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Adolph Caesar: The Voice from Hell

As much as I love a good horror movie, especially a gory one with no socially-redeeming-value whatsoever, I may love a good horror trailer even more. At their best, these brief previews can allow us to enjoy all the most exciting parts of a movie without having to sit though all the extraneous plot and

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Remembering Wes Craven: Horror’s Greatest Game-Changer

Imagine changing the game, as an artist, once in your life. Now imagine changing it multiple times, in several different decades. One man did that. His name was Wes Craven. It often takes many years, and many movies, for a filmmaker to establish himself on the scene, but Wes Craven cut right to the chase


Exclusive Interview: One Way Static Records’ Sebastiaan Putseys

As I sit here writing up this post, my house is filled with the soothing sounds of Roberto Donati’s soundtrack to the insanely gory 1981 Italian horror flick Cannibal Ferox, a.k.a. Make Them Die Slowly. It’s the latest vinyl offering from One Way Static Records, one of the leading companies in the recent resurgence of


California Art Gallery Pays Tribute to the Legacy of Wes Craven

To avoid fainting, keep repeating… It’s only an art exhibit… It’s only an art exhibit.. It’s only an art exhibit. While there’s no denying that Wes Craven isn’t exactly the filmmaker he once was, there’s also no denying that it quite frankly doesn’t even matter. Craven has given us some of the very best horror