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Stark Contrast: A Look Inside ‘The Dark Half’ (1993)

Directed by George A. Romero, Stephen King’s The Dark Half is a complicated film, with much of the storyline being open to interpretation. It’s also just a fun horror movie, Hoss. To be honest, I have not watched The Dark Half recently, yet many of the plot details and imagery are somehow fresh in my mind. More importantly, I remember the …

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Two Paws Up For Stephen King’s ‘Cat’s Eye’

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Written by Stephen King and directed by Lewis Teague, Cat’s Eye (1985) is among the greatest anthology movies of all time. It’s been 32 years and yet we still love everything about it. Let’s go into some reasons why! First but not least, you have that darn cat, General. Cat’s Eye wouldn’t be the same without him. Sure, two of the …

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The Year of the Clown: Crepitus Vs Pennywise

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In case you guys didn’t know, it’s the year of the clown, baby! Although clown films are released all the time, it’s not ever year that two highly anticipated ones are coming out one right after the other another: Crepitus and IT. You can smell the coulrophobia in the air and the sounds of extra locks being bolted on doors in preparation for …

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Spike Released the Official Trailer for ‘The Mist’ Television Series

EW just announced that the official trailer for The Mist television series has arrived and you won’t be disappointed! Check it out down below and let us know what you think! Spike has aired the first official trailer for The Mist television series which debuts June 22 and is based on the novella by Stephen King. It is created by Christian Torpe and has a great …

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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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New Images of Pennywise & The Losers’ Club From IT

The people behind the upcoming two part movie series of Stephen King’s IT really know how to make horror fans anxious. They’ve released just enough info over the past year to make us all salivate like Pavlov’s dogs every time we see a new image of Bill Skarsgard’s Pennywise the Clown or hear the lucky attendees at this year’s SXSW just …

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Christina Jackson – Horror Artist Showcase

Recently I spoke with the very talented horror artist Christina Jackson after her art blew me away the instant I set eyes on it. PopHorror loves promoting women in all types of horror and this artist is no exception. So naturally, I want to share all of her amazing work with the rest of the horror community. Read on to learn …

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My Favorite Horror Movie – The Shining (1980)

When I was recently asked what my favorite horror movie was, there was no question. Hands down, with no doubt in my mind, I knew that The Shining is my favorite horror film. Why? Read on and find out! I will start by saying two things: King and Kubrick. Legendary composers on their own, these two men ended up making an …

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The Many Horrors of ‘Santa Clarita Diet’s’ Drew Barrymore

With the February 3rd release of Netflix’s zombie comedy series Santa Clarita Diet, Drew Barrymore has once again come back to her horror roots. Although she hasn’t done much in the way of terror in the past few years, in Drew’s early career, she was the face of fear on the movie screen. As a tribute to Drew in her newest endeavor …

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Stephen King’s Castle Rock Coming To A TV Screen Near You!

Castle Rock… to Stephen King fans, the name of this town sends shivers down their spines. So many of the Master of Horror’s stories have been set in this creepy, fictitious little suburb of Portland, Maine, and quite a few of them have been made for the silver screen, including Cujo (1983), The Dead Zone (1983), The Dark Half (1993), …

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