Die, Monster, Die! (or Monster of Terror) was directed by Daniel Haller in 1965. Loosely based on H.P. Lovecraft’s “The Colour Out of Space”. It was shot at Shepperton Studios Surrey, England under the title “The House at the End Read More!
The Blob, or The Molten Meteor as it is otherwise known, is a 1958 De Luxe color. Paramount Pictures released this film as a double feather with “I Married a Monster from Outer Space.” Directed by Irvin Yeaworth, the film Read More!
Two of my favorite movie studios got together in 1974. Hammer Studios and Shaw Brothers Studio hacked and kicked each other in the face to create one of the greatest cult movies ever. The Legend of the 7Golden Vampires. In Read More!
Person of Interest is an excellent TV drama/new world order/science fiction from CBS. I was hooked from episode one and have progressed to season three. A computer genius Howard Finch (Michael Emerson), who seemingly has no past, hires Mr. Reese Read More!
Cryptic Escape Magazine is always looking for the best in quality science fiction and horror to give to our readers. If you’re a writer who is starving and you need to be published and you feel you have the right Read More!
The Ride of Vincent Vayne Ride into Hell as fast as you can! Then ride out even faster! Grab your bible, sprinkle the holy water, and lock n’ load! The pits of the damned have been opened up as a Read More!
Age of Adventure Before the first age of humanity, there was a lost forgotten age. The continents of today have yet to be carved out by immense glaciers of the Ice Age. It’s a time where human life was worth Read More!
Pantheon The new era of superheroes is upon us. An elite group of meta-powered beings is here whether you are ready for them or not. Mutants, mad scientists, sorcerers, and demi-gods rise to The Pantheon. A group of the most Read More!
Greetings boyz and ghoulz! Join Cryptic Escape this October for a nightly movie of chills, terror, and horror! The classics are resurrected from the grave to haunt your waking hours! Join us from September 28 – November 2 for this Read More!
Bunraku, was written and directed by Guy Moshe (of 2006’s Holly). It’s set in a post-nuclear-war world in which guns have been banned. Banned by who? One of the many unexplained plot holes in the film and are basically left Read More!
Killing Me Darkly Sometimes justice is a jail cell. Sometimes justice is a noose. Other times it’s two bullets to the back of the head. What happens when you know all of your government’s secrets? What happens when every elite Read More!
Bloody Cherry The world ended on October 25, 1962. The world itself became extinct and barren. Nuclear weapons ignited and burned the atmosphere away leaving its cities a ruined necropolis. Humans are no longer top of the food chain. The Read More!
Star Crashed Carson Crash has been thrown far into the future and across the universe into another galaxy. Lost and alone he is forced to befriend aliens, star lords, and demigods in an attempt to return to his own time Read More!
Crossing Jack Cross A private dick is thrown into a world of darkness, eldritch horror, and supernatural intrigue as he tries to unravel the mystery of Noweyr. Around every corner, antediluvian terror stalks the innocent and brave alike. Jack Cross, Read More!
No other movie can be responsible for Western anime fandom than the epic classic Akira. A 1988 film that should have been dated still feels as crisp and awesomely mind-blowing as the first day it was on the silver screen. Read More!