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Horror Movie Moments That Genuinely Scared Me: Part 2

My earliest horror memories are not of being scared by the movies, but rather 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 hand […]

The Most Awesome Images of the Week: 2/9-FRIDAY THE 13TH!

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 I’ve stumbled across on the internet this week. So let’s get right to it, shall we?! Today brings good news and better news. The good news […]

My 5 Favorite Horror Movie Performances of 2014

As we already discussed at length here on Halloween Love, 2014 was a damn fine year for horror – on the indie front, at least. In addition to a handful of exceptional films, there were also incredible performances aplenty, proving that horror and bad acting don’t always go hand-in-hand. Now that we’re in the final […]

2014: The Year That VOD Horror Reigned Supreme

Depending on who you ask, this year’s horror output was either awful or exceptional. For those who only watch movies outside of the home, it was awful. But for those who prefer to stay indoors and nestle up on the couch like hermits, horror was downright exceptional in 2014. There was a time, not all […]

Five 2014 Horror Movie Moments I’m Thankful For

While it’s a bit too early to write a ‘Best Of 2014’ list, as not everything has come out and I haven’t yet completely caught up on all that this year has had to offer, we are nevertheless approaching the end of the year, which means it’s about time to start looking back. Today, on […]

To Stream or Not to Stream? The Taking of Deborah Logan (2014)

This past Tuesday saw the DVD release of The Taking of Deborah Logan, which marks the directorial debut of Adam Robitel. Oddly enough, it had already hit Netflix’s instant streaming service by that point, proving that those of us with a membership have truly got it made. In the film, which is of that beloved […]