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Travis Walton: Story of the Movie Fire in the Sky

Who doesn’t love aliens? Travis Walton sure does, as is evident in his book ‘The Walton Experience’ (1978), which has since been adapted into a film called ‘Fire In The Sky’, directed by Robert Lieberman (The X-Files), starring D.B. Sweeney and Robert Patrick. Tinfoil hats at the ready, as the book is based on an alleged true alien abduction story …

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Potentially Great Horror Films with Endings that Didn’t Make Sense

You know the situation. You’re watching a horror film and it’s absolutely amazing; great cast, amazing acting, thrilling plot. You’re preparing for the immense ending… …but it turns out to be awful and ruins the film with it not making any sense. It’s the worst feeling in the world, almost like the film crew have betrayed your trust in them …

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Unsettling Short Films You Can’t Miss!

Short films are perhaps the most criminally overlooked elements of essential horror viewing and are becoming increasingly relevant, with them being able to reach audiences online that standard length horror films cannot. The true beauty of short films of any genre is their ability to condense a breadth of ideas, emotions, characters, etc. into a mere few minutes and in …

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About Billy Milligan: The Living Inspiration for the Movie Split

One of the most talked about films of 2016 has been the critically acclaimed M. Night Shyamalan’ spectacle ‘Split’, a horror/thriller crossover which tells the story of Kevin, a man with 23 personalities who abducts 3 teenage girls and holds them captive in a small room in what appears to be an apartment complex. Gradually throughout the film, we start …

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The Amityville Horror: Today 40 Years After The Book

It has always been very odd to see a horror franchise break into the mainstream so prevalently, but 40 years later, The Amityville Horror is still strong as ever, resting in the pit of people’s trauma and festering forever in horror literature and cinema. Spanning over 18 films, including 11 direct-to-video entries, 6 theatrical releases and 1 made-for-TV film, The …

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Paranormal Documentaries that Really Scared Us

The realm of paranormality is one which has been explored vastly within the horror community, remaining as one of the most universally loved topics within horror. Of course, as little children, most of you reading will recall telling your friends ghost stories that you had made up or that had been passed down to you through generations, scaring yourselves and …

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Top Apocalyptic Horror Movies Worth Seeing!

Especially since the creative genius of zombie master George A Romero, the popularity of post-apocalyptic horror films has exacerbated intensely and has spawned its own cult fan base, with films ranging from zombies, chemical explosions and simply the end of the world as we know it. Whether you’re a fan of zombie flicks, natural disaster films or simply barbaric anarchist …

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Top Horror Movie Sex Scenes

Perhaps everyone’s secret favourite horror movie cliche, sex scenes have dominated decadent B-movie horror sleaze from the ‘80s onwards. Of course, if you’re in a horror movie and take part in such scenes, you’re almost guaranteed to be killed during these scenes, which is what makes horror sex scenes so much better than any old romantic comedy scene. Who doesn’t …

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Most Uncomfortable Horror Movie Scenes To Sit Thru- Part 2

More “Most Uncomfortable Horror Movie Scenes To Sit Thru” – More madness to scar your psyche! Human Centipede 2 – Centipede up the ass This film needs absolutely no introduction as its notoriety has ingrained itself forever within the film industry. It’s shocking to see how the original film actually gained such a rabid cult following, but two sequels came …

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