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Horror in 2015: Evaluations at the Halfway Mark

Ever since the internet was created, horror fans have been bemoaning the current state of the genre. A year never passes by where I don’t see several fans on forums and social media platforms insisting that “horror is dead” and/or “just isn’t what it used to be,” and this year is no exception. The good […]

Movie Review: Eli Roth Presents The Stranger (2015)

The name Eli Roth has become a fairly respected one in recent years, and that’s why you’ll often find it attached to projects that weren’t actually directed by him. After the success of Cabin Fever and Hostel, Roth found himself not just writing and directing but also producing, and films like Clown and The Sacrament […]

Movie Review: Clown (2015)

The origin story of Clown is one that showcases the power of the internet, and the way it has afforded fans unprecedented opportunities in the world of filmmaking. To summarize, director Jon Watts made a same-named faux trailer a few years back, which caught the attention of Eli Roth. So in love with the idea […]

The Most Awesome Images Found on Social Media: 10/27- HALLOWEEN!!

We’ve reached the end of another week – thank god! – which means it’s time to once again take a look at the coolest, weirdest and/or most awesome images that I’ve stumbled across on social media this past week. So let’s get right to it, shall we?! I recently wrote a post here on HL […]

The Most Awesome Images Found on Social Media: 6/30-7/4

We’ve reached the end of another week – thank god! – which means it’s time to once again take a look at the coolest, weirdest and/or most awesome images that I’ve stumbled across on social media this past week. So let’s get right to it, shall we?! First, Leatherface and family spoofed The Breakfast Club […]

Faux Trailer for ‘Clown’ Becomes Real… Horrifyingly Real

Clowns are creepy. Clowns are scary. How do I know this? Because I’m creeped out by them. And because a word was actually created to define people who have a mortal fear of them. I rest my case. Many filmmakers over the years have used the creepiness of clowns as a hook for a horror […]