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Necessary Evil: Humanity, an alien invasion horror flick!

Hello again, my friends! It's time for another installment of horror that has to happen! Really appreciated hearing people's thought on our last Haunted House Necessary Evil . This Friday marks the end of the 20 year gap between 1996's Independence Day and it's long-awaited sequel, Independence Day: Resurgence . Hence with aliens invading Earth on our minds,...
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06.24.2016
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Necessary Evil: Alien Vs. Predator Reboot!

Welcome back, my friends! Everything went swimmingly with our last Necessary Evil which posed the notion of a huge aquarium gone to Hell! With Alien Day occurring this week, we decided to base today's Necessary Evil on everyone's favorite acid-blooded Xenomorph! The only question was, how do we take it? Another sequel? Another prequel? Nope. Then, the idea struck: what...
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04.29.2016
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Top 10 Horror Movie Settings!

Very few aspects of a horror film are more important than setting. Think about it. This week's release of THE FOREST is a perfect example of such, as it takes place in the real Japanese location of Aokigahara, known as the Suicide Forest or Sea of Trees, which is sits at the basin of Mt. Fuji. The area has for centuries been a place believed to be infested with spirits of those who committed...
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01.08.2016
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Horror Movie Hotties: Lifeforce (1985)

The holiday season is with us, but instead of sugar plums, visions of lightsabers are dancing in our heads thanks to the release of  STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS . As if the film doesn't have enough word of mouth going for it, one must feel obligated to stay focused on the "terrors of space", even when it comes to our Horror Movie Hotties. Unfortunately,...
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12.19.2015
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The Test of Time: Alien (1979)

We all have certain movies we love. Movies we respect without question because of either tradition, childhood love, or because they’ve always been classics. However, as time keeps ticking, do those classics still hold up? Do they continue to be must see? So…the point of this here column is how a film stands against the Test of Time, if the thing holds up for a modern...
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12.17.2015
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Trailer for Ben Carland's Shadows on the Wall, starring Chris Kauffman

It was almost a full year back when we first brought you news on the sci-fi thriller SHADOWS ON THE WALL, an intriguing-sounding indie project from director Ben Carland. At the time of our initial story on the film we only had a handful of stills and a synopsis for you to check out, but today we're hitting you with a trailer and word on how you can check this flick out next month...
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01.20.2015
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Trailer for Eric Red's zombie in space Containment! Graphic novel re-release

Eric Red's (THE HITCHER, BODY PARTS, 100 FEET) f*cking awesome (it should be a movie)  zombies-in-space graphic novel   CONTAINMENT is being re-released for the first time in beautiful hardcover and in digital editions from SST Publications. In celebration, Red cooked up a trailer for the book which you can clock below. You can order CONTAINMENT HERE and here is...
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11.27.2014
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Horror Movie Hotties: Leprechaun 4: In Space (1997)

With an apparently intelligent space-drama like INTERSTELLAR about to hit theaters, it only makes sense that we feature a clip from a not-so-intelligent, straight-to-video horror film set in space. I must admit, the producers of LEPRECHAUN 4: IN SPACE were quick to jump on the bandwagon of cheesy horror sequels set in space. It wasn't the first, but it certainly wasn't the...
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11.06.2014
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The Test of Time: Planet of the Apes (1968)

We all have movies we love. Movies we respect without question because of either tradition, childhood love, or because they’ve always been classics. However, as time keeps ticking, do those classics still hold up? So…the point of this here column is whether or not a film stands the test of time. I’m not gonna question whether it’s still a good flick, but if the...
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07.17.2014
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Dark City star Rufus Sewell circling sci-fi horror Animus

DARK CITY star Rufus Sewell is looking to pilot a new genre piece that is being pegged as a fun mix of ALIENS and EVENT HORIZON . MovieHole is reporting that Sewell is circling the sci-fi/horror flick ANIMUS, written and to be directed by commericials director Thomas Konkle. The Konkle-written script fixes on... ...a space-journeying scientists who, on the way back...
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01.21.2014
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Kill of the Day: Killer Klowns from Outer Space (1988)

That's right folks, I'm about to bring you some KILLER KLOWNS FROM OUTER SPACE action! It's hard to find a person that doesn't love KILLER KLOWNS. Well... unless the flick forever petrified the person of clowns. Other than that though most people love the thing! It's the perfect combination of scary, outrageous and fun! So for today's Kill of the Day we're taking a look at this classic...
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01.13.2014
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Kill of the Day: Man of Steel (2013)

Alright by now you've all seen MAN OF STEEL, right? Well if you haven't seen it then what are you waiting for?! That shite was pretty solid man. In my opinion it's exactly what people were looking for - a dark SUPERMAN retelling. And dark it was! For today's Kill of the Day we've got the epic final battle of the film between Supes and General Zod. If you know the history of SUPERMAN...
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12.28.2013
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