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Saturday, December 14, 2019

HOLIDAY HORROR WISH LIST



The Holiday Horror Wish List has become a tradition, so let me introduce it to those who haven't seen it yet. It's very simple, just imagine you are a little kid again, and are about to write a letter to Santa telling him what you want for Christmas. Except think of it as if you are writing to the Santa from "Silent Night, Deadly Night,” and are only going to be asking for things that are horror related. Basically I want all of you to come up with your own Holiday Horror Wish List. It could be something that you could really get like a DVD of your favorite horror movie of 2019, or an autograph from your favorite horror icon. Your list could also be something you would like to see happen in the world of horror for 2020 such as, a sequel to a horror movie, or no more remakes (not happening by the way)! To give you a few more examples, here's my Holiday Horror Wish List!


-Hopefully the Friday the 13th lawsuit will end in 2020 and we can get another movie! Of course, Kane has to play Jason! 
-If not Jason, I’ll take Kane as Crowley again!
-How about more festival films making it to the big screen instead of remake after remake? 
-Follow that with more conventions and festivals around the country for horror fans to enjoy.
-Continued success of Shudder and the awesome movies they bring horror fans!
  

-Any chance they change their minds and Supernatural comes back?
-It’s Christmas time so why not another Gremlins?
-HorrO wants a death scene in a horror movie! So if you're making a movie in Florida and need someone to die for free, let me know! 


-Continued success for everyone involved with horror. All the best to all the blogs, websites, podcasts, authors, filmmakers, and every creator of horror!
-Finally on a personal note, another big year at PromoteHorror.com

Now it's your turn! Please post your Holiday Horror Wish List in the comment section below or on our social media, and we will see if Horror Claus can make it come true!

Monday, December 9, 2019

WHERE THE SCARY THINGS ARE EPISODE 24



Where The Scary Things Are Episode 24: PLAGUERS with Director and Producers BRAD and JOSEPHINA SKYES

In this Episode speak to Brad and Josephina Sykes director producer of PLAGUERS. This sci fi horror is a must see. Muse talks her Must See Recommendation in the Sinister 6. Chris the Creature gives his personal review of Plaguers. Killer Kacy creeps us out with her Creepy Chronicles and HorrO jumps in for the Promotehorror.com 666 Rundown


Friday, December 6, 2019

THE HEAD HUNTER REVIEW



A medieval warrior’s gruesome collection of heads is missing only one - the monster that killed his daughter years ago.

Starring: Christopher Rygh, and Cora Kaufman

Directed by: Jordan Downey

Written by: Kevin Stewart, Jordan Downey

  Sometimes you want to see a horror movie just based on the title. You don’t need to know what it’s about because the name just sparks your imagination, and the possibilities to come. “The Head Hunter” had my head spinning with all the wonderful horrors that could come from that title. So the question is... did it live up to the title?
  First, it’s good to see a movie in the olden days because it changes things up, and gives the audience a new environment to take in. The lonely warrior (Christopher Rygh) lives in a home that looks nice, but has some interesting decorations (more on that soon). He tries to keep busy, but there is clearly something that is on his mind. Apparently he lost his daughter to a monster, and is taking out his anger and grief on all the monsters in the area until he finds the one who killed her. 
  Once he kills a monster, or two it’s easy to get anxious to actually see this happen, instead of him just coming back with the head. Yes, admittedly I was hoping for a few good monster fights, but there’s really only one fight which isn’t a grand production. While somewhat disappointed I can appreciate the direction they take, and they made it work. Instead of the fights, they build on the daily life of the warrior, and give more and more information about how he goes about finding and killing the monsters. It’s pieced together well, and manages to leave a little mystery out there.
  So if the audience doesn’t get monster kills, at least it gets to see him spike a few heads on the wall (yup the aforementioned decorations). When he finally finds the monster that killed his daughter, it might seem like this is going to be the fight the audience is waiting, but it’s not. He comes back victorious again with another head, and the movie is over. No, it’s time for a little twist, and something happens that won’t be spoiled here. A few of the things that are shown to the audience before come into play, and it extends the life of the film. The real beauty of it is what happens at the end, and how the title of the film really comes to light. 
  A final credit goes to Christopher for pulling off this character. He doesn’t have a lot of lines because the movie is so story driven, but he has to say a lot with his actions. He does well at playing the anger warrior, but never lets the audience forget he’s mourning the death of his daughter. Christopher brings out the everyday struggle the warrior goes through, and the eagerness to kill the next monster on his list. Never have I been so sad for a warrior!
  So yes, “The Head Hunter” lives up to its title, but not in the way I imagined. Yes, once it’s clear the story is about a warrior killing monsters I wanted nothing less than to see him decapitate a few of them. However, it also becomes clear that this movie is more about the story and set up to the twist, than showing off their special effects skill. Maybe it’s his grief, but there’s something that will keep the audience watching his journey even without the blood bath. In the end, it pays off and if the audience looks at the title and thinks about what just happened it should bring an extra little smile to their faces. With that, I give it 3.5 pools of monster head blood!

  HorrO

*Showing as a Shudder exclusive

Monday, December 2, 2019

WHERE THE SCARY THINGS ARE EPISODE 23



Where The Scary Things Are Episode 23: ECHOES OF FEAR with Laurence Avenet Bradley and Trista Robinson

In this Episode we welcome Producer Laurence Avenet Bradley and Lead Actress Trista Robinson from 2018's Echoes of Fear. Muse gives her worst family get togethers in Horror Movies in the Sinister 6. Creepy Chronicles with Killer Kacy. Chris the Creature reviews 1979 EFFECTS and HorrO gives us the Promote Horror 666 Rundown


Wednesday, November 27, 2019

WHERE THE SCARY THINGS ARE EPISODE 22




Where The Scary Things Are Episode 22: HAPPY THANKSKILLING Listen and Watch

HAPPY THANKSKILLING HORROR FANS. The Where The Scary Things Are celebrate Demon Turkeys and Topless Chicks on this day of giving. Come with us to Listen and Watch the movie with us. HAPPY THANKSGIVING


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