Friday the 13th: The New Blood

Happy 29th: What Rocks about ‘The New Blood’

Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood rose from the icy depths of Crystal Lake twenty-nine years ago today to give us perhaps...
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Campfire Tales (1997) Wanting S’more Tales 20 Years Later

Over the years, we've heard, read, and seen countless variations of specific urban legends. One of my favorite depictions of those popular stories ever...
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Black Sunday: Mario Bava’s Timeless Occult Classic

Once every hundred years... the undead demons of Hell terrorize the world in an orgy of stark horror! So proclaimed one of the posters for...

When You Can’t Breathe, You Can’t Scream: Anaconda (1997) Turns 20!

“Is it just me or does the jungle make you really, really horny?” Long before Samuel L. Jackson grew tired of those mother fucking snakes...
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Horror In Obscura: Godzilla 1985

Godzilla awoke from a nine year slumber in 1984 for a film that would result in the birth of a revived franchise that would...

“If the Apocalypse Comes: Beep Me” Buffy the Vampire Slayer Turns 20!

"In every generation, there is a Slayer," or two if you consider the 1992 film version of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. We won't be going too much...
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Welcome Back to Hell: The Spawn Movie Turns 20

Who here remembers an era before Marvel pulled it’s thumb out and started to make awesome movie adaptations of its comic book properties? It’s...
Dream Warriors Feature

Ranking Freddy’s Kills in ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors’

A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors is regarded as the second greatest film in the NOES series, after the original. The film gave...

Celebrating CJ: Dawn of the Dead’s Tale of Redemption

The first words out of CJ’s mouth after the elevator doors parted to expose Michael Kelly flanked by a pair of his security guard...
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17 Years Later, ‘American Psycho’ Remains Utterly Insane

As Women in Horror Month continues, we're taking a look at Mary Harron's fan-favorite American Psycho! With a screenplay based on Bret Easton Ellis'...

Sissy Spacek & Piper Laurie Shine in Stephen King’s Carrie (1976)

As a woman myself, I always try to celebrate other women and their accomplishments every single day of the year. However, Women in Horror...

Re-gifting an Interview with Jason for Arsenio Hall’s Birthday

Arsenio Hall was the voice of Winston Zeddmore on "The Real Ghostbusters" and starred alongside Eddie Murphy in classics like Coming to America and...
The Running Man

The Running Man Turns 30: Revisiting America’s Deadliest Game Show

The Running Man, Paul Michael Glaser's adaptation of the Richard Bachman (Stephen King) novel, turns 30 years old this year! To honor this iconic...

Tremors at 27: Thank You for Burt Gummer

Horror, like comedy, is about extremes, and when the two are combined in proper proportion, it can leave an indelible mark. Nearly three decades...

Romero’s Zombie Movies Ranked, From Worst to Best

The Godfather of the modern zombie flick, George A. Romero, took the semi-mythical creature from Haitian folklore (check out the novel of the same name upon which...

Troma’s ‘Terror Firmer’ is Still Cheesier Than Ever 18 Years Later

Unlike some of the horror community, I haven't seen all of the Troma films. To be honest, they were something I never thought I...
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‘Hostel’ Still Defines the Torture Porn Sub-genre 11 Years Later

In the early 2000's, Eli Roth came into the horror scene as a director and gave us the now cult classic Cabin Fever. Riding...
The Mothman Prophecies

The Mothman Prophecies: Revisiting the Legend Fifteen Years Later

The Mothman Prophecies can easily be defined as one of the eeriest, most unsettling, and even mind-bending films to date. The film first hit theaters...
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Revisiting ‘Vanilla Sky’ 15 Years Later

When the ahead-of-its-time film Vanilla Sky was initially released, people didn't really know what to make of it. After all, on paper, it certainly seemed...
Thinner

Stephen King’s Thinner (1996) is Still Bone-Chilling 20 Years Later

I've always been a fan of Stephen King, both novels and movie adaptations. I grew up with the popular ones such as Carrie, The...