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How The Exorcist Killed Horror

Does this sound familiar? We’ve been told that this shiny new horror film is the bees knees. No really this time. Yes, we’ve heard the same thing about every other pre-released horror film, but this time it’s for certain. Why would they fool us twice? And … Continue reading

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4 Things The Orphanage Can Teach Us About Good Horror

If there’s always one movie in recent times that I always recommend people to watch, it’s The Orphanage. It’s the story of a woman who, with her husband and adopted child, return to the orphanage she grew up in, for the purposes … 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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5 Overrated Horror “Classics”

Firstly, let me tell you something off topic.  I love a podcast.  When I find a new favourite I tend to binge-listen to the entire back catalogue.  The latest show to hook itself into my everyday life is The Elis … Continue reading

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