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Michael Myers is back in 2018! In Halloween 3?

I first watched the Halloween series when I was 5 or 6 years old. There was a very distinct moment where I learned I could be wrong. I had just finished Halloween 2  the previous weekend and my Grandma and I were back at the local video rental store. It was one of the small ones, the kind that had the best …

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Indiegogo Campaign ‘For Her…’ – Help Support Indie Horror

Making a movie in the 21st century is easier than ever before. Just about everyone out there has a smart phone that can record video – combining that with the plethora of how-to videos and step-by-step instructionals available online makes much of the previously secret techniques to filmmaking a thing of the past. However, even with the tightest, most thrilling …

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Mary Shelley, Author of Frankenstein: It’s ALIVE!

In honor of Women in Horror Month, we must celebrate one of the authors who had a major impact on horror. Mary Shelley created one of the most iconic creature characters: Frankenstein’s monster. The story of this freak of nature has transcended the novel to 1931’s Frankenstein, 1994’s Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and Showtime’s Penny Dreadful, among many others. It also has influenced some cult …

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A Tribute to Drusilla: An Evil Woman in Horror

This month, we’re celebrating women who have made an impact to the horror genre. I find that the horror genre has vampires as one of the most prominent themes. From Dracula to True Blood, vampires are on the scene and continue to be popular. With Buffy the Vampire Slayer celebrating its 20th anniversary, I would like to take some time to …

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The Axe Murders of Villisca (2016) Movie Review

On the night of June 10th, 1912, eight people were murdered in their beds in the dead of night in Villisca, Iowa. Josiah and Sarah Moore and their four children: Herman, Katherine, Paul, and Boyd, along with their two houseguests, Lena and Ina Stillinger, were brutally bludgeoned to death with an axe as the slept. A hundred years later, the …

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8 of The Best Serial Killer Teams in Horror

It’s a rarity that serial killers work well together in horror films, whether they’re love interests, family members, or just people with the same goal in mind. There’s nothing scarier than being outnumbered by a team of rampaging maniacs. PopHorror has put together a list of the serial killer team-ups that left a mark in horror history. For this list, I …

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Night of the Demons: Original Vs. Remake

Night of the Demons is a horror cult classic that is just as entertaining today as it was back in 1988 when it was released. I recently bought the Blu-ray of the original as well as the remake and decided it would be fun to do a comparison article. It is no secret that the remake receives a lot of …

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Tommy Jarvis: The Luckiest and Most Likely Jason Voorhees Survivor

The character of Tommy Jarvis from the Friday the 13th films is not particularly simple. Before clashing with Jason Voorhees, the young Tommy (Corey Feldman) already had an interesting personality. In addition to creating neat masks and exhibiting skills as an auto mechanic, he seemed to have a decent grasp of psychology — which he successfully employed to defeat Jason — …

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Will Stephen King Really Be Involved in the Second Season of ‘Stranger Things?’

The internet has been abuzz with rumors concerning Netflix’s breakout series Stranger Things, citing everything from the expected release date to new characters. According to TMZ, we now have confirmation from David Harbour – who plays Sheriff Jim Hopper in the show – whether or not the Master of Horror Stephen King will indeed be involved in Stranger Things‘ second season. …

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We Are the Flesh (2016) Movie Review

Recently, PopHorror got an inside look at the trailer for We Are the Flesh, a Spanish post-apocalyptic film due to be released this month. To say we were excited was an understatement. Now, just a few days later, we were lucky enough to have the opportunity to see We Are the Flesh in all of its glory. Was it as …

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