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Halloween 2016 Countdown : 31 Years Of Horror – 2011

31 days. 31 years. 5 movies per year! That’s the challenge a good friend presented me with recently, and I NEVER back down from a challenge! (well, nearly never!) Every day through October I will be pondering and revealing my 5 favorite horror and monster movies from 1985 right up to 2016. When I was

Halloween 2016 Countdown : 31 Years Of Horror – 2000

31 days. 31 years. 5 movies per year! That’s the challenge a good friend presented me with recently, and I NEVER back down from a challenge! (well, nearly never!) Every day through October I will be pondering and revealing my 5 favorite horror and monster movies from 1985 right up to 2016. When I was

How Final Destination Reinvented the Modern Slasher Film

The one-two punch of Halloween and Friday the 13th, released just two years apart, is credited for kick-starting the American slasher movement, though the sub-genre’s roots date back even further than 1978. Post-Friday the 13th, Wes Craven reinvented slasher cinema with A Nightmare on Elm Street in 1984, and he did much the same thing

Meeting Death : My Ten Most Memorable Final Destination Movie Moments

There was a time when I didn’t care much for the Final Destination movies, and to be honest I still don’t have any kind of strong passion for them. BUT, I recently watched the entire series in order, and the one thing that really stands out is the sheer inventiveness involved and the sense of

Five X-Files Episodes That Were Never Made

It was over 20 years ago that the very first episode of The X-Files premiered on Fox, which was followed up by a whopping 201 more. The popular show ran for an impressive nine seasons, making it – at the time – the longest running consecutive science fiction series ever on U.S. broadcast television. Naturally,