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10 Year Anniversary: A Look Back at Horrornews.net, the Tech, and Where We Are!

July of 2018 brings (HNN) Horrornews.net into its remarkable 10th year. I do say remarkable as the web site and direction has undergone many iterations and personal changes over the years. Though that really is not surprising as writing for a web site is something that takes time, patience, an understanding of the genre, and an ability to make time …

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Top 10 Facts About Jason Voorhees

When one thinks about horror franchises, Friday the 13th will never stray far from the path of classic terror.  While Jason Voorhees is known for his high death count and bloodthirsty machete, there are some facts that still surprise moviegoers about one of our favorite masked killer years later. Jason Was Almost Named Josh The creator of Jason, Victor Miller, …

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The 3 Best, and Only, Thanksgiving Themed Horror Movies

Snow has started to fall in some states around the country and department stores have begun their annual Christmas sales. But wait, isn’t there another holiday between now and Christmas? Something about Pilgrims and Indians? Thanksgiving is slowly becoming the forgotten holiday, but not to worry, because I have compiled a list of the best Thanksgiving themed horror films to …

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Evolution of Science Fiction in Television: MST3K

MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATRE 3000 One Man. Four robots. Hundreds of really bad Sci-Fi B-movies………pure comedic gold. On November 24, 1988, we watched in horror and laughed out loud with Joel, Crow T. Robot, Gypsy, Tom Servo, and Cambot at such cinematic gems as Manos: The Hands Of Fate and The Brain That Wouldn’t Die. This American cult television series kept …

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Dead Gremlin

In the bog, there is a horror writer who doesn’t know he’s a horror writer. There’s a great deal of paranoia involved when writing the paranormal. As I type one letter at a time, I feel as if my soul starts to empty into the computer. Time becomes irrelevant. It may take me an hour just to type one sentence …

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