‘Articles’

Series: Kill of the Week! #8 — Keep Away from Pumpkinhead

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Oh, my little freaks and freakettes, I’m so happy. Summer is over, and for the next five weeks or so, it’s our time – official, balls-to-the-wall Halloween time. It’s this time of year that our blood lust is accepted by the world at large and our year-round viewing habits are finally vindicated. Okay. Honestly though. […]

My Horror Roots

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I remember the first horror-like thing I saw: Thriller.  I was young, but MTV was on in our house practically 24-7.  The first time I saw it, it scared me.  The second time, I loved it.

New Music Video from The Bloody Jug Band – “Roadkill Boys”

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Florida swamp-noir stompers The Bloody Jug Band are back with a brand new video. “Roadkill Boys,” one of the strongest tracks from their album Coffin Up Blood (review here) is a slow-burn-to-blister song detailing the lives of those who feed on carrion and death… and the video… well, it features puppets! No worries, fiends… much in […]

10 Things I Would Have In A Monster Squad Style Tree House Horror Hangout!

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I’ve never participated in a blogger challenge / blogger round table before, but, when I saw this one, I just couldn’t pass it up. Johnny Squires, the man behind the genius blog Freddy In Space, threw down a gauntlet in a big, bad way, and it totally excited me to no end. Thus, I present to […]

Dark Side of the Web: “The Night Country”

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As sophisticated digital filmmaking tools become more accessible, they are finding their way into the hands of artists who put them to ever more interesting uses. One particularly fascinating example is “The Night Country” which its creator, Oliver Franklin Anderson, describes as a “horror art web series.”

NEWS: “Lord of Tears” Coming Soon…

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There are many new indie projects that we’re really excited about, but one that particularly caught my eye recently is Lord of Tears. Shot against the backdrop of the Scottish Highlands, the cinematography is absolutely stunning and the atmosphere, while familiar (especially to fans of the sort of films produced by Hammer,) is chilling, nevertheless. It’s a […]

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