Book Review: RIGHTEOUS MALEFICIA by Emir Skalonja

Book Review: RIGHTEOUS MALEFICIA by Emir Skalonja Plot: England 1392. As the Black Death quickly spreads through the kingdom, the little hamlet of Blythe’s Hallow suffers under the yoke of a sadistic Lord. Desperate, the villagers decide to seek out the magical help of a local witch, causing the wrath of the Church. Torture and … Continue reading “Book Review: RIGHTEOUS MALEFICIA by Emir Skalonja”

HORROR COMEDY ‘GARDEN PARTY MASSACRE’ RELEASES TEASER TRAILER

Horror meets comedy in award winning Gregory Blair’s new film GARDEN PARTY MASSACRE, which is currently finishing up post production via Pix/See Productions. In a 180-degree tone shift from Blair’s previous film (the moody, brooding psych-thriller DEADLY REVISIONS), GARDEN PARTY MASSACRE is a fast-paced romp where both ketchup and blood flow freely.  Based on his … Continue reading “HORROR COMEDY ‘GARDEN PARTY MASSACRE’ RELEASES TEASER TRAILER”

Film Review: BLOODRUNNERS (2017)

BLOODRUNNERS **** U.S.A. 2017 Dir: Dan Lantz 95 mins Set in 1933, towards the end of the prohibition era to be precise, in America where guns, gangsters and crooked cops are in abundance we find Jack Malone (Michael McFadden). A long serving corrupt copper who is suffering with severe PTSD from his time spent as … Continue reading “Film Review: BLOODRUNNERS (2017)”

BRAD DOURIF THRILLER ‘THE CONTROL GROUP’ OUT NOW

Wild Eye Releasing has announced the North American Cable and Digital HD release of Peter Hurd’s THE CONTROL GROUP. Starring Brad Dourif (The Child’s Play series, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, The Lord of the Rings) as a mad scientist, THE CONTROL GROUP follows kidnapped coeds as they attempt to escape from his grasp. Writer-director Peter … Continue reading “BRAD DOURIF THRILLER ‘THE CONTROL GROUP’ OUT NOW”

Film Review: MY LITTLE SISTER (2016)

MY LITTLE SISTER ** Italy 2016 Dir: Maurizio del Piccolo, Roberto del Piccolo 80 mins Italian horror has risen again like something out of a Lucio Fulci movie, with that we get the really good and the barely watchable movies. Unfortunately MY LITTLE SISTER falls into the latter category despite its best efforts to stay … Continue reading “Film Review: MY LITTLE SISTER (2016)”