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Horror Movies To Watch on Friday the 13th
Written by Stacy, Posted 47 Days Ago. | 16 Comments
Tonight for the first time since 1919 we all got to experience a creepy full honey moon and it was just in time for Friday the 13th. Nobody else will get to experience the lunar moment until 2098 according to National Geographic making this one of the most special Friday the 13th for our generation. [...]

Hands-On with Dying Light E3 2014
Written by Jason McDonald, Posted 48 Days Ago. | No Comments
I meant to post this yesterday, but that tingling little headache I felt at the end of the day started to turn into a full-blown migraine.  Yay.  But now, much like E3, my migraine is over and I can think clearly now about my hands-on experience with “Dying Light.” I got the chance to demo [...]

Friday the 13th: Happy Birthday Jason Voorhees
Written by Tim Hannigan, Posted 48 Days Ago. | 4 Comments
Unless you are an obsessed Friday the 13th fan like myself you may not realize that June 13th is Jason’s birthday. And this year it falls on Friday the 13th! The original “Friday the 13th” was set on June 13th 1980 (although in “The Final Chapter” the grave for Mrs. Voorhees incorrectly says she died [...]

Hands-On with The Evil Within
Written by Jason McDonald, Posted 49 Days Ago. | No Comments
I survived E3! I descended into the pulsating mass of people that converge on the LA Convention Center for the annual gaming event and have returned with a hands-on look at a couple of upcoming games.  Thankfully, I took some notes, because my brain has been jellified after being pounded with rhythmic beats blasted at [...]

The 10 Greatest Friday The 13th Movie Death Scenes!
Written by Stacy Buchanan, Posted 50 Days Ago. | 40 Comments
We look back at the Friday the 13th Movie Franchise and look at the best Friday the 13th movie deaths! [...]

From Carrie To The Shining, A History of Stephen King Film Adaptations
Written by PoppaScotch, Posted 52 Days Ago. | 3 Comments
It’s extremely hard to dispute the fact that Stephen King hasn’t had an effect on all things horror since his first novel Carrie was released back in 1974.  In the time since, Stephen King has became an international success and the recipient of much deserved critical acclaim.  His first novel Carrie was also his first [...]

The Evolution of Children in Horror Films
Written by Dr Hideous, Posted 52 Days Ago. | 3 Comments
Dr Hideous reflects on the evolution of children in horror films and the three major trends in the way children fit into horror plots. We’ll call them “the silent witness,” “the creepy little kid,” and “the un-victim.” [...]

Thrills and Chills- The End of an Era
Written by Jason McDonald, Posted 52 Days Ago. | 1 Comment
This week is all about endings and beginnings as we take a look at the end of a California treasure and the beginning of the Halloween Haunt season. Let’s start with the bittersweet news. Earlier this week it was revealed that Six Flags Magic Mountain would be closing down their iconic ride “Colossus.” The news [...]

10 Indie Horror Films Every Horror Fan Should See!
Written by Flay Otters, Posted 52 Days Ago. | 16 Comments
There was a bit of noise out of the Independent Spirit Awards recently surrounding the idea of ‘independent’ or ‘low budget’ and what that means. A twenty million dollar budget and a huge promotional machine behind a film seems, to me anyway, to strip away a little of what makes a film ‘independent.’ That said, [...]

Rocky Horror Wedding Proposal
Written by Shaun Huhn (CineNiche), Posted 52 Days Ago. | No Comments
This is for the unconventional conventionalists. In 1975, while Jaws was taking a bite out of mainstream audiences, there was a film released for the counter culture. The Rocky Horror Picture Show took a while to find its niche, but once it did the midnight crowd was never the same. Rocky will soon celebrate his [...]

10 Reasons Horror Fans Miss Video Stores
Written by Gwendolyn Kiste, Posted 53 Days Ago. | 10 Comments
Call me a Luddite, but I harbor inherent suspicion toward all technology. Yes, I’m an online writer and I take full advantage of the wonders that computer tech afford us. However, there are some things we’ve surrendered, all for the sake of convenience. Video stores are one of those vanquished victims. You might think the [...]

Top 10 Creature Feature Movies
Written by Carrion, Posted 56 Days Ago. | 37 Comments
Generating this top 10 list of creature feature movies was not easy. The first stumbling block was the definition of the term “Creature”. What defines a creature? Can it be something ordinary like a crocodile or a shark, or does is it need to live in a black lagoon? I turned to dictionary.com for some [...]

The Superlative Seventies: Horror’s Golden Age
Written by deadhorse13, Posted 58 Days Ago. | No Comments
I feel old. Not the kind of old that makes you wait in line at Wal-Mart with a bargain priced package of Depends tucked under your wrinkled arm, mind you. But the kind of old that makes one feel disconnected to today’s youth generation. When it comes to horror, and based upon its current climate [...]

10 Horror Remakes Worth The Price of Admission
Written by Herner Klenthur, Posted 58 Days Ago. | 14 Comments
I am not an advocate for horror remakes. For me horror remakes are a clear cut attempt by studios to cash in on our memories and make a quick buck without putting any sort of effort or showing any consideration for die hard horror fans. It should come as no shock why studios do this [...]

15 Hilarious Indie Horror Films Every Fan Should See
Written by Herner Klenthur, Posted 59 Days Ago. | No Comments
I love horror comedies. I like em gorey, I like em cheesy and yeah I also like em with some great 80′s production values. That said I wanted to share films that are funny, gorey and abso-friggin-lutely hilarious. Admittedly all tastes differ but if you like b-movies, like gore, and like REASONABLE production values I [...]

Why Some Say The Horror Genre is Dying
Written by PoppaScotch, Posted 59 Days Ago. | 3 Comments
Recently I read an article in the a Newark Film Examiner by Mark Jones who makes a very convincing argument explaining his reasons why he feels that the horror genre is dying. After carefully reading that article as well as a great rebuttal that popped up over at Dread Central, I think that now would be a good [...]

The Ten Best Horror Films of 2009
Written by PoppaScotch, Posted 59 Days Ago. | No Comments
Was it just me, or did 2009 go by quicker than a teenager staying at Chrystal Lake (GET IT!?!?!).  Also, it’s in my contract that along with every other website in the world, I have compiled my top 10 horror movies of 2009.  Now I want to remind you all again that just like last [...]

Horror Fan Quiz, Which One Are You?
Written by MovieMaven, Posted 59 Days Ago. | 7 Comments
I am not one who thinks that pigeon-holing is fair, but I thought this might be a fun editorial. It’s interactive rather than me just running my mouth. To make a long story short, I was doing some thinking about fan demographics for this week’s article. That one is still coming eventually but I kind [...]

Top Ten Bad (But Oh so Good) Horror Films
Written by MovieMaven, Posted 59 Days Ago. | 4 Comments
I spend a lot of time compiling lists of achievements in horror films. But then who doesn’t like to focus on the good? We love to talk about all those films that made a difference.  We give accolades and celebrate those icons of horror that prove this is a genre worthy of respect.  This week [...]

Horror Movie Starter Kits For New Horror Fans
Written by MovieMaven, Posted 60 Days Ago. | 5 Comments
Lately I have had people of all ages coming up to me saying, “Maven, I’m not so much into horror, but I would like to be. How do I, as a newcomer, get started?” Well if you believe that statement then you believe people really call me Maven on the street. And if you believe [...]