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Favorite Monsters Poll and Photo Gallery

The old black-and-white Frankenstein and Dracula–victims themselves of their respective fates–seem to cut almost romantic figures compared to more modern movie terrors, like hockey-mask wearing, axe-wielding psycho killers, or murderous, sadistic toys.  Who your favorites are says something about…

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Goblin Up Argento

My Dario Argento radar continues to scan the internet for any news about his upcoming The Third Mother, but information has been relatively scarce despite the fact that (according to music composer Claudio Simonetti’s latest website post) both the…

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Ferris Bueller: John Hughes and Chicago

 John Hughes’ family moved to the Chicago suburbs when he was in 7th grade, and he attended the very same high schools that are depicted in his movies. “Chicago is what I am,” said Hughes. “A lot of Ferris…

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This Week In Theaters: Vacancy and The Tripper

Two new genre films compete for your hard-earned tax refund, but you’re going to have to look for one them.  Here’s what you can look forward to: Of the two, Vacancy has the bigger release and is getting decent reviews…

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The Blues Brothers

This 1980 masterpiece realized two dreams in one movie: it brought beloved Saturday Night Live-based characters to the big screen, and (through some of the greatest–and most numerous–musical cameos in film history), it introduced the blues to a brand new…

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Waterland

I don’t know if you’ve seen the news, but the Northeast is currently covered in rainy rain, and the streets are writhing with those weird half-goat half-fish things.  Informed watercooler tip: They don’t actually eat cans, they just like the…

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Hear Angel Trumpets and Devil Trombones

Nothing sounds quite like a good horror film. It’s not just the scary music, mind you. There’s literally something in the air — an atmosphere, if you will — that permeates the soundscapes of the scariest horror classics. The…

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Happy Friday the 13th!

As Todd has mentioned, today is Friday the 13th, traditionally the unluckiest day of the year, but for Paramount Pictures it used to be a rather lucky day indeed.  Back in 1980, they released the original Friday the 13th…

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Horror News Roundup: We’ll Stop Talking About Grindhouse When You Go See It

What a difference a week makes: After its disappointing opening last weekend, they’re now talking about cutting Grindhouse into two different movies and adding the "missing reels" back into the movie.  A longer Death Proof is fine by us….

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The Blues Brothers: Killer Cameos

They had bad-boy leading men (see: Burt Reynolds in The Cannonball Run), ridiculous chase scenes (see: any given moment in It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World), and some of the most convoluted logic ever to hit the big…

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