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Women In Horror: Refusing to refuse to look

We hope you’ve enjoyed our short run of articles celebrating some of our writer’s favourite Women In Horror. The last article in this series is a little different, and is dedicated to ‘women in horror’ everywhere, who continue to fight ludicrous, … Continue reading

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Film Review: Black Christmas (1974)

Black Christmas (1974) – Directed by Bob Clark What is there for a horror fan to watch around Christmas time other than to go through reruns of The Muppet Christmas Carol and It’s a Wonderful Life? Of course, we haven’t … Continue reading

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5 Horror Clichés I Hate!

Firstly, I think it’s safe to say that we’re all horror fans. Otherwise, why would you be reading this post on a horror website? And more to the point, why would I have written it? That said, I’m also pretty positive … Continue reading

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Three Horror Films That Changed Me

Horror films - Scream

When I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child; but when I became a woman, I put away childish things. – Corinthians As a fan of the horror genre I have seen hundreds … Continue reading

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How To Survive a Horror Film

I’ve always been a fan of Horror, and one of the most famous Horror films (well to me anyway), is the Scream franchise. A little known fact was Wes Craven originally had the intention of calling the film ‘Scary Movie’ … Continue reading

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