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Hiding out in the lonely Quiet Corner in Northeastern Connecticut, Tracy Allen has been an avid horror movie since she was a young girl. Growing up in the '80s, Tracy has lived through many a change in musical stylings and movie trends, and uses that history to come up with as many colorful, well-rounded reviews as possible.

Interview With Graphic Novel and Horror Artist Steve McGinnis

You may not have heard of illustrator Steve McGinnis, but if you’ve spent any time in horror circles, you’ve most likely seen his work. He’s a fantastic and hugely talented artist, so if you haven’t come across his stuff, I encourage you to do a Google search or two. I was lucky enough to get a chance to chat with …

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Love Runs: How You Can Help Stop Human Trafficking

At PopHorror, we write about a lot of fake frights. We’ve got articles on dream slashers, giant ants and ghosts that live in the Internet. But there are real horrors out there that people have to live through every waking second, day in and day out, and they happen right here in the United States. Every 30 seconds, someone is …

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Finally! A Teaser Trailer For Rocky Gray’s ’10/31′!

We over here at PopHorror have been waiting for nearly a year for more news on Rocky Gray’s horror anthology 10/31, and today, we finally got an update. Gray (read our interview with him here), who once played drums for the rock band Evanscence, has now set his sights on creating horror films. After composing the scores for P.J. Stark’s …

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Steve Desmond’s ‘Monsters’ Shakes Up the Genre

The word “monster” can mean different things to different people. Some may consider supernatural beings to be pretty monstrous, while others may fear more mythological creatures. There are even people who think snakes, bees, strangers and clowns are out to get them. For 9-year-old Jenn in the horror short Monsters, the scariest things are the ones she knows nothing about. …

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Which Stephen King Movie Are You Trapped In?

It’s 2017, the Year of the King. Stephen King, that is. Everywhere you look, there’s a new Stephen King movie, TV show, reboot, or Netflix series, and they just seem to keep coming and coming. So what’s a horror fan to do? Get trapped inside one of the Master of Horror’s flicks, that’s what! So take the following quiz to …

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‘IT’ (2017) Movie Review – Totally Over-hyped Or The Best King Adaption Yet?

For the past year, everyone in the horror community has been talking about IT. Many were skeptical at first… who on earth could be a better Pennywise than Tim Curry? Certainly not the androgynous Bill Skarsgård! But over these twelve months, pictures of the Hemlock Grove actor dressed in a grimy, old-fashioned clown costume have surfaced, turning skeptical heads just …

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Help ‘Daddy Dearest,’ Created by 10-Year-Old Fiona Fright, Get a DVD Release!

Not very long ago, PopHorror reviewed a fabulous horror short called Daddy Dearest (see our review here). It was an original, thought-provoking and cringe-inducing, three things all horror fans love to see in a genre film. But what was so special about this particular horror short? This film was written, directed, and filmed by a 10-year-old girl from Massachusetts named Fiona …

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What’s New in Horror for September 2017

That’s right, folks. Summer is ending and Halloween is on its way. Can you smell the pumpkin spice in the air? As the leaves begin to change and Michael Myers starts sharpening his knife, PopHorror is here to bring you all of the new horror movies releasing this month. There are over 30 horror and sci-fi releases this month, so …

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Viral Films UK’s ‘For Her…’ (2017) Horror Short Review

What is it about love that makes people so crazy? Even Shakespeare couldn’t resist penning a tale about two star-crossed lovers and the insane and even deadly choices they each made to stay together. In Viral Films UK’s horror short For Her…, we see just how far one man is willing to go to keep the love of his life …

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