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Disney Pre-9/11 Video Vault: Hocus Pocus

It's been far too long since the last Disney Pre-9/11 Video Vault--last November, actually! Not to pat myself on the back too much, but I think I picked the perfect film to cover this time around. Disney has recently announced its plan to remake a favorite amongst Millennials specifically for the Disney Channel. But isn't every pre-9/11 Disney… Continue reading Disney Pre-9/11 Video Vault: Hocus Pocus

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1990 to Now, A Perspective on Horror Films by the Decade: Part III of V

The 2000s By: Eddie Caiazzo Why didn’t the year 2000 have any movies named in this survey? Unfortunately, the Y2K hysteria was scarier than any horror movies released that year. We’ll leap right over the first year in the decade straight into 2001, where some asbestos removal guys get to work on the Danvers State… Continue reading 1990 to Now, A Perspective on Horror Films by the Decade: Part III of V

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1990 to Now, A Perspective on Horror Films by the Decade: Part II of V

I don’t know why, but November was a popular month for horror in 1990. The three films named in this survey released that year resided in the month of November. Tim Curry as “Pennywise the Clown” would scare a generation of youngsters in the TV miniseries based on Stephen King’s 1986 best-selling novel IT. To… Continue reading 1990 to Now, A Perspective on Horror Films by the Decade: Part II of V

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1990 to Now: A Perspective on Horror Films by the Decade, Part 1

There are so many reasons to be a fan of horror movies right now.  Hollywood has already to date released nine films on the big-screen that carry the official genre-filtering title when trying to purchase tickets online.  John Squires of Bloody Disgusting reported back on February 6 that five out of the top 10 highest-grossing… Continue reading 1990 to Now: A Perspective on Horror Films by the Decade, Part 1

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Weekend Horror Flick Viewing 10/28

This is it! The final weekend before Halloween and you need to give some love and attention to the classics. The classic horror flicks had the ability to send chills up your spine without all of the special effects and gore that is used in modern horror movies. No other voice delivers the chills quite… Continue reading Weekend Horror Flick Viewing 10/28

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Weekend Horror Flick Viewing (10/20): ‘Member Berry Edition

This was certainly an interesting endeavor and I thank all of those who participated. Last week I asked around for people’s favorite horror movie between 1990- 2002. The variety of responses was surprising, I thought Scream was going to be the top pick by a landslide, it wasn’t. Funny note, I posted a status on… Continue reading Weekend Horror Flick Viewing (10/20): ‘Member Berry Edition

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Weekend Horror Flick Viewing (10/13)

The week is coming to a close and I did my homework for you again. I took to the wonderful world of Reddit and raised this questions; which flick is the best horror remake of all time? The results are in! This week is all about the remake baby! This remake extravaganza will go as follows:… Continue reading Weekend Horror Flick Viewing (10/13)

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31 Reasons to See Rob Zombie’s 31

I decided to do this listicle as a personal challenge to myself. Full disclosure, Rob Zombie has become a bit much and his films have essentially jumped the sharknado. House of 1000 Corpses and Devil's Rejects gave us a taste of something new and interesting--a modern take on the B-Horror flick. But now that the genre has… Continue reading 31 Reasons to See Rob Zombie’s 31