Raw Force

I recently attended a 48 hour horror movie marathon. While I did not attend the full time, I made sure I was there for two fantastic movies from the eighties. The pièce de résistance was Raw Force, a “virtual smorgasbord of over the top sleaze” and a “quintessential piece of early 80′s sleaze”.

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The Human BEEing Will Bleed You White with Terror!

by Tony Shea October 31, 2014

This gem from 2002 has been called one of the best short films ever produced. A hilarious retro-horror film cooked up by Pie Fights Films, The Human BEEing is the story of a greedy boss and a mad scientist who try to turn their office of typists, in 1959 Los Angeles, into worker bees. The […]

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Ding Dong – Who’s There? – The Alien That Eats Your Face

by Tony Shea October 31, 2014

Billy and Ray are both con-men. One of them is an alien with a big appetite. From writer/director Darren Coyle and cinematographer Ted Tuel, here’s a funny Halloween short that will leave you hungry for more.

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The Door Knob

by Alfred Guy October 31, 2014

If you’ve read my previous personal ghost story, you may remember my cousin, Johnny. This story also involves him. The events in this story were frightening. This is best read alone and at night.

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Castillo San Felipe del Morro: [PHOTO] of the Day

by James Hood October 31, 2014

Castillo San Felipe del Morro. El Morro. The Promontory. Whatever you want to call it, the fort at the entrance of San Juan Bay in Puerto Rico is impressive. One stands on the grounds looking at the imposing walls imagining how hard it would be to capture. As imposing and large as it is outside, […]

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Viral Video Throwdown: Horror

by Shea Garage October 30, 2014

Just the mention of “horror movies” conjures different images to different people. To some people, a horrific scene involves buckets of blood and violence. To some people, it is all about the suspense. In the hands of the right director, a simple scene done right can be almost more horrific than one that features every […]

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The Top Ten Best Horror Movies of All Time

by Richard B. Phillips October 30, 2014

RICHARD PHILLIPS SHARES HIS TOP TEN PERSONAL LIST OF THE BEST HORROR MOVIES OF ALL TIME:

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Viral Video Throwdown: A Very Special Halloween Episode

by Shea Garage October 29, 2014

Television in the 70′s and 80′s often pulled out a “very special episode” around the holidays. It didn’t really matter what holiday it was. Any one was a good excuse. Here we have two “gems”, one from Mork & Mindy and the other from Square Pegs. Which one was the most special? You make the […]

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The Damned – Live at The Royale, Boston, MA – REVIEW

by Sean Koepenick October 29, 2014

The Saturday night right before Halloween and what better way to spend it then a night with The Damned? As we wait patiently for a documentary about the band to emerge, punk rock fans were treated to this incendiary triple bill: The Damned, T.S.O.L. and The Briefs.

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Antares Rocket Explodes [VIDEO]

by Staff October 28, 2014

The Tuesday launch of the Antares rocket to the International Space Station was unsuccessful.

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Viral Video Throwdown: Haunted Music

by Shea Garage October 28, 2014

With Halloween just around the corner, we pit the Dead Kennedy’s 1982 single Halloween against the first single released by Bauhaus in 1979, Bela Lugosi’s Dead.

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30 Seconds at Grand Central – NYC

by Tony Shea October 28, 2014
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Otterbein in Fall: Scenes of a Baltimore Neighborhood

by Jay Hood October 27, 2014

Otterbein is a small neighborhood in Baltimore situated between the Inner Harbor and Oriole Park at Camden Yards. The neighborhood is comprised mainly of historic row homes that date back to the mid 1800′s. Sea captains and other industrial leaders of the time lived in the neighborhood due to the proximity to the water front. […]

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Chicks Dig Scars – The Life of Evel Knievel

by Tony Shea October 24, 2014

The great Evel Kneivel would have turned 76 last weekend. One of America’s ultimate badasses, Knievel died in 2007 at the age of 69, having cheated death more times than a pride of lions. The pioneering godfather of extreme sports like the X-games, Knievel was a wild man living on the constant edge of death, stapled […]

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A Ghost Pulled Her Leg. Did She Pull Mine?

by Alfred Guy October 23, 2014

image via james hood “A Ghost came through the wall and pulled me out of bed by the leg!” At 9 years old, this is not what you want to hear from your aunt, as you start your weekend stay at her apartment.

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