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Celebrating Women In Horror: Dee Wallace

Dee Wallace

Yesterday saw us kick off a series of articles celebrating February being Women In Horror Month, with a tribute to Katharine Isabelle. Next up to be honoured is the brilliant Dee Wallace, written by Chloe Moloney. For Women in Horror … Continue reading

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My 7 Most Memorable Stephen King Characters from my Childhood

Eugene Kaik - Stephen King

Viewing or reading Stephen King material was one of the highlights of my childhood horror experience. He is all but required reading and watching in our genre and has truly become one of the Masters of Horror. King had the … Continue reading

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Horror Movies That Could Use a Remake

The Thing 1982 John Carpenter Remake

Remakes. You either love’em or hate’em and for the most part it seems we horror folk hate them. But, I am of the thought that not all remakes are bad, look at the almost sheer perfection of John Carpenter’s The … Continue reading

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