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Viral Marketing In Horror

Now more than ever, a successful project of any medium hinges on its ability to market itself in an engaging way to the right audiences.

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The Untimely Deaths of Hill House and Bly Manor

What we perceive to be is not entirely what there is to see. Both “The Haunting of Hill House” (2018) and “The Haunting of Bly Manor” (2020) muddy the waters of the circumstances surrounding the deaths of its characters.

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Dracula (2020 TV Series), A Review

The TV series, “Dracula,” originally released in the UK and later released on Netflix, was a limited series remix of Bram Stoker’s novel Dracula set over three episodes.

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Rose Red Miniseries, A Review

It is King’s unique style that sets him apart from other authors in the horror genre. His ability to fabricate horror out of the most mundane is magical.

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Top 10 Horror Film Dads

With Father’s Day at this time of the year, I thought I’d take the time to appreciate the great dads within the horror genre.

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The Rise Of Social-Conscious Horror

The horror genre has seen unbelievable advancements, splitting off into several sub-genres. And, now there is something for every purveyor of the macabre. One of those most interesting sub-genres to arise is the social-conscious horror.

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The Most Dangerous Animal of All, A Review

On the surface, FX ‘s “The Most Dangerous Animal of All” (2020) is another program about an infamous serial killer. But the four-part docu-series is much more than that. It’s about a man who claims to be the son of the infamous Zodiac Killer.