horror

The 1968 Kaneto Shindo horror classic ‘Kuroneko’ is out in a beautiful new transfer from The Criterion Collection. Check out this DVD and Blu-ray review.

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The first film in this month’s Horror Remix is 1987′s The Video Dead. It’s poorly acted, and is about a cursed television set that brings forth zombies upon the world. It’s pretty much as fantastic as it sounds.

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Two really cheesy horror flicks that may brighten your Halloween movie-watching this season: The atrociously hilarious ‘Bloody Pit of Horror’ and a ‘Creeping Terror’ that looks like a bunch of gents under a large shag rug.

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PC Treasures makes a series of double-feature DVDs of public-domain films. In honor of the Halloween Horror Marathon, this Seeing Double column features ‘Atom Age Vampire’ and ‘Revolt of the Zombies.’

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Mortensen is out of this world. Watching him pluck the petals off a yellow rose and devour its crunchy interior is something you won’t soon forget.

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A different take on the classic horror anthology — ‘Tales From the Hood’ is like a feature-length collection of films inspired by the video for Snoop Dogg’s “Murder Was the Case.”

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Because Paranormal Activity 3 plays mainly on what we can’t see, your eyes are constantly darting around the camera frame, looking for something strange.

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1974′s Black Christmas is considered a classic, especially due to the fact that so many of it’s tropes have been lifted by films that succeeded it.

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That wild beast Warren Cantrell celebrates the best zombie killers in the history of cinema in this new Top 10 list!

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John Carpenter’s ‘The Thing’ was derided by critics when it came out in 1982 but is now rightly considered somewhat of a horror classic. Here’s why.

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Great care has been taken to not fill ‘The Thing’ remake/prequel thingie full of lame, jittery camera angles and a faster-than-necessary pace, which is nice. But is it too generic?

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George Hickman’s list of the 10 most badass movies that played at 2011′s Fantastic Fest in Austin, TX proves that some great movies can be found underground.

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Top 10 Fantastic Fest Titles Available to Stream on Netflix

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While about 30 percent of the films that have played Fantastic Fest (which starts Thursday Sept. 22 and which I’ll be covering for Scene-Stealers) are available to stream online, and about 50 percent otherwise have a U.S. DVD release, the remaining 20 percent have not been released in the United States at all. Aside from [...]

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Win advance passes to see THE THING in Kansas City!

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