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A Slow Walk to the Tombs of the Blind Dead (1972)

Tombs of the Blind Dead (1972) stands alongside Night of Walpurgis (1970) and The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue (1974) as one of Spain’s most iconic horror films. The depiction of creepy, sightless walking corpses who must find their victims through sound evokes the excellent A Quiet Place (2018), another film relying on visionless creatures to build tension. The optic …

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How is the Horror Genre Adapting to the Live Streaming Craze?

Live streaming has been the biggest technological development in recent history, and it has changed the face of entertainment massively. The platform has opened the door to new horror experiences, allowing people to find shocks and scares in a new way from home. This could act as a stepping stone toward horror experiences in virtual reality when that platform becomes …

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Summer Horror Book List 2022

While some of you are getting ready to watch the latest horror on your favorite streaming service, there are others that rather absorb their horror through a different means. For those horror readers out there, we bring to you a list of books and other publications that will make your summer horror experience just as fun and maybe even scarier. …

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10 Best Browser Horror Games to Spook Your Friends

Some people play first-person shooters, others prefer to play free slots, but perhaps everyone loves horror games. Games in the horror genre are gaining popularity literally before our eyes. We can argue about the reasons for this popularity, but it is due to the fact that the atmosphere of fear does not need advanced technology and exorbitant requirements for hardware. …

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Obscure Horror Games You Haven’t Played Yet

If you’re a die-hard horror fan, you’ve probably played your fair share of blood-curdling horror games. You might have already clocked the horror classics, whether it’s the Call of Cthulhu series or the gloriously gory Left4Dead shoot ’em ups. If you’ve done all of the big names and are looking for something a little bit different, we have got you covered. From surprisingly spooky …

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What We Know So Far About Resident Evil’s New Live-Action Series

It has been a little over six months since the release of Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City, but Netflix is already getting ready to release a new live-action series inspired by Capcom’s smash-hit video game franchise, Resident Evil. Netflix officially confirmed works on a Resident Evil series back in August 2020 but has kept the project under a lot …

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Best Independent Horror Film Studios Worth Your Attention

For several years now, horror films have crowded out comedies, blockbusters, and iconic franchises at the global box office. And nothing can be compared with a good horror movie, raising up your adrenaline more than playing online blackjack with real money. Who is responsible for all our goosebumps? Undoubtedly, we are talking about horror film studios, and some of the …

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The Sword and the Sorcerer and the Horror(s)

The Sword and the Sorcerer (1982) sometimes appears in horror movie resource books, despite being a “fantasy” film. Maybe including the film is appropriate. Fantasy often serves a mix-and-match genre, with horror creatures finding their way into a sword-and-magic tale. The marketing and distribution team that cut the epic theatrical and TV trailers stressed frightening horror elements – witches, deformed …

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