‘Frankenstein vs. The Mummy’ Coming to DVD February 10th – Trailer Inside

RLJ/Image Entertainment will be releasing FRANKENSTEIN VS. THE MUMMY on DVD and Digital Download on February 10, 2015.  

 

Dr. Victor Frankenstein and Egyptologist Naihla Khalil are both professors at a leading medical university. Victor’s latest grisly “experiment” is the re-animated corpse of a sadistic madman and Naihla’s most recent find is the cursed mummy of an evil pharaoh. When the two monsters face-off in an epic showdown, no one is safe from the slaughter. Can the murderous rampage be stopped and the carnage contained before it’s too late?

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Starry Eyes review

The question that Starry Eyes poses is, just how far will our young heroine Sarah go to achieve the fame that she so desires? The answer, as I’m sure you can guess, is way too far.

We can see from the start that Sarah is dedicated to honing her acting skills and that she is desperate to land that perfect role which has thus far eluded her and would boost her to stardom. To make ends meet she’s forced to work a crappy waitress job at a Hooters type restaurant for a boss (played by indie legend Pat Healy) who reminds me of the manager of Chotckies in Office Space. He constantly tries to convince Sarah that her job is more important than her aspirations to be a working actress and he also isn’t above gaping at her ass as she walks away.

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‘Teeth and Blood’ Coming To DVD On March 10th

COMING TO DVD ON MARCH 10TH

Starring:

Danielle Vega, Glenn Plummer, King Kedar, Michelle Van Der Water, Sean Christopher

Synopsis:

A beautiful diva is murdered on the set of horror director Vincent Augustine’s latest film “Chapel Blood.” Somewhere between the crime scene and the coroner’s van, the body mysteriously disappears. Meanwhile, the city’s supply of donated blood is being dangerously depleted. Suspecting a connection between the events, detectives Mike Hung and Sasha Colfax go undercover at the studio to investigate. Their attempt to crack the case quickly turns into a desperate battle for survival when they uncover an age-old war between rival vampire covens that threatens to consume humanity in a final, grisly assault of Teeth & Blood!

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Cullen Bunn talks ‘HellBreak’

There are thousands of Hells, each unique, each terrible. Mega-cities ruled by vicious gangs. Empires where the most perverse are well-respected. Wastelands roamed by prehistoric monstrosities. With the proper tools and know-how… you can infiltrate Hell whether you’re dead or not. With the proper tools and know-how, you can break out. Project Kerberos has developed this forbidden technology, and a special forces extraction team is dispatched to rescue lost souls from the infernal realm.

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Grimm Tales of Terror #6 preview

Zenescope Entertainment has provided us a preview of the new Grimm Tales of Terror comic.

A bedtime tale of terror is told as a young girl thinks a monster lives in her room… What if the monster just wants to be friends? But what if it wants something else? “A Monster Under the Bed,”- the newest Grimm Tale of Terror!

32 pages
$3.99
January 7

Written by Shane McKenzie
Art by Claudia Balboni
Covers by Giuseppe Cafaro, Richard Ortiz and Eric J

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Horror Hunting! Edition #21 – New Years Eve!

Welcome to the final installment of Horror Hunting! for 2014!  It’s been a great year for HNN, with the continuing domination of reviews, original articles and columns, interviews, and of course the first ever CT HorrorFest!  As we look back on a successful 2014, it’s only right to expect even more from 2015.  For the last time this year, here are two killer items for all horror collectable junkies to salivate over into the new year.  Enjoy!

“We have such sights to show you!” – Pinhead

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Adam Robitel Discusses ‘The Taking of Deborah Logan’

If you haven’t seen “The Taking of Deborah Logan” yet, stop reading this and go stream it on Netflix now! After you’ve had your mind blown, come on back and check out Stephanie Shamblin Gray’s interview with director/co-writer Adam Robitel. 

Stephanie Shamblin Gray: First off, Congratulations! “The Taking of Deborah Logan” has been making so many “Best of 2014” horror movie lists. It even got a great review from our notoriously anti-found-footage movie reviewer, Larry Dwyer. How are you feeling about all this?

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Raven Gregory talks ‘Widow’s Web’

ComicMonsters.com staff journalist Stephanie Shamblin Gray caught up with Raven Gregory to  discuss his new brand and latest horror comic, “Widow’s Web.”

Stephanie Shamblin Gray: So nice to see you writing again! Can you tell us a little about your latest story, Widow’s Web?

Raven Gregory: It’s the classic love story of boy meets girls wrapped in a monstrous horror fantasy except in this case instead of girl meets boy, girl may actually EAT boy.

 

 

Stephanie Shamblin Gray: I have to ask: how do you pronounce the name of the city, TCESNI?

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Hannu Kesola Talks ‘Amityville: The Roots of Evil’

‘Amityville: The Roots of Evil’ is an upcoming comic from Finnish comic book writer, Hannu Kesola and Spanish artist, Jaime Martinez.

 

We caught up with the writer to talk more about this upcoming title.

 

Horror News Network: How did you get involved with this project? 

 

Hannu Kesola: I always try to keep myself busy when it comes to writing comic books or graphic novels. During late summer I had just finished writing four issue crime fiction miniseries and I was thinking about different horror franchises and how cool it would be to do comic adaptations of one. Amityville Horror soon popped into my mind as a franchise that hadn’t had a comic. Right away I contacted director, Andrew Jones, who directed the film “Amityville Asylum.” I told him about my idea to expand the franchise to comic books and he was excited about the idea.

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The Rage Vol. #2: Kill or Cure preview

Titan Comics has provided us a preview of the new The Rage Vol. #2: Kill or Cure comic.

A new pandemic virus, a mutated form of rabies, spreads throughout the world. It affects only children, turning them into mindless, violent killers, hungry for blood. Now humanity faces an impossible choice: kill every child or face extinction! The government tries to save those infected by keeping them locked away until a treatment becomes possible. The government men find protecting the children more and more difficult for large militia groups now roam the land. Meet Amina; a young mother from Paris battling to save her young son – but she finds not only their lives hanging in the balance, but her humanity, and that of everyone around her, too.

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