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Must-see horror movies this summer, from ‘Brightburn’ to …

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20 Funniest Things About Horror Movies That Make No Sense

October is upon us, which means that Horror Movie Season is officially here. Continue reading


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Horror Movie Podcast | Reviewing the Hell Out of Horror Movies

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Happy new year! 2019 is here, and so is our most anticipated Horror Movie Podcast episode of the year:THETOP 10 HORROR MOVIES OF 2018! InEpisode 165, your faithful hosts bring you nine lists to help us assess the Horror Cinema of 2018. In addition to our Top 10 Horror Movies of 2018, we bring you our Honorable Mentions, our Guilty Pleasure Horror Movie of 2018, our Biggest Disappointments of 2018, theMost Overrated Horror Movies of 2018, ourPersonalLeast FavoriteHorror Movie Experience of 2018, our best PSAs (or Non-Horror Films That Might Interest Horror Fans), our Top 10 Horror Scenes of 2018, and a sneak peek of our Most AnticipatedHorror Films of 2019. Continue reading


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‘The Curse of La Llorona’ horror movie is a box-office hit …

“The Curse of La Llorona” is the latest horror movie in the “Conjuring” franchise to exceed expectations in its debut at the box office. The movie, from first-time feature-film director Michael Chaves and starring Linda Cardellini, grossed $26.5 million over the weekend, far more than initial projections. Continue reading


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Body at Brighton Rock Review: A Survival Movie with a …

At a time when so many low-budget indies seem resigned to streaming, Roxanne Benjamins fun and forgettable Body at Brighton Rock feels ready-made for a Friday night on your couch. Its a total slumber party of a movie, told with plenty of skill, even more potential, and an utter lack of preciousness from its delightful opening moments to its enjoyable shrug of a last-minute twist.A large part of that appeal is owed to the throwback vibe of a movie that eschews straightforward nostalgia in favor of a subdermal longing for a more innocent time. Benjamin is a rising star with deep roots in the horror world (previous credits include producing V/H/S and directing segments in anthology offerings Southbound and XX), but even her bright future is tied to the past (upcoming projects include a remake of the 1984 cult classic Night of the Comet). Continue reading


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Terror TV: 5 horror films that would make great television

The FacultyCourtesy of Dimension Films While several horror remakes and reboots are quite great in their own right, there are many benefits to exploring material on television networks or streaming platforms. Our list includes five films, reasons we think theyd work well on TV and some potential ideas for their long-term success. Continue reading


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Why People Read Wikipedia Pages for Horror Movies

No thank you. Photo: Claudette Barius/Universal Studios In the weeks leading up to the release of Us, Jordan Peeles much-anticipated follow-up to Get Out, I checked its Wikipedia page daily for the plot summary. When it finally switched over from a few vague teaser sentences to a full play-by-play, I read it excitedly, thought damn, that sounds scary, and closed out of the tab with zero plans to ever see it for myself. Continue reading


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‘Us’: Jordan Peele switches horror spotlight to a black family

Lupita Nyong’o and Winston Duke star in Jordan Peele’s horror film “Us,” about a family facing invaders during a summer getaway. Continue reading


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1980s horror movie poster logos and typography.

Lettering and typography from the pre-Trajan era HE KNOWS YOURE ALONE (1980) AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON (1981) THE FURY OF THE SUCCUBUS (1982) THE HOUSE ON SORORITY ROW (1983) HOUSE BY THE CEMETERY (1984) A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET (1984) This is not from a poster; its the on-screen title of the movie. Continue reading


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Aquaman Spinoff Horror Movie The Trench Is In Development

Warner Bros. is working on a “horror-tinged”Aquaman spinoff movie,The Trench Continue reading


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