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DVD Review: Escapee


  High risk psychiatric patient, Harmon Jaxon attacks a young psychology student called Abby on a tour of the hospital.  Nobody thinks too much of it, but when Harmon Jaxon escapes to go after the look-alike of his ex-girlfriend, anyone who stands in his way dies.  The bodies are piling up and it’s up...
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News: The Ghost is a Lie

Rachel Sellan

Coming from the makers of 48 Hours in Purgatory, comes the new flick The Ghost is a Lie.  Skeleton Key Films are proud to present their newest venture into the horror that lies within and writer/director Jason Armstrong is once again ready to astound and scare… Synopsis: “Hoping to cash in on the final...
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DVD Review: The Traveler


There is a superstition that says the victims of an executioner will come back as vengeful spirits to seek their own justice on those who have wronged them, but when a man enters the police station and confesses to six murders he didn’t commit yet, nobody thinks this might be one of those instances....
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Short Film Review: The Stolen

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When you’re young, your imagination runs wild, innocence is your only line of defence and yet, in some cases innocence is your biggest weakness.  When Essie sees her brother bullying another boy and he gets put into a cage, she dares to save him.  When Essie saves this beaten boy, she is granted a...
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DVD Review: Alyce


Alyce has always been slightly weird, but some may have attributed it to her lack of self-confidence.  She’s quite and an introvert, except when she’s with her best friend Carroll.  At work she gets bullied by a jealous manager and at home, she’s alone.  One night though, Caroll and Alyce decides to go out...
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Book Review: The Bloody Red Baron by Kim Newman


It is 1918 and World War I is at hand. Dracula is commander-in-chief of the armies of Germany and Austria-Hungary, but the war of the great powers in Europe is also a war between the living and the dead, though history books certainly didn’t bring that into the equation for us.  Making it an...
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Film Review: The Hidden Face


Gothic is a word with almost too many meanings. To some, it’s dressing in black and dancing like a dervish to the Sisters of Mercy. To others, it is a style of architecture, all pointed arches and flying buttresses. The original ‘Gothic Story’ was the 1764 novel by Horace Walpole The Castle of Otranto...
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Film Festival News: The X-Fest is Bringing New Extremes for the 5th Year in a Row!


The X FEST Extreme Film Festival Chapter V  11-13 MAY 2012 @ The Labia Theater – 68 Orange Street, Gardens, Cape Town, ZA  www.XFEST.org The most outrageous film festival on South African soil claws its way to the half decade mark, defying cinematic convention! Set to rip the screen to shreds for the 5th time...
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Film News: The Raid Exploding on 280 Cinemas in the UK and Ireland?! Oh My!


The news is that Momentum Pictures, a part of the Alliance Films Company, will release the film, which critics are calling “The Best Action Film of the Year”, THE RAID, in over 280 cinemas across the UK and Ireland on 18 May.  An up to date list of all the cinemas playing THE RAID...
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Book News – Days with the Undead: Book 1

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It’s a journal of survival. Five people set out to escape the Undead who have risen too close to home. Join the emotional and physical struggle as they began on the third day after the awakening of Brooks VanReit, as they are recorded from the point of view of Julie, a former pathologist and...
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