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Throwback Thursday: You’re only going to believe in ghosts, when you become one “The Others” Movie Review

The Others Movie Review

  I’m having a horror moment here. I was trying to think of a good scary movie and one popped up in my head and I was wrapped in a euphoria of blissful fear. THE OTHERS. I raved about this movie for ever because they didn’t use any CGI , blood, or gore, and managed to […]

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Our obsession with possession; Teenage exorcist to get feature “REALM”

Film Short "Realm"

Horror is my first love. Even as I write the words, I can’t remember the last horror film that I ever watched.  Maybe it’s because I don’t connect with the horror movies of today. Maybe it’s the type of movies that are being put out there. Mostly, I can’t stand the graphics and editing involved in present […]

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Remake Of Stephen King’s IT Movie will bring Pennywise the Clown to the movies

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    Was there ever a more horrifying sight then Tim Curry as Pennywise the clown in It? No–and thats my final answer.  Atleast thats the way most fans are feeling about the news that a remake of It is in the works for 2016. I’m probably the most open minded movie viewer you will […]

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The Horror in the original Rosemary’s Baby (1968) Movie Review

rosemary's baby movie 1968

Rosemary’s Baby One of the essential elements of what fears us in horror movies is the unknown. Writers and directors have mastered this knowledge and used it against us in movies to attempt to shake us to our cores. I fear that we’ve lost some of that in today’s movies. Someone jump in a time machine […]

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Trailer: The origins of Dracula – Dracula Untold

dracula untold

After so many renditions of the beginning of vampire life, I’m happy to say that I’m actually interested in seeing the upcoming movie, Dracula Untold. Why? Unlike past movies,  “Dracula Untold” will solely focus on the origins of Dracula, something that I’m used to catching a small summary of. Bram Stoker’s Dracula is the closest we […]

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