Franchises

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The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Franchise has a Serious Identity Problem

The first four movies in the franchise are canon, then there’s the 2003 remake, a prequel to the remake, and finally things really go off the rails after this, where we now have three separate movies that pull the whole “none of the sequels exist except for the original movie” timeline trick, which has most

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Other Horror Franchises Can’t Fuck with the Chuck

Charles Lee Ray, the “Lakeshore Strangler,” “Chucky,” may in fact be the most popular horror villain of all time. I know I’m going to get some push-back on this, but hear me out. Among hardcore horror fans, this generally isn’t true, where the more popular franchises are Friday the 13th (my personal favorite), Nightmare on

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You Can’t Kill the Franchise Boogeyman

Though they might try. It’s become something of an inside joke for fans and industry professionals, that there would ever really be a “Final” nail in the coffin for any franchise boogeyman, though they seem to try and use that gimmick on us over and over again. Let’s take a quick look at the apparent

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October Needs a New Horror Franchise

Remember back just a few years ago when every October we got a new Paranormal Activity movie? and for nearly a decade before that we got a new Saw movie every Halloween season? Those were great times, some might even say the best of times (okay I don’t know about that, but they were good