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The roots of one of the most important and influential horror films of all time.
In his first episode uploaded to Vimeo, the Fear Fan tackles the sixth entry in the Friday the 13th series.
Independent production studio Blumhouse needs an intervention.
Full Moon Productions ventures into vampire lore.
What were you expecting this Valentine's day? Roses?
Count Jackula takes you on a stalk through Lover's Lane with his top 10 romantic horror movies.
This episode, the Horror Guru lists his top 10 films of 2015.
When creative people are given complete freedom, amazing things happen.
The pseudo sequel to Ghosthouse, which means they have nothing in common. Also, David Hasselhoff.
Sybil shows how much smarter she is than you with a movie that's more clever than you think it is.
One of the best, most overlooked films in Carpenter's catalog.
The troubled history of what was once the most expensive movie ever made.
Is one of the movie's biggest plot holes an intentional metaphor for that uncomfortable time for boys and girls?
Ursa's new year's resolution? Be a bit more like the ladies in Sister Act. Minus the nunning. That said, more singing (and developing my posse of kick-butt lady friends) seem like good goals.
Strap in for 90 minutes of Lucario's shrieking, shape-shifting cousin from the Unova region. It's Zoroark: Master of Illusions on Pokémonth.
A look at the Ghostbusters series, with a focus on the underrated part 2.
Transcending the confines of time and space, Ash comes face to face with God. Turns out he looks like a reindeer and sounds like a whiny, teenage anime protagonist.
Birdemic with bugs?