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Archive | July, 2011

“I may not believe in the concept of demons, but I accept that I might be wrong, and that the places I go are opening doors. I think the biggest tangible danger of paranormal investigation is becoming close-minded; there is always something to learn.”

July 28, 2011

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DarkMedia Interviews Daniel Hooven of Resident Undead: On June 17th of this year, fans of the Travel Channel’s wildly successful Ghost Adventures were introduced to a reality show like we’ve never seen before.  Paranormal Challenge, hosted by Zak Bagans, never fails to be a wild ride as two teams go head-to-head, collecting evidence within some […]

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A Glimpse Into Researching for the Make-Believe

July 28, 2011

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by Mark D. Evans: My current WIP—of which I’m currently polishing the final draft—is a vampire story like no other. “Yeah, yeah.” “Heard it all before.” “There’s no originality left for vampires.” “Vampires have been done to death.” That’s what you’re thinking, right? Didn’t I tell you I was psychic? And my puns aren’t bad either. […]

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Jason vs. Freddy…vs. The Quiet Guy Next Door (It’s Always the Quiet Ones)

July 26, 2011

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by Michael A. Kozlowski: When you think of horror stories (or movies, for that matter) it’s likely that the images conjured up are vampires, werewolves, demons, zombies or some sort of human things that die at the end but prove exceptionally resilient when the sequel comes around. That’s cool! Those are some great monsters and can […]

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My Opinion, Hard and Cold

July 24, 2011

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by Drew Keaton: This is a rant! Be forewarned… I’m an avid reader and I adore the classics. As an English major, I’ve everything from Spencer to Byron. Kafka, Blake, Shelley, and Burrows sit on my shelf. I’ve recently dipped my toe into the world of indie publishing. I’ve always supported the DIY musicians… this is […]

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BRAINS!!!!!!!!!! A zombie fest with Dennis Finocchiaro

July 24, 2011

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by Alex Mcdermott: Zombies are everywhere! The CDC is preparing for an attack. George Romero gave us the blueprint. Max Brooks gave us the fallout. Dennis Finocchiaro, author of The Z Word, continues the long line of zombie flesh-rotting fests. He recently sat down and gave me a brain-munching interview on his latest work. Alex Mcdermott: […]

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Death Imitating Art

July 22, 2011

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by Richard Jay Parker: Was chatting with another writer this week about a storyline she formulated which outlined the perfect murder. She then became concerned that putting it out there might inspire somebody to copy the method. Is it likely that readers will be tempted to adopt the techniques of a fictional murderer? It’s highly […]

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Grave Robbers Point

July 22, 2011

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by Jill C. Kirkham: The cemetery has long been, if you’ll excuse me, a favourite haunt of mine. I find it very soothing, especially in the fall. I love to walk the narrow tree lined paths, and read epitaphs or talk to my little sister. Heck I even taught my twins how to ride their bikes […]

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Ghost, What Are You?

July 22, 2011

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by Dr. Kimberly Rackley: If you ask ten different people what a ghost is, chances are you will be told ten different definitions or opinions. I believe that you can not correctly define a ghost or any essence until its matter or cause has been named and proven through the scientific process. What we have […]

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Eternal: A Review

July 22, 2011

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ETERNAL (2004) Directed by Wilhelm Liebenberg & Frederico Sanchez Starring: Conrad Pla Caroline Néron Victoria Sanchez by Sher Boudreau: Filmed in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Eternal is a dark sexy film loosely based on the life of The Countess Erszebet Bathory[1]. Elizabeth Kane (played by Caroline Nèron) is an exotic lesbian who has a passion for blood […]

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“We had no interest in drawing a monster. We wanted to see a good, patriotic man, and watch him as he makes bad choices, and things get away from him…. We want people to weep for him.”

July 21, 2011

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DarkMedia Interviews A.J. Hartley: Shakespeare’s Macbeth is frequently referred to as “The Scottish Play” or “The Scottish Tragedy” by those who believe the name itself invokes a curse when spoken inside a theatre.  Its legend of death and disaster goes all the way back to 1606, when Shakespeare himself was forced to take the stage […]

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Jordan Reyne & Anarchy: A Short Story-Writing Competition!

July 20, 2011

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Jordan Reyne, New Zealand’s premiere bloodthirsty Celtic rock and machine sounds superhero, has teamed up with Anarchy Books to bring you a dazzling short story writing competition! Jordan Reyne’s new album, Children of a Factory Nation, is released September 2011 and follows a family who lived in Wales in the late 1800’s during the Industrial Revolution. Like many alive in […]

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“Biohazard has always been straight up and in your face, on every album, we didn’t pull punches or tip toe around certain issues, we say what we mean and mean what we say.”

July 20, 2011

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DarkMedia interviews Billy Graziadei of Biohazard: Biohazard is an iconic Metal band originally based out of Brooklyn, New York. Pioneers in the music industry, they are acknowledged as one of the earliest bands to fuse hardcore punk and heavy metal with elements of hip-hop. Stay tuned for the release of their new album in September 2011 […]

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