Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Fresh Blood: New Releases In the World of Horror

In Book News:

Coscom Entertainment, publisher of monster and superhero fiction, has just launched a massive sale on all of its eBooks. Popular hits like The Undead World of Oz, Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and Zombie Jim, Blood of the Dead, The Lifeless, Zombie Fight Night: Battles of the Dead, Bits of the Dead, and others are available for less than $3.

Coscom Entertainment is one of the leaders in the monster-book publishing industry, with some of its titles slated for reprint from such publishing giants like Simon and Schuster.

For a complete listing of all Kindle books on sale, please visit:

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In Film News:

The Expendables
Release date: Aug 13, 2010
Starring: Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Mickey Rourke, Terry Crews, Jet Li, Dolph Lundgren,Randy Couture
Remember how cool the action films of the 80’s were? Yeah me either but Stallone looks to capture that same vibe as he leads a plethora of leading males such as Jason Statham and Jet Li.

Piranha 3D
Release date: Aug 20, 2010
Starring: Elisabeth Shue, Richard Dreyfuss, Jessica Szohr
Haute Tension director gets a chance to redeem himself after the dismal effort that was his Mirrors remake. This time he’s taking a shot at a remake of the 1978 classic Piranha, this time in 3D. Those who have seen the film claim its as gory as Dead Alive. Now that’s saying something!

Release date Aug 27, 2010
Starring: Michael Fassbender, Dominic West, Olga Kurylenko, David Morrissey, Noel Clarke
You really can’t go wrong with a movie that’s directed by Neil Marshall. He brought us the claustrophobic Decent Werewolf fun with dog soldiers, and we can’t forget the thrill ride that was Doomsday. Now Neil takes a different approach and tackles a legendary ancient Roman battle.

The Last Exorcism
Release date Aug 27, 2010
Starring: Patrick Fabian, Ashley Bell
A Reverend gets more than he bargained for when he arrives in Louisiana to perform what he thinks to be a “routine exorcism.”

--Steven M. Duarte