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Film Review: Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark

The Halloween season has started early with this month’s release of Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. Having read the books as a young girl, I was intrigued by the upcoming film and if I might say so bluntly: … Continue reading

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Short Horror Films Versus Features

Horror films are often harshly criticised by their audience. They’re not scary enough. The monster didn’t look real. “Oh look, their mobile phones aren’t working AGAIN!”. It seems that every trope presents another chance to declare that “horror films are … Continue reading

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A Hidden Gem: Don’t be Afraid of the Dark

I was thinking about Guillermo Del Toro the other day. Important things like, ‘I wonder if he prefers a gas barbecue’ or ‘does the Del stand for Del-Boy?’ There were also thoughts such as ‘which film of his can I … 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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