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An American Werewolf in London, A Review

As a staple among werewolf movies, “An American Werewolf in London” (1981) is a Horror-Comedy that epitomizes gruesome violence. It is also a film that takes a bite out of comedy and runs with it in a way that can leave you in stitches.

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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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Many things are hard to explain. In many ways, even the simplest things seem vaguely so, but all seem terrifyingly complex in this mystery novel by Agatha Christie, the queen of horror titled “And Then There Were None” (1939).

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Eyes Without A Face, A Review

“Eyes Without A Face,” is about a surgeon who leaves his daughter’s face disfigured after an experiment goes terribly wrong, so he goes to great lengths to try to find his daughter a new face.

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Is Locke & Key Tongue in Cheek?

Essentially, the story follows the Locke children—Tyler, Kinsey, and Bode—as they move into their father Rendell’s old family estate. It turns out that the house is full of hidden magic keys that allow people to shapeshift, travel through time and space, and even see inside the minds of others.

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Exploring Tropes in Until Dawn

Six years ago, one of the most unique horror games hit the market: “Until Dawn” (2015). Developed by Supermassive Games, and published by Sony, the game offered a unique balance of video game controls and movie storytelling.