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6 Terrifying Horror Movies From My Childhood
Written by Herner Klenthur, August 1, 2015
Yes I am willing to admit that some horror movies truly scared me stupid as a kid. I recently asked you all on our Facebook page what Top 10’s you would like to see us write next and one of the suggestions was to list horror movies that truly scared us as children and I

The 13 Greatest Horror Movie Theme Songs
Written by Dead Air, August 1, 2015
It’s been awhile since I’ve done a top ten and I felt like today was the perfect day to drop one on the unsuspecting readers. This time I’m doing themes. Music is absolutely imperative for creating mood in films and some themes stick with you and have become as iconic as the movies or characters

10 Best Horror Films From the ’70s
Written by Mister Joshua, July 30, 2015
It’s no secret that the 70’s are my favorite decade for film. The old Hollywood code had cracked and finally fallen away, leading to a whole new group of film makers who finally could push the boundaries of their art to places it had really never gone before. Regardless of the genre, be it comedy,

10 Greatest Horror Movie Deaths by Gardening Tools
Written by Carrion, July 30, 2015
I was recently watching – for the millionth time – The Return of the Living Dead. For me, it’s a classic as I saw it for the first time when I was about 12, so it’s been burned into my psyche forever.  Some would say traumatized.  Whatever, I love this movie.  My favorite scene is

Ten Kid Friendly Horror Movies
Written by MovieMaven, July 26, 2015
Perhaps some of you are parents looking for fun ways to share Halloween spooky times with your kids but don’t think they are quite ready for the heavy stuff. Or maybe you would enjoy to revisit some favorites from your own childhood. Or maybe you are just a wuss. Either way, this list could be

Ten 90’s Horror Movies Every Fan Should Watch!
Written by Carrion, July 26, 2015
The 90s was a bit of a low period.  The mainstream was steering towards the psychological thriller and neglecting the horrors.  Mike Myers, Freddy, Jason, Chucky and Leatherface all suffered mediocre iterations of their former glory days.  However, all was not lost. Among the mediocrity, there were some shining examples of what the face of

The 10 Absolute Worst Horror Remakes
Written by Cole, July 26, 2015
In my previous article, ‘The Reanimation of Horror’, I promised that I would follow up with a list of my favourites remakes. However, why write them when I can have so much fun writing the worst remakes? Everyone loves dissing a crappy movie and we all think we can do it so much better (which,

Ten Years Later: Saw & the Torture Porn Genre
Written by Jared, July 26, 2015
Ten long years ago a new horror movie trailer hits the internet which ends up igniting a long lasting fire in the world of horror arguably creating or at least launching a sub-genre into the mainstream. Whether horror fans like it or not the ‘torture porn’ genre is here to stay and plays an important

5 Important Life Lessons I Learned from Horror Films
Written by Michael Triggs, July 25, 2015
Horror movies thrill us, entertain us, and, sometimes, teach us important lessons about life and how to live it. That’s why I’ve come up with this short list of films that teach us just such lessons while scaring us out of our collective wits simultaneously. Lesson One: Don’t Swim in the Ocean until at Least

Surprise!  You’re Dead: Top 10 Unexpected Movie Deaths!
Written by Carrion, July 25, 2015
Every so often you’ll be watching a movie and all of a sudden somebody gets clipped. It’s a surprise for the viewer and generally more of a surprise for the movie character. Sometimes you might get tipped off a half second before the action takes place, but sometimes it comes out of the blue. I

Top 5 Subway Horror Movies
Written by Drew, July 25, 2015
I’ve never been on a big subway. I was recently reading some Clive Barker and there was something about the way he described how creepy they could be that it got me thinking about subway themed horror movies. So here are my top 5. Maybe you’ve seen them all, maybe you haven’t. 5.) Raw Meat

5 Exploitation Subgenres You Won’t See Again
Written by PoppaScotch, July 25, 2015
I like my exploitation films like I like my women: filled with nudity, gun fights, and weird fetishistic qualities.  Well, maybe not so much the gun fights.  And you know what, probably not too much of the whole weird fetishistic stuff… ok the analogy doesn’t hold up. Whatever, too late you  are already reading this so

The Following is Over- What’d You Think?
Written by Jason McDonald, May 19, 2015
After three long years Ryan Hardy’s pursuit of justice against hidden serial killers is finally over.  Did the series live up to it’s potential and did the series finale offer proper closure to this twisted tale? WARNING: This post will have spoilers regarding the series finale of “The Following.” If you don’t want spoilers, don’t keep

Top Ten Richard Matheson Stories
Written by Gwendolyn Kiste, May 17, 2015
Among people in the literary know, there is little doubt that author Richard Matheson is among the greatest genre writers of all-time. His ever-varied contributions to the worlds of horror, science fiction, and fantasy still resonate, some more than a half century after their initial release. Sadly, Mr. Matheson passed away in 2013, leaving a gaping hole

In Defense of Hellraiser: Revelations
Written by Chris Savage, May 16, 2015
Before I get started I just want to point out that I’m not here to tell you that Hellraiser: Revelations is an awesome film because it isn’t, and I’m definitely not here to tell you that it’s the best in the Hellraiser franchise, instead I’m here to tell you that it’s not the worst. And,

Blink and You’ll Miss It! – First Teaser for the Scream TV Series
Written by Chris Savage, April 12, 2015
I think the powers that be have nailed this one. Upon watching the first teaser, well, it might be classified as the shortest teaser in history, I think many of you will begin screaming in frustration at the so called “teaser”, and in doing so Scream the TV series has done its job in provoking

The 8 Best Serial Killer Movies Since SEVEN
Written by Terek Puckett, April 4, 2015
Director David Fincher and screenwriter Andrew Kevin Walker created a milestone with their 1995 masterpiece Seven, a film that turned the conventional approach to the serial killer film on its ear. In the wake of Seven, the standard procedural plot of detective characters piecing together clues, identifying, pursuing and eventually capturing or killing the psychotic

Top Ten Underrated Episodes of The X-Files
Written by Gwendolyn Kiste, March 29, 2015
You probably already heard the big announcement: The X-Files, complete with Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny, is returning for a limited series. In honor of this major occasion, we thought we’d celebrate with a roundup of episodes. But since you already know all about the freaks of “Humbug” and the vampire town of “Bad Blood” and

Can the Leprechaun Series Be Saved?
Written by Jason McDonald, March 25, 2015
As we put Saint Patrick’s Day behind us I can’t help but to think about the tiny tyrant that has become a staple of the Spring holiday.  The Leprechaun once stood proud and tall, despite delivering some of the schlockiest genre features out there.  Now he’s fallen on hard times with a recent reboot that

Four Horror Movies That Could Be TV Shows
Written by Jason McDonald, March 22, 2015
Right now it seems that the hottest trend around is the continued pursuit of adapting horror movie titles into the latest television sensations.  The newest horror property to be caught in the crosshairs is “Let the Right One In” and, while an excellent film, it just doesn’t strike me as the sort of horror property that is