Neon Sabbath, the latest book of short horror stories from author Tim Murr (Motel on Fire, City Long Suffering, Conspiracy of Birds), will be released August 3, 2013, by St. Rooster Books.
Jeffery X Martin lives in a secret enclave, protected by wild turkeys and bobcats, somewhere in the Great American South. He is the author of five books, available through Amazon, and the former co-host of the podcast, "Kiss the Goat." He has been previously published on Popshifter and Machine Mean. In his spare time, he enjoys professional wrestling, Italian horror movies, and post-punk janglepop.
Aliens invade Australia in the sprawling sci-fi action adventure, ‘Occupation,’ which owes as much to Irwin Allen disaster movies of the 1970’s as it does to its more modern pew-pew-pew counterparts.
The Joko Anwar film, Satan’s Slaves, which had its Canadian premiere at Fantasia 2018, has a wonderfully lurid title which could lure in fans of Satanic cinema. But while there is mention of Satan, and there are most definitely slaves, this is not your typical devil movie.
The Fantasia 2018 selection, ‘Cold Skin,’ is a masterfully frightening and affecting film in which the main characters must combat monsters from both without and within.
If ever a movie needed an exclamation point in its title, it is ‘Disaster,’ an action movie so insanely brainless, it gets our lowest (meaning ‘highest’) recommendation.
This year’s Fantasia Festival looks like a garden of devilish delights for horror fans, and while there’s something for everyone, Jeffery X Martin has put together his Fantasia dream list of fright flicks.
Donald Pleasance as a science-crazed botany professor? Tom Baker as a seven-foot-tall giant with facial tumors? And this is really a real movie, for real? Sign me up for ‘The Freakmaker,’ post-haste!
Geoff Redknap’s invisible man movie, ‘The Unseen,’ eschews the mad scientist formula and creates a fantastic and thoughtful story about lost souls.
Our latest look at ‘The Predator’ has arrived and we are now officially on board. Because, let’s face it. That first teaser was terrible.
I have never seen anything quite like The Milpitas Monster, a project that took three years to complete.
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