Horror News

Halloween Horror Nights 29 (Orlando) Kicked off this year and I couldn’t be more enthusiastic. A quick overview of this year is that they’ve upped the ante with 10 killer houses, 5 manic scare-zones and 2 shows that will send a shiver down your spine. I like to start off by saying that I am an HHN veteran that has gone every year since 2002. It is my Christmas, but, I am not scared to
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It’s always tough to try and tackle something that has been done countless times and is seen as such an iconic staple in the horror genre, but the creators of SHERLOCK for the BBC seem to be on the right track if the new trailer that came out is any indication.  The trailer for the three part series which stars Claes Bang in the titular role of Count Dracula is not short on its amount
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Anomaly – The Rochester Genre Film Festival is thrilled to be hosting the first U.S. screening of the brand-new holiday horror anthology DEATHCEMBER on Sunday, November 10, followed by an in-person Q&A with three of its filmmakers. The first cinematic advent calendar, DEATHCEMBER contains 24 terrifying visions by 24 international genre directors, ready to fill your holiday season with a festive bloodbath of mirth and delight. This U.S. preview screening will be the first chance
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We always see carbon copies of big studio movies come out, especially from The Asylum but never in recent memory have two major horror entities tackled a similar subject like this.  The writers of The Conjuring, Chad and Carey Hayes, are going to be working on a franchise – yes I said franchise – surrounding the haunted mansion from American Horror Story: Coven, The LaLaurie Mansion in New Orleans. For those unfamiliar with one of
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Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: George Romero and Dario Argento’s modern takes on two of Edgar Allan Poe’s classic short stories, “The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar” and “The Black Cat,” both set in Pittsburgh in the 1990s. REVIEW: Review-I am a bit of a literature nerd (I have a degree in English and have taught middle and high school Language Arts courses in the past. Now that’s a scary thought, huh?) and have
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