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[Creator Corner]

Bill Rebane and His Shooting Ranch

Gleason, Wisconsin has a population of roughly 200 people and growing up, I was one of them. It’s a town where the family farm still struggles to survive and you have to make the 15-mile trip into the “city” for groceries and school. In short, it’s not an area people generally move to. But a

Cam Explained

Nothing supernatural is going on in Netflix’s new horror movie Cam. No ghosts in the machine or doppelgangers it turns out. However, it’s not science fiction either, a “what if” as our technology continues to evolve. No, what’s most terrifying about what happens in Cam is that technically, everything that we see happen is already

Pre-order the WNUF Halloween Special Sequel Now!

If you never saw the first WNUF Halloween Special, remedy that immediately (or we’ll revoke your Halloween fan card): Watch on Amazon (it was available on Netflix and Shudder previously, but Amazon is the easiest remaining option now) Then, after you finish watching it and inevitably love it, or if you were already a fan

Let’s Purge!

Wow, am I out of the loop. I had only seen the first one, The Purge (2013), and now I’ve just watched the prequel, The First Purge (2018), but I did not realize how much of a horror franchise it had become: The Purge (2013) The Purge: Anarchy (2014) The Purge: Election Year (2016) The

[Creator Corner]

Pride 2018: Reflecting on Making 0 Feet Away

As much as I am a horror fan, I am just slightly a different person when it comes to my filmmaking. What I have to say may be different from the filmmakers I admire and the movies I love. I have my passions about the stories I want to tell and my anxieties that I

[Guest Post]

Make it to the Sequel: Horror and the Fight for Survival

I have a dark sense of humor. I once joked that if I woke up in a Saw trap, I wouldn’t play the game… I would just give up. I couldn’t see myself chopping off an arm or putting myself through some other bodily harm in hopes of making it out alive. Then again, I’ve

[Guest Post]

Horror and the Communal Experience

What is it about seeing something so scary we have to show it to our friends? Or maybe you’re too scared to see it alone and you have to drag someone along? This is not a new phenomenon, but it’s still a curious one. Depending who you see a horror movie with, it creates a

[Guest Post]

In Love and Horror

If surviving a horror film wasn’t tough enough – try being in love as well. Love is not always an easy matter, whether it’s finding love, maintaining a relationship, or overcoming a breakup. But serial killers or evil entities don’t consider this when executing their massacres (unless they’re manipulating you and your partner, or the

[Guest Post]

Why I Choose To Get Scared

Since this is a little bit of an introductory piece for me, I figured, why not start at the beginning? Scream famously asked: “What’s your favorite scary movie?“ I want to recall how and why I got into horror and what it means to me now, and what I would like to see coming from

Tales From The Blake – Issue #3

Hello everyone and welcome to another edition of Tales From The Blake, where I discuss happenings and such that are currently going on in the horror genre and possibly share a small story from childhood. This week’s issue, though, is totally a review roundup. I’ll give you my verdict about some recently released horror films