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Blood And Moonlight : Let Me Tell You Why I Love Manhunter So Much

Manhunter is one of my earliest memories of watching a film that was FAR too mature in content to be unfolding before my eyes (I think I was about 12-13 years old), but it’s also one of the most perfect examples of my young self being exposed to the sort of quality filmmaking that would […]

Love To Hate : The Greatest Horror Movie A-Holes Vol. 1

Horror movies have heroes and killers – good vs bad, it’s a package deal and we tend to love them both with equal passion. They also have a rich history of scumbags, those characters who float between categories and stand out from the crowd because of it. They are the type of people we spend […]

Horror Movie Moments That Genuinely Scared Me: Part One

My earliest horror movie memories are not of being scared by the movies, but simply having a whole lot of fun watching them. I fell in love with Freddy Krueger at a pretty young age, perhaps younger than one should be at the time of delving into the genre, and I can count on one […]

Things That Go Bump : Night Vision Reveals A Darkness Phobia Movie List

It’s time for another very real fear/phobia and a look at the horror movie moments that sufferers would be wise to avoid. For most people a fear of the dark isn’t about the darkness itself, it’s a fear of what could possibly be hiding within the shadows, unseen and concealed. Horrors created by the imagination. […]

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Bite-sized Birthday Love : Ted Levine

Ted Levine has had a long, varied and distinguished acting career but I’m sorry … the guy will always be Buffalo Bill to me. Horror is full of psychopaths, serial killers, murderers and individuals the movies want you to fear, but every now and then a performance just climbs above the rest and leaves an […]

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Top 5 Films Inspired by Ed Gein

Any time a horror film deals with homicidal rednecks, grave robbers, or cannibals who have perverse relationships with their mothers, you can thank Ed Gein. Gein was a reclusive farmer in Wisconsin who murdered women and crafted suits from their skin. He would also fashion trophies from body parts he scavenged from graveyards. When he […]

The Most Awesome Images Found on Social Media: 3/10-3/14

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 can think of no better way to […]