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Surprise: IT Musical Announced For 2017!

As if riding the hype train from all the exciting announcements this week regarding the new adapted Stephen King film, Andres Muschietti has revealed that a musical adaptation of IT will be coming, and soon; as close as winter of this year.  “We were actually talking to Stephen [King] about it,” Muschietti said to Bloody Disgusting this past week.  “With …

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The New York Ripper: Fulci’s Underrated Sleaze Classic Turns 35!

I’ve been a horror fan for the majority of my life, but when it comes to Italian horror, I’m a late bloomer. I did not discover most of my favorites until I was in my mid-twenties. When it comes to Italian horror, my favorite director is Lucio Fulci. While I haven’t seen all of his work, I’ve seen a good …

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Life (2017) Movie Review: A Classically Inspired Suspenseful Ride

Sci-fi has etched its name into the horror genre for years with titles such as The Blob (1988), Alien (1979) and The Thing (1982). Life, the latest sci-fi horror/thriller to hit the big screen, encompasses elements of all three films as well as the stunning graphic-based imagery depicted in Gravity (2013) starring Sandra Bullock. With familiar nods to classics from the …

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PopHorror Has A Little Q & A Fun With Legendary Director Kevin Tenney

For many of us, we grew up watching ’80s horror movies and that is where our passion began for this lovely genre. So you can imagine how happy we were when, just the other day, we had the privilege of being introduced to director Kevin Tenney, who is known for his classic ’80s films Witchboard, Night of the Demons, and Witchtrap. …

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Horror Short ‘For Her…’ Begins Filming

It wasn’t too long ago that we shared the Indiegogo campaign for the UK horror short For Her…, and now we’re here to tell you that that campaign was a success! Director/editor/producer Daniel Mark Young (Run 2016) has recently let us know that filming on the project has begun. Check it out!   The two pictures above are the first …

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Evil Nanny (2016) Will Take Good Care Of You

It’s not every day that I get to think of the suspenseful and thrilling 1990 movie Pacific Heights. It’s a good movie and fairly unique. The days that I do, then, are rare and special and make me smile. I was reminded of this film while watching the new Lifetime horror Evil Nanny (2016), and I smiled. A lot. Directed by camp …

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Top 5 Almost Horror Films of All Time

 If you’ve ever googled “Bigfoot,” you’ve probably seen the hulking, out-of-focus photograph of a monster in the woods. For me, that’s the most frightening part of the entire Bigfoot myth, he (or she – let’s not be sexist about Bigfoot) is blurry. By being blurry, Bigfoot might be an ape, might be a bear on its hind legs, might be a …

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The Blackcoat’s Daughter (2017): A Disturbingly Dark Horror Thriller

I love horror movies that go outside the box of what we expect from a genre story and make you think – especially ones that deliver a unique spooky tale that provides more than nudity, cheap kills, and the run of the mill bad guy. The trailer for The Blackcoat’s Daughter gave me chills and looked promising, but did the movie itself deliver? Distributed …

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A Trailer to Make You Float: Stephen King’s IT (2017)

We’ve all been waiting on pins and needles. And now horror fans, the time for rejoicing is upon us: the trailer for the remake of Stephen King’s IT has finally dropped. And man, it looks killer.  Official Synopsis: “In the Town of Derry, the local kids are disappearing one by one, leaving behind torn body parts/remains. Soon afterwards, in a …

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