.

And from the AMC twitter account:
Loyal and devoted FearFest viewers, we truly wish we could have started FearFest earlier this year,” the account tweeted out over the weekend. “It seems as the years go by, the time we are allotted is shortened. We hope you will stick with us and enjoy what time we do have together!

Once again FearFest will begin on the 18th!” the announcement continued. “But we will be showing more horror films daily beforehand (just not exclusively). Please check our website for the movies playing in your region!

The schedule for AMC's FearFest 15 has not yet been released but the minute we have the information, we at HoTS will be sure to keep you informed, so stay tuned for more info as it becomes available!

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MOVIE REVIEW: Fangboner (2015)

MOVIE REVIEW: Fangboner (2015)

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By Amy Lynes

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Written and directed by: Nathan Rumler

Starring: Brian Papandrea, Emily Hilborn, Sadie Tate, James Bell, Sheri Darling and featuring an appearance by Angelina Leigh

Meet Dick. Dick is a guy with an active sex life and a very interesting theory on STD's. Dick likes to party, get totally wasted, pick up random slutty chicks at parties and have mindless sex, usually forgetting the girls name soon after.

Meet Suzy. Suzy is a bit of a slut and one of Dick's drunken one night conquests.

Dick has so much mindless sex that he winds up infected with a strange unknown virus after having yet another casual one nighter with someone he only refers to as "Sucky the Succubus".

The same day he is struck with the virus, Suzy calls wanting to see him and talks him into coming over to watch movies and "chill". He goes to the bathroom and realizes that maybe something isn't quite right below the waist and hilarity ensues. After the bathroom crisis is over, they wind up in bed together and by the next morning Suzy is also infected but neither of them can remember the events of the night before.

Soon after Suzy becomes infected, they discover that they no longer want food, now they want BLOOD, only blood and lots of it. Not only that, but they need to suck the blood from the crotches of their victims. The pair hatch a plan to find victims, drink their blood and have a chance at staying alive and more hilarity ensues.

To make everything worse, the alien beings who are responsible for the virus that is wreaking havoc on their bodies have realized that they are infected and what they are doing in order to survive. The "Master" makes "Sucky" return to Earth in an effort to find and eradicate Dick and Suzy before they infect the entire world.

From there on, watching Dick and Suzy fumble around while the virus slowly erases their memories just gets funnier and funnier and you find yourself routing for these two idiots while simultaneously laughing your ass off.

Fangboner is the directorial debut of Nathan Rumler. It's highly original and fun to watch. Its in the same outrageous vein as many Buy Valium By Roche Online movies, so if you are a fan of those types of films, I'd say Fangboner might be a good recommendation for you. I laughed so hard that my abs literally hurt for most of the next day and I kept using quotes from the movie all day long and calling people "Crotch Suckers". Classy, eh?

All in all, it was an entertaining watch and I am glad I bought myself a copy. The acting was great and the sound was extremely well done. I did not have a low budget sound at all and Nathan did a phenomenal job with the soundtrack and the bonus features are a must see also.

You never know what you are going to get with these low budget indie films. It's usually hit or miss but I really think that for a first effort, Nathan Rumler hit it outta the park with this one. If tasteless humor is your thing, you'll love Fangboner and I can't recommend it enough.

I give it an 8/10

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STEELBOOK REVIEWS: Demons (1985) and Demons 2 (1986)

STEELBOOK REVIEWS: Demons (1985) and Demons 2 (1986)

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Having been a longtime fan of both, Demons and Demons 2, I quickly went into hardcore fangirl mode when I heard about the pending release of their limited edition steelbooks from Synapse Films. From the pictures alone they looked absolutely stunning. I knew immediately that I had to have them. Not only based on the previous transfer and restoration work I had seen come from the talented folks at Synapse Films (and what they did with films such as Prom Night, Curtains, and Basket Case 2), but also because these films have seriously been among my favorites for YEARS. I love them.


Not long after their release, I called Jerry Chandler (of Synapse Films) directly, and ordered one of each film. A few days later, they at long last arrived. I couldn't wait to tear into the box and lay my eyes on them. And when I finally did? They were totally worth the long, agonizing wait. They literally took my breath away. The outside artwork is incredible. I almost didn't want to unwrap them and have them as display only, they were that beautiful.

Very carefully, I removed the cellophane and opened the first film, Demons. When I opened it up, I found a replica of the Metropol theater ticket and more artwork on the inside of cover (of an image I absolutely love - I had gotten the exact image tattooed on my shoulder about two years prior) and a DVD copy of the film as well as the Blu-ray. I popped in the Blu-ray and kicked back to take it all in. I sat there speechless for the entirely of the film. The colors, the sound, everything about it was breathtaking and I was seriously over the moon that I had decided to make this purchase.

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After the credits rolled, I started in on all the bonus features. In addition to the ticket replica, there are plenty more. If you are a fan of Italian horror and names like Lamberto Bava, Dario Argento, Octavio Dell'Acqua and Luigi Cozzi, then you really need to see/own this Synapse release. The interviews are very informative and are a must see for the diehard fans. There is also audio commentary with director Lamberto Bava, actress Geretta Geretta, Claudio Simonetti, and SFX make up artist Sergio Stivaletti.

A few days later, I finally got the chance to open up and inspect the Demons 2 steelbook and It's pretty much more of the same awesomeness and badassery. There is a replica of Angela's birthday party invitation and more fantastic artwork on the inside cover, as well as a Blu-ray and DVD copy of the film. I started the Blu-ray, got comfortable and once again, the sound, the color, and clarity were all truly amazing. I was glued to the TV until the credits ran.

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Of course, I also had to check out the bonus features and they are once again a treasure trove for Italian horror fans, complete with English and Italian soundtracks, the original theatrical trailer, and interviews with Lamberto Bava, Roy Bava, Sergio Stivaletti, Federico Zampaglione and Soundtrack Composer Simon Boswell. And like all the interviews in the Demons steelbook, they are a must see for the diehards.

Overall, I couldn't be happier with what Synapse has given us with these steelbook releases and I am extremely happy that I was able to get my hands them, especially since they are limited to 3,000 each. I'm telling you, if you are an extreme fan of these films like me, these are pieces you have to have in your collection and proudly display.

Earlier in 2015, I discovered that Synapse had also taken on the restoration of three Dario Argento films, Suspiria, Tenebrae, and Phenomena (aka Creepers). Because of what Synapse has done with Demons and Demons 2, I am eager to see what they do with these classics from one of my all-time favorite directors.

I highly recommend these and I give them both a solid rating of 10/10.

COMING SOON: Rings (2015) Samara Is Back

COMING SOON: Rings (2015) Samara Is Back

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We all remember the fun loving little girl who climbed up a well and crawled out of a TV to steal your soul in the 2002 Paramount Pictures blockbuster The Ring starring Naomi Watts, who will not return for this one).

Paramount has picked the story back up for another installment in the franchise and has decided to give us a prequel this time. Rings is being brought to you by F. Javier Guitierrez, who both wrote and directed 2008's crime/drama/science fiction film Before the Fall (Tres días).

The prequel story is said to take place before the dreaded VHS tape existed. This time around the story of the young Samara, and the torment and terror that she brought as a child, and why she was thrown down a well by her own mother will unfold.

Rings stars Aimee Teegarden (Scream 4, Friday Night Lights), Johnny Galecki (The Big Bang Theory, Roseanne), Alex Roe (The Calling), and Laura Wiggins (Dance of the Dead, Shameless). Other cast members include former soap opera star Zach Roering (The Vampire Diaries) and Brandon Larracuente (Bloodline).

Filmed in and around Atlanta and Decatur, Georgia, Rings is based on the novel by Kôji Suzuki and adapted for the screen by Jacob Aaron Estes (Mean Creek), Akiva Goldsman (I, Robot, I Am Legend, Fringe), and David Loucka (House at the End of the Street).

With Doug Davison (The Departed, Quarantine, Quarantine 2) and Guillermo del Toro (The Devil's Backbone, Pacific Rim, The Strain) as well as Neal Edelstein (Mulholland Drive, The Ring, The Ring 2) among the executive producers attached, fans of The Ring and The Ring 2 are cautiously optimistic that this prequel will live up to the reputation of the first film. I, for one, was a big fan of the 2002 film, so fingers crossed!

Rings is set to hit theaters November 13, 2015.

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MOVIE REVIEW: The Green Inferno (2013)

MOVIE REVIEW: The Green Inferno (2013)

By Amy Lynes

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Much to the delight of horror fans all over, The agonizingly long wait for Eli Roth's The Green Inferno has finally come to an end. The film has FINALLY been unleashed upon the gore loving masses and we can now, at long last, witness what Eli Roth has done with the cannibal subgenre and find out if it lives up to the all the hype and long running controversy behind it.
Here is a short rundown of the synopsis of The Green Inferno:

Justine is a young college student whose father works for the UN. After hearing gruesome reports of genital mutilation in other countries, she makes friends with who talks her into coming to an activist meeting and she becomes interested in the plight of the many native tribes that are being forced out of their villages in the Peruvian jungle by greedy companies who are deforesting the land and either forcing the natives out or killing them if they fight back.

Soon after, her initial meeting, she decides to join their cause and they head off to the jungle with a plan to chain themselves to the heavy machinery and to keep the bulldozers from being operational, thus keeping the workers from doing their jobs and delaying their project.

Rather quickly, Justine nearly takes a bullet to the head because she was given a faulty lock and is an easy target for the corporation goons. Turns out these activists were setting her up the whole time just to get footage of a daughter of a UN worker being threatened and possibly even killed by the huge corporation. They are then detained for a short time before being released and told to leave immediately. Of course, on their way out of the jungle, the engine blows and the plane crashes. Within minutes, the natives come and the students (who are still dressed in their corporation worker gear) that survive the crash soon wish that they maybe hadn't...

Although it was a little slow to get going, the gore and carnage didn't seem to stop after the first gruesome kill. Kudos to the Nicotero-Berger effects team for the amazing effects. It was fantastic work and extremely beneficial to the the film. However, there is a scene with CGI ants that leaves much to be desired. They look incredibly fake and it really detracts from the scene. It made the terror of something like that happening far less believable and really not that terrifying at all.

Aside from that, the rest of the visuals are phenomenal. Shot on location in Peru, The Green Inferno had some fabulous scenic shots which really lend themselves to the feeling of isolation. Knowing there is no one out there to help these kids and that no one will be coming to their aid anytime soon adds to the overall feeling of despair.

The Green Inferno is a reunion of sorts, in that we see quite a few familiar faces we've seen in some of Roth's previous work. Lorenza Izzo (also Roth's real life spouse since late 2014) has been in two other films, Aftershock and Knock Knock, and Ariel Levi and Nikolas Martinez were both in Aftershock, as well as Ignacia Allamand, to name a few. There is a reason he uses the same cast repeatedly. It's because they nail their roles beautifully. There were some characters that were really likable and you actually feel remorse when they meet their demise. And then there are the characters where you applaud the bad things that happen to them because they were such assholes. The performances from the entire cast made the fear, shock and disgust of their dire situation believable.

In spite of all the blood, gore, and some extremely gag worthy moments, there were some comedic moments mixed in as well. An odd choice for a cannibal movie. But it wasn't necessarily a bad thing. A tad unnecessary, but it was nicely balanced by all the carnage. Fans of the old cannibal films of the 70s and 80s will delight in the nods to some of the cannibal film classics that can be seen throughout the film, especially the end. And by the way, stay for the credits. There's a little something there that may be indicative of a possible sequel.

While it's clear that Roth was making an attempt at social commentary about using social media to publicly shame and exact "justice", the statement falls somewhat flat. The Green Inferno probably won't change anyone's opinion on Eli Roth if they are not already a fan, but the fans of his usual splatterfests will revel in the morbid deliciousness of this film. I know did. And I already can't wait to see it again.

Rating: 9/10

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