10 Horror Movie Rumors that Never Took Place (and by the Grace of God Never Will)
People just generally enjoy spreading rumors, especially in the horror movie business.
Iâ€™ve heard a ton of horror flick rumors during my day and while some [...]
We at HorrorNews.net,Â know that tis the season to pull out the Halloween themed greats that focus on the Halloween season itself. There isn’t alotÂ of movies that fit the bill, but these will definitely do the trick. Since Nosferatu (1922) rose from his coffin in GM Munreauâ€™s classic silent movie of Dracula, cinematographers have loved to scare the pants off of their audience.Â No time of the year is better than Halloween to do this, so here … Continue reading
Trailer: Ginger Snaps (2000) This film uses werewolfism as a metaphor for puberty. One of the Fitzgerald sisters, suburban goth girl outcasts, gets bitten by something in the woods (and it ain’t a neighborhood dog).
SYNOPSIS: One of the Fitzgerald sisters, suburban goth girl outcasts, gets bitten by something in the woods (and it ain’t a neighborhood dog). REVIEW: What do lycanthropy & menstruation have in common? An odd question for sure but as presented in the film “Ginger Snaps”, the answer is pretty damn scary. It’s been a dog’s age (Pun unintended) since I’ve seen this flick and I forgot how great it is. The plot tells the story … Continue reading
1. Underworld (2003) Kate Beckinsale kicks major boo-tay in this one. In the film, Selene is something of an exalted vigilante, killing the Lycans (read: fancy word for werewolves; where is the fancy word for vampires?) for the atrocities theyâ€™ve committed against her family. So often when we think of vampires we think Dracula and his many incarnations, but here, finally, is a female vampire with some power. 2. Ginger Snaps (2000) Being a teenaged … Continue reading
Warning: This post contains spoilers for; Friday the 13th, Cry_Wolf, All The Boys Love Mandy Lane, Dead End and Switchblade Romance. In 1980 Friday the 13th slashed and stabbed its way on cinema screens. It continued the success of slasher movies that had become a new horror trend. Films like John Carpenter’s Halloween and Black Christmas had laid the foundations for the sub genre but Friday the 13th did something that is rarely seen in … Continue reading