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Video Madness: Living Spider Mass

I know more than a few folks who would lose their Sh*t if they bumped into this living nightmare. Daddy Long Legs are really not “that” scary, but gathered together in a mass community coming together fashion and well you got yourself one freaky lil union of legs and crawlers. Originally posted 2016-05-28 12:00:00.

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12 Hardest Working Directors – Part 1

The late James Brown was a human dynamo whose relentless touring schedule earned him the nickname “The Hardest Working Man in Show Business.” But there are some movie directors out there whose untiring work ethic would have earned The Godfather of Soul’s admiration. Admittedly, some of the filmmakers on this list are more notable for the quantity of their work …

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Fatal Films: Ten Movies Haunted by Lethal Tragedies

While researching this list, I came to the wholly unscientific conclusion that the most dangerous movie sets for performers and crew members are those for sword-and-sandals movies, followed by aviation flicks. Strangely, not a lot of search hits came up for accidents and deaths associated with horror movies, unless the comic VAMPIRE IN BROOKLYN (see below) qualifies. This is by …

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15 of Horror’s Best Quotable Lines

What makes horror such a great genre for movies, television, literature, and anything else you can think of? In a word: versatility. Horror isn’t always defined by gore and death, but rather the feeling of doom, gloom, and dread. It can be funny just as well as terrifying. Our little niche of cinematic and media bliss has given us great …

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Top 5 Horror Movie Franchises Ever

With any horror film that strikes a chord with the audience and has them flocking to the theatres, it is always tempting to build on the successes of the first film and make a sequel, or two, or three and the next thing you know you have a full blown franchise on your bloodied hands. While many don’t quite carry …

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My Favorite Horror Books of 2010

Now for my annual list of my favorite books from 2010. I managed to read 56 books this year, basically one a week. That is along with various magazines that I manage to squeeze in also; Diabetic Forecast; Home Theater Magazine, Cemetery Dance, Morpheus Tales etc. Also, along with spending time with the amazing new woman in my life, working …

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The Top Ten Taglines in Horror Film History

Greetings my little lambs, make yourselves comfortable as I take you through a collection of one of the most defining aspects of the horror genre: the tag line. Over the years we’ve been given the gifts of gore, screams, and maniacal laughter, but we’ve also been granted some of the most intriguing film teasers in film history. Sometimes we hear …

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Kirk gets Spooky: Six Bizzare Horror Movies Starring William Shatner

As a young actor just starting out—years before STAR TREK (TOS)—William Shatner seemed to have a taste for roles that veered into the otherworldly or the macabre. His early filmography includes one episode of ONE STEP BEYOND, two episodes of the original TWILIGHT ZONE, one episode of the original OUTER LIMITS, and two episodes of Boris Karloff’s early 60s anthology …

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Horror Equity Fund Inc., (HEF) Announce New Craig Singer and Robert Dean Klein Collaboration

Filmmakers Craig Singer & Robert Dean Klein team up with Horror Equity Fund Inc. for new movie, THE BLOCK Beverly Hills April 2018: Horror Equity Fund, Inc. (HEF) is pleased to announce that award-winning filmmakers Robert Dean Klein (writer, screenplay) and Craig Singer (director, story) have come together to create the thriller film “The Block”. CEO Marlon Schulman, CCO Brian …

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