Tag: horror

What doesn’t eat you makes you weirder…Interview with C.W.LaSart

David AET, Dark Moon Digest: Last Writes Blog (DMD): I have seen many an artist use a canvas name to sign paintings, so we won’t go into whether or not you use a Nome de plum, but do you find creating a persona as a writer helps you be more […]

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Horror Movie Review. This week: Class of Nuke ‘em High

On the guillotine this week is Troma’s answer to the surplus stock of green goo they had in their warehouse: [amazon_link id=”630472313X” target=”_blank” ]The Class of Nuke ’em High[/amazon_link] Only recently discovering the awesome force of horror that is Troma, I found myself as excited as a child on his […]

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Horror Movie Review. This week: Frozen

This week’s review is on skiing horror movie Frozen. Ok let’s get the generic information out the way first; It is Directed by Adam Green who delivered us the low calibre horror chop-shop ‘Hatchet’, and its (not so) eagerly anticipated sequel ‘Hatchet II’, we can only hope that this is […]

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Horror Movie Review. This week: Survival of the Dead

This week I will be reviewing George A. Romero’s latest addition to his zombie legacy Survival of the Dead. With such titles to his name as Night of the Living Dead, Dawn of the Dead, and more recently Diary of the Dead, Romero is constantly reinventing the zombie movie experimenting […]

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First Issue of Dark Moon Digest is Now Available

If you don’t own a nightlight, maybe now’s the time to invest in one. That’s because the first issue of Dark Moon Digest – The Horror Fiction Quarterly is finally here. Dark Moon Books is proud to present this new and exciting publication geared toward horror fans and authors alike. […]

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