Island of Terror – UK, 1966 – reviews and now whole film free online — MOVIES & MANIA

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‘They lived by eating human bones… and threatened to consume the world! Island of Terror is a 1966 British science fiction horror feature film directed by Terence Fisher – he also helmed… 940 more words

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The Colour Out of Space – short story by H. P. Lovecraft — MOVIES & MANIA

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The Colour Out of Space is a science-fiction horror short story by American author H. P. Lovecraft, written in March 1927. In the tale, an unnamed narrator pieces together the story of an area known by locals as the “blasted heath” in the wild hills west of the fictional town of Arkham, Massachusetts. 12,580 more…

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Hell of the Living Dead – Italy | Spain, 1980 – reviews — MOVIES & MANIA

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‘They eat the living’ Virus – l’inferno dei morti viventi is an Italian-Spanish zombie horror feature film directed in 1980 by Bruno Mattei (Snuff Trap… 1,153 more words

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The Zodiac Killer – USA, 1971 – reviews — MOVIES & MANIA

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‘Who is he… What is he… When is he going to strike again??’ The Zodiac Killer aka Zodiac is a 1971 American horror-thriller feature film based on still-unsolved murders, a blend of truth, fiction and sick humour. 1,450 more words

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The Rundown: February 11, 2020 — Multiversity Comics

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Welcome back to The Rundown, our daily breakdown on comic news stories we missed from the previous day. Have a link to share? Email our team at rundown@multiversitycomics.com. In case you missed it, Marvel announced Kurt Busiek and Yildiray Cinar’s “The Marvels,” and we interviewed Matt Kindt on both his new series “Bang!” and his […]

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Five Six Thoughts on Doctor Who’s “Can You Hear Me?” — Multiversity Comics

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This week, there’s literal nightmare fuel for a pair of eternal beings as everyone – – including the Doctor – – confront their fears in “Can You Hear Me?” As always, … 1,123 more words

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Does Fantasy Have to Be Medieval? — Legends of Windemere

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Various questions come up when someone wants to write high fantasy and many of them are completely understandable. They may deal with magic, various races, and creating a world that isn’t Earth. Yet, there are other questions that you can see why they are asked, but they come off as shocking. It makes one wonder […]

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