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Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981)

The highly anticipated sequel in the classic horror franchise follows the story of a group of teenage counselors that have decided to reopen Camp Crystal Lake. One night, while all the counselors are gathered by a campfire, head counselor, Paul, recants the legend of Jason Voorhees, a mentally ill boy that once drowned at the camp, whose mother, Pamela Voorhees, murdered counselors …

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Friday the 13th (2009)

Clay (Jared Padalecki) is on the hunt for his sister that went missing while camping in the woods surrounding Crystal Lake. Now, Clay is on the hunt for his sister, scouring the woods around Crystal Lake. While on the hunt, Clay runs into a group of college kids that are partying in a cabin deep in the woods of Crystal Lake. Unbeknownst …

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10 Cloverfield Lane Review

I've mentioned before that I'm more of the slasher-flick type of girl. I've actually gotten scared by suspense movies in the past as well. What I haven't gotten into, however, is monster movies. I like your typical classics like Frankenstein, Swamp Thing, The Mummy, Nosferatu, et cetera, et cetera... But modern day monsters leave something to be desired. I never …

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Evans City Cemetery

It kinda goes without saying that I better have a valid point to make whenever I start out an article written specifically for a horror site with a Family Feud reference, but I swear I do, just stay with me on this. I had the opportunity to visit a place that was grounds for the opening scene in a pretty …

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Allegheny Cemetery

If you were to ask the right friends to describe me, they might say that I’m odd and slightly old-fashioned. I like strange things, and part of these strange things happen to include cemetery crawls and the fact that I find beauty in the decrepit. You want to save 15% or more on car insurance? Switch to Geico, it’s what …

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Pocahontas Cemetery

Nestled along the winding, mountainous roads of Tazewell County, Virginia, is the Pocahontas Cemetery. The establishment of the Pocahontas Cemetery can be linked to a mine disaster on March 13, 1884, where an estimated 114 miners and children were killed. There has been some speculation that there were more bodies, because it was not uncommon for miners to bring their …

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The Witch 2016 – Mini Review

Rarely does a horror movie enthusiast wander into a movie theater with high hopes and her rosary. Yet here I was anxious, excited, and nervous for my day date with The Witch. It is eerie, sexual, and absorbing. Not scary nor terrible. It is in short an authentic representation of a Puritan family exiled for conflicted religious beliefs. A father …

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Dead End (2003) Review

If you're more than just a casual fan of horror films, you understand that the films you see won't always kick your ass with originality. Sometimes it's about taking a chance on something that looks familiar, but contains elements that give you confidence that perhaps it can overcome the feeling that you've heard a variation on this story before. Sure, …

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Crimson Peak (2015) Review

Reviewed By: Hollie Donaldson The film Crimson Peak, directed and produced by Guillermo del Toro, was released October 16, 2015. I've just recently watched this film and thoroughly enjoyed it. It's a classic story of a young woman that falls in love with a man and moves to London during the gothic Victorian Era. Even though that kind/ genre of …

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Is Jennifer Tilly Coming Back For Chucky 7?

First of all, please forgive us for referring to what should be titled Child’s Play 7, as Chucky 7, but that’s what the project is labeled as on iMDB, so who knows… Either way, it looks like Jennifer Tilly is returning for the latest installment into the Child’s Play franchise. Don Mancini has been working diligently on the script for the film, …

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The Strangers 2 May Be Cancelled

Son of a bitch! Back in December of 2015, it was announced the The Strangers 2 was going to be moving forward, and Relativity Media even gave us a release date: December 2nd, 2016. This would give them only a year to find a director, gather cast and crew, and get the film on store shelves. Being a fan of the …

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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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Friday the 13th game: interview with the developers!

Hey TalkHorror, I’m back with some of the promised gory details concerning the upcoming Friday the 13th game. We got an exclusive Q&A with co-developers Wes Keltner and, Ronnie Hobbs, and Randy Greenback with Gun Media earlier this month, but were sworn to secrecy concerning the answers until some of the hype died down. Now, with Friday the 13th’s kickstarter …

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