Top Paranormal Stories Week Ending December 20


Polish Cemeteries Used Sickles to Protect Dead from Demons


Ghostly figure captured on film by paranormal investigators at St Bartholomew’s Cemetery


UFOs Seen Monitoring Space Station During Manual Docking

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Hole Review


In Hole, convicted serial killer Ed Kunkle (Ed Respass) is dealing with personal demons brought on by a childhood of abuse at the hands of his mother who tied him up to a chair in a shed and forced him to witness “the conjugal rite” between her and her husband.  His mother tells him that he doesn’t need to believe in God or Jesus and that if he doesn’t do his chores such as taking out the trash he’ll be sent to a foster home.  Fed up with the abuse he decides to kill his mom. Continue reading


Creepy Cherub Distribution is pleased to announce the online release of THE EDGE OF REALITY a feature length anthology movie by Albany filmmaker Joe Bagnardi.

An anthology feature made up of three horror tales produced & directed by independent filmmaker Joe Bagnardi. Hosted by Bruce G. Hallenbeck. Starring: Bill Chaput, Bruce G. Hallenbeck, Mary Kay Hilko, Ron Rausch, Gary Secor, Dan Bailey and Jeff Kirkendall. 

Dead Man: A tell-tale heart type story about a game warden who just won’t stay dead!

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Hans Crippleton: Talk to the Hans Review


Without a shadow of a doubt this has to be the worst movie we have ever seen.  It was so bad that we couldn’t help but to watch it the whole way through.  A family of genetically defected rednecks (through inbreeding) called the Crippletons who live on land that gets invaded by zombies every October due to a curse does an interview that spans the length of the movie on a fictional show called Horror Haunt.  The title character Hans is a haunted attraction expert who garners publicity because of his odd appearance including his one very small and deformed hand.  In fact, all the members of the family have some type of deformity with the low-tech makeup and prosthetics making them look like Muppets.  There’s also a doctor (we couldn’t tell if he was part of the family or a friend) who has a manufactured eye that takes photographs who sews people back together all anatomically wrong.  Momma Crippleton who has trouble getting up from the couch because of her obesity is given a gift to help her so she doesn’t have to get up as much which is basically a rotted head with a leg attached. Continue reading

The Pigman Murders Review


In The Pigman Murders seven friends hike to the Connamara mountains in Ireland with a hired cameraman in tow to film a documentary to give to the family of a friend who died from stomach cancer a year earlier.  The movie is a found footage piece that combines elements of The Blair Witch Project and The Hills Have Eyes.

We don’t find out enough about the friends or their background to really sympathize with them when the attacks start to happen.  Basically, we see them for a few moments meeting each other after not having seen each other for a long time before they take off for the wilderness where they talk on camera about their friendship with their fallen friend and give a message to the family. Continue reading

Star Wars: The Force Awakens Jedi Review (Spoilers)


Director JJ Abrams has crafted a masterpiece with the latest installment of Star Wars titled The Force Awakens.  As soon as the film started with the proverbial scrolling verbiage the crowd broke into applause and we immediately got chills.  The movie is one of the finest stories we’ve ever seen and Abrams working of it has all the actors at the top of their game and leaves no detail missing. Continue reading

Lazer Team Has a New Trailer

LAZER TEAM made history in July 2014 when it broke Indiegogo’s record for Most Funded Film Campaign and thrilled audiences when the film celebrated its World Premiere at Fantastic Fest, the largest genre festival in the U.S.

In the film, four small-town losers stumble across an alien crash site containing an incredible battle suit. One round of bickering and a quick scuffle later, they each find themselves wearing a piece of the suit, which has genetically bound itself to them. Now, they must to work together as one to save humanity. With the government chasing after them and desperate to remove their new equipment at ANY cost, the foursome must learn to use a strange alien device meant for only one person, train for a battle against an omnipotent enemy, and not kill each other in the process. They may not be strong, smart, or talented… but they’re Lazer Team. Continue reading