Thursday, April 28, 2016

The Message (2003, Caribou Moving Pictures)

as Harvey

'The Message' tells the story of a man who passes away too soon and returns as a ghost to save his family from financial ruin! Stars Shane Dean, Tabitha Meready, Eleni Krimitsos and more. Directed by Ethan Moe. Written by Stan Robinson.

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

MCC Anthology #2 (MCC, 2016)

"Major Babe"


With David Andres (illustrator) and Sean Seal (colorist/letterer), America's Danger Doll, Major Babe, makes her debut in a seven-page story in this anthology. Thanks to a super soldier experiment by the Nazis, and an American General willing to sacrifice himself, the U.S. has a homeland protector like no other. High school student by day, Major Babe by later day! In this adventure, MB rescues none other than FDR!

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

The Rot (2016, Source Point Press)



When science meddles in the affairs of the supernatural, the consequences can be disastrous. Dwight Cochran, former assassin, developed cancer in prison. After undergoing a secret procedure funded by the government that destroyed half of the prison, Dwight was reborn as The Rot. With the ability to use his cancer as weapon, he vowed to punish the wicked and protect the innocent... no matter where he finds either of them. Heaven can't stop him. Hell is terrified of him. Man wants to use him. Unfortunately, for all of them, The Rot answers to no one.

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Halloween Returns (2015, Horror Novel Reviews)

"Day of the Dead"


19 tales of terror with the one and only Michael Myers in the driver's seat. A must have book for any fan of John Carpenter's Halloween franchise!

Saturday, February 20, 2016

Trash Cinema (2015, Bear Manor)

Multiple Entries


It is frequently said that one man’s trash is another man’s treasure, and nowhere is this statement more accurate than in the case of obscure bizarro exploitation films. Containing 55 essays on such trash classics as Ilsa: She Wolf of the SS (1975), I Spit on Your Grave (1978), and Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! (1965), Trash Cinema: A Celebration of Overlooked Masterpieces celebrates the good, the bad, and the ugly of these so-called “trash” films. Some of the pieces are reverential, some poke fun at the absurdity of the films, and others offer a more critical eye to these proceedings. With essays from more than 40 noted film writers, this collection is a one-of-a-kind treasure for those among us with a passion for the seedier side of cinema.

Voices from the Grave (2016, WWMD)

as Baseball Announcer


This anthology film deals with deadly spirits, back from the grave with vengeance in mind. Myles Brandt is a horror fan that wanders into a mysterious bookstore in search of something different. He finds a book and in the corner of this bookstore begins to read three tales of supernatural horror. Three tales of terror, including one story adapted from the work of master horror writer Gary Brandner, author of The Howling, to make your flesh creep and your heart race!

Scream Machine (2016, WWMD)

as Radio Announcer


After the Ebola outbreak wipes out 95% of the Earth's population, Dr. Fry and Dr. Headly Graves bring you Scream Machine, the only form of entertainment left on Earth. As a gift to Dr. Fry from his long lost friend Lloyd Kaufman, comes 5 twisted tales: Sledgehammer about a baseball player with a truly killer fastball. Cannibal Pen Pals a creepy tale about a man infatuated with Jeffery Dahmer. April Fool's Party an April Fool's joke that goes too far. Septic Shock featuring an unhappy wife who buries her husband alive, and The Deadly Indie Drive-in about a crazy lady on a drive-in date who hears voices from the screen that command her to kill. Each tale features the three M's of Horror - Madness, Murder and Mayhem. Scream Machine is guaranteed to make you faint, puke and quite possibly soil your pants!