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Book Review: Beatrysel by Johnny Worthen


Title: Beatrysel Author: Johnny Worthen Publisher: Omnium Gatherum Press Published: September 2013 Genre: Paranormal/Horror Rating: 9.5/10 Unsatisfied with the ancient grimoires, the Magus made his own. Unsatisfied with the ancient demons, the Magus made Beatrysel. She was a creature of love, but there is no love without hate, no light without darkness, no loyalty without betrayal.  And demons covet flesh....
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DVD Review: I Spit on Your Grave (2010)


When Jennifer Hills, a writer, decides on going on a retreat away from the city to write her new book, she catches the eyes of a group of hillbilly, morally deprived scum who horribly beat, rapes and tortures her, which results in her throwing herself into the raging river to escape the torture.  Unfortunately...
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Competition: 333 – The Halfway to Hell Halloween Competition *CLOSED*


It’s that time of year again and I know you’ve been wondering what Killer Aphrodite’s got planned for Halloween.  Well, you don’t have to wait much longer, because today is the beginning of our annual horror competition!  Yes, we’ve put together some great prizes for 3 lucky readers, which is guaranteed to entertain and...
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Author Spotlight: Nate D. Burleigh


About the Author Nate D. Burleigh is a family man. In the light of day he works as a Senior Disability Benefit Manager for an insurance compay. But, in the thralls of night, his doppelganger takes over. It feverishly types away into the wee hours of the morning weaving intricate webs of horror. Nate...
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DVD Review – Silent Hill: Revelation

Silent Hill Revelation

Heather Mason and her father have always tried to stay one step ahead of the malevolent forces intent on their destruction.  Haunted by their pasts, the truth, and an order set on destroying Heather, they move from place to place continuously.  However, even though Heather has amnesia when it comes to Silent Hill, her...
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Film News: Ditch Day Massacre Reveals More Chills and Thrills from the Film’s First Movie Clip


Bill Oberst Jr. and Lynn Lowry Shine Like the Edge of an Axe Blade in this Clip taken from the Upcoming Slasher Film Ditch Day Massacre! “There’s Hell to Pay for Cutting Class!” Horror fans will be pleased to know that the much anticipated Ditch Day Massacre is finally complete. Fans have selected the...
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Book News: Ha-Ha! Horror by Monstermatt Patterson Cover Art Reveal


Mystery & Horror LLC is pleased to reveal the book cover to Ha-Ha! Horror, by author/illustrator Monstermatt Patterson. This marks the return to print for the “Man of a Thousand Bad Monster Jokes”. Monstermatt pays tribute to slapstick comedy, classic horror and crime / pulp magazine covers, with his book cover painting. His jokes...
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Film News (UK): FrightFest All-Nighter Line-Up and Guests Announced

Nothing Left To Fear -MR1

The FrightFest All-Nighter 13 returns to the Vue in London’s Leicester Square on Saturday October 26 for the third year, with six killer titles including UK premieres of THE STATION, PATRICK, NOTHING LEFT TO FEAR and SOULMATE. So climb aboard FrightFest’s Halloween Express, with guests including NEIL MARSHAL, ANNA WALTON, RENAUD GAUTHEIR and MICHAEL...
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Interview with Director Paul China

The China Brothers-MR1

Australian brothers Paul China (left) and his brother Benjamin, received rave reviews for their debut feature film, CRAWL, for which they have been compared to the Cohen Brothers. On the eve of the film receiving its much deserved UK TV premiere on the Horror Channel, Paul China gives us some insight into the making...
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Book Review – Beyond Rue Morgue Anthology: Further Tales of Edgar Allan Poe’s 1st Detective

Rue Morgue

Title: Beyond Rue Morgue Anthology: Further Tales of Edgar Allan Poe’s 1st Detective Publisher: Titan Books Published: 26 July 2013 Genre: Anthology Rating: 5/10 Poe’s ‘The Murders in the Rue Morgue’ introduced the world to its first literary detective, Le Chevalier C. Auguste Dupin, and established many literary devices used in future fictional detectives, including Sherlock Holmes and Hercule...
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