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Movie Review: ‘We Are What We Are’

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Directed by: Jim Mickle Starring: Bill Sage, Ambyr Childers, Julia Garner, and Michael Parks Plot: The Parkers, a family with a secret tradition, run the risk of being exposed after the death of one of their members. Review: A while back I wrote an article titled 10 MORE Directors of the Now (to coincide with a series of … Continue reading

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Spotlight on Dwight Frye

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When you think of the greatest actors of the horror genre fans will be quick to name off legends like; Bela Lugosi, Vincent Price, and Sir Christopher Lee. But far too often fans forget an actor who left an unmistakable mark on the genre, Dwight Frye. Frye was an actor who established a reputation as … Continue reading

Watch This Show: ‘Les Revenants (The Returned)’

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Sometimes you get the opportunity to say ‘I was into that before the American remake’. Whether it’s The Office or Let the Right One In there’s something that speaks to our inner geek…the part of us who likes to say ‘first’. One of those opportunities is happening right now. This French production is already a remake in itself, being … Continue reading

2014′s Horror Line-Up

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2o14 looks like it’s going to be an exciting year for horror films. Check out what we have in store for the new year. Note: Release dates are for the USA and information was taken from various websites online including IMDB and are not necessarily correct. Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones (January 3) Starring Katie Featherston, Molly … Continue reading

Why We Need a Carmilla Movie (And Who Should Be In It)

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Similar to zombies and witches, vampires are popular in today’s culture. From the animalistic villains of 30 Days of Night to the romantic heroes of Twilight and True Blood, vampires are showing up in all forms of pop culture and for all ages and genres. Both Twilight and True Blood are coming to a close, … Continue reading

Movie Review: ‘World War Z’

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The original intention for this article was to debate whether or not geeks were being too harsh on this film because of its association with the book of the same name. Halfway through the first viewing this idea was chucked out the window, and instead we’re going to focus on how World War Z manages to … Continue reading

The 2000s Awesome Horror Ass Kickers

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With the resurgence of horror thanks to movies like Scream, horror was hotter than ever in the 2000s. It certainly became one of the most popular genres of film at the time (still is). With the popularity of horror at an all time high, it was obvious that some new actresses were going to step … Continue reading

Scarily Overlooked Horror Films

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The greatest time of the year is quickly approaching and many of us will celebrate by sitting in  front of our television and once again watching Michael Meyers silently stalk his victims or Romero’s zombies lay siege to a house. But this year many of you may feel like changing things up, and I consider my … Continue reading

The Early Days of J-Horror – Ring Kanzenban and Ju-On: The Curse


Everyone has seen Ring and The Grudge, or at least the English remakes of them. Both are classics of what has been called the “J-Horror” movement, and both helped popularise Japanese horror movies with Western audiences, due to their mix of extremely creepy atmosphere, good jump scares, and unknowably mysterious antagonists. But Ring and The … Continue reading

Scream Queens Who Totally Ruled the 90′s!

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Horror didn’t end in the 80’s, like many people thought it did.  By the time the 90’s came around, horror was going out of style.  There were a few horror films here and there…but a little film known as Scream came around in 1996 and it changed the world of horror forever.  With the 90’s … Continue reading