Month: March 2014

CALL GIRL (2014) – Review

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Back in December I posted a trailer for the upcoming film CALL GIRL, directed by Jill Sixx Gevargizian.  Since that time it has premiered at the HorrorHound Weekend Film Festival in Cincinnati and gained quite a bit of recognition, not only from the fans of Tristan Risk (AMERICAN MARY) and Laurence R. Harvey (THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE 2, and 3) but obviously for great filmmaking as well.

Call Girl, a short film starring Laurence R. Harvey (The Human Centipede II, The Human Centipede III) and Tristan Risk (American Mary, The Editor), just premiered at HorrorHound Weekend Film Festival in Cincinnati, Saturday, March 22nd, 2014. It will also screen in Kansas City at Screenland Armour on March 29th and Days of the Dead Indianapolis on June 27th.

Call Girl marks the directorial debut of Jill Sixx Gevargizian, who has made a name for herself and her advocacy for independent horror through Slaughter Movie…

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Radio of Horror Blog

I can’t wait to see this, it really looks like one of the creepiest movies of the year.  its stars Karen Gillan (“Doctor Who,” Not Another Happy Ending), Brenton Thwaites (MaleficentThe Giver), Rory Cochrane (ArgoParkland), and Katee Sackhoff (“Battlestar Galactica,” Riddick).

Ten years ago, tragedy struck the Russell family, leaving the lives of teenage siblings Tim and Kaylie forever changed when Tim was convicted of the brutal murder of their parents. Now in his 20s, Tim is newly released from protective custody and only wants to move on with his life; but Kaylie, still haunted by that fateful night, is convinced her parents’ deaths were caused by something else altogether: a malevolent supernatural force­­ unleashed through the Lasser Glass, an antique mirror in their childhood home. Determined to prove Tim’s innocence, Kaylie tracks down the mirror, only to learn similar…

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Space Monsters

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Exciting news Space Cadets! Hammer Horror and fantasy film icon CAROLINE MUNRO is joining Space Monsters magazine from issue 4 as our new columnist! The still stunning ex-Bond girl is a fan favourite at horror, sci-fi and fantasy film festivals throughout the world and will be sharing her movie memories as well as keeping her fans up to date with all of her upcoming appearances, movies, TV shows and other exciting projects in The Caroline Munro Diaries!

To celebrate Caroline joining the crew of Space Monsters we are running a special COMPETITION on Twitter! Just follow the @SpaceMonstersMa twitter account and tell us why you’re a Caroline Munro fan using the hashtag #SpaceMonstersCompetition! You can enter as many times as you like and Caroline and Space Monsters editor Cyberschizoid will pick a winner from all the entries received! The winner will receive an autographed copy of Space…

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‘Service’: A Short Film Premiering At HorrorHound Weekend’s Film Festival

Little Blog of Horror

HorrorHound Weekend would not be complete without a killer film festival, which lasts all weekend. I have gotten the great opportunity to see a very impressive short that will be premiering at the festival on Saturday at 11am, ‘Service’ .

SERVICEPOSTER10.5‘Service’ was written and directed by Jerry Pyle and stars Deena Thompson and James Babson. Deena, known from ‘The Dancing World’ does not have an extensive line of acting credits, but she has been in many music videos for some big names including Sigur Ros (with Shia LeBeouf) and David Bowie (with Gary Oldman) (see her videos here, Sigur RosDavid Bowie). Her costar, James has appeared in films such as ‘Hellboy’, ‘Ghost Team One’ and ‘Soloman Kane’.


A young mom has to bring her daughter to her work and discovers the house she cleans for a living has been invaded by a dangerous man.

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Stiggy’s Film of the Day Night of the Templar (2012).

Stigmatophilia's gore splattered corner of insanity.

Today we have a very interesting take on the tried and tested slasher formula, a slasher which manages to successfully straddle two places in history simultaneously. Paul Sampson assembles an impressive cast of some well-known faces, with some newcomers as well, in this gory action/horror/comedy which is steeped in history. The film took four years to make distribution and sees cult icon David Carradine in a posthumous role, having sadly passed away in 2009 before this film saw its release.

The story begins back in The Crusades, with head of the ancient Order of the Knights Templar, Lord Gregoire played by writer, and director Paul Sampson, (who incidentally bears a shocking resemblance to Machine Head Front man Rob Flynn when he appears as the Lord ) being betrayed by his men for a stash of gold they have uncovered. Gregoire swears as he breathes his last breath he will take…

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