Tag: horror movies

Horror Moms, Part 1 – Morticia Addams

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On day one of our salute to horror’s most memorable moms, we wish a Happy Mother’s Day to Morticia Addams.

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May Horror Flowers, Part 5 – Swamp Thing

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On Day 5 of May Horror Flowers we revisit the 1982 DC Comics hero plant “Swamp Thing,” directed by none other than the inimitable Wes Craven.

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Internets, That’s Not Goosebumps!

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These aren’t really “Goosebumps” covers – but they should be!

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May Horror Flowers, Part 4 – The Happening

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So far we’ve only taken on one plant, or one species of plant. But today we’re fighting all of them! It’s time for “The Happening” on Day Four of May Horror Flowers.

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May Flowers, Part 3 – The Day of the Triffids

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Killer plants take advantage of society’s collapse to rule the world in “The Day of the Triffids.” It’s day 3 of May Horror Flowers.

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May Flowers, Part 2 – The Ruins

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On day two of May horror flowers, we look at a vine that really gets under your skin in “The Ruins.”

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May Flowers, Part 1 – Little Shop of Horrors

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If you haven’t seen the alternate, extended, $5 million War-of-the-Worlds Director’s-Cut ending to Little Shop of Horrors – well, you ain’t seen nothin’!

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Craig Russell’s Gothic Horror Novel to be Columbia Release

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A change to the horror genre means a big paycheck and feature film for Scottish thriller author Russell Craig.

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Stephen King’s Hits and Misses

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Not all the movies made from Stephen King’s books were hits. Some were hot, but some were not. Let’s take a look at which were which.

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Stephen King’s “The Long Walk” to be Produced by New Line Cinema

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Warner Brothers’ New Line Cinema will bring Stephen King’s 1979 novel “The Long Walk” to the silver screen.

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The Use of Fog in Horror Movies

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From our friends at Vaping Man: a brand-new infographic looking at the uses of fog and mist in horror films

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April Fool’s Day – The Holiday Beloved in 1986

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What to do on April Fool’s Day? Watch three very Foolish movies, of course!

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A New Beginning: Leprechaun Returns 2019

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St Patrick’s Day is almost upon us – and that means it’s time to get ready to watch Warwick Davis in the “Leprechaun” series. Oh, you’ve seen all those? Then here’s something you haven’t seen – the all-new SyFy original “Leprechaun Returns” set for release in 2019.

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The Re-Beginning?: Leprechaun: Origins

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St Patrick’s Day is almost upon us – and that means it’s time to get ready to watch Warwick Davis in the “Leprechaun” series. So, do that, but stop after the sixth film. You really want to come back to the seventh, 2014’s “Leprechaun: Origins,” when you can watch it without comparing it to the rest. Here’s why.

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The End of Lubdan’s Story (Or Is It?): Leprechaun 5 & 6

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St Patrick’s Day is almost upon us – and that means it’s time to get ready to watch Warwick Davis in the “Leprechaun” series. Davis plays his usual murder-y Leprechaun, and goes to the hood where he is joined by fan favorite Ice-T for the first of the final films in the series. Here is what you’ll see in the last two films.

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Lubdan’s Story Continues: Leprechaun 3 & Leprechaun 4: In Space

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Are you ready for the next two “Leprechaun” films yet? There’s more yummy Warwick Davis goodness (you have to admit he’s magically delicious) in “Leprechaun 3” and (I am not kidding – this is the real title) “Leprechaun 4: In Space.” Here’s what you’ll see in the middle two films.

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The Beginning of Lubdan’s Story: Leprechaun 1 & 2

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St Patrick’s Day is almost upon us – and that means it’s time to get ready to watch Warwick Davis in the “Leprechaun” series. Davis plays a murder-y Leprechaun (what do you mean you guessed that already?) who plans to hang on to his gold. Here’s what you’ll see in the first two films.

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Purge Prequel Announced in Political Propaganda Video

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OMG! “The Purge” franchise really went there! Universal and Blumhouse target politicized audience with political propaganda video for new film.

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Think You’re Not Claustrophobic? Watch These Films and Think Again!

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From one of our friends across the pond comes this infographic of the top six horror films that count on your fear of tight spaces to make them work.

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Scream Factory Releases Second Vincent Price Collection

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For many of us, Vincent Price’s name will always be synonymous with horror. Happily, Scream Factory is giving him the homage he deserves with this second collection of his films, including such favorites as “The Raven” and “The House on Haunted Hill.”

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