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13 Things We Know About The New IT Remake

I’m sure by now, everyone has seen the new IT trailer, and if you’re like me, you’re freaking pumped up. Granted, the trailer has some issues, and made the film almost look like it’s going to be another run-of-the-mill Hollywood jump fest. Still, I don’t think that’s going to be the case, and is just another instance of Hollywood being typical …

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About to Be a House-Hale-d Name

John Carpenter. Wes Craven. Alfred Hitchcock. A few names with one thing in common: these are some of the most famous horror filmmakers in history. Time and time again, these men have redefined the horror genre, and left their signature on Hollywood. Starting in August, John Hale will attempt to do just that, and build a legacy in the process. …

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Stranger Things

***this article will contain spoilers regarding the Netflix original series Stranger Things*** On July 15, 2016, Netflix, The Duffer Brothers, and Shawn Levy, made streaming history with Stranger Things, a science fiction show set in 1983. The series is 8 episode “chapters”, and focuses on the lives and events surrounding a disappearance of a young boy (named Will Byers) in an Indiana …

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Parallels: Annabelle vs. Rosemary’s Baby

I decided to watch Annabelle because it was supposedly a prequel to The Conjuring, and with The Conjuring 2 coming out in theaters, I felt myself growing a bit obsessive and decided that I wanted to see everything to do with these brilliant films. Even if they didn’t get good reviews. I’ll admit, I wasn’t too impressed with Annabelle, with one exception: I …

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Exhumed: Zackula Von Nasty

Back in 2008 when I stumbled upon the horrorpunk scene, I realized that I had discovered something truly great. Bands (and members of bands) like Blitzkid and Dragnun took this confused 20 something year old girl who had for all intents and purposes been labeled a “freak” by society just for liking dead things, under their wing. The years passed …

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Subtle Romance in Horror Films

The famous dinner scene from the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre

Valentine’s Day is now past us, but that doesn’t matter: it’s still the most romantic month out of the year! Plus, I feel like it’s time we take a look at certain horror flicks in a little bit of a different light, and that’s exactly what I’m going to do in this post. Below, you’ll find two movies I’ve found, which I …

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8 Holiday Horror Gifts in the Nick of Time

Hacky Horrordays, Talkhorror fans! Whether it’s Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, the Winter Solstice, or some other dark custom which you choose to hide away, it’s a good bet that if you’re here, you have something a little creepier than the typical sweater-and-coffee-mug combo on your December wishlist. But by now it’s too late to get anything truly exquisite… or is it? …

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