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Women in Horror Month: Vera Farmiga is Dominating Horror

Women in Horror Month has been absolutely wonderful. Honoring so many females who have brought so much talent, poise, and quality material to the...
Insane Clown Posse

Editorial: How Insane Clown Posse and the Dark Carnival Saved Me

Chances are that you've heard of them: Insane Clown Posse. The words "talentless" and "tasteless," among others, probably come to mind. Everyone is entitled...

25 Years of Horror: My Favorite Horror Films

June 27th is my 25th birthday and I can't help but wonder what kind of special features would be included on my Anniversary Blu-ray...

The Terrifying Poem That Inspired Pumpkinhead!

Who said poetry was a lost art? Since the dawn of film, there have been a countless amount of movies inspired by the words of...
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Why ‘Wes Craven’s New Nightmare’ is the Best Freddy Film

1994 was arguably the greatest year for cinema in the history of the world. The Shawshank Redemption, Pulp Fiction, The Lion King and Forrest...
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TBT: Nostalgia, Snacks and Body Horror Collide for ‘Every 90s Commercial Ever’

Y'all remember the 90's, right? The afternoon lineup on Nickelodeon was bitchin', Capri Suns were all the rage, and inviting your peers for post-school...
Killer Tomatoes

4 ‘Killer Tomatoes’ Movies in 4 Days: a Heroic Journey into Madness

Horror films have given audiences plenty of baddies to be scared of. We've been frightened by vampires, zombies, killer sharks and many others. But...
George A. Romero

Paying Tribute to the Legendary George A. Romero

George A. Romero was born in the New York City borough of The Bronx on February 4, 1940. After graduating Carnegie Mellon University in 1960, Romero went...
The Exorcist

The Exorcist: A Lifelong Lesson in Fear

I was nine years old the first time I watched The Exorcist. Raised primarily on horror films, I’d been conditioned to no longer be...
Bad Movies

Editorial: Why I Love Awesomely Bad Movies

I was maybe 12 years old the first time I ever saw my first low budget sci-fi movie. I don't remember much about it...
Jurassic Park

Jurassic Park and the Greatest Heel/Face Turn in Cinema History

Next month, Steven Spielberg's Jurassic Park turns twenty-four. To celebrate, we're taking a look at the greatest, most underrated hero arc in cinema history....
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When it Came to Hannibal Lecter, Mads Mikkelsen Stood Alone

With the role of Kaecilius in Marvel’s Doctor Strange and the on precipice of Star Wars’ introduction to Galen Erso, it has already been...

Days of the Dead: Linda Blair, Doug Bradley & John A. Russo Discuss Women...

The Days of the Dead Horror Convention was held in Atlanta on Feb. 3rd through the 5th. For three days, horror fans were given...
M. Night Shyamalan

The Rise, Fall, and Redemption of M. Night Shyamalan

M. Night Shyamalan is the poster child for interesting careers. Once poised to become the next legendary filmmaker, the writer/director eventually found himself in...
Dewey Riley

David Arquette’s Dewey Riley is the Unsung Hero of the ‘Scream’ Franchise

Scream is a franchise that paints its women with a strong, independent flourish of kickass brilliance. Sidney Prescott, who is arguably horror's greatest final...

Characters Who Need to Die When ‘The Walking Dead’ Returns

The following article contains spoilers pertaining to season 6 of The Walking Dead, as well as the comic series. Even if you aren't acquainted with...
Snow-Themed Horror Films

Surviving a Blizzard: How Snow-Themed Horror Films Kept me Alive

Oh dear. There were several things I expected from Saturday morning, but this wasn't one of them. I planned to lounge around in my sweatpants...
Bruce Campbell

“Stay Groovy”: Bruce Campbell, It’s Your Birthday

I’ll never forget the day I met Bruce Campbell. He’d been my B-movie hero ever since I first managed to get hold of a...

Films That Would Be Better With Zombies: Rocky V (1990)

Welcome to another edition of Films That Would Be Better With Zombies! Last week we turned James Cameron's Titanic into a zombie flick, and this...
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Celebrating Beast from The Hills Have Eyes (2006) for National Pet Day!

Heroes get remembered, but legends never die. In celebration of National Pet Day, we thought it'd be fitting to discuss perhaps the most legendary...