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HORROR On The Go reviews, rates and criticizes (literally) a new release holiday slasher titled RED CHRISTMAS!

BillChete & Lady Phantom analyze in detail without giving spoilers the new DVD/Bluray/VOD release of Red Christmas starring Dee Wallace (Cujo, The Hills Have Eyes, The Lords Of Salem). Written and Directed by Craig Anderson the filmmakers and hosts set the tone of gift giving with a Christmas Horror Film to start off the season of cheer.

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HORROR On The Go by Billchete - 8M ago
Title Jigsaw (Saw 8)
Year 2017
Distributor Lionsgate
Availability In Theaters | On Bluray, DVD and VOD (Jan 2018 est.)
Director Spierig Brothers
Actors Tobin Bell, Matt Passmore, Callum Keith Rennie
Review The much anticipated Jigsaw is here. Did it live up to the expectations?

We were cautious about this, to say the least. The Phantom especially, this being her favorite horror franchise. The previous seven films made so much sense together, that it was quite bold to add an eighth one. Especially since the only cast member to reprise his role is Tobin Bell, as Jigsaw himself. However, we were pleasantly surprised.

Does Jigsaw equal its predecessors in every sense? Not necessarily. The deathtraps are not especially inventive, but they don’t disappoint either. It’s not super gory, but it has some very decent kills. Does it feel like part of a whole? Absolutely (Phantom — not necessarily for BillChete it’s a stretch). They developed the story to fit the universe, even if there were some things that don’t quite click. We really wish they had brought more old cast members back, though, so certain parts would’ve made more sense. The end, we’re happy to report, took us completely by surprise, which is saying a lot. You definitely have to pay attention while watching, and even then they’ll probably fool you.

The acting in this movie is good, as usual, with only one mild exception. Even then, it’s not bad, just a bit overacted (we’ve seen reviews saying that there’s bad acting in this movie. They have obviously not seen bad acting). The feel of the movie is dark and completely Saw-esque. Of course, the pig mask makes an apparition, as does Billy the puppet, with some glowing eyes that we weren’t crazy about. Billy is just fine with his regular eyes, thank you very much. The Saw music is there too, even though it’s not as prevalent as in the previous ones. That is definitely a negative.

Should you watch Jigsaw and add it to your collection? We think you should. It’s a very decent addition to the family. As for the possibility of further development of the franchise, we think they should stop. If they choose to go on, however, they’d better bring back past members and have super brilliant ideas, because they could spoil one of the few franchises that feel like one cohesive story.

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Lady Phantom
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Jigsaw, the long-awaited eighth installment in the franchise, is still in theaters (limited) via Lionsgate. Fright-Rags celebrates the return of the modern horror icon with a new collection of T-shirts – including one that glows in the dark – and enamel pins from the film.

These items along with a lot of other horror merchandise are on sale now at Fright-Rags.com!

Editor’s Comment: On the heels of our upcoming detailed written review of Jigsaw in 3 days by BillChete and Lady Phantom these shirts look awesome, although we feel overpriced at $27.00 each from small to 4x size. True Saw fans will love these new items from the ever popular and growing horror memorabilia site Fright Rags.

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Darien Brock hosts this new horror podcast debuting back on July 2017 whereas BillChete had the fine opportunity to be their first guest. This show analyzes 1 (one) movie an episode clocking in around 30 minutes each. What’s great is this podcast guides you through a horror film (new and old) that is currently streaming on one of the premier spots like Netflix, Amazon and Shudder with a movie rating provided at the end.

Darien always has a guest on the show that’s known in the horror sphere to help him analyze the current film. Jeff Hammer a main contributor to the site and podcast appears from time to time even hosting a show here and there.

Streaming Horror Society currently has 16 shows in the books and they air a new episode almost weekly! BillChete and Lady Phantom highly recommend tuning into this podcast and checking out there website for another regular diet of horror goodness.

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HORROR On The Go presents its eighth installment of Cooking With Phantom.

Lady Phantom prepares and cooks scrumptious Mozzarella Sticks that are cheesy goodness for your mouth. Follow along with the Phantom as she makes 16 amazingly tasteful sticks that rival any restaurant out there. Plus she lays down the exact way to make them as to provide the most stringy and tasty sticks following her recipe to the tee for the perfect blend of succulent mozzarella sticks!

Ingredients:
8 oz mozzarella bar
3 eggs
1 cup Italian style bread crumbs
1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese
1/2 cup all-purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon paprika
2 cups vegetable oil

Dipping Sauce:
1/4 cup Marinara Sauce

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HORROR On The Go by Billchete - 8M ago

HORROR On The Go airs ANNA a horror short by Forte Films Entertainment!

Plot: Anna, a zombie who can think and feel, desperately tries to break free from her destructive eating disorder.

Running Time: 5 Minutes

Director: Matthew Forte

Links: Facebook

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Show Notes:
HORROR AUDIO BROADCAST: Length – 00:23:57DOWNLOAD MP3
– Topic: (2017) Room 104 Season 1 series review

BillChete & Lady Phantom analyze episodes 1 thru 9 out of 12 of the new HBO Horror Series dubbed Room 104 where the action takes place in this one motel room on each airing. The Duplass Brothers known for Creep are the minds behind this concept and the critics provide you with their thoughts if this series (or certain episodes) are worth your time.

Contact:
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BillChete Links:  | TwitterGoogle+
Lady Phantom Links: | Twitter

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HORROR On The Go describes what the Room 104 HBO Series is about in general, the main concept and where they progressed over 12 episodes during the first season.

BillChete & Lady Phantom discuss briefly the story of each of the first 9 episodes in this new HBO Horror Series with thumbs up, thumbs down or thumbs middle rating! The Duplass Brothers have received an extension to this series and there will be at least one more season coming. Watch the critics as they let you know if this 30 minute TV show essentially is worth your time.

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Show Notes:
HORROR AUDIO BROADCAST: Length – 00:42:03DOWNLOAD MP3
– Topic: The Halloween Collection (Halloween Triple Feature) Review

BillChete & Lady Phantom are extremely proud to be bringing you a Halloween special solely for our horror listeners on the podcast feed. The best holiday of the year for us horror lovers is Halloween (today!) and what better to discuss none other than the Halloween franchise. Specifically covered on this episode is Halloween 6, 7 and 8, which is available on DVD and Blu-ray on one disc entitled “The Halloween Collection” not to be confused with the “Complete Collection” which covers all 10 Halloween movies. Sit back and enjoy us rant as we synopsize and rate The Curse Of Michael Myers, Halloween H20 and finally Halloween Resurrection!

Buy this Bluray at Walmart (our recommendation)AmazonTarget | eBay

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There’s a chill in the air. Leaves are starting to fall. Ghoulish decorations line the streets. Pumpkin spice lattes, monster cereals, autumnal beers, and other seasonal treats are out in full force. There’s no question about it: Halloween is near. This is the best way to kick it off the season with a short scary horror film that captures Halloween’s frightfully fun atmosphere.

ROOT OF ALL EVIL airs on YouTube and right here on HORROR On The Go!

A Halloween party turns deadly for a group of friends who disrespect an ancient tradition.

The short was created for the Providence 48 Hour Film Project, in which participants are given 48 hours to conceive, produce, and hand in a completed short film based on specified requirements. It went on to win Best Film in the competition, along with five other awards: Best Ensemble Cast, Best Costumes, Best Use of Prop, Best Special Effects, and Most Lifelike Severed Body Part.

Root of All Evil is the latest effort written, directed, and scored by Alex DiVincenzo (The Horrors of AutoCorrect, Trouser Snake), who was tasked with creating a short in the “nature horror” genre. Jaquelyn Fabian, Topher Hansson, Jordan Pacheco, Anacaren Delgado, Acei Martin, Allie Marshall, and Jamie Dufault star.

The project is dedicated to Dustin “DuddyInMotion” Pace, an artist and active member of the horror community who passed away earlier this year. He created the poster for Root of All Evil, as he had done for several of DiVincenzo’s other projects.

For more information on Root of All Evil, follow Lockbridge Productions on Facebook.

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