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Top 14 Best American Horror Story Characters

Back in October of 2011, FX brought viewers an original horror television series that fans simply couldn’t get enough of. Following the success of previous popular shows such as Nip Tuck and Glee, Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk created and produced American Horror Story. The first season, Murder House – which just happens to be my favorite season – was …

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“Found” ‘Hellraiser’ Surgery Scene Proves Some Legends Best Left Undiscovered

Horror blogger Rob Ridenour, who runs the Clive Barker Podcast, set the internet on fire last October by announcing that the infamous “lost” surgery scene from Hellbound: Hellraiser II had been discovered: “As I was looking over the specs for Arrow Video’s massive Hellraiser: The Scarlet Box BluRay box set, one particular feature on the Hellbound: Hellraiser II instantly caught …

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Hubcap UFOs: A Look At PLAN 9 FROM OUTER SPACE (1956)

Plan 9 from Outer Space is widely considered to be the worst film ever made, a celluloid atrocity high on the scale of ineptitude, an epic of cinematic failure. It also happens to be one of the most amusing films ever made, one that has entertained trash film fanatics for decades, and will continue to do so for years to …

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Summer of Fear: Scream Factory Bringing ‘Session 9’ to Blu-Ray

Scream Factory (the horror distribution arm of Shout! Factory) just announced their latest acquisition; Session 9 is being added to the company’s impressive roster of classic and cult horror movies. This morning’s press release reads: **NEW TITLE ANNOUNCE** Our “Summer of Fear” line-up continues to grow with SESSION 9! Directed by Brad Anderson (The Machinist) this underrated 2001 chiller will …

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My Favorite Horror Movie: The Exorcist (1973)

I’ve seen a great number of films. Horror, while not the only genre I mingle in, serves as my favorite genre to watch. From my time as a young boy walking up and down the horror aisle of the local video store, to me writing these words right at this very moment, I have never stopped appreciating a good horror …

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Zombieland 2 To Shoot In August?!

If the logo present at this month’s CinemaCon in Las Vegas is any indication, we may be seeing the sequel to Zombieland much sooner than we thought! Bloody Disgusting reports that multiple casting sites are claiming that Zombieland 2 is slated to begin filming in Atlanta this coming August. That’s a lot of speculation, but it’s another sign in the right …

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Hellraiser (1987)

Out of all horror movies that have been released over the years, I’m still a sucker for  anything ‘80s. 1987 specifically was a great year; not only was it the year I was born, but it was also the year that a ton of scary flicks came out. For me, the one that stands out the most among the rest …

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Review – Green Room (2016)

Writer/director Jeremy Saulnier’s sophomore film Blue Ruin (2013) was met with critical acclaim and brought him into the spotlight as a talented independent filmmaker. Understandably, there has been a great deal of hype around Saulnier’s third film, Green Room, which debuted during the Directors’ Fortnight portion of the 2015 Cannes Film Festival. The film has had private screenings across the country …

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HelL.A.: Top 15 Horror Movies Set in Los Angeles

A lot of films are made in Los Angeles; the second most populous city in the US is the epicenter of the Entertainment Industry, home base to the biggest and most prolific production studios. But Los Angeles is also the setting of many films; sure, it helps to set your movie in the same place you’re filming, but in some …

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New Trailer Drops for The Ring vs. The Grudge

Are you ready for the ultimate in Japanese horror movie terror? The two freakiest characters to come out of the land of the rising sun in the past decade are back and ready to rumble. Vengeful Sadako from 2002’s The Ring has been called back out of her slimy, wet, underground tomb by two young girls who watch an eerily familiar …

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