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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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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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Film Review: IT

“Ain’t nothing like a little fear to make a paper man crumble.” I didn’t see the original IT for years as I was constantly told that it’s too long and becomes rather boring. When I finally got round to it, … Continue reading

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Review: The Mist (TV Series)

Since I heard of its creation, I had eagerly been awaiting The Mist TV show, which of course is based on the well-know short story by Stephen King. Let me tell you, I was not disappointed. Despite the low ratings popping up … Continue reading

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An Ode To Pennywise

As an over-opinionated horror fan with a dull job and too much time on my hands, it’s not surprising that I have ridiculously strong feelings regarding the 2017 remake of It. The remake in question has of course not yet … Continue reading

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