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A LIVING TRIBUTE: KEVIN WILLIAMSON

KW posing with knife

Screenwriter, producer, director, and horror fan, Kevin Williamson is an American treasure. Williamson was born in North Carolina in 1965 and with John Carpenter, Hitchcock, and Spielberg’s help, he found his passion in films. Previously, he’s stated that his favourite … Continue reading

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A Living Tribute: John Carpenter

‘Some genres can die, but I don’t think horror ever will.’ — John Carpenter John Carpenter is a living legend. His graceful and indelible touch on the horror scene has left fans reeling from his directorial elegance and inspirational soundtracks. Heralded … Continue reading

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A Living Tribute: Stephen King

Stephen King is not an unfamiliar name. Even if someone hasn’t heard of him, they have, undoubtedly, heard about the period blood scene in Carrie, or they at least know what REDRUM means backwards. Parents curse him in agony as their … Continue reading

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A Living Tribute: Leigh Whannell

The horror community was recently saddened by the sudden and untimely passing of George A. Romero, known to many as the king of zombie films. Farewells and thank yous dominated social media and the web in tribute to this great man, and … Continue reading

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