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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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The Impact Of The Rocky Horror Picture Show

When the film “Rocky Horror Picture Show” was released in 1975, there was no way the directors, producers, or even viewers would understand the impact it would have on the LGBTQ+ community throughout the years.

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Return of the Living Dead, A Review

The story progresses in all the right ways, and it entails nonstop zombie action. It is also important to note that with the essence of 1980’s horror comes dated special effects.

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The Unholy, A Review

Filmed in Sudbury, Massachusetts, the movie is subtle. Cursory comparisons to Father Karras kept jumping to mind. “The Unholy” is not gory; it is scary. Well-placed demons, a few stylized screen effects, and “The Grudge-style” motion graphics tell the story without being overdone.

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10 Queer Horror Films You Should Be Watching

While we have instances where horror films depict fully formed queer characters and get representation right, those occurrences are few and far between. In my opinion, it’s getting better with several films over the last several years giving us a collection of prolific characters and themes.

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Rethinking Fear In “They Look Like People”

This understated 2015 flick is a horror film that’s surprisingly sympathetic to mental health, finding its onset of fear not in Wyatt’s illness itself, but in the consequences that affect him and his friendship.