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Tag Archive: horror

Retro Review: ‘Martin’

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As we have written about elsewhere in the House, film and popular culture as a whole were dealt a massive blow recently with the passing of horror director George A. Romero. Romero singlehandedly… Continue reading

Movie Review – ‘Berlin Syndrome’

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Earlier this year at Sundance, filmmaker Cate Shortland was set to debut her indie thriller Berlin Syndrome to a waiting audience. What should have been a career highlight turned into a nightmare as… Continue reading

George A. Romero – The Best Movies

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The horror genre recently lost one of its true visionaries, filmmaker George A. Romero. Romero began his career with a black-and-white flick made on a minuscule budget pop culture forever. Throughout the decades… Continue reading

10 Horror Gems on Netflix Instant

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Netflix seems to be getting better and better and that includes its beloved horror collection. There are some amazing modern classics on there such as It Follows and The Babadook, but those films… Continue reading

In Memoriam: George A. Romero

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What’s a zombie? If you answered ‘an aspect of Haitian mythology wherein a corpse animated through magic to work as a slave and will break the spell by killing it’s master if you… Continue reading

Creature From the Black Lagoon-Retro Review (done)

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Universal was a studio built on horror, more specifically the Universal Monsters franchise. Throughout the 30’s and 40’s they made sure moviegoers were given a constant stream of; Dracula, the Wolf Man, the… Continue reading

Top 5 True Paranormal Movies

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When those marketing a movie want to instill a little bit of fear into the audience they market the film as “based on a true story”. Usually this is not entirely accurate (see… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘The Burning’

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Summer is here and it is time for parents to send their kids off to camp in the hopes of having a quiet house for even a short period of time. But if… Continue reading

The Jason Voorhees Marathon: Part XII

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Well, this is it. We’ve seen Jason Voorhees grow from a child in a man, switch from a sack to a hockey mask, die and come back (several times), inspire a copycat, vacation… Continue reading

The Jason Voorhees Marathon: Part XI

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Although it’s considered to be garbage and makes no sense to the continuity, Jason X was pretty fun compared to the later films in the series. Between that and the madness of Jason Goes to… Continue reading