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Popcornflix Powers Streaming Platform App!

The now newly enhanced Popcornflix streaming service, launched by Crackle Plus, a Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment Inc. company, is now running on a streaming and advertising platform made and powered by SeaChange International, Inc. The company has recreated Popcornflix service with a brand-new look and feel and an all-new streaming experience for the site’s users.


Hush (2016): A Review

In just about every scary movie, there is always one common takeaway; silence is key, and if you’re quiet enough, you might just survive. But what happens when you can’t hear the gravel under your feet, or the glass breaking in the next room, or the sound of footsteps across wood floors?


CosplayFlex Available At Hobby Lobby Stores Nationwide

If you love cosplaying and making your own costumes for Halloween, then your passion is about to become more accessible. The material known as Cosplayflex is a popular one-of-a-kind thermoplastic used by creators to make homemade costumes.


Splinter (2008): A Review

A young couple and the criminals who have taken them hostage must put their animosities aside to escape a killer unlike anything they could have imagined. Unfortunately, they are far from help, no one is coming, and the thing that lurks is only getting bigger. This is Splinter, a 2008 horror starring Shea Whigham, Paulo Costanzo, and Jill Wagner.


Kate Mara and Adam Scott Podcast Movie: Ghostwriter

As announced on September 16, actors Kate Mara and Adam Scott have signed on to star in Ghostwriter, a new psychological thriller from Cadence13’s new podcast division, C13 Features. This comes following the announcement of C13 Features’ inaugural podcast production, Treat, starring Kiernan Shipka.


Phantasm (1979): A Review and Opinion

Phantasm, directed by Don Coscarelli, is a science fiction horror film from 1979 that revolves around two brothers and the mystery surrounding a figure known only as the Tall Man.

Psychology of Psycho

The Psychology of Psycho (1960): An Opinion Piece

The character of Norman Bates was inspired by the infamous killer, Ed Gein. Many die-hard horror fans may recognize this name. It is the same man who inspired the creations of Leatherface (Texas Chainsaw Massacre), Buffalo Bill and Hannibal Lecter (Silence of the Lambs), and various other terrifying characters.

Dog Soldiers

Dog Soldiers (2002): A Review

Dog Soldiers is a 2002 action horror film and Neil Marshall’s (The Descent 2005, Hellboy 2019) directorial debut. Set in the Scottish Highlands, a team of six soldiers led by Sergeant Wells (Sean Pertwee) and Private Cooper (Kevin McKidd) drop into the wilderness for a training exercise against a special forces team led by Captain Ryan (Liam Cunningham).