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New Images From ‘The Brain That Wouldn’t Die’ Remake

The Brain That Wouldn’t Die is being remade by director Derek Carl, and we already have some new images from the upcoming 2018 film! Starring Rachael Perrell Fosket, Patrick Green and Robert Blanche, this will be a fresh take on Joseph Green’s 1962 film of the same name.  The Brain That Wouldn’t Die tells the story of a brilliant surgeon that revives the …

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PopHorror Interviews Tyler Amm, Director Of ‘Butcher the Bakers’

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Who loves horror comedies? If so, you should definitely check out Midwest director Tyler Amm’s new film Butcher the Bakers. We got the chance to talk with Tyler about his inspiriting for filmmaking, the idea behind Butcher, the people involved, and plenty more fun tidbits! PopHorror – It’s great to have a chance to pick your brain, Tyler! What inspired you to get …

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President’s Day (2017) Movie Review

I’m a huge fan of Deadpool. When I first saw the trailer for President’s Day, it reminded me of one of my favorite Deadpool stories – the one where the deceased presidents are resurrected by a Shield Agent who also happens to be a necromancer. Deadpool is then tasked with returning the presidents to their graves before they kill everyone. …

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Rowr Power! Obey ‘The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra’ (2001)

What is the rarest of all elements? Atmosphereum, of course! Never heard of it? Well, if you have access to The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra (either the film or the actual skeleton), consider yourself in luck! You will soon learn all about it — or at least get a vague idea of shiny, radioactive rock that “can do some mighty …

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Horror Comedy ‘Weird Folk:’ Where Were You On Election Night?

For some, the scariest horror movies involve mutated aliens, psychopathic killers or supernatural monsters. For others, the state of America’s political system has them screaming into the night. In Weird Folk, writer/director Scott Dunn and producer Gina Gomez plan to appeal to the latter sort with a horror comedy that takes place on election night of 2016. Check out the video below to …

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You’ve Got Red On You! Shaun Of The Dead (2004) – Retro Review

It’s been 13 years since comedy trio Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, and Edgar Wright took the horror world by storm and created the most influential zom-com ever – Shaun Of The Dead! Released April 9, 2004, in the UK, this classic zombie flick is one of PopHorror’s favorites. Take a trip back in time with us and remember, there’s no “I” …

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Looking Back On Kevin Tenney’s Underated Gem ‘Witchtrap’ (1989)

A couple months ago, I was scrolling through Facebook and stumbled onto a video that instantly caught my eye. It was a clip of Linnea Quigley in a shower being killed by a possessed shower head. The clip was from Kevin Tenney‘s 1989 film Witchtrap, which was soon to be released for the first time in uncut form on both …

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Indie Slasher ‘Pool Party Massacre’ Gets A Release Date And Trailer

Here at PopHorror, it’s no secret that we love slasher films, especially those of the low budget indie variety. In recent months, a campy ’80s inspired slasher film came to my attention and that film is Pool Party Massacre. Over the past few months, director Drew Marvick has been teasing the horror community with increasingly brutal set photos as well …

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Ghost Team (2016) – Movie Review

Horror comedies are always a hit or miss. They either don’t have enough horror, enough comedy, or either one. Does Ghost Team have the potential to be a good horror comedy?  The official synopsis of Ghost Team: A paranormal-obsessed man (Jon Heder) mounts into the beyond with his depressed best friend (David Krumholtz), misfit nephew, a cable access medium, and …

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