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The Black Capes: Lullabies for the Dead [ALBUM REVIEW]

Band/Artist: The Black Capes Release House: DarkTunes Records Genre: Gothic...

Color Out of Space [FILM REVIEW]

Director: Richard Stanley Production Company: SpectreVision, ACE Pictures...

SCARY MOVIE NIGHT: The Wicker Man [DVD/BLURAY REVIEW]

Director: Robin Hardy Production Companies: British Lion Films Distribution...

LOVE POTION: Karen St. Claire [SPOKESMODEL GALLERY]

LOVE POTION In a small village in Northern California, a gardener found a...

Leper: This Next Song Is About Death [ALBUM REVIEW]

Band/Artist: Leper Release House: Grrr Records Genre: Gothic Rock One...

Karen St. Claire: Torchbearer’s Society [SPOKESMODEL GALLERY]

This small gallery is composed of the extraordinary work of photographer, Rian Flynn. As keepers of the flame, within the shadows of darkness lingers an illuminating light. The hermit mysteriously appears to help the lost traveler by illuminating the path so that the wandering seeker may find their way home. As the mystified ghost hunter is peering out around the corridor’s corner, eyes wide shut, an apparition creeps…

Pozar: Fire [ALBUM REVIEW]

Band/Artist: Pozar Release House: Independent Genre: Black Metal,...

Karen St. Claire: The Haunted Lighthouse [SPOKESMODEL GALLERY]

At the turn of the century, in the early 1900’s a female innkeeper at Lighthouse Bay tended and cared for the lighthouse. Down the cobblestone walkway at Port’s Landing, she is sighted frequenting the shoreline carrying a lit candle through the dense fog, signaling seamen at storm watch for safe docking at the harbor inlet. Sometimes she is found glowing in misty blue light in the shipwrecked Captain’s Cabin, seated at the dinner table as a guest of honor. Other times she is sighted on board a pirate’s Ghost Ship while navigating at sea. According to legend, the lighthouse itself…

Another Man’s Wife: A Love Story

Peter’s good friend and partner in Bellwether Productions,Tommy Sinclair, is desperate to convince Peter to read some #1 best selling book by a “new on the scene” author named P.K. Tyler. Tommy wants Peter to agree to assist with writing the screenplay for and then act in the lead role in the production of the miniseries based on this book.

This is the last thing Peter wants to do! His heart and mind are set on playing Sergei Rachmaninoff in an upcoming production and he doesn’t want anything to stand in his way of securing that part! Nevertheless, he agrees to meet with Ms. Tyler.

Scary Movie Night: Thinner [DVD/BLU-RAY REVIEW]

Based on the Stephen King novel “Thinner”, this Supernatural American Body Horror film is sure to keep you glued to your seat. Billy is a well respected defense attorney that manages to turn the table towards victory and legal pardon for his mafia client. Living in a big house with wife and daughter he lives the All American Dream. However he does have his challenges with dieting as his insatiable appetite takes control over any defense of his own free will. His supportive wife looks out for him with a load of encouragement and suggests that there is more to life than “just food”.