Horror

You can always count on Food Network to embrace the Halloween spirit proper throughout the season, and with October inching closer, their 2021 schedule has been revealed! This year, discovery+ is joining Food Network for all the spooky fun. Of course, “Halloween Wars” is coming back on the road to Halloween, and we’re being promised the
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Welcome to Revenge of the Remakes, where columnist Matt Donato takes us on a journey through the world of horror remakes. We all complain about Hollywood’s lack of originality whenever studios announce new remakes, reboots, and reimaginings, but the reality? Far more positive examples of refurbished classics and updated legacies exist than you’re willing to remember
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Series of Frights is a recurring column that mainly focuses on horror in television. Specifically, it takes a closer look at five episodes or stories — each one adhering to an overall theme — from different anthology series or the occasional movie made for TV. With anthologies becoming popular again, especially on television, now is
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Welcome to Revenge of the Remakes, where columnist Matt Donato takes us on a journey through the world of horror remakes. We all complain about Hollywood’s lack of originality whenever studios announce new remakes, reboots, and reimaginings, but the reality? Far more positive examples of refurbished classics and updated legacies exist than you’re willing to remember
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It’s not unusual for eras or decades of the horror genre to be categorized by one overarching theme or style. The eighties have become synonymous for their boom in low-budget, often sleazy, slasher films inspired by the cornerstone slashers of the mid-to-late seventies. The horrors of the 50s reflected cultural fears of science creating new
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Revealed at this year’s E3, we’ll be getting Mortal Shell‘s “The Virtuous Cycle” DLC later this month! Developer Cold Symmetry have announced that the DLC will arrive August 18th, and will also be coinciding with Mortal Shell’s debut on Steam. The Virtuous Cycle “reinvents your journey through Fallgrim and beyond as adversaries cycle and shuffle
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American Horror Stories conjures inspired scares with a murderous Santa, but falls flat with its vile cast of social media-obsessed Grinches. “We’re not just gonna sit here, Barry. We’re gonna record it.” I love Killer Santas. There’s something absolutely twisted about the perversion of this symbol of purity and childhood innocence, whether it’s through the
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Before the Halloweenies head to Hollywood in August for Scream 3, they have some film courses to complete this summer at Windsor College. In June, they visited Mark Rosman’s 1982 American slasher The House on Sorority Row. For July, they’re conjuring Demons. More specifically, Lamberto Bava’s 1985 Italian meta blood bath. Fueled by a star-studded
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It’s not unusual for eras or decades of the horror genre to be categorized by one overarching theme or style. The eighties have become synonymous for their boom in low-budget, often sleazy, slasher films inspired by the cornerstone slashers of the mid-to-late seventies. The horrors of the 50s reflected cultural fears of science creating new
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Winchester Mystery House announced today All Hallows’ Eve, an all-new estate-wide Halloween event with both indoor and outdoor tours kicking off on Friday, September 10th. Tickets are on sale. All Hallows’ Eve features the “Lost in the House Tour”, a theatrical paranormal investigative adventure and the family-friendly Jack O’ Lantern Trail. The Winchester Mystery House
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Originally announced last year, Neil Marshall (Dog Soldiers, The Descent) will be following up his brand new horror movie The Reckoning with The Lair, a fresh horror project that’ll bring Marshall back into the world of creatures. It was announced tonight that filming is currently underway in Hungary and that The Lair will star Jonathan Howard (Marvel’s Thor: The Dark World, Skylines, Warner Bros.’ Godzilla
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True to its name, a documentary documents a subject and provides an examination of it in the process. Horror documentaries usually offer insight, analysis, and context for various aspects of the genre, either on a broad or niche scale. Hail to the Deadites doesn’t seek to provide any new details or analysis of the Evil Dead franchise but instead
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Welcome back to Anime Horrors – a column dedicated to exploring new and classic works of anime and manga.  Godzilla adapted into an anime – animated by studio Bones nonetheless- sounds like an excellent idea. Given the release of Godzilla vs. Kong earlier this year, Godzilla: Singular Point comes at a perfect time to satiate the need
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The virtual edition of the San Diego Comic-Con has come to an end, which means it’s time to set our sights on Halloweentime! “The Simpsons” had its own panel where they revealed this fall’s episode of “Treehouse of Horror” will carry five stories instead of the typical three. In fact, they went as far as
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