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Gunpowder & Sky’s SUMMER OF 84 by RKSS (Turbo Kid)

Gunpowder & Sky’s SUMMER OF 84 (You may be familiar with the classic, TURBO KID.) brings you this exciting new film. If you have followed old-school horror and slasher films. You will definitely enjoy this film. The film is written by: Matt Leslie and Stephen J. Smith. It is directed by RKSS: Anouk Whissell, Francois Simard, Yoann-Karl Whissell. “Even serial …

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The Most Horrifying Opening Scenes (You Should Totally See!)

Stabbings. Stranglings. Ghastly dolls. Anxiety-fueled phone calls. Bludgeonings. Chases. Unseen terrors. There’s no single recipe to cook up a horrifying opening scene. Some tease you with scares before blasting you with the horror. Others gut punch you with the horror right away. The greatest opening scenes do have one thing in common. They make a promise to the viewer. This …

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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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Luis Buñuel

While the commercial form of genre cinema was being shaped, first in Germany in the twenties and then Hollywood in the thirties, it was receiving a rather different kind of input from several non-commercial intellectual filmmakers in Europe. Yet it was not so very long before the influence of the artistic movement of surrealism was making its way into the …

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Horrifying History: Part 4 – Peter Bogdanovich’s Targets

Originally this installment was going to cover 1968’s TARGETS and 1931’s M. But these were too hefty for one piece so we’ll just stick with Targets—an overlooked film that you must see, inspired by a nightmarish event we shouldn’t forget. In 1966, Peter Bogdanovich was a film critic and cinema junkie with visions of directing. A chance meeting with producer/director …

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Exorcism

First Exorcism, I exorcise thee, most vile spirit, the very embodiment of our enemy, the entire specter, the whole legion, in the name of Jesus Christ, to get out and flee from this creature of God. He himself commands thee, who has ordered those cast down from the height of heaven to the depths of the earth. He commands thee, …

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10 Podcasts From Hell

Aside from being something that’s impossible to explain to your grandmother, Podcasts are also one of the most overlooked entertainment options spawned by the Internet. The best ones offer thought-provoking discussions of alternative ideas or showcase left of the dial humor. At their worst they’re the stoned ramblings of bitter fan boys dropping at least two F-bombs in every sentence. …

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