Via Broke Horror Fan-Scary Stories will be released on DVD on July 16 via Wild Eye…

Scary Stories will be released on DVD on July 16 via Wild Eye Releasing. The feature-length documentary explores the Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark short story collections, written by Alvin Schwartz and illustrated by Stephen Gammell.Directed by Cody Meirick, the film includes interviews with members of Schwartz’s family, R.L. Stine, Bruce Coville, Q.L.…

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Via Cult Faction-Preview- DCEASED #1 (of 6)

“I looked, and there before me was a pale horse! Its rider was Death, and Hades was following close behind him.”-Revelation 6:8 A mysterious techno-virus has been released on Earth, infecting 600 million people and turning them instantly into violent, monstrous engines of destruction. The heroes of the DCU are caught completely unprepared for a […]

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Via VHS Revival-Evilspeak (1981)

During the early 1980s, primitive home computers were presented as having almost limitless capacities.You remember the ones: green text on a black screen with the kind of graphics that made Ceefax seem positively futuristic. Whether it was kids embroiled in high-tech nuclear war (War Games) or adolescents of a hornier persuasion manufacturing beautiful women in their bedrooms (Weird Science), computers were God-like in their powers, and with only a modicum of tech skills average schmoes the world over were capable of redefining the laws of physics.

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Via The Scary Reviews-White Picket Prisons by Kelli Owen

Genre: Thriller Length: 219 Pages Publisher: Gypsy Press Release date: August 29, 2013 Synopsis: Detective Mark Baker is an honest cop and an all-around good guy. After a chaotic night, Mark starts to reexamine his role in the system he no longer believes in. That’s when an ominous letter arrives from his estranged sister. She […]

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Via B&S About Movies-My Friends Need Killing (1976)

I can’t believe this gutter level exploration of Vietnam came out in 1976. Actually, I can. Exploitation films aren’t afraid to explore the kind of truths that regular films are squeamish about. Gene Kline came back home and spent some time in a mental hospital, but is trying to get things right. He can’t — […]

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