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It’s Not 1973 Anymore — But That’s Okay

Growing old is hard. Especially if you’re a horror movie fan. Back when I was the proper age for horror movies — that is, an adolescent – I couldn’t believe how lucky I was to live in a time when…

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J-Horror Invades New York

Where else can you see Pakistani zombies, J-Horror madness, and Chow Yun-Fat all in the same place?  Answer: The 2007 New York Asian Film Festival, a longtime favorite that’s moving to new digs (at the IFC Center) and showing what…

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Cheap Thrills

This started out as a reply to the Gold Standard’s post from earlier today, but  it’s turned into it’s own entry.  We skipped our Box Office Numbers of the Beast column yesterday, since it looked like the results were incomplete,…

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Gore Burnout: Horror Movies Tanking?

Are horror movies seeing a massive slump? A veritable market correction? That’s what the Los Angeles Times thinks. Says the Times, “Last year, the studios released 23 horror movies. This year the tally will be 42, nearly double, and…

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The Last of the Mohicans

The next on air presentation of The Last of the Mohicans is  Friday, June 15 @ 8P | 7C. The juxtaposition of this film’s violent battles among savage Indians with vibrant cinematography — dense forests, towering waterfalls and breathtaking…

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Horror Surfer: “Night” Vampires Come Into View

New trailers are up for The Invasion and 30 Days of Night — this time with more Vampires!…

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In a Hot “Texas Chainsaw” and a Cold “Shining,” It’s the Horror that Matters

“It’s hot in here.” – Barbara in the original Night of the Living Dead Heat or cold: which one is more conducive to horror? Either one, as long as it’s extreme….

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Horror Fest + Horror Jones = Fear

It surprised the hell of out me. I don’t think of The New York Times’ reporters and editors as a bastion of horror film lovers. But in the venerable Sunday edition, the high powered Charles McGrath ‘fessed up to…

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Question of the Week: Which Author’s Name Will Get You Out to the Theater?

One of the next horror events on the schedule is the release of 1408, the latest in the genre of movies featuring John Cusak checking into a hotel.  It’s based on a story by Stephen King about a man…

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Exclusive Interview with Eli Roth: Secret Scream Tecniques in Hostel II

In the premiere episode of our new web video series — "The Horror Department" — Monsterfest went to the opening of Hostel II in New York and talked to the cast and director about what makes a good scream. Want…

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