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The Lasting Legacy of ‘Creepshow’ and How it Set the Stage for Horror Anthologies

Shot on location in Pittsburgh and released on November 12, 1982, Creepshow was created as an homage to EC and DC 1950's pulp horror...
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There’s Still No Room in Hell: ‘Dawn of the Dead’ 39 Years Later

“I'm pointing the finger at us, not at the zombies.” - George A. Romero Believe it or not, we just passed the 39th anniversary of...
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Killer Klowns: 30 Years On The Nightmare Merry-Go-Round

I will never forget the night I was first introduced to the Killer Klowns From Outer Space. It was winter, and I must have been...
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Hail to the King: ‘Army of Darkness’ Turns 25!

Despite its minuscule budget and its supposedly grueling 6-week shoot, Sam Raimi's The Evil Dead has reached legendary status since its initial 1983 release in the...
The Serpent And The Rainbow

Don’t Let Them Bury Me- I’m Not Dead! The Serpent And The Rainbow Turns...

Remember that zombie movie Wes Craven made? Don’t feel bad if it didn’t come to you immediately.  Mention the word “zombie” to someone and they’ll...
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25 Years Later, ‘Leprechaun’ is Cinematic Gold

It has been said that Leprechaun is a bad movie. In fact, when the film was released in January of 1993, that opinion appeared...
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“It’s still alive”: Celebrating ‘Cloverfield’ for its 10th Anniversary

The found footage subgenre is, in large part, used effectively on a small scale to tell horrifying stories for a cheaper price. The genre...
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10th Anniversary of ‘Dead Set’ Serves as a Reminder of the Absurdity Known as...

In true horror movie fashion, CBS is bringing Big Brother back for a celebrity edition and a milestone season next summer. The 20th installment of...
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See Christmas Trees Massacre a Town in the Short Film ‘Treevenge’

Much like Halloween, Christmas is a month-long celebration. Now that we're a few days removed from Thanksgiving, the holly jolly holiday season is upon...
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Bride of Boogedy (1987) Turns 30!

Bride of Boogedy was one of the first movies to scare the crap out of me. It premiered on TV as a Sunday night Disney...
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Candyman (1992) turns 25!

It’s hard to believe that Candyman was released 25 years ago this month! From the first time I saw the film, I knew it...
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Revisiting THAT ’28 Weeks Later’ Scene Ten Years Later

It's been 10 years since the release of 28 Weeks Later, and though Juan Carlos Fresnadillo's sequel is, as a whole, inferior to Danny...
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30 Days of Night (2007) Turns 10!

2007 was a really solid year for me: I turned 16 over the summer and, after overcoming crippling anxiety about moving to a new...

Ghostwatch: Celebrating 25 Years Of Sleepless Nights

Cast your minds back to 1992. In the USA, Hurrican Andrew was rattling off the coast of Florida, while elsewhere in the world, the...
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When Titans Clash: ‘Freddy vs. Jason’ Turns 14!

On August 15th, 2003, one of the greatest monster movies was released. Two of horror's titans would finally battle to the death, but I'm...
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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...
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5 Reasons to Revisit ‘Signs’ on its 15th Anniversary

M. Night Shyamalan's film-making career took off faster than anyone could have anticipated, cranking out three straight masterpieces (there, I said it) with The...
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Never Grow Old, Never Die: ‘The Lost Boys’ Turns 30!

When people ask me what my favorite vampire film is, I don't have to hesitate for a second like I do with other sub-genres. The...
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25 Years Later, ‘Death Becomes Her’ is Forever Young

I've always been a loyal film connoisseur thanks to my mom. Although I've seen a countless amount of movies, there are a few special...
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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...