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New Horror Releases November 1 to 6, 2018

November 1, 2018 Don’t F*** in the Woods (2016) (Directed by Shawn Burkett)   Blu-ray PRINCIPAL CAST: Brittany Blanton, Ayse Howard, Roman Jossart, Nadia White, Brian Cornell SYNOPSIS: A group of friends are going on a camping trip to celebrate graduating college. But once they enter the woods, the group are attacked by a creature. GENRE: Horror RATING: Not…


Mastiff News

Sludgecore Leviathans MASTIFF Announce New Album; Release New Track Plague to be released via APF Records 1 February 2019 Track ‘Hellcircle’ is out NOW Like a black mould that just won’t clean away, Kingston Upon Hull’s premier misery spreaders MASTIFF have returned from their darkened sewer, bringing with them a viral monstrosity that threatens to infect and destroy music as…


GATEKEEPER’s Grey Maiden Unleashing in February 2019

Looking to strike while the iron is hot, Canadian up and coming True Metal force GATEKEEPER will release the Grey Maiden EP on February 22 via Cruz Del Sur Music.   Featuring two brand-new compositions, a cover song and a track re-recorded from their first demo, Grey Maiden picks right up where the band’s acclaimed East Of Sun first full-length left off. The groundswell…


Far from the Apple Tree Press Release

Official trailer release and two exclusive scene excerpts for Sorcha Groundell’s (star of Netflix hit The Innocents) fairytale-horror movie, Far From The Apple Tree. “One of the most authentic horror films I’ve ever seen. What it accomplishes with zero jump scares, virtually no blood, and a minuscule budget is mind-numbing” Modern Horrors “A tour de…


New Horror Soundtracks Releases

BRAM STOKER’S DRACULA (3 CD / 3000 EDITION) (CD) Composed by: Wojciech Kilar La-La Land Records, Sony Pictures, Sony Music and American Zoetrope proudly present a three-disc remastered and expanded re-issue of acclaimed composer Wojciech Kilar’s (THE PIANIST, THE NINTH GATE) original score to the renowned 1992 feature film BRAM STOKER’S DRACULA, starring Gary Oldman, Winona…


Surviving the Holidays: Slashing Away Part 2 (Dec 16 to 31) – By Baron Craze

December 16th Dismembering Christmas (2015) there’s just something about this title I find amusing, perhaps it reminds of I Dismember Mama (1972), but anyway it follows the slasher playbook, with seven high schoolers shacking up in a winter lake house while someone seeks to see their insides at any cost. I suppose this madman seeks…


Ugly Sweater Party (2018) – By Baron Craze

First, before starting this review, I know the director, met him personally in 2008 at the Terror Film Festival, in Philadelphia, PA where I saw his short film Absent (2008), which made the Hollywood film Teaching Mrs. Tingle look like a g-rated production, his work contained scenes of brutalization and mass suicide of evil portions;…


Horror Topic: Gateway to Hell – By Baron Craze

Every so often, I shall take on topic in the horror genre, and this marks the first in that adventure. Often horror films name the occult theme and those recently in the found footage subgenre, the term ‘Gateway to hell” surfaces, and since the month of November recently passed, why not take on this highly…


Bonehill Road (2017) – By Baron Craze

Allow me a moment to fully disclose that I met Todd Sheets for the first time at the NJ Horror Con and Film Festival #4 in Atlantic City, NJ, I saw the artwork for his werewolf movie, and thought this looks interesting. After some discussion of his film, I promised him that I wouldn’t reveal…


Strange Nature (2018) – By Baron Craze

Strange Nature presents itself as a thriller first, then quite a bit of drama, before setting on horror in the second half of the film, as if the film mutates itself slowly unsure which direction to project itself towards, this likely is the result of first-time director James Ojala, who many know as a make-up…