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The Pyramid (2014) – Review

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The Pyramid Review An archaeological team discovers a pyramid buried deep below the surface. After further examination, the pyramid’s apex revealed that it was three-sided — something that has not been discovered before. The team of archaeologists heads out and discovers a tunnel that leads to the apex. When they break the tunnel’s opening, a poisonous shroud shoots out from …

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’31’ Will Be Rob Zombie’s Last Film

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This is going to be a review of Rob Zombie's latest efforts in the horror genre, 31, and what will undoubtedly be his last efforts with film in general. As horror fans, we've been long overdue for a good horror flick featuring clowns, and we've damn sure been overdue for a decent slasher flick. That's why I was so excited …

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BB – Movie Review

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Introduction I was approached to review this film by C.J. Wallis, who is the man responsible for filling out most of the crew member positions on this film, such as writer, director, editor, cinematographer, producer, and so much more. Most notably, he's just simply a pretty cool dude to shoot the shit with, which I discovered while shooting messages back and forth …

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About to Be a House-Hale-d Name

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John Carpenter. Wes Craven. Alfred Hitchcock. A few names with one thing in common: these are some of the most famous horror filmmakers in history. Time and time again, these men have redefined the horror genre, and left their signature on Hollywood. Starting in August, John Hale will attempt to do just that, and build a legacy in the process. …

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Stranger Things

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***this article will contain spoilers regarding the Netflix original series Stranger Things*** On July 15, 2016, Netflix, The Duffer Brothers, and Shawn Levy, made streaming history with Stranger Things, a science fiction show set in 1983. The series is 8 episode “chapters”, and focuses on the lives and events surrounding a disappearance of a young boy (named Will Byers) in an Indiana …

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The Conjuring 2 Review

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When I saw The Conjuring in theaters, I may as well not have slept for like a solid month afterwards. That movie scared the ever-loving piss out of me. Everywhere I walked in my house I checked for spirits leaping off shelves and little ghosts asking me if I want to play "hide and clap". I've literally only watched The Conjuring the one …

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Rosemont Cemetery

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You all have already read my articles on the Allegheny Cemetery and the Evans City Cemetery; but there was one other I managed to visit: the Rosemont Cemetery located next to the Greater Pittsburgh Masonic Center, obviously, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. My brother decided to take me here because he wanted to show me this pyramid monument that was erected. I …

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Parallels: Annabelle vs. Rosemary’s Baby

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I decided to watch Annabelle because it was supposedly a prequel to The Conjuring, and with The Conjuring 2 coming out in theaters, I felt myself growing a bit obsessive and decided that I wanted to see everything to do with these brilliant films. Even if they didn’t get good reviews. I’ll admit, I wasn’t too impressed with Annabelle, with one exception: I …

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John Stamos Joins The Cast Of Scream Queens Season 2

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That’s right, horror fans, John Stamos, Mr. Full House himself, is going to be on the new season of Scream Queens, as if the cast couldn’t be anymore star-studded. Stamos will join the likes of: Jamies Lee Curtis Emma Roberts Lea Michele Abigail Breslin Keke Palmer Glen Powell Niecy Nash However, this season isn’t going to take place in the …

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The One Question with Wednesday 13

Much like “The One Ring” from Lord of the Rings, “the one question” is an epic in and of itself. It’s one of my personal favorites, I typically use it as an ice breaker with just about every person that I meet, and I believe it serves its purpose. I’m also pretty sure that it’s the reason I even have friends. …

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The Boys Were Back in Town

A delicate key played, a soft guitar riff; the drums and bass kick in, and my dear friend Zack is transformed into Zackula Von Nasty, lead singer of The Big Bad. He’ll kick in with soft beginning lyrics of “Ecto103FM” before segueing into the horrorpunk anthem that all the cool kids know the lyrics to, “Shine the Signal.” An hour …

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Exhumed: Zackula Von Nasty

Back in 2008 when I stumbled upon the horrorpunk scene, I realized that I had discovered something truly great. Bands (and members of bands) like Blitzkid and Dragnun took this confused 20 something year old girl who had for all intents and purposes been labeled a “freak” by society just for liking dead things, under their wing. The years passed …

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13 Questions with The Big Bad

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Punk may not be the type of music that you would think of coming out of West Virginia, but for one band named The Big Bad, they make it a reality. On Thursday night, May 5th, 2016, at Muncheez Bar and Grill, in Beckley, West Virginia, The Big Bad will take the stage and put on a show that delivers …

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