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Film Review – Gehenna: Where Death Lives

Hiroshi Katagiri‘s Gehenna: Where Death Lives effectively blends island tourism, Japanese occupation, Saipan Bojobo Dolls, and supernatural horror.

Wicked lover of indie horror. Author, composer, screenwriter, and web designer. Indestructible Navy veteran with a cybernetic heart and a metal head.

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Film Review: HOUSESITTERS – an Indie Horror/Comedy

Jason Coffman’s feature-length directorial debut, HOUSESITTERS, is an over the top wicked cheezy good time fun no-budget indie horror/comedy.

Wicked lover of indie horror. Author, composer, screenwriter, and web designer. Indestructible Navy veteran with a cybernetic heart and a metal head.

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Film Review: SHOVEL – an Indie Horror Short

Written by Doug Newville and directed by Ryan Policky, the short film SHOVEL makes six minutes of true no-budget indie horror look wicked good.

Wicked lover of indie horror. Author, composer, screenwriter, and web designer. Indestructible Navy veteran with a cybernetic heart and a metal head.

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Film review- Don’t Let The Devil In

‘Lock your doors, take care of your wife and get ready, ’cause things are about to get a lot worse.’

Karen is a full time artist living in Whitby (perfect location for a horror fan). Her own monsters have taken over to the point where they actually have their own closet space and so she takes refuge in books and films, some of which she’d like to share with you.

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Film review – The Forlorned, horror movie

Changing things up a bit this week with a film review – The Forlorned, adapted from the book by Angela J Townsend. Directed by Andrew Wiest and starring Colton Christensen, it tells the story of Tom Doherty who has been charged with the lonely task of renovating an old lighthouse on an otherwise deserted island.

Karen is a full time artist living in Whitby (perfect location for a horror fan). Her own monsters have taken over to the point where they actually have their own closet space and so she takes refuge in books and films, some of which she’d like to share with you.

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