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Pumpkinhead, A Review

Witchcraft and spooky stories in the dark… nothing screams Halloween more. “Pumpkinhead,” originally released in 1988, mixes good ol’ fashioned witchcraft with a horror film that was influenced by folk stories around the Appalachian region.

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The Ring (1998), A Review

“The Ring” (1998) is the first film in a series of sequels. Hideo Nakata is the inspired director. He likewise brought horror fans, “Dark Water” (2002).

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8 Horror Reading Recommendations

“House of Leaves” (2000) by Mark Z. Danielewski is a fantastic novel with a surreal feel, as you are reading it… find out which other books are recommended…

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Us (2019), A Review

As experienced through the famous film directed by Jordan Peele, “Get Out” (2017), his newest film “Us,” released in 2019 brings unnerving, stressful, and bloody scenes to the audience,


Misery, A Review

With the film, “Misery,” what makes it so great overall is the suspense, the way that the film keeps getting darker and darker…

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Horror Films You May Need a Shower After

Horror is a genre literally defined by fear and discomfort. It is a common phenomenon to throw on a cartoon or something comforting after particularly harrowing films, but some are just on another level.

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Our story begins in November of 1991, after a heinous crime has been committed – an Olyphant College student has been killed by the hands of a campus serial killer.

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Socially Acceptable Zombies

Zombies are commonly stereotyped as slow moving, unthinking undead. In recent decades, zombies went from “not us, dangerous at all times, kill on sight,” to tolerated yet often closeted functional members of society.

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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.