Recording the Underground of Pop Culture One Show at a Time

Scream Queen Brooke Lewis Interview

Don’t forget to tune in every Wednesday night at 10:00 pm Eastern for a new live show! This show was previously recorded. We had a technical issue and this is

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A Peak At The Nightmares In ‘The Dormant Machine’

 When I first heard about a project involving a being who comes into your bedroom at night and removes nightmares, my mind immediately went to images of The Boogeyman from

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Prog Rock, Giallo Composer Maurizio Guarini Of Goblin Talks Hitting the Road, Working With Fabio Frizzi , And A New Album

By Eduardo Victoria (@eduardovictory on twitter) In the world of film, a composer can make or break a motion picture.  Scores provide the drama, suspense, and atmosphere that words can

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Serbian Film: Lose Yourself In Fuck

 “Lose yourself in fuck…” – (A pound of flesh to the first person to tell me what movie that is from)  Milos – husband, father, retired porn star – is

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For the Fans by the Fans: An Interview with Jeff Nelson of Scream Factory

By Eduardo Victoria (@eduardovictory on twitter) In the world of home video releases, few names strike a chord in the way that Shout! Factory does. Celebrating their 10th anniversary last

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Nicholas Vince Reveals OTHER PEOPLE’S DARKNESS

By Stephanie Hensley   Nicholas Vince of Hellraiser fame delivers creepy atmospheres and dreadful characters yet again. Nicholas’s first collection of stories What Monsters Do blew me away. He has

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Guess Who Got To View A First Cut Of NIGHT OF THE DOLLS?!

Traumatic Cinematic recently had a unique opportunity to view Night of the Dolls - the newest edition from the crew of HM&M Films. We were able to view the raw first

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Screw the Hump Day Tune Into the Underground

Get over the hump day madness and tune into http://fromdusktillcon.com/radio tonight for a selection of UNDERGROUND entertainment. First off Adolfo takes on the LIVE airways from 7-9 PM EDT and

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Dane Granger Reborn book review

  Dane Granger is a young lesbian trying to find the person she wants to be while battling her inner darkness and the demons that threaten to destroy her.  To the world she has it all…fame, money, women. But on the inside, she is really just a brokenhearted small town girl who has suffered through one tragedy after another and who is in love with the one girl she can never have. Book reviews are

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Hobo With A Shotgun: More Than Meets The Eye

“Jason Eisener is one of us,” a friend posted moments after seeing Hobo With A Shotgun. One of us indeed… Us ‘film types’ are a hard posse to impress – one has to fulfill both the supreme need for something entirely new – no easy feat, gotta use that imagination – while at the same time utilize core fundamentals familiar to the genre, which in this case, is part of the “nu-Grindhouse” movement. It is in

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Leatherface Returns in Original ‘Chain Saw’ 4K Restoration This Summer

Few films still shock and surprise audiences in the way that The Texas Chain Saw Massacre did when it was released on October 1, 1974. 30 years later, the film is still as unsettling and hypnotic as ever thanks to the legions of fans worldwide that have elevated the film from cult classic proto-slasher to a pop culture phenomenon. After countless re-releases, the film will be rolled into theatres once again this year, this time digitally

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Film Review: Byzantium

Byzantium might be one of the best vampires movies in some time. Despite strong showing at film festivals last fall, the theatric release was shamefully limited, though this trend in indie cinema finds the film getting the most exposure as it was just released on Showtime and dvd simultaneously . The movie embraces the human elements and romantic notions while keeping things gruesome in small doses when it is called for. The movie is beautifully

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Stuck In The Web Of HONEYSPIDER (Interview)

Traumatic Cinematic just scored the first interview with the writer and the director of the upcoming horror movie HoneySpider!  Honeyspider is a horror feature film from independent filmmakers Josh Hasty (director / producer) and Kenny Caperton (writer / producer). The film is currently in post-production and is scheduled to hit the festival circuit in search of distribution this Fall. What is Honeyspider? It’s Halloween day in 1989, and college student Jackie Blue wants to enjoy a

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The Horror Of the Oscars

While I don’t consider it a horror movie by my definition, I was shocked Stoker did not receive any Oscar nods…but then again, it touched on taboo more than playing up to the PC social agendas in place in Hollywood. This left “Dallas Buyers Club” and “Her as the only films worth sitting through, though both were pretty heavy handed with their messages. But the Oscars have snubbed some great horror movies over the years

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Demon Flesh Chapter 4 : An Interlude from Hell

Demon Flesh : An Interlude from Hell: Written by Laura James   A chill seeped from the flesh-walls in the palace of Hell, as it did whenever the Lord was displeased. The locksmith demon, Surgat, repaired the compromised seal of the demon Paimon’s chamber with a paste of smashed flies and the saliva of sinners for betrayal. Paimon stood inside his chamber with the Lord who was still enrobed in shadows. “Where do you think

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Traumatic Cinematic LIVE is now on FDTC Media Network

It started as a small glimmer of an idea impossible to tackle alone but with lots of hard work, a group of dedicated people, and the will to do the impossible we stand here today. We introduce to you the FDTC Network and it is wonderful. We can stream audio, video, or both together in unison. We will change the game. We are LIVE! The Traumatic Cinematic Show is LIVE every Wednesday still and still

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Live Interview with Filmmaker Christian Jude Grillo

With each passing week the Traumatic Cinematic LIVE show grows bigger and better and this week was the best yet. We welcomed filmmaker Christian Jude Grillo onto the show to discuss his new film Apocalypse Kiss and instead of just plugging his project he also dropped insider knowledge on us all. He explained a side of Netflix and Redbox we were unaware of and got deep into the unseen and hidden side of film making.

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Live Interview with Filmmaker Brian Williams

On this show we welcomed Midwestern filmmaker Brian Williams on to discuss his new film Time To Kill. Brian is a modern filmmaker with a flair for the 70′s exploitation. Check out the show and find out how deep the passion runs inside this true indie filmmaker. Check out the Time To Kill Facebook page and find out where it might be screening in your area. Check out my review on Time To Kill while

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LIVE interview with Adam Rehmeier

Taking the Traumatic Cinematic Show LIVE has been an adventure all in itself. One of the best parts of doing a live broadcast with guests is you never know what can happen. Top that off with inviting some unique filmmakers on and you have a receipt for fun! In this episode the Traumatic Crew was joined by filmmaker Adam Rehmeier and JABB Pictures owner Jason Hoover. You might recall Adam’s controversial work The Bunny Game

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SERIAL KILLER CULTURE: You can’t look away

By Stephanie Hensley Traumatic Cinematic recently had the opportunity to view Serial Killer Culture from Waterfront Productions. This documentary is brought to the screen by writer/director John Borowski. Borowski brought us H.H. Holmes: America’s First Serial Killer, Albert Fish: In Sin He Found Salvation, and Carl Panzram: The Spirit of Hatred and Vengeance. Borowski has an amazing ability to draw audiences into the stories of madness and murder from times past. He delivers yet again

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The Walking Dead ‘Us’ Recap, What Is Terminus?

SPOILERS:   The group has been separated and hope is dwindling. Will our survivors and main protagonists be reunited? Tonight, we got most of our answer.   Since the show returned from its mid season hiatus, the characters have all been following train tracks, a great symbolism for what’s waiting for them at the end of the line. All railroad tracks have to reach some sort of a station at some point, right? Well, all

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Merchandise Available Now

Folks take a moment and check out our extensive store full of awesome Traumatic Cinematic merchandise. We have t-shirts, hoodies, zip up hoodies, iPone cases, Galaxy cases, and much much more! You can build your own shirt to meet your style and all the while helping to support the Traumatic Cinematic site.