Based on the novel by best-selling horror author Brian Keene. When local women in a rural Pennsylvanian town start disappearing, writer Adam Shay and his neighbours discover an unholy evil dwelling deep in the forest: a satyr – a supernatural half-man, half goat creature, hellbent on protecting itself and spreading it’s seed. Set for Production Spring 2013
Following a harrowing ordeal
at the hands of Bloody Face, and a car crash immediately after, Lana Winters—back
on a bed in Briarcliff—looks at Sister Mary Eunice and pleads, “He can’t know I’m
“No one knows that you’re here,” A reply in which Lana, nor
we, find any comfort at all.
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The newest horror novel by Dusty Tombs, The Blood Cult takes place in the Arizona desert and deals with vampirism, human sacrifice and dreams of immortality. More brutal than Evil House, not for the squeamish.
Mission 117 – The Real Exorcist Case with Thomas B. Allen from 30 Odd Minutes. Like this? Watch the latest episode of 30 Odd Minutes on Blip! blip.tv In Mission 117 we explore the real case of demonic possession behind William Peter Blattyapos;s horror masterpiece, The Exorcist. Author and researcher Thomas B. Allen obtained a copy of the priestapos;s diary that was kept during the 1949 exorcism of a boy dubbed “Robbie Doe” that reads like a horror novel. Allen used that diary to write his book: Possessed. We discuss what happened, how it differs from the famous movie, and what happened to Robbie Doe after his exorcisms. We also apologize for the poor audio quality on this mission?the Mother Ship must have hit a solar storm that interfered with the transmission. Donapos;t miss UFOs over Denver in the news and Dr. Dreckapos;s own possession! See all episodes of 30 Odd Minutes blip.tv Visit 30 Odd Minutes’s series page blip.tv
As we get one step closer to the season
three hiatus, what we find is a lot of groundwork being laid before the real
action begins. “When the Dead come Knocking” isn’t the strongest episode of the
season. Throughout, it feels very much like hands on the reins keeping the show
on course to fill out the hour, without diving headlong into the confrontation
everyone is waiting for. In a series where more happened in a few episodes at
the start of the season than in a big finale of any other TV show though, an
episode is really only “weak” by comparison. “When the Dead come Knocking”
remains a solid piece of business and the set-up work it does is necessary.
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In this chilling sequel to Everlasting Exposure, someone is murdering people in Los Angeles and it reeks of Alcott–the woman who murdered everyone Stahl loved. When he arrives in the city, he realizes the horror that befell the metropolis is far more sinister than he ever expected. Soon, he finds himself fighting for the survival of humanity. www.mrjaywilson.com www.facebook.com/mrjaywilson
Svengali (1931) is a drama/horror film starring John Barrymore, Marian Marsh, and Bramwell Fletcher, directed by Archie Mayo, written by J. Grubb Alexander, and released by Warner Brothers. It is based on the gothic horror novel Trilby (1894) by George du Maurier. The film was originally released on May 22, 1931. Warner Brothers was so pleased by the box office on this film that the studio hurriedly reteamed Barrymore and Marsh for another horror film The Mad Genius, released on November 7, 1931. The ending of the novel is changed in this film to a highly dramatic one by having Trilby die after Svengali is stricken with a fatal heart attack, instead of dying of a mysterious illness a few days later. She faints after he collapses in the stage box, but Svengali revives long enough to gasp, “Oh God, grant me in death what you denied me in life—the woman I love”. Trilby regains consciousness, smiles happily, utters “Svengali!”, then dies, followed by Svengali, who dies smiling. In the film Billee survives.
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Meet horror author Robert J. Stava and discover his first novel, “At Van Eyckmann’s Request.” Robert is an up and coming horror author that you will surely want to read and keep your eye on. Robert joined his pals the Monster Men at their recent Halloween bash at the Wicked Wolf Tavern in White Plains, NY. His book is steeped in history and weaves fact and fiction along the shores of the Hudson River all the way to the mysterious town of Wyvern Falls, the epicenter of his Hudson River Horror series. “At Van Eyckmann’s Request” is the first book in a series, and opens on a stormy night in a failing Brooklyn Gentlemen’s club where seven prominent businessmen have gathered to hear the last will and testament of their late colleague, Lars Van Eyckmann. What follows is a classic ‘locked haunted mansion’ challenge at Van Eyckmann’s estate up in Wyvern Falls which will pit them against each other and reveal the truth behind the Van Eyckmann Request: a curse that originated with atrocities committed in the Dutch East Indies Spice trade of the early 1600′s. Go to www.wyvernfalls.com to learn more and explore this spooky new world, that’s strangely familiar. Find more episodes of Monster Men here on our YouTube channel: Monstermen13 or at huntershea.com and you can also join us on Facebook at facebook.com/monstermen13.
THE WALKING DEAD has really learned how to
master the pre-credit sequence. No exception, “Hounded” sets the tone from the
word “go”. Merle and some good ol’ boys from Woodbury are on a hunt for
Michonne and as they discover, Michonne is hunting back. She gives them the
straight up Viet Cong guerrilla treatment, first with a message written in
downed walkers and then a brutal ambush where she takes down half the hunting
party with her katana. Merle does manage to wound her, but it’s beyond clear
she isn’t helpless prey.
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