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Complete List of Monsters That IT Took the Form Of 🎈

I’ve finally finished the book, carefully making note of all the monsters that IT appears as throughout. Hopefully this manages to be the complete, definitive list. Please let me know if I somehow missed anything! Clown Shark (from JAWS — my personal favorite and the fear that IT would use against me) Frankenstein’s Monster Dracula

Let’s Talk About IT 🎈

IT. Oh boy, is there so much I want to talk about. I’ve had so many excited thoughts about IT going on over the past month or so in bits and pieces: the book, the TV movie, and the theatrical movie. Pieces that I might not have enough to say about respectively in order to

Coolest Horror Images of the Week: 9/7-9/13

It’s time once again to take a look at the coolest horror images I’ve stumbled across on the internet in the past week. You didn’t come here for words but rather for photos, so let’s get right to it! Earlier this week, President Obama awarded 21 individuals and organizations for their enduring contributions to the

Coolest Horror Images of the Week: 7/27-8/1

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?! One of the coolest things to come out of this

How Secret Window Made Me Want to Be a Writer

There were a handful of things I wanted to be when I grew up, throughout various stages of my childhood. Like all kids, I used to dream of someday becoming a dinosaur, and when I realized that was just a little bit unattainable, I decided I’d settle for being a professional wrestler. Of course, that

Anthology Rank – Tales from the Darkside: The Movie

Legend has it that George Romero and Laurel Entertainment, after making Creepshow, were keen on the idea of turning the property into a small screen television series, though rights issues prevented them from doing so. Instead, they took the horror anthology format and renamed it Tales from the Darkside, with the Creepshow-inspired series debuting in

2015’s Best April Fools’ Day Horror Pranks

April Fools’ Day is always an interesting 24-hours on the internet, as nearly every site on the web channels its inner Onion and comes up with fake news stories in an attempt to fool readers. It’s hard to trust anything you read on a day like April 1st, and quite frankly it would be wise

Pinfall: The ’Creepshow 2’ Tale That Never Was

Have you ever wondered why the first Creepshow had five tales of terror, while the 1987 sequel only had three? If you answered ‘yes’ to that question, then that’s good, because I’m about to tell you. If, on the other hand, you answered ‘no,’ well, there’s plenty of other fun stuff you can read here

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From Flesh Munchers to Murderous Monkeys: Top 7 George Romero Films

He’s celebrated as the godfather of the contemporary zombie film, but as an auteur of horror, he’s produced several other works that deserve attention, also. Born in New York, Romero came into prominence as an independent filmmaker in Pittsburgh, where he teamed up with the legendary special effects makeup artist Tom Savini. He’s collaborated with