“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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History of ‘Halloween’: Halloween H20 – The Revenge of Laurie Strode

Welcome again to our history of Halloween series! In this fourth article, we'll be discussing what would have been the perfect closing chapter of...
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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...

Seven (1995): ‘What’s in the Box?’ Is Now of U.S. Legal Drinking Age!

Boy, are we a lucky audience when David Fincher decided to step behind the camera as director for the first time. Okay, maybe not...
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Day of the Dead: Remembering George A. Romero’s Darkest Day 32 Years Later

George A. Romero was a genius. If you're reading this article, there's no denying that his vast influence on the genre he helped revolutionize...

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...

History of ‘Halloween’: The Return, The Revenge, & The Curse (Pt 3)

Welcome back to our History of Halloween series! In the previous two weeks, we've discussed the first three films of the franchise, and this week...
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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...

The Practical Effects of of Rob Bottin: The Thing (1982)

The early twitches of life in Frankenstein's monster in 1931; Leatherface's smashing of Kirk's skull in 1974; Jason Voorhees dragging Alice into the depths...

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...

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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Creature Feature ‘Eight Legged Freaks’ Turns 15

The itsy-bitsy spider crawled up the water spout... Actually, despite that recurring musical motif throughout Eight-Legged Freaks, the spiders here are anything but tiny, to say the...
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‘Friday the 13th Part III’ Turns 35!

Since the launch of Friday the 13th: The Game, the Friday the 13th franchise has had a major revival. The series has always been...

60+ Years of Godzilla: The Millennium Films

Part one of our Godzilla retrospective can be read HERE. Part two of our Godzilla retrospective can be read HERE. After TriStar had tried their...
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Leprechaun 4: In Space (1997) – From Zero to Hero

Leprechaun 4: In Space, Brian Trenchard-Smith's direct-to-video sequel, is nothing short of brilliant filmmaking - though you'd be fooled if you searched the film...
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Japanese Gems: Attack of the Super Monsters

Attack of the Super Monsters isn't a Godzilla movie. It isn't a Gamera movie. Hell, it isn't even an Ultraman movie. So what in...
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Revisiting the Iconic Slasher ‘Sleepaway Camp’ 33 Years Later!

Ah, Sleepaway Camp. If you are a certain age, the very title brings up all sorts of mental images, horrific and otherwise. More than...
Halloween: Resurrection

60 Thoughts I had While Watching ‘Halloween: Resurrection’

Welcome to the final installment of our history of 'Halloween' series! In this article, we're covering Halloween: Resurrection, the final film of the original Halloween franchise....

The Ring is Still the Scariest Foreign Horror Remake 14 Years Later

Imagine you’re ten years old. You’re staying at a friend’s house for her birthday and it’s getting late. Her older sister tells you that...

Lovely Molly (2011): An Unsung Masterpiece

Some movies just don't get the love they deserve. Such is the case with 2011's Lovely Molly. This is a film that you likely haven't seen, unfortunately....