MONSTER SPEAKS!

[HBA-MEMBERS] 
------------------------------
Please put all your upcoming events here...
Let everyone know what you are doing!!
-------------------------------
CONTESTS - GIVEAWAYS - BOOK RELEASES
UPDATES - INTERVIEWS - NEWS - ETC.
-------------------------------
So idea is just add stuff here and everyone scroll to the end of the comments and read up.
-----------------------------
So please only put updates, comment on the post on the members' site.
------------------------------- 
We will see how this works and go from there!
Thank you!!  

108 comments:

Brandon Early said...

Hi everyone! I put up a new post on Movies At Dog Farm that I was hoping would show up in the HBA Recent Updates, but I haven't seen it yet. Jeremy invited me to give the new Monster Speaks! a spin and post it here.
http://moviesatdogfarm.blogspot.com/2013/01/movies-at-dog-farm-presents-leatherface.html

Kristin Snouffer said...


Hi Hi gang!

We're starting off the winter good, right, and scary at I Think, Therefore I Review, oh yes.

Stop by for our latest cold weather viewing lists and macabre screen captures series!

http://ithinkthereforeireview.blogspot.com/search/label/horror


Tom Clark said...

Killer Joe (2012) review now up:

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2013/01/killer-joe-2012.html

Jesse W. Campbell said...

New Dark Art from Zombie Bites in January:

After the horrors of the Halloween Zombie Outbreak in 2012, The Featured Creature is still running strong in 2013! We began the year with a three tongued demon, a thing in the cave, and a walk on a Spirit Path. The month wraps up with a deconstructed identity and a Cat Demon.

Strange apparitions from the past continue to haunt From the Archives this month! January began with an unholy Marriage from my college years followed by a sketch of the Ghostly Princess of Mirrors. Crawling out in the last half of January are a nasty goblin who enjoys scaring children, several weird heads, and a couple of dark environmental explorations.

New Abstract psychedelic artwork from Zombie Bites this month ranges from a bloody revelation about myself to the foggy vistas of Limboland. We also pass through energetic realm of an occult attraction and the restrained fires within Winter. The month wraps up with a journey across the lake of the dead, a confrontation with a creature from a lake of fire, a vision of the otherworldly throne of the moon, and a truth about transformation.

Come check it all out at Zombie Bites!

Tom Clark said...

Write up of The Guardian (1990) posted:

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2013/01/the-guardian-1990.html

Jesse W. Campbell said...

New Dark Art from Zombie Bites in February:

This month in The Featured Creature we are confronted by a priest of the eye, the lingering horror of a girl in shadow, the fear in melting, and the vicious tongue of a vindictive hunger demon.

Unearthed From the Archives we have a sketch of DC comics Joker, the scorching heat of the dead, the face of a ghoul at night, and a comic book dream sequence featuring some iconic religious imagery and a creepy demon.

This month's New Abstract works include psychonautic solutions from connections found within, the earthly Teachings of the Veiled Fire, and revelations of pain in the Veiled Essence. From the 17th to month end we celebrate Zombie Bites 8th year with a set of pieces created from Zombie Bites History! In celebration, I'll be doing several special posts on the history and evolution of my dark art.

Come check it out at Zombie Bites!

Dom Coccaro said...

This month, I'll be reviewing a very WIDE spectrum of horror films at Random Reviews Incorporated. I won't reveal the titles here like usual, though I will reveal that a review of 1932's The Mummy is scheduled to go live at 7 pm tonight (Wednesday).

Drop on by. The site is updated daily.

rrincorporated.blogspot.com

Ryne Barber said...

Got a giveaway going on at The Moon is a Dead World for the limited edition reprint of the Fright-Rags' My Bloody Valentine T-shirt! More info here:

http://www.themoonisadeadworld.net/2013/02/giveaway-win-limited-edition-my-bloody.html

Tom Clark said...

Review of Hitchcock's I Confess (1953) posted:

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2013/02/i-confess-1953.html

Spooky Sean said...

Got a review of Mama, a review of The ABCs of Death, and an overview on the season of American Horror Story: Asylum.
Lots more reviews on the way as well.
Come check out the insanity.

http://www.spookysean.com

Tom Clark said...

Write up of Behind Convent Walls (1978) just posted:

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2013/02/behind-convent-walls-1978.html

This is the first in a series of 3 Walerian Borowczyk films that I'm going to cover, something I've been wanting to start for a while.

Jesse Campbell said...

New dark visions from Zombie Bites in March!


After a strange connection on the ides of March, a From the Archives post inspires the Featured Creature posts for the rest of March with the discovery of The Devil's Square, a supernatural supervillain group.


From the Archives this month we encounter an earlier version of the demonic Arch Duke Grahtennas, some vampire sketches from the early 90's, and several inspired images of the Archangel of Geburah, Khamael.


The New Abstract art this month includes a piece about finding balance in harsh environs, a vision of an entity of pure consciousness, the occluded face of imminent rebirth, an equine message from across vast deserts of time, a fall from grace to initiate action, the summoning of a scarlet power, the kingdom of a gentle masculinity, the horned god paying a visit to the kabbalah, and the month ends with the entrance of a King.


Check it all out at Zombie Bites!

Raoul said...

After weeks of works, Horror on Screen finally published his Best Horror Directors Database.
Check it our here:
Best horror directors database

Any comments are welcome! (on the website)

Matthew Sylvester said...

HORROR AUTHORS NEEDED - Fringe Works is always trying to find appealing stories that subvert traditional genres. We are currently seeking submissions for an anthology entitled ‘Raus! Untoten’. The story will be published under our KnightWatch Press imprint.

Submission deadline for this anthology is midnight on Monday, 10th June 2013.

As the title suggests, we are looking for stories which involve some combination of Nazis and the undead. Raus! Untoten! is specifically geared to attracting Science Fiction (SF) stories between 2,500 and 6,000 words in length.

https://www.facebook.com/events/434000876669786/

Tom Clark said...

Write up of Dr. Jekyll and His Women (1981) hot off the presses:

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2013/03/dr-jekyll-and-his-women-1981.html

Tom Clark said...

Love Rites (1988) review hot off the presses:

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2013/03/love-rites-1988.html

necropolismacabre said...

I've been having March as the month for the Critters Retrospective. Part 3 has just been posted, with part 4 coming up later in the week.

Crankenstien said...

Hey Everyone
Please check out Theaterofguts.com
and tell us what you think. We review tons of exploitation horror from across the globe.Most of the titles are inspired by Chas Balun's VHS bootleg catalog but some are weird enough to fit into that catagory of extreme gore or sleaze.So check it out Thanks-The TOG TEAM
P.S. Check out our promo trailers for reviews on Youtube as well.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCc4CbO0lXQQNoVe1boU4LzQ/videos?view=0&flow=grid

Tom Clark said...

Tribute to Jess Franco:

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2013/04/rip-jess-franco-1930-2013.html

It's not much, but I had to write something.

Tom Clark said...

Scream and Die (1973) AKA The House That Vanished write-up posted:

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2013/04/scream-and-die-1973.html

Jesse Campbell said...

New Dark Art from Zombie Bites in April!

Although a computer crash got the month off to an arduously slow start, for the rest of April The Featured Creature will be wrapping up the revelation of The Devil's Square. The month will end with a frightening bit of hate that grows in dark corners.

From the Archives in April shows a painted view of Devastation trailed by a digital zombie self portrait.

New Abstract this month began with the rising of an Orgone Totem followed by a King in Yellow. The month finishes with Osiris emerging from the cup of bones, a gift from a red angel, Abraxas entering the realm of mirrors, and a view of the process of becoming stranger.

Check it all out at Zombie Bites!

Tom Clark said...

Write up of Black Candles (1982) just posted:

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2013/04/black-candles-1982.html

parlorofhorror said...

-Attention Lovecraft Fans - Greetings, I just posted information about the kickstarter to erect a bronze statue of H.P. Lovecraft near his home in Rhode Island. Check it out at my blog.
Also, check out my Top 10 Lovecraft films while you're there in my 'Best of' category. Thanks

Tom Clark said...

Review of Jean Rollin's debut feature The Rape of the Vampire (1968) now up:

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2013/05/the-rape-of-vampire-1968.html

parlorofhorror said...

I thought others would have posted something about this already, but since they didn't...come by and see my:

Tribute To RAY HARRYHAUSEN
One of the greatest special fx masters to ever live!

at Parlor of Horror. Just click on my name, thanks.

Jesse Campbell said...

New Dark Art from Zombie Bites in May!

This month, The Featured Creature is all about the pervasive malevolence of the Demonic Godhead, Vz. We began May with a supernatural horror that grows in filth, the Spawn of Vz, followed by the disturbing curse of the Prisoner of Vz. The Month wraps up with the terrifying fate of the slave of Vz and finally the unsettling Priest of Vz.

Unearthed From the Archives at the beginning of May, a Digital Zombie Self Portrait crawled out to frighten, followed by a colorful departure with a Neon Vampire. From Night of the Living Dead, Barbara's Zombie returns for a fresh set of grey tones, followed by a creature of unknown species, The Phalman. the month wraps up with a few sketches from a long ago project: a hunter of vampires and a man who fights clocks.

New Abstract work in May reveals a method of Becoming Stranger, the birth of The Observer, and an entity who struggles to bear His Light. Mid month we meet The Empty Man and a Wizard in a Blue Room, folowed by a precipitous moment On The Verge. May wraps up with a journey to the Throne Room of The Book and through The Forge of Geburah. The Devestation Sentinel ends May in a wave of red destruction.

The Big News this month is that I have joined the scores of creators involved in the anticipated horror anthology Skin Crawling Comics. I'll be updating at Zombie Bites as I complete the work I'm doing and I'll be letting everyone know more news about the book as I learn more. Due out in October, read more about Skin Crawling Comics and support the horror creators involved!

Come Check it all out at Zombie Bites!

Tom Clark said...

Review of Jean Rollin's brilliant Requiem For a Vampire (1971) now up:

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2013/05/requiem-for-vampire-1971.html

Kangas said...

How's it going? My name's Kevin Kangas and I'm the director of "Hunting Humans"(MTI Home Video), "Fear of Clowns 1&2"(Lionsgate) and more. Also, member of the Horror Blogger Alliance for a few years.

We're trying something brand new with the distribution on the movie we just finished and we need help
spreading the word.

Our movie is done. But rather than try the traditional method of distribution we thought we'd try something new.

Raise our budget back, and then GIVE the movie away to the world. Literally world-wide. (where even if we got a distributor it would be US, then territory by territory)

Crowd-sourcing distribution of a film rather than the creation. But we really need the help of the horror community--people who would be interested in dropping a buck to not only see the movie but to OWN it(and again, if we don't make the goal, nobody pays anything).

You can also find the brand new trailer at:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dxe_6hhddu0

The kickstarter is at http://kck.st/11nbxZj
Thanks,
Kevin

Dick said...

New member here. Thanks for letting me join & I'm enjoying checking out all the cool blogs.

Tom Clark said...

Immoral Women (1979) review:

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2013/06/immoral-women-1979.html

Not horror but a Borowczyk classic and essential cult viewing.

Jesse Campbell said...

New Dark Art from Zombie Bites in June!

This month, The Featured Creature focuses upon several objects of power from the worlds of the Featured Creatures. We began the month with The Chaska of The Chaldean Abyss followed by the gruesome Key of Vz. June wraps up with two items that have appeared before in FC posts: The Staff of Phyligor and the Coin of Abrasax.

Dusted off From the Archives in June is a small collection of dark comic book sketches involving the London Night Studios character, Morbid Angel, a pair of gargoyle like demons, a lost comic book page, and a horned earth man.

New Abstract in June began Within the Forest of Flames followed by a Red Wizard's Meditation and The Altar of His Command. The month continues with an exploration of the Interstices of The Temple, a view of structures At The Mountains, an exploration of Dagon, and something discovered Within The Jungle. June rounds out with the Arrival of the Lord of Under. This month I've begun consolidating the New Abstract work into a gallery for easier viewing.

Come Check it out at Zombie Bites!

Mateo Hellion said...

Mr. Creepy Pasta recently narrated my short horror story "Swallow". Over 7,200 views and climbing. Lets get it to 10,000 views!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=akDHCA914Vs

Tom Clark said...

Talking about some early Hitchcock brilliance, Murder! (1930):

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2013/06/murder-1930.html

Dom Coccaro said...

Random Reviews has recently been rejuvenated. Yesterday, I posted a review of the forgotten 1988 horror/western Ghost Town. I have a slew of other film reviews planned, plus...

Wrestling geekiness
Comic book reviews
The world-famous Album Cover of the Week
The Shitty Webcam Show

...and more! The site is updated daily by one lonely, articulate horror freak. Bookmark the hell out of it!

http://rrincorporated.blogspot.com/

Tom Clark said...

Macumba Sexual (1981), Jess Franco's return to Spain:

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2013/07/macumba-sexual-1981.html

Tom Clark said...

The first in a series dedicated to the great Jose Larraz, Whirlpool (1970):

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2013/07/whirlpool-1970.html

Deviation (1971) and Symptoms (1974) to follow.

Girls Need Guitars said...

I've decided to rebrand Every Night Is Halloween to a new site, www.TheQueenOfScream.com. I wanted it to be more of a girl thang. Please update your links. Thanks!

Tom Clark said...

The Jose Larraz series continues with Deviation (1971):

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2013/07/deviation-1971.html

Jeffrey Macabre said...

Hey Guys, Jeffrey Macabre is back from almost a year hiatus with a new blog post and new updates. Starting the end of August I will also be posting the episodes to my horror webseries on the blog and the youtube page. More details to follow, but check out the new post.

5 Youtube channels probably run by the insane:
http://jeffreymacabre.blogspot.com/

Film Dick said...

New guy here. Just wanna say 'hi' to everyone and have been making my way through all of your blogs. Lots of cool motherfuckers around here. Look forward to getting to know you guys.

www.filmdick.net

klownz said...

Hello horror bloggers! I am admin of a new but super active horror forum and I have set up a new horror project promotion section, if anyone reading this would like to promote their blogs feel free to do it at "Horror Mansion"

www.horrormansion.net

Tom Clark said...

Jose Larraz's brilliant Symptoms (1974):

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2013/08/symptoms-1974.html

Warden Stokely said...

Hell o Prisoners
This is Warden Stokely here, stokin' the fires of hell one movie at a time. Shout out to Jeremy and the Horror Bloggers Alliance for given us a place for space! I bought a 5 disc set off the TV, "50 Greatest Horror Movies," so my primary mission is to see if they stand up to their claim. Join me! And feel free to add any of your banners, logos, or links, to my blog, Warden Stokely Horrorzine. I'm dying to meet you. Until then, keep those fires stoked.
Eternally Yours
Warden Stokely

Geo Hibbard said...

Hello all my horror fanatics I do Horror Writing and are doing my 1st story please could you check out my 1st ever blog on horror and tell me what you think?

http://horrorstorysoftoday.blogspot.co.uk/

Tom Clark said...

Argento's underrated The Stendhal Syndrome (1996):

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2013/08/the-stendhal-syndrome-1996.html

Warden Stokely said...

Hi Jeremy! Saw you added to my followers. Thanks! I consider it an honor and a privilege. Hope you find me worthy, and I'll do my best to make you proud, J. Until next time...Keep those fires stoked.
Eternally Yours
Warden Stokely
<a href="http://wardenstokelyhorrorzine.blogspot.com/Warden Stokely Horrorzine</a>

Jesse Campbell said...

New Dark Art for September from Zombie Bites!

For the past several months things have been pretty hectic at Zombie Bites. With all the work I've been putting into my contributions to Skin Crawling Comics Anthology I've had little time for much else. Skin Crawling Comics Anthology is a crowdsourced horror anthology to promote indie comic book creators. You can see some of Chris Thorne's teaser art I've colored for the Buried story here.

For the past few weeks, I've been posting everyday about the different creators involved in Skin Crawling Comics to draw attention to the Indiegogo fundraising campaign that is currently underway. If you would like to own an original piece of my artwork, I'm offering original artwork as a perk. I'll be posting everyday until the end of the fundraising campaign with new info, links, and teaser artwork. We only have two weeks left in the fundraising campaign so drop by and check things out and if you're feeling generous, donate. The Indigogo fundraising deadlines on Friday the 13th.

For the past couple of months the Featured Creature has been nearly absent from my postings, but it returns with a vengeance in September! September 4th is the one year anniversary of the day I began posting Featured Creatures. I'll be celebrating with Last Bites, an extended review of the creatures from the past year as well several extra creatures posted in the mix. For the rest of the month, the regular weekly Featured Creature hosts four disturbing elemental creatures: an ominous spirit spider, a baleful flame-eyed sentinel of the infection of Vz, the hidden culprit behind the devastation of the Maltus ocean crash, and a mysterious creature from the fog above.

Within the Psyche Delectus Tenebrarum this month we have an understanding that is found only in twilight, a knowledge of the potential for strange growth, a retaliation to the chaos of conflict and the dark king that follows it, and the month wraps up with a portrait of a dark hunter.

Unearthed From the Archives this month we have a group of hand studies, a sketch of an angry man, a technological sub basement where something gruesome occurred, and the month wraps up with something dark growing in the corner.

Come check it all out at Zombie Bites!

Jenny Krueger said...

I'm holding a Friday the 13th bloghop, The Legacy: His name was Jason on my blog Memoirs of a Scream Queen.

If you want to join in on the fun then head on over to my blog for more details. :)

http://memoirsofascreamqueen.blogspot.com/2013/08/warn-your-friends-warn-everyone-legacy.html

Jeremy [Retro] said...

My Interview with: Bill Moseley aka 'Chop-Top' Sawyer...

http://www.jmhdigital.com/

Jeremy [Retro]
HBA Curator

Tom Clark said...

My tribute to the late, very great José Ramón Larraz:

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2013/09/rip-jose-ramon-larraz-1929-2013.html

Tom Clark said...

Talking some underrated Hitchcock with Stage Fright (1950):

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2013/09/stage-fright-1950.html

Feel free to skip over that shit intro.

Mike Sandal said...

The Haunted Drive-in has been recently reanimated! I took a long break from my blog (over a year) because of some unfortunate circumstances that had to be attended to first. But I am back now and hoping to post at least once a week, if not more! We ended August with a review of the PC game Amnesia: The Dark Descent as well as The ABCs of Death, a lament about horror hipsters, and a (very) short examination of the new Robocop trailer. We're still interested in the scary, the silly, and the sublimely cheesy, so please, read our blog, follow on Twitter, Like on Facebook, share, and offer any advice you may have! I really love horror and sci-fi and am looking to blog much more regularly now that life has sorted out a bit! Thanks!

www.thehaunteddrive-in.blogspot.com

Tom Clark said...

Review of Jess Franco's Snakewoman (2005) up now:

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2013/09/snakewoman-2005.html

Tom Clark said...

Talking about Return of the Living Dead 3 (1993), one of the most original zombie flicks and one of the best American genre offerings from the 90's:

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2013/10/return-of-living-dead-3-1993.html

Matt Rosvally said...

Hey folks,

My production company Sepulture Productions has been releasing a bi-weekly horror webseries titled Horror Show Theater. I just released episode 3 on the youtube page yesterday. Please go and check it out and let me know what you think.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zBwWB8FE2Uc

Also check out the other episodes at
http://www.youtube.com/user/SepultureProductions/videos

Thanks for reading. I'd love to hear your thoughts.

Jeffrey Macabre said...

Hey folks,

My production company Sepulture Productions has been releasing a bi-weekly horror webseries titled Horror Show Theater. I just released episode 3 on the youtube page yesterday. Please go and check it out and let me know what you think.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zBwWB8FE2Uc

Also check out the other episodes at
http://www.youtube.com/user/SepultureProductions/videos

Thanks for reading. I'd love to hear your thoughts.

Jesse Campbell said...

New dark art is brewing at Zombie Bites.

There is a strange green glow beyond the falling autumn leaves and voices echo on the wind. Last year, Zombie Bites was haunted by the Halloween Zombie Outbreak. This year, strange magick is afoot. something is bringing Halloween to life. It's the Second Annual Halloween Outbreak: Night of the Cauldron! Night of the Cauldron posts will be part of the regularly scheduled Featured Creature and will run the seven days before Halloween.

Come check it out at Zombie Bites!

Tom Clark said...

Thoughts on David Cronenberg's Cosmopolis:

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2013/10/cosmopolis-2012.html

Malice said...

Hey Fiends!!

Just wanted to drop everyone here at the Alliance a line to let you know that Malice of Horrorland has returned with a vengeance. Please help me rebuild my audience and I will continue doing my best to bring top notch entertainment and original fiction to the horror community. It's so good to be back!

Tom Clark said...

Nightmares Come at Night (1970), a nice low key transitional film from Jess Franco:

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2013/11/nightmares-come-at-night-1970.html

Tom Clark said...

Something a bit different today, Larry Clark's controversial revenge drama Bully (2001):

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2013/11/bully-2001.html

Warden Stokely said...

Hell o Prisoners!
A needlessly lengthy write-up on Nosferatu 1922, over at Warden Stokely Horrorzine, plus a rant on the correlation between the rise of technology and the rise of divorce. Cuz I can, and it was relevant. Well, for the most part. Until next time...Keep those fires stoked!
Eternally Yours
Warden Stokely

Tom Clark said...

Even more underrated Hitchcock! The Paradine Case (1947):

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2013/12/the-paradine-case-1947.html

Tom Clark said...

Andrzej Zulawski's Szamanka (1996):

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2013/12/szamanka-1996.html

Warden Stokely said...

Hell o Prisoners!
James Gracey over at Behind the Couch turned me on to a short, Witchfinder, by Director Colin Clarke over at Daredevil Films. I did a short write up on it, with a trailer, and a link to the short. Come on over to the prison and check it out! Until next time...Keep those fires stoked!
Eternally Yours
Warden Stokely

Tom Clark said...

Andrzej Zulawski's Diabel (1972):

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2013/12/diabel-1972.html

Tom Clark said...

Sticking up for Lucio Fulci's all too often unfairly bashed Manhattan Baby (1982):

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2014/01/manhattan-baby-1982.html

Tom Clark said...

The Devil's Honey (1986), Lucio Fulci's brilliant psychosexual drama:

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2014/01/the-devils-honey-1986.html

Tom Clark said...

Deadly Manor (1990) AKA Savage Lust, the underrated and unfairly trashed last horror film from the great Jose Larraz:


http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2014/02/deadly-manor-1990.html

Mikayla Glover said...

Dropping by to say thank you for adding my site http://www.urbanlegendsandhorror.comto the HBA.

Will be checking out as many sites as my brain can handle!

Mateo Hellion said...

Character Within by Mateo Hellion will be aired in the March 2nd episode of the NoSleep Podcast. Matt Grant has done an amazing job narrating the story so done miss it... iTunes, TheNoSleepPodcast.com, TuneIn Radio, and more!

Dom Coccaro said...

Random Reviews Incorporated just woke up from a hiatus! Follow the link below for obscure horror film reviews, horror comic book reviews, heavy metal/hard rock album reviews, wrestling commentary, a weekly shitty webcam show and more!

rrincorporated.blogspot.com

Tom Clark said...

Sticking up for Argento's Mother of Tears (2007):

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2014/02/mother-of-tears-2007.html

Joseph Agudelo said...

pls add my blog to 2k14 hba links
http://kakakilabot.wordpress.com/
tnx

lord magius said...

Hi!!! This is new flix review about Robo Vampire check it

http://hariboextremeculture.blogspot.com.tr/2014/02/robo-vampire-1988.html

Mateo Hellion said...

Hi there,

My story was pushed back an episode for editing but there is a possibility that another story will be on the same episode of the NoSleep Podcast.

I'm looking for bloggers interested in reviewing the audio stories and possible interviews. Please feel free to contact me if your are interested.

Tom Clark said...

Something a bit different this week, David Lynch's Wild at Heart (1990):

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2014/03/wild-at-heart-1990.html

horroriblyhooched said...

Hey all - if any fellow bloggers are interested in some cross-promotion hit us up http://horriblyhooched.com/

We're also doing live coverage of the Sacramento Twisted Terror Convention.

Mateo Hellion said...

The Cecil Hotel is the 3rd story in season 3 episode 21. Hope you enjoy it. MH

http://www.thenosleeppodcast.com/?p=1423

Raoul said...

We have compiled a detailed classification of horror genres and sub-genres, in the hope to bring something interesting to the field, or at least food for discussion.
I articulated my classification around 6 main horror movies genres: Killers; Monsters; Paranormal and Psychological, Zombies, and Gore/Splatter. All this makes 6 main horror genres and lots of subgenres…Visit the page: http://www.horroronscreen.com/wiki-horror/horror-genres/

Tom Clark said...

Again, not horror but I'm sticking up for another unfairly trashed film this week, William Friedkin's steamy murder mystery Jade (1995):

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2014/03/jade-1995.html

Raoul said...

Anyone into Video Nasties??
Our website Horror on Screen 
has prepared a little list of the Top 10 Video Nasties Films , alongside with their respective reviews. I hope this will interest you!

Jesse Campbell said...

Zombie Bites has been absent here at the HBA for too many months, but I'm trying to get back in the groove.

In the interim several new features have begun. In late October, amidst the Night of the Cauldron Halloween event, I began a new feature called Exhumed. Within Exhumed I take previously posted black and white pieces and give them a fresh coat of color and texture.

In December I began a comic book oriented feature called the Saturday Sketch. The Saturday Sketches feature quick studies exploring the visual language of other fictional universes with a specific focus on famous dark or supernatural comic book characters. So far I've covered Morbius, Man-Thing, Mephisto, Hellcat, Etrigan The Demon, Cloak, Morpheus, The Joker, and the original Doctor Fate. I'm currently working through a series that began with Belasco, featuring many of the characters from the Marvel Comics Magik limited series.

In January, I updated many of the galleries at Zombie Bites and created several new ones. The Writing gallery was formed to give a collective home for all of my horror fiction. Within the Featured Creature gallery, I added the Before the Feature section to highlight the artwork I posted before the Featured Creature began that fell into the same styles and genres.

In February, I began a new Gallery for my From the Archives posts to collect my older work for easier viewing.

Come check out my new Dark Art at Zombie Bites!

Jesse Campbell said...

New Dark Art at Zombie Bites in March!

Within the Featured Creature a woman claims that Everything's Fine after an unseen encounter and the Reunion at the Merrimon Library serial continued.

For the Saturday Sketches, the set I'm doing from the Magik limited series went into full swing in March with Limbo Storm, the original version of Illyana Rasputin's Soulsword, Belasco's Citadel, and the original Stepping Disks.

From the Archives featured a sketch of a Devil and Angel for a party flyer, two versions of the burning skull that is Baba Yaga's Gift, the anxiety and fear of being Chained, and the colors of Burning rage.

The Psyche Delectus Tenebrarum examined the complexities of a strange Angel, the intensity of a Singular Focus, the Viceroy who is but a catspaw, the relationship between Television and Self, and a vision of the demon king Purson.

Back In January, a comic book horror anthology I am involved with, Skin Crawling Comics, began its website and began posting stories from the anthology. So far The Basement and Night Terror stories are completely uploaded, but fresh pages are uploaded every Tuesday and Thursday. I'll also be doing monthly posts with links to the current pages. Please share and support this independent horror comic!

Due to my Spring Hiatus, Exhumed only featured one post in March, the Cthulhian Strange Eye. However, near the end of the month, both the Exhumed and Saturday Sketch got their own galleries for easier viewing!

Come check it all out at Zombie Bites!

Tom Clark said...

Jess Franco's Plaisir à trois (1973) AKA How To Seduce a Virgin:

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2014/04/how-to-seduce-virgin-1973.html

This will be the first in a "series" so to speak of Franco write-up's with two more to follow.

lord magius said...

New review about Black Candles (1982) check http://hariboextremeculture.blogspot.com.tr/2014/04/los-ritos-sexuales-del-diablo-aka-black.html

lord magius said...

New review about The Boogeyman (1980) http://hariboextremeculture.blogspot.com.tr/2014/04/the-boogeyman-1980.html

Zane Sachs said...

Sadie the Sadist, X-tremely Black Humor/Horror, will be FREE on Amazon, April 25-29. Please pick up a copy.

Here's a description:

Like many people, Sadie feels undervalued and frustrated. Employed by a supermarket, she plots to murder coworkers—or lure them into the employee bathroom for a quickie. Sick of being treated like a robot, she taps into a powerful (and deranged) alter-ego and transforms into Sadie the Sadist. READER BEWARE: This book contains graphic violence, psycho/sexual incidents, and Sadie’s favorite recipes. X-tremely Black Humor/Horror.

"You have never read anything like Sadie the Sadist -- a pitch black satire that is not only deeply disturbing but funny as hell." –Blake Crouch, Author, Wayward Pines

“A brilliant, bloody read. Bone chilling. Dark. Funny. Sadie makes Hannibal Lector look like dating material. My heart quickened as I braced for Sadie the Sadist’s next step down that slippery slope called sanity. Highly recommended.” –Barbara Silkstone, Author of the Wendy Darlin Tomb Raider series

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00JOOFCLK

Tom Clark said...

More Jess Franco, The Sexual Story of O (1984):

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2014/04/the-sexual-story-of-o-1984.html

Cadaverina said...

Any of you guys and ghouls wanna to see what we got in our April Box of Dread? Drag your corpses on over to the Blog of Terror:
http://www.chainsawblog.blogspot.com

Jesse Campbell said...

New Dark Art and Horror Fiction from Zombie Bites in April!

The Featured Creature continued the Reunion at the Merrimon Library fiction serial this month with Part VII: The Rune of Banishment, Part VIII: The Blue Chasm, and Part IX: Deidre's Warning. The month wrapped up with my rendition of a Virginian urban legend, the Bunny Man, and a horror that crawls forth in moonlight.

In the Saturday Sketches the Magik set continued with Limbo ShadowCat, Limbo Colossus, the demon S'ym, and Belasco's Altar.

From the Archives uncovered the crown prince of Unter, Thauros , a Burning Stone Face, a Shadowed Face, and The Narrator. The month finished with a Dance of Death and Life.

The Psyche Delectus Tenebrarum explored Imprisoned Fire, a Temple of Dread, with two extra posts at the month's end: Offering of the Gift and Walpurgisnacht.

The Storm was Exhumed this month for a somber color exploration.

Come check it all out at Zombie Bites!

Tom Clark said...

Jess Franco's The Hot Nights of Linda (1975):

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2014/05/the-hot-nights-of-linda-1975.html

Tom Clark said...

Perhaps not exactly "horror" per say, or traditional horror anyway, William Friedkin's adaptation of Harold Pinter's The Birthday Party (1968):

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2014/05/the-birthday-party-1968.html

CZsWorld said...

Hello,

I love your blog! I thought you might be interested in sharing this short horror comedy called Dark Avenue of the Night. It is about a cop in the final hour of his shift who pulls over a traveling magician act - but when strange things start to occur, he must consider the possibility that their antics are more than just an act. It's five minutes long and won first place in a 48 hour film competition.

Here is the link: http://youtu.be/PdnfVlhtw1A

Tom Clark said...

John Waters' brilliant satire Serial Mom (1994):

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2014/06/serial-mom-1994.html

Jesse Campbell said...

New Dark Art and Horror Fiction at Zombie Bites!

At the beginning of May I had the privilege of showing at local convention, SpartanCon. It was an excellent experience and I had a great time! During the convention I drew freebie "zombie bite" sketches to give away.

Also in May, Buried, one of the stories I was colorist on for the horror anthology Skin Crawling Comics began posting. Drop by Skin Crawling Comics and check out Buried and all the other excellent stories in the anthology!

The Featured Creature spotlighted infection with an exploration of the zombie apocalypse In the Cities but most of May was consumed by the sinking horror of the three part story, The Rathbone Assignment.

Within the Saturday Sketches May wrapped up the Magik set with Wolverine's Skeleton, Original Darkchylde, and Original Magik / Illyana Rasputin. The month ended expanding into the DC Comics universe. I began a set of sketches exploring the beginnings of the Doctor Fate mythos with Classic Fate's Tower and Classic Inza Cramer.

From the Archives dug up several explorations of ego with What the Owl Said, Tornado of Self, Dueling Self, and the Hangerman.

The Psyche Delectus Tenebrarum presented Shadow Armor, an homage to the late H.R. Giger, and the emptiness of Darkened Doorways.

Exhumed this month was a reinvestigation of a dusty and forgotten Open Skull.

Come check it all out at Zombie Bites!

Tom Clark said...

Stigma (Jose Ramon Larraz, 1980):

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2014/06/stigma-1980.html

Tom Clark said...

Rest in Pieces (1987), Jose Larraz's underrated supernatural funhouse:

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2014/06/rest-in-pieces-1987.html

Jesse Campbell said...

New Dark Art and Horror Fiction at Zombie Bites!

The Featured Creature began June with a recounting of the disturbing events at the Waverly House followed by a fiery dream. The month wrapped up with the first two of a set of portraits of the Devil's Square: Scrag and Scratch

Saturday Sketch continued the ongoing Classic Doctor Fate Set with Kent Nelson, Wotan, Ferryman and the Dead, and Negal.

The Psyche Delectus Tenebrarum explored an Indigo Priest, the processes of the Aetherengineer, and the arrival of The Arbiter.

From the Archives uncovered the Hyenaman, a Horned Goblin, a Devil Head, and a Gargoyle.

In June, Exhumed focused on the solitude of Floating.

June also finished up the page posts of Buried, the story I colored for the comic book horror anthology Skin Crawling Comics! Drop by, give it a read, and let me know what you think!

Come check it all out at Zombie Bites!

Jesse Campbell said...

Each month at Zombie Bites I post a new banner focusing on the dominate holiday of the month but with a zombie theme. This month is called the Horde of July.

Tom Clark said...

La muerte incierta (1977), last of the Larraz write-up's for now:

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2014/07/la-muerte-incierta-1977.html

Tom Clark said...

Frustration (1971), Jose Benazeraf's masterpiece of psychosexual horror:

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2014/07/frustration-1971.html

Jesse Campbell said...

New Dark Art at Zombie Bites!

In July the Featured Creature continued an ongoing series of Devil's Square Portraits with Scream, Screwworm, The Nameless One, DEP Agent Boehler, and The Ruddy Skull.

At Saturday Sketch this month, the Golden Age Doctor Fate Set continued with Norn Giant, The Fish-Men of Nyarl-Amen, Golden Age Nabu, and Mango the Mighty.

This month Psyche Delectus Tenebrarum explored an entity who does not Touch the Ground and the ghosts that dwell in Forgotten Places.

From the Archives uncovered a host of surreal and undead creatures and characters this month including a Nosferatu, a Lich, a Naga, a Paperclip Bird, and an image of Dismay.

Exhumed this month reinvestigated the disturbing hunger of The Door.

Come check it all out at Zombie Bites!!

Jesse Campbell said...

At Zombie Bites, Summer is over and Romero County Schools will be back in session this month! Be sure your little ones are prepared for that long bus ride to school!

Tom Clark said...

Gradiva (2006), the final film from Alain Robbe-Grillet:

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2014/08/gradiva-2006.html

Tom Clark said...

Alain Robbe-Grillet's mesmerizing dream horror/mystery La bell captive (1983):

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2014/08/la-belle-captive-1983.html

Jesse Campbell said...

New Dark Art at Zombie Bites in August!

In August, I was very fortunate to receive an invitation to Neatoshop. Thanks Jeremy! Drop by and check out my available designs at My Neatoshop! I'll be adding new designs regularly.

The Featured Creature this month continued the ongoing set of Devil's Square portraits including The Bloody Gem and Doctor Liam Hofstadter.

This month, the Saturday Sketch continued the Golden Age Doctor Fate set with The Legions of the Styx, The Golden Age Mister Who, and The People from Outer Space.

This month the Psyche Delectus Tenebrarum presented The Return.

From the Archives dug up a zombie Valentine's Day gift, a Dark RPG battle, and an RPG Demon.

Exhumed this month reinvestigated an older sketch of D'Spayre

Come check it all out at Zombie Bites!

Tom Clark said...

Jean Rollin's The Demoniacs (1974):

http://hellbrokeluce.blogspot.com/2014/09/the-demoniacs-1974.html

A Word From Our Sponsor!

We Came from the Basement - Podcast