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Stay Home, Watch Horror: 5 Heavy Metal Horror Movies to Stream This Week! – Bloody Disgusting

Heavy metal and horror pair together as well as peanut butter and jelly. It makes sense that the two would find and complement each other, both outcasts of their mediums. Theyre a match made in hell. Continue reading


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The Tom Cruise Lovecraftian Horror Movie We Never Got To See – Looper

Sadly,Universal Studios brass nixed the planned adaptation of "At the Mountains of Madness" not even a day after producer Don Murphy told io9 that it was set to begin filming in June 2011, that Tom Cruise would star, and that the script closely followed the source material. Deadlinedetailed on March 7, 2011 Universal had "been balking over the $150 million budget and R rating on 'At the Mountain[s] of Madness'" for a long time and finally pulled the plug. WithLegendary Pictures at the time moving swiftly on Guillermo del Toro's "Pacific Rim," it was evident that the "At the Mountains of Madness" movie wouldn't come to pass Continue reading


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Netflixs Horror Movie Things Heard And Seen Is Dividing The Internet – ScreenGeek

Its always exciting to see how audiences interpret a newly released movie. And horror movies are perhaps the most divisive of all. Continue reading


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A Filipino cinematographer is behind the powerful images in this thrilling and timely American horror – ANCX

Culture In She Watches From The Woods, writer-director Beau Ballinger takes on a neurosis so fitting for the times America finds itself in: white guilt. Continue reading


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WARMINGTON: In this real-life horror movie, there’s no sports or fun legally allowed – Toronto Sun

Breadcrumb Trail Links Author of the article: Publishing date: In basketball, they would call this foul and send the player to the line for a free throw. But in the weird COVID world, the nets are covered and people are technically not supposed to even go out of their house. Unless you are making a movie. Continue reading


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The Movie Like The Invitation That Horror Fans Need To Watch – Looper

James Ward Byrkit's "Coherence" begins with a simple premise: eight friends are gathered for a dinner party. Two of them, Emily (Emily Baldoni) and Kevin (Maury Sterling), are a couple on shaky ground, and their relationship troubles are compounded by the presence of Kevin's ex-girlfriend Laurie (Lauren Maher) at the event. Despite this tension, the party goes well, and everybody is able to have a good time until a comet passes overhead, and all the power in the neighborhood goes out except for one house Continue reading


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10 Most Terrifying Vacation Horror Movies – WhatCulture

Right now, so many people across the globe are ridiculously eager to hit up their favourite vacation spots. With the world having been largely at a standstill for over a year by this point, a relaxing, idyllic holiday is high on the priority list for most of us Continue reading


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9 Eco-Horror Movies That Will Remind You to Be Nicer to the Earth – Vulture

History has a habit of repeating itself. Continue reading


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The Best Horror Movies of 2021 (So Far) – Thrillist

'The Queen of Black Magic' | Shudder 'The Queen of Black Magic' | Shudder Welcome back! It's our fifth consecutive ongoing "best of horror" annual here at Thrillistcheck out our 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020 entries hereand we're excited you're another run. Horror cinema is tracking to have a banner year in 2021, partly because so many promising genre films got pushed back for pandemic reasons, and also because let's face it: When we're living in scary times, filmmakers make scary films Continue reading


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Take a hike into terror with the Pittsburgh-shot horror film The Boonies – PGH City Paper

click to enlarge Photo: courtesy of Lance Parkin Andreas ORourke (right) and Krista Graham (left) in The Boonies Directed by Lance Parkin, who co-wrote the film with his creative partner Matt Schultz, The Booniesfollows a group of friends who must fight for their lives after crossing paths with a group of flesh-eating killers during a hike in the Appalachian woods. The film was shot in 2019 in the Pittsburgh, Johnstown, and Somerset areas. Parkin, who lives in Millvale and whose past projects include the supernatural comedy web series Theo and the Professor (now available to view for free on Amazon Prime), says The Boonies was inspired by his love 1970s horror, namely Last House on The Left, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, and The Hills Have Eyes Continue reading


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