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Cory Chase Wins AVN Fan Award for Favorite Indie Clip Star for Second Consecutive Year

(Los Angeles, CA / January 29, 2020) -- Cory Chase, one of adult’s most popular performers and content creators, took home AVN’s ‘Favorite Indie Clip Star’ Fan Award at the 2020 AVN Awards Show in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The esteemed Fan Award is the star’s second consecutive win in the highly-competitive category, having also earned the trophy in 2019 for her high-quality custom erotic & fetish websites at Clips4Sale.com.
“Thanks so much to AVN and the fans that went to the AVN Stars website every day and voted for me,” said Chase of her award win. “I would also like to thank Neil from Clips4Sale for giving me the platform to become AVN’s Top Indie Clip Star.
“If not for the Clips4sale.com website, we would still be working traditional jobs! We have to give Neil some love - he is always there whenever we have a question or concern, and provides an immediate response. We could not be happier with our service… Neil and the site are definitely a huge part of our success.”
Cory’s specialty clips - highlighting not only the MILF superstar’s superior talents and appeal, but also her quality caliber of co-stars, sets, costumes and locations - have become top sellers with fans since she launched her content production career in 2007 with sizzling sites such as JerkyWives.comCoryChaseCustoms.com and CorySmash.com.
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New Jersey-born adult performer, glamour model, cam girl and clip star Cory Chase began her modeling career back in 2001 to supplement her income while attending college, honing her skills and perfecting her posing and signature look. In 2007 Cory joined Clips4Sale.com and began producing her own video content while shooting for several adult companies in South Florida, including Brazzers, Amateur Alliance, Digital Sin, Reality Kings Evil Angel and more. 
As Cory continued to grow her clips stores and build a solid fan base, many of her followers began to request custom videos at a premium price. Thus, CoryChaseCustoms.com was born. Cory could shoot custom videos with her husband Luke Longly at the request of her clients and then post the same videos on her various clips sites.
Today, by popular demand, Cory is a top draw as a live cam performer at OnlyFans.com, where she spends hours each day offering her services from the comfort of her own home. “This is the most rewarding of all of my performances,” says Cory. “Working with your fans, feeding off their energy in real-time and making them happy - it’s the best feeling in the world.”


Horror Crush: Shevonne Durkin

It feels like it has been forever since I have done a Horror Crush induction, but fear not for it is time once again! This time around I am inducting the beautiful and underrated (but not by her fans!), Shevonne Durkin!
Durkin was born August 21, 1969 in Canta Clara County, Cal. She began acting when she appeared on The Wonder Years. But, since I never really watched that show, I know her first, and, honestly, only, from her horror work.
Her first horror flick was Ghost in the Machine (1993). This really stupid movie tells the tale of some serial killer who dies and develops the power to go inside computers and anything connected to their grids. I honestly don't remember much about this crapfest, beyond it being really fucking bad and wasting the talent of Karen of Allen. But, honestly the most memorable thing about it is the lovely Ms. Durkin.
She plays a babysitter and gets electrocuted by the title ghost. I recall watching this flick and being floored by how hot she looked, especially in those daisy-duke shorts! That image was burned into my teenage brain. But, after she bites the dust, there was little to keep my interest in this dumb flick. But, hey, she sure did look gorgeous!

The next horror flick she did is, arguably slightly better but is still a wretched piece of shit, in its own right. This movie also might be, by default, be her most popular genre film (it is certainly her biggest role in the genre): Leprechaun 2 (1994). In it, she plays Bridget, who thanks to an old curse is the bride that the Leprechaun (Warwick Davis) is looking for. Honestly, this movie is dumb as a dried up turd, but it is an improvement over the godawful first film. Of course, considering what a worthless shit that movie was, it ain't saying much.
Honestly, it is Durkin who saves this film from being utter garbage. She is very likable and looks so beautiful in it! At, least this make it very understandable why the Leprechaun has the hots for her.
I remember seeing the trailers for this crap, as a teen. And, while it looked godawful, I kinda wanted to see it. Well, I really only wanted to see it for her. But, due to my complete hatred of the first film, I opted not to for many years. Until, I finally saw it on SyFy, and yeah I was right in all of my suspicions of her being the only good thing in it.

Her last genre film is the sci-fi/ horror/ comedy Tammy and the T-Rex (1994). This wild movie is about Tammy (the lovely Denise Richards in her first movie), a perky cheerleader whose boyfriend Michael (Paul Walker in his first flick) gets left to die in a lion's den by her whacked-out and stalkery ex, Billy and his gang. Michael's brain gets transferred to a robot T-Rex by a mad scientist (Terry Kiser of Weekend at Bernies 1&2 and Friday thte 13th Part VII: The New Blood). Now a robot dino, Michael goes off to exact bloody revenge and get with his girl again. While, Tammy helps him find a new, human (and, of course, dead) body. I only saw this a few days ago on Vinegar Syndrome's gore drenched R-rated cut (the movie was only seen PG-13 before). Dumb, bloody, funny, sexy, and fun, it is a total blast to watch and the Blu-ray is excellent!
Our gorgeous blonde plays a female member of the gang who has the hots for psycho Billy. I honest, to God, think Durkin is the hottest girl in the movie, which is saying quite a bit. She is really sexy in it, but isn't given much to do. Yet, she manages to be memorable in the small role. Her looks certainly blew me away from the first moment she appears onscreen!
And, that is it as far as the genre credits for her goes. Her last credit was in 2014 for a movie called Spemicide, which is a great title, by the way! Maybe she is retired, but I do hope she decides to do horror conventions someday. While, she appeared in some shitty horror movies (save for Tammy and the T-Rex which rocks!), she was always great in them. In fact, in the worst of them, she was the most memorable aspect. For that reason and for being a teen and beyond crush, Shevonne Durkin is an official induct into this site's Horror Crushes!


Annihilator- Ballistic, Sadistic (Album Review)

Musician:  Annihilator
Album Title: Ballistic, Sadistic
Genre/ Subgenre: Thrash Metal
Label: Silver Lining Music
Release Date: January 24, 2020

Canadian thrash metal legends Annihilator are back with their seventeenth studio album, Sadistic, Ballistic. And, this is an album that will remind you (in case you fucking needed a reminder) why they are and remain one of the masters of the genre.

The album is ferocious and technically jaw dropping, and shreds from start to finish. As such, it stands as further proof that founding guitarist/ vocalist Jeff Waters (who also produced, engineered, and mixed the album) is one of the very best guitarists thrashing it out there. Each listening has you discovering something else to like about it, making it an album that only gets better and better with each spin. The production sounds great with punched up riffs and clear sounding vocals. The lyrics, cover, and videos all feel very well timed and fitting for the world in which we currently live in.

The disc opens with the pounding and crushing "Armed to the Teeth", which actually states the album's title in the absolutely badass chorus. Speaking of choruses, "Psycho Ward" is got the type of catchy chorus that you will find yourself signing along to. The song, itself, recalls the most fun and coolest thrash songs of the 80's with its shredtastic guitar work. Meanwhile,i f you are the mood for a pummeling and driving track then look no further than the awesome "Dressed Up for Evil". This song also has some really cool lyrics about a millionaire asshole. The album ends with the full blast speed of "The End of the Lie".

All of these aspects combine to deliver what is unquestionably Annihilator's best album in years. It will clearly rank as one of the best thrash releases of 2020 and might end up taking the top spot in that category. In short, Ballistic, Sadistic is without a shadow of a doubt, the first, absolute must have album of 2020!

4.5 out of 5


Shudder: February 2020 U.S. Highlights

Good thing 2020 is a leap year, since you’ll need to find room to stream all the amazing movies, series and podcasts we’re serving up this month: new episodes of supernatural mythic adventure series, THE DEAD LANDS; must-see Shudder original/exclusive movies Rob Zombie’s 3 FROM HELL, Fantastic Fest Best Picture winner DOG’S DON’T WEAR PANTS, and dystopian fantasy JENNIFER FOREVER; our “Love Sick” collection in time for Valentine’s Day; a new podcast, HORROR NOIRE: UNCUT, featuring extended interviews from last year’s acclaimed documentary; and new favorites in the collection from filmmakers including Tom Holland, John Carpenter, Wes Craven, Brian Yuzna, Neil Marshall and Larry Fessenden, and so much more. 
titles also available on Shudder Canada and Shudder UK as noted


THE DEAD LANDS — New Episodes Thursdays through March 5
A supernatural adventure set in a mythic Māori past, with an aesthetic that’s part Ash vs Evil Dead and part Xena: Warrior PrincessThe Dead Lands features a disgraced warrior, Waka Nuku Rau (Te Kohe Tuhaka), who’s sent back to the world of the living to redeem his sins. But the world Waka returns to is ravaged by a breach between Life and the Afterlife as the spirits of the newly dead now stalk the land and hunt the living. 

Waka encounters a determined young woman, Mehe (Darneen Christian), who becomes both his protégé and moral compass. Together, they navigate tribal politics, the unsettled ghosts of Ancestors and other forces both natural and supernatural, on a quest to discover who "broke the world" and how to repair it—if it’s not too late. Also available on Shudder Canada and Shudder UK. An AMC Networks’ Shudder and TVNZ production. TRAILER: https://youtu.be/NhkxVN4uQX4 


BLISS (premieres Thursday, 1/30)
A brilliant painter facing the worst creative block of her life turns to anything she can to complete her masterpiece, spiraling into a hallucinatory hellscape of drugs, sex, and murder in the sleazy underbelly of Los Angeles. A SHUDDER EXCLUSIVE. Starring Dora Madison, Tru Collins, Jeremy Gardner and Rhys Wakefield, directed by Joe Begos. (Also available on Shudder Canada and Shudder UK) Trailer: https://youtu.be/OI8fjr4Va7Q 

DOGS DON’T WEAR PANTS (premieres Thursday, 2/6)
Best Picture Winner – Fantastic Fest and Sitges International Film Festivals
Juha develops an unexpected but powerful connection with a dominatrix named Mona, following a tragic event in his life that has left him emotionally paralyzed. Uncovering his dangerous addiction to suffocation, Mona leads them both down wild, violent path towards emotional enlightenment. Dogs Don’t Wear Pants is a darkly humorous story of loss, love and the sweet pain of being. A SHUDDER ORIGINAL Starring Pekka Strang (Tom of Finland) & Krista Kosonen (Blade Runner 2049), directed by J-P Valkeapää. A SHUDDER ORIGINAL (Also available on Shudder Canada)  Trailer: https://youtu.be/2K5sRggO8Qo 

3 FROM HELL (premieres Thursday, 2/13)
After barely surviving a furious shootout with the police, Baby Firefly, Otis Driftwood and Captain Spaulding are behind bars. But pure evil cannot be contained. Teaming up with Otis’ half-brother Wilson, the demented Firefly clan are back to unleash a whole new wave of death and depravity in this long-awaited sequel to Zombie’s cult hits House of 1000 Corpses (2003) and The Devil’s Rejects (2005).  A SHUDDER EXCLUSIVE. Starring Sheri Moon Zombie (Lords of Salem), Bill Moseley (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2), Sid Haig (Bone Tomahawk), Richard Brake (Mandy), Dee Wallace (The Howling) and Danny Trejo (From Dusk Till Dawn), directed by Rob Zombie. (Also available on Shudder Canada) Trailer: https://youtu.be/ojBYXLSpiS0 

JESSICA FOREVER (premieres Thursday, 2/20)
In a visually arresting and inventive dystopian future where violent misfits reign supreme, one woman and her makeshift family of rehabilitated marauders fight for peace.  A SHUDDER ORIGINAL. Starring Aomi Muyock, Sebastian Urzendowsky, Augustin Raguenet and Lukas Ionesco, directed by Caroline Poggi and Jonathan Vinel. (Also available on Shudder Canada and Shudder UK)  Trailer: https://youtu.be/xBF6CZGIgeo 


HORROR NOIRE: UNCUT — premieres Friday, February 7
Following last year’s popular Eli Roth’s History of Horror: Uncut podcast, Shudder will once again be offering full conversations from genre icons in podcast form, this time featuring interviews from last year’s acclaimed original documentary, Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror. The six episode series will feature original Candyman Tony Todd; a conversation between Blacula director William Crain and Tales from the Hood actor Paula Jai Parker; a conversation between the duo of actors Ken Foree (Dawn of the Dead) and Keith David (The Thing); author and educator Tananarive Due (My Soul to Keep); Horror Noire: Blacks in American Horror Films from the 1890s to Present author and educator Dr. Robin R. Means Coleman; and The Craft’s Rachel True. The podcast is hosted by Horror Noire producer/co-writer Ashlee Blackwell

All episodes of Horror Noire: Uncut will be made available on Shudder on Friday, February 7, exclusively for its members. Episode 1, featuring Horror Noire producer/co-writer Ashlee Blackwell’s conversation with Tony Todd, will be made available on the same day to non-members on Apple Podcasts and other platforms, where subsequent episodes will be released twice-weekly on Mondays and Fridays. (Also available on Shudder Canada and Shudder UK)


LOVE SICK — available 2/1
There's a thin line between love and terror. Cross it on Valentine’s Day (or any day) with this lovingly curated selection of movies and series that delight in the darker side of desire. 

Featuring the Shudder Exclusives Dogs Don’t Wear Pants (starting 2/6), Lizzie and Beast, plus My Bloody Valentine (1981), AuditionThe Love WitchSpringGanja & HessDouble LoverNovemberAre We Not CatsHoneymoonLittle DeathsKiss of the DamnedReturn of the Living Dead III, Night of the Living Debs and the series A Discovery of Witches, along with Prom Night and Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II starting 2/10. (Select titles also available on Shudder Canada and Shudder UK.)


February 1
Child’s Play (Director: Tom Holland)
When serial killer Charles Lee Ray is mortally wounded in a police shoot-out, he uses a voodoo spell to transfer his soul into Chucky, a "Good Guys" doll. Young Andy receives the doll as a birthday gift, and Chucky soon resumes his killing spree. However, Charles doesn't want to be trapped in the body of a doll forever. His only escape would be to transfer into the first human he revealed his true identity to... which places Andy in mortal danger. Starring: Alex Vincent, Brad Dourif, Catherine Hicks, Chris Sarandon, Dinah Manoff (Also available on Shudder Canada)

Escape from New York(Director: John Carpenter)
In a bleak, alternate future, Manhattan Island has become the nation’s only maximum security prison. When Air Force One crash lands in the prison, the government sends in a disposable hero—Snake Plissken, outlaw and combat veteran—to get him out. Starring: Kurt Russell, Lee Van Cleef, Ernest Borgnine, Donald Pleasence, Isaac Hayes

The Fog (Director: John Carpenter)
The ghosts of shipwrecked sailors return to get revenge on a seaside village on the 100-year anniversary of their deaths at the hands of the town’s founders. John Carpenter’s fearsome follow-up to HALLOWEEN proved the horror master’s success was no mere fluke. Starring: Adrienne Barbeau, Jamie Lee Curtis, Janet Leigh, John Houseman

My Bloody Valentine (Director: Patrick Lussier)
Wearing a miner's mask and armed with a pickaxe, an unstoppable killer is on the loose. Ten years ago in the town of Harmony, an inexperienced coal miner caused an accident that trapped and killed five men and sent the only survivor, Harry Warden, into a permanent coma. But Harry Warden wanted revenge. Exactly one year later, on Valentine's Day, he woke up...and brutally murdered twenty-two people with a pickaxe before being killed. Now, after years of peace, something from Harmony's dark past is back. Harry Warden may have returned. Starring: Jensen Ackles, Jaime King, Kerr Smith, Kevin Tighe

Night of the Comet (Director: Thom Eberhardt)
A huge comet passes near the earth, vaporizing nearly the whole planet. Only a few teenagers inside a steel movie projection booth survive as all those outside are turned to dust. But a few partially exposed people are now hideous, blood-thirsty zombies--and they begin a deadly hunt for the last remaining humans. Starring: Catherine Mary Stewart, Geoffrey Lewis, Kelly Maroney, Mary Woronov, Robert Beltran (Also available on Shudder Canada)

February 3
Like Me (Director: Robert Mockler)
A masked YouTuber draws fame, followers and a few vocal haters from her increasingly dangerous videos. This trippy, "wonderfully twisted" (per IndieWire) SXSW selection features an alienated Addison Timlin (Little Sister) and a morally dubious Larry Fessenden (The Dead Don’t Die) as unlikely companions on a drug-fueled, neon road trip that goes where you least expect it.  Starring: Addison Timlin, Larry Fessenden, Ian Nelson (Also available on Shudder Canada)

The Whistler (Director: Jennifer Nicole Stang) — short
Lindsey is put in charge of babysitting her younger sister Becky one night while their parents go out to dinner. Becky asks for  a bedtime story and picks out a book called “The Whistler,” the story of a man who leads children to a magical place in the woods where they never have to grow up. Lindsey tells Becky that the real story is about a crazy man who lived in the town some hundred years ago who led children to their death. Unimpressed, Becky goes to bed but when Lindsey awakes, her sister is gone and she must search the woods to find her…
Starring: Karis Cameron, Baya Ipatowicz, Nelson Leis, Alison Wandzura, John Emmet Tracy, Ava Sleeth (Also available on Shudder Canada and Shudder UK)

February 6
Dogs Don’t Wear Pants (see above for details)

February 10
Catcalls (Director: Kate Dolan) — short
A man cruises around late at night looking for something. He pulls in to ask two young girls for directions - only to flash them to get a cheap thrill. Unfortunately, he has picked the wrong girls. They are also out hunting tonight and they will stop at nothing to get their kill. Starring: Martin O’Sullivan, Edel Murphy, Francesca Saunder, Sarah Kinlen (Also available on Shudder Canada and Shudder UK)

The Golden Glove (Director: Fatih Akin)
Based on the best-selling novel of the same name, acclaimed filmmaker Fatih Akin (Head-OnThe Edge of HeavenIn The Fade) delivers the gruesome tale of notorious German serial killer Fritz Honka as he haunts Hamburg’s red light district in the 1970s, frequenting his favorite bar of boozy castaways, the “Golden Glove,” and chasing after any lonely woman he might just be able to lure into his attic. Starring: Jonas Dassler, Margarethe Tiesel, Hark Bohm (Also available on Shudder Canada)

The Hills Have Eyes (Director: Wes Craven)
In Wes Craven's cult horror hit, a family on vacation are attacked by mutant killers in the desert. After the success of Last House on the Left, Craven served up another terrifying tale of family survival with a still-relevant Vietnam-era moral question at its core: which family deserves to live? The normal American family? Or the inbred cannibals damaged by nuclear testing designed to keep "upstanding" families safe? Starring: Suzie Lanier-Bramlett, Robert Houston, John Steadman (Also available on Shudder Canada and Shudder UK)

Prom Night (Director: Paul Lynch)
For six long years, Hamilton High School seniors Kelly, Jude, Wendy and Nick have been hiding the truth of what happened to 10-year-old Robin Hammond the day her broken body was discovered near an old, abandoned convent. They kept secret how they taunted Robin, backed her into a corner until, frightened, she stood on a window ledge and fell to her death. Fearing they’d be held responsible, they vowed never to tell. However, someone else was there that day and now, is ready to exact their revenge – on prom night. Starring: Jamie Lee Curtis, Leslie Nielsen, Casey Stevens (Also available on Shudder Canada)

Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II (Director: Bruce Pittman)
In this supernatural sequel to the slasher classic PROM NIGHT, sexually voracious bad girl Mary Lou Maloney is burned alive after winning prom queen in 1957. 30 years later, her spirit returns to possess Vicki, a cheerleader who’s been chafing under her parents’ repressive rules. Mom and Dad soon get an eyeful after Vicki starts acting out, but Mary Lou is more focused on revenge on the man who caused her early exit from Earth, who’s now the school principal. A fun and frothy mashup of A Nightmare on Elm Street and CarrieProm Night II is an essential entry in the ‘80s slasher-sequel canon. Starring: Lisa Schrage, Michael Ironside, Wendy Lyon (Also available on Shudder Canada)

February 13
3 from Hell (see above for details)

February 17
Blanketty (Director: Clara Mamet) — short
A woman attempts to exploit the human experience to use as a dataset for a program that will generate an infinite number of scenarios through machine learning. Unfortunately, as the computer continues to fail, the people contributing to the dataset start running out of ideas.
Starring: Toks Olagundoye, Joshua Burge, Amy Okuda, John Pirruccello, Hermie Castillo (Also available on Shudder Canada and Shudder UK)

Seoul Station (Director: Yeon Sang-ho)
In this chilling animated prequel to the Korean horror smash Train To Busan, a zombie outbreak spreads amongst homeless people in the area surrounding Seoul Station. At the same exact moment the chaos begins, a worried father arrives in the district hoping to track down his runaway daughter. But the odds are not in their favor, because as any fan of zombie cinema knows, the real bad guys are never the undead, but selfish monsters of the flesh-and-blood variety. Borrowing from George Romero’s playbook, director Yeon Sang-ho makes insightful connections between zombies and the castoffs of Korean society. Starring: Joon Lee, Eun-kyung Shim, Seung-ryong Ryu (Also available on Shudder Canada)

Return of the Living Dead III (Director: Brian Yuzna)
The government is still experimenting with the reanimating chemical Trioxin. When a young man loses his girlfriend in an auto accident, he uses the research to bring her back and helps as she consumes the only thing that will nourish her—human brains. Starring: Kent McCord, James T. Callahan, Sarah Douglas, Melinda Clarke, Abigail Lenz 

February 20
Jessica Forever (see above for details)

February 24
Dog Soldiers (Director: Neil Marshall)
A group of soldiers dispatched to the Scottish Highlands on special training maneuvers face their biggest fears after they run into Captain Ryan – the only survivor of a Special Ops team that was literally torn to pieces. Ryan refuses to disclose his mission even though whoever attacked his men might be hungry for seconds. Help arrives in the form of a local girl who shelters them in a deserted farmhouse deep in the forest...but when they realize that they are surrounded by a pack of blood-lusting werewolves, it's apparent their nightmare has just begun. Starring: Kevin McKidd, Sean Pertwee, Emma Cleasby and Liam Cunningham. (Also available on Shudder Canada)

Empathy, Inc. (Director: Yedidya Gorsetman)
An investor in a VR startup discovers that the reality the company provides isn't virtual. Starring: Zack Robidas, Kathy Searle, Eric Berryman, Jay Klaitz (Also available on Shudder Canada)

Wendigo (Director: Larry Fessenden)
A blue Volvo makes its way through the fading light of a chilly winter evening in Upstate New York. Kim, George and their eight-year old son, Miles, are city dwellers stealing a weekend away at a friend’s country farmhouse. But a fluke accident sets off a chain of events that alters their lives forever and conjures up the ferocious spirit of the Wendigo, a Native American myth made manifest in Miles’ imagination. Starring: Patricia Clarkson, Jake Weber, John Speredakos and Eric Per Sullivan (Also available on Shudder Canada)


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