Shadow of the Vampire (2000) Review – Willem Dafoe really sucks

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Sam Kench and James Lown conclude their Nosferatu triple feature with Shadow of the Vampire starring John Malkovich, Willem Dafoe, Cary Elwes, and Eddie Izzard.

Day Seven: Shadow of the Vampire (2000) Review (Macabre Month of Horror 2016)

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Nosferatu the Vampyre – There is definitely no sparkling going on here

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Sam Kench and James Lown review Werner Herzog’s Nosferatu the Vampyre starring Klaus Kinski. Nosferatu triple feature.

Day Six: ‘Nosferatu the Vampyre’ (1979) Review (Macabre Month of Horror 2016)’

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Vagina Teeth – ’nuff said

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For day four of our 5th Annual Macabre Month of Horror Tara Hartnett and Sam Kench review teeth and discuss the mechanics and morals of vagina dentate dick biting.

Day Four: ‘Teeth’

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‘Dead Alive’ – You’ll Never Want to Eat Custard Again

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For day three of our 5th Annual Macabre Month of Horror Sam Kench and James Lown review Peter Jackson’s 1992 gore-fest ‘Dead Alive’ AKA ‘Brain Dead’.

Day Three: Peter Jackson’s ‘Dead Alive’

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Now available online – Til Death – Sam Kench’s latest short film

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On Friday, October 31, 2014 Sam Kench released his latest independent short film on Youtube. Til Death” follows the mentally unstable Mrs. Crowley as she plots to murder her husband but the unforeseen guilt that chokes her mind drives her to her breaking point. 

The movie stars Danbury, NH residents, Cathy Nolan Vinčević and her husband Seval Vinčević , and was filmed in various locations around New Hampshire. The natural beauty of the area plays a sharp contrast to the hauntingly dark nature of the film. This frightening psychological thriller/horror short film was written and directed by local film maker, Sam Kench.

“Til Death” premiered at The Purple Pit Coffee Lounge in Bristol, NH on October 17, 2014. The movie was shown again during the opening night reception of Sam’s art show at The Gordon-Nash Library in New Hampton, NH.  Following each showing the director and actors held lively Q & A session with audience members who asked questions about special effects, motivation, and how different shots were done. Most viewers said they would never look at Cathy (who is the director of the Gordon-Nash Library), the same way again.

So, what’s up next from the creative mind of Sam Kench? He’s working on writing and filming a project called “Tales from the Wasteland”. It’s a feature length film, set in post apocalyptic New Hampshire, comprised of a series of vignettes. If you’d like to be involved and help give this project wings, follow this link https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/tales-from-the-wasteland to support the Indiegogo campaign.

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Macabre Month of Horror: Movie Review #24 “You’re Next”

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you're nextWelcome to the 20th day of our Fourth Annual Macabre Month of Horror. Today’s review is A The Good, the Bad, and the Grindhouse review on “You’re Next

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Macabre Month of Horror: Movie Review #24 “You’re Next

Macabre Month of Horror: Movie Review #23 “The Midnight Meat Train”

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midnight meat trainWelcome to the 27th day of our Fourth Annual Macabre Month of Horror. Today’s review is on the movie “The Midnight Meat Train

Description from Amazon “Struggling photographer Leon Kauffman’s obsessive pursuit of dark subject matter leads him into the path of a serial killer, Mahogany, the subway murderer who stalks late-night commuters — ultimately butchering them in the most gruesome ways imaginable.”

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Macabre Month of Horror: Movie Review #23 “The Midnight Meat Train

Macabre Month of Horror: Movie Review #22 “John Carpenter’s Vampires”

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John carpenter's Vampires posterWelcome to the 22nd day of our Fourth Annual Macabre Month of Horror. Today’s review is for John Carpenter’s “Vampires” starring James Woods.

Product Description “In the blood-chilling tradition of Halloween and Village of the Damned comes John Carpenter’s unique vision of the ultimate killing machines, VAMPIRES. “Forget everything you’ve ever heard about vampires,” warns Jack Crow (James Woods), the leader of Team Crow, a relentless group of mercenary vampire slayers. When Master Vampire Valek (Thomas Ian Griffith) decimates Jack’s entire team, Crow and the sole team survivor, Montoya (Daniel Baldwin), set out in pursuit. Breaking all the rules, Crow and Montoya take one of Valek’s victims hostage. The beautiful but unlucky prostitute (Sheryl Lee) is their sole psychic link to Valek, and through her senses they will track down the leader of the undead. As Valek nears the climax of his 600-year search for the Berziers Cross, Jack and the new Team Crow do everything humanly possible to prevent him from possessing the only thing that can grant him and all vampires the omnipotent power to walk in the daylight.”

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Macabre Month of Horror: Movie Review #22 “John Carpenter’s Vampires

Macabre Month of Horror: Review #19 “F.E.A.R.”

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FEAR posterWelcome to the 19th day of our Fourth Annual Macabre Month of Horror. Today’s review is a Jumping Off Point review of the movie “F.E.A.R.”

Description from Production Company

  • “F.E.A.R. is an intense combat experience with rich atmosphere and a deeply intense paranormal storyline presented entirely in first person. Be the hero in your own spine-tingling epic of action and terror… and discover the true meaning of F.E.A.R.”

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Macabre Month of Horror: Movie Review #19 “F.E.A.R.”

Macabre Month of Horror: Movie Review #18 “Alien” and “Aliens”

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alien posterWelcome to day eighteen of our Fourth Annual Macabre Month of Horror. Halloween is upon us and today’s Jumping Off Point review is of the classic horror flicks “Alien” and “Aliens

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Macabre Month of Horror: Movie Review #18 “Alien” and “Aliens