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Top 10 Horror Films Which Benefit from the Existence of Religion


Well, the title’s pretty simple and self-explanatory this time around, no? Again, these won’t necessarily be the BEST of this example, but the ten movies included here are going to be such that they benefit greatly from the existence of the concept of religion. God or Allah, Buddha or the trees, or even Satan himself all have a part to ...

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The Devil Tree


They say that, sometimes, seeing a ghost is just a matter of situational gravity. The 1995 earthquakes in Kobe, Japan brought with them a wide, broad rash of ghost sightings. So too did the tsunami in Thailand, 2004, and Hurricane Katrina, 2005. Ghost sightings are a dime a dozen at battlefields the world over, and it’s relatively accepted that any ...

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Top 13 Horror Movies that should be remade


Pretty much every hardcore horror fan decries the remake. We have this static notion of what these classic horror movies are, and because they were often done right the first time, we demand that newbies “rent a f*ckin’ movie!” or otherwise cease the feeding of the cash-driven Hollywood machine. The reason it’s done is rather simple: they’re really good stop-gap ...

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Film Review: The New Girls (2009)


SYNOPSIS: N/A REVIEW: One of the most prolific filmmakers on the no-budget scene, the Jim-Van-Bebber-Through-the-Looking-Glass Sonny Fernandez, is at it again, with the entire crew in tow for his latest feature, The New Girls. This time out, we’re dealing with vampires, and…whoa, what? A daytime shot?!? Did that just happen? Yes, yes it did, and that’s a lot of what ...

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List: 13 Road Horror Flicks That (Do or Will) Demand Your Attention


My favorite sub-genre in all of horror isn’t a sub-genre at all, really; it’s just an element. It’s a huge one, though, one that is as much an antagonist in most cases as the monsters, demons and killers themselves. It’s a sickness, a fascination, and like a moth to flame, I’m drawn to horror movies that deal with driving, roads, ...

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