Via B&S About Movies-My Friends Need Killing (1976)

I can’t believe this gutter level exploration of Vietnam came out in 1976. Actually, I can. Exploitation films aren’t afraid to explore the kind of truths that regular films are squeamish about. Gene Kline came back home and spent some time in a mental hospital, but is trying to get things right. He can’t — […]

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Via blackwings666-Discover the Horror: The Book!!!

Since we’ve been talking about new books coming out all this week, I figured it was about time to make my big announcement. After 50+ years in the making (with about 5 of that doing the actual writing), I am proud to announce my first book, coming out this August. Discover the Horror: One Man’s…

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Via Broke Horror Fan-Frankenstein Created Woman will be released on Collector’s Edition Blu-Ray

Frankenstein Created Woman will be released on Collector’s Edition Blu-ray on June 11 via Scream Factory. Mark Maddox designed the new cover art; the original poster will be on the reverse side.Directed by Terence Fisher (The Curse of Frankenstein, Horror of Dracula), the 1967 British horror film is the fourth entry in Hammer’s Frankenstein series.…

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Via CULT FACTION-Preview Man’s Best Friend (Bluray)

Pulse-pounding action and spine-chilling thrills put the bite into this sci-fi shocker Man’s Best Friend starring Ally Sheedy (X-Men: Apocalypse, The Breakfast Club) and Lance Henriksen (Pumpkinhead, Aliens). When an ambitious news journalist (Sheedy) breaks into a genetic research facility, she uncovers the biggest story of her career and unleashes the lab’s most dangerous experiment: […]

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Via B&S About Movies-Warlock Moon (1973)

I always try to think about what movies I’d show together if I did a theme night at a theater. Warlock Moon is the kind of 1970’s weirdness that would pair well with 1972’s Terror House, a cannibal comedy that predates The Texas Chainsaw Massacre for its depiction of a family that eats human beings together. You may know […]

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Via Father Son Holy Gore-“We should have never come to this house”: Freud’s Uncanny & the Modern Gothic in SINISTER

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Scott Derrickson’s SINISTER is more than creepy, it’s an unsettling collision of the Gothic past and a modern world.

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Via We Minored in Film-Rewatching Wes Craven’s The People Under the Stairs: Does it Hold Up?

One of the most memorable lines in Shudder’s Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror is that for black people American history, in general, has been one long horror movie. As a result, the few African American horror movies which do get made often attain a timeless feel through the sad reality that the race […]

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