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A Witchy Claymation: The Adventures of Peggy & Linda

I love animation in all of its forms, but claymation is certainly my all-time favorite. Seeing 3-dimensional Plasticine people come to life is like breathing life into your favorite childhood toys. It’s just magical. When I realized that my neighbor Brian Shaw also shared a love for claymation films, we immediately agreed to start making

Horror, But Not Horror: More Red Dead Redemption II

Part I | Part II of spooky stuff found in Red Dead Redemption II Wow. I really had no idea. In part I of my exploration of all things creepy in the world of Red Dead Redemption II, I had already beaten the game and done a ton of exploring and mystery-solving, but I had

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The Haunted Mansion (fan-film) Episode #1

Look, it’s pretty simple, I was just a kid who was 9 about to turn 10 in the summer of 1993 when the movie Jurassic Park was released. Every fiber of my being was primed for its arrival. Hell, I was even reading the novel by Michael Crichton to get my proverbial fix before the

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The Haunted Mansion — Fan Film Trailer

Greetings friends, my name is N.R. Van Slambrouck and I, as much as anybody, want to see the long, oft-rumored Guillermo del Toro Haunted Mansion film. But I think there are several financial reasons why it may not ever happen. In my dismay at thinking the only Haunted Mansion-related film we would ever be privy

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Confessions of a Puppeteer

Ever wonder how creatives do what they do? Or even how some of us come up with this stuff? I am a puppeteer, but like to think of myself more as an illusionist. I like to create the illusion that the personas I create are very much their own little souls. One of the many

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Rändi Fay — “Supernatural”

Hi Halloween Lovers! I would love to share my “other-worldly” new song and video, “Supernatural,” with the followers of Halloween Love. It feels a perfect fit for those who are attracted to the mysterious and mesmerizing! “Supernatural” is about the surreal chemistry of love and desire, and the intense magic of it when equally-matched. I

Home for the Holidays: The Proto-Slasher that Came Before Black Christmas

Here’s the deal, there aren’t a lot of great holiday horror films. One of the hands down best, a genuine classic, is Bob Clark’s seminal proto-slasher, Black Christmas. Released in 1974, Black Christmas set the stage for slashers years to come, including little Mikey Myers and his numerous rampages on Halloween night. Yes, Black Christmas

Challenge Week #4 – 31 Films. 31 Days. Happy Halloween!

In celebration of Samhain, a lot of horrorphiles have turned to lining up epic lists of 31 horror films for all 31 days of October. I’ve never actually done this myself as, to be quite honest, I watch horror films all year long. However, with work and numerous other responsibilities getting in the way, I

Razor Blades in the Apple: Urban Myth or Deadly Fact?

Halloween is right around the corner! You’ve hopefully selected your costume and are prepared to enter the Halloween Love Costume Contest. You’re likely excited for all the parties you have lined up, but if you’re a parent, there may be something less cheerful weighing on your mind: poisoned candy or candied apples stuffed with razor

Forgotten Scares is Here to Remind You of a Few Things

The film, Cub, burst onto the festival scene in 2014, wowing critics and fans alike. It was also successful in its homeland of Belgium where critics called it “the first Flemish Belgian horror film”. It turns out that’s not exactly correct, and horror journalist turned director, Steve De Roover, is here to set the record