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Kiss of the Damned… the vampire’s erotic apprentice.

February 21, 2013 | By | Reply More
Kiss of the Damned… the vampire’s erotic apprentice.

Top tip for dating, guys, don’t go out with a female vampire. No, just don’t do it! And if you want to know why not, then have a look at this trailer for the upcoming horror movie Kiss of the Damned. It’s like Twilight for adults with the genders swapped and the raunch dialled up […]

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Evil Dead… evil poster.

February 21, 2013 | By | Reply More
Evil Dead… evil poster.

There’s a new evil poster out for the reboot of the Evil Dead film. Frankly, I’m scared.

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Bates Motel… discount on rooms.

February 20, 2013 | By | Reply More
Bates Motel… discount on rooms.

There’s a new horror TV series coming your way soon in the USA called Bates Motel and you’d have to be Psycho to miss it! Here’s the trailer. If you are going to stay in that town, in that hotel, here’s a little tip from us to you… ASK FOR A DISCOUNT!

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Cult… No, this really is CULT TV.

February 13, 2013 | By | Reply More
Cult… No, this really is CULT TV.

Trailer for a freaky new horror TV show about a TV show called Cult that might be a cult and might be the darkness you’re not meant to stare into, in case it stares into you. Just the trailer gave me nightmares. Think how bad the actual show is going to be!

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Walking Dead is bloodiest U.S. TV show yet, finds study.

February 13, 2013 | By | Reply More
Walking Dead is bloodiest U.S. TV show yet, finds study.

The second TV Body Count Study has discovered that the 2012 Autumn season’s deadliest TV show was the AMC series The Walking Dead which averaged 38 dead bodies per episode. 91% of these dead bodies were zombies. The next deadliest was the CINEMAX series Strike Back, with 26 dead bodies per episode. In total, the […]

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Being Human? No more… TV series is canned.

February 8, 2013 | By | Reply More
Being Human? No more… TV series is canned.

The present TV series of Being Human will be the last, as the BBC Three supernatural drama reaches an apocalyptic end, with our heroes facing their meanest adversary yet… the Devil. Being Human first aired as a stand-alone pilot in 2008 and soon became a regular addition to BBC Three’s schedule. Rob Pursey, the show’s […]

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Son Of Destruction by Kit Reed (book review).

February 1, 2013 | By | Reply More
Son Of Destruction by Kit Reed (book review).

‘Son Of Destruction’ charts the journey of a boy seeking out his roots. The death of his mother, Lucy, leaves journalist Dan Carteret in limbo. Unable to move forward, he takes the scraps of memorabilia, things he knows she kept for a reason and tries to piece together his mother’s life and find his father. […]

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The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes – Sherlock Holmes vs. Dracula by Loren D. Estleman (book review).

February 1, 2013 | By | Reply More
The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes – Sherlock Holmes vs. Dracula by Loren D. Estleman (book review).

Recently re-released, this novel ‘The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes – Sherlock Holmes vs. Dracula’ by Loren D. Estleman, anticipates the more recent obsession with mixing various classic or otherwise novels with a new sensibility, many of which include the living dead or the walking dead as a prerequisite. If you eliminate the impossible, whatever […]

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Dark Shadows: Dreaming Of The Water by Kymberly Ashman (cd review).

January 31, 2013 | By | Reply More
Dark Shadows: Dreaming Of The Water by Kymberly Ashman (cd review).

Sebastian Shaw has collapsed after bringing Maggie Evans to the Windcliff Asylum. He wakes to find himself confined, with Maggie long gone. He’s been there quite a time but now he starts to take notice. Sebastian likes the new psychiatrist. He doesn’t mind talking to her. After months of silence and confusion, he suddenly has […]

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The Midnight Mayor by Kate Griffin (book review).

January 31, 2013 | By | Reply More
The Midnight Mayor by Kate Griffin	(book review).

For too many readers these days, the term ‘Urban Fantasy’ conjures up visions of vampires rampaging around the dark streets of a city. They own nightclubs and are dangerously romantic. There may be the odd werewolf lurking in the shadows. Fortunately, most of these creatures inhabit American imaginations though there are some British escapees, such […]

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