Horror

Remember that fan project back in April that aimed to put Ernie Hudson into Ghostbusters on the Sega Genesis? The Ghostbusters: Special Edition is still very much alive, and Ghostbusters News has dropped a little update on the project, which along with the addition of Hudson’s Winston Zeddemore, features a few other goodies. One of
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Although they aim to provoke contrary emotional responses, horror and comedy needn’t be mutually exclusive. Granted, they are strange bedfellows but can pair together nicely under the right circumstances. Indeed, some of our most beloved scary movies also happen to be quite effective rib ticklers. Even if you discount those that occupy the realm of
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Although they aim to provoke contrary emotional responses, horror and comedy needn’t be mutually exclusive. Granted, they are strange bedfellows but can pair together nicely under the right circumstances. Indeed, some of our most beloved scary movies also happen to be quite effective rib ticklers. Even if you discount those that occupy the realm of
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Bitchy, Bickering Bitches. It’s been a pretty wild December, with us covering off-kilter films like the much-maligned Batman & Robin and the not-as-bad-as-you-think Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings. Now for a special holiday treat, we’re covering Herbert Ross‘ 1973 mystery The Last of Sheila, which not only inspired Rian Johnson’s Knives Out (review) and Glass Onion
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Oh, the weather outside is frightful. So, naturally, we’re theming this week’s streaming horror picks around it. There’s something about horror movies set in winter that makes for an added layer of dread. The dreary, sunless skies could be a factor in establishing a grim mood. But it probably has more to do with the
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The year’s robust horror releases aren’t exclusive to movies; it’s also been a banner year for horror on television. 2022 kicked off with the final three episodes of Showtime’s must see “Yellowjackets,“ setting the bar high for horror TV in 2022. In its critically acclaimed wake, other horror shows more than delivered with new seasons
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Bitchy, Bickering Bitches. It’s been a pretty wild December, with us covering off-kilter films like the much-maligned Batman & Robin and the not-as-bad-as-you-think Wrong Turn 4: Bloody Beginnings. Now for a special holiday treat, we’re covering Herbert Ross‘ 1973 mystery The Last of Sheila, which not only inspired Rian Johnson’s Knives Out (review) and Glass Onion
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A holiday as conspicuous as Christmas will undoubtedly attract the most thrills and chills at this time of year. In the past, TV’s genre anthologies have been a remarkable and plentiful source of wintry terror, be that of the Christmas variety or otherwise. The original Twilight Zone submitted the strangest of strange holiday stories, Tales
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This year brought the return of Ghostface, Predator, Pinhead, Michael Myers, and Leatherface. Beyond the franchises, 2022 unleashed an onslaught of new releases that introduced new voices and horror icons to the genre. The indie scene continued to thrive, but horror surprised audiences at the box office more than once. In other words, horror continues
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Acclaimed cinematographer Justin Janowitz has finished post-production on his secretive feature directorial debut Do Not Watch, and we’ve got your first look. The film – which was directed by Janowitz from a screenplay by Ryan Toyama, was shot on location in and around the environs of Los Angeles. Produced by Circa 1888’s JP Ouellette, Dylan
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Madmind Studio has once again done a roundup of their upcoming titles for fans with the MADNIGHT 2023: Horror Showcase. In addition to showing off gameplay for several titles, we now have tentative release dates for long-in-development titles like Tormentor and Paranoid, and even a port of Succubus! Per the MADNIGHT presentation below and the press
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