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Ethan Embry in the EL Katz film Cheap Thrills.

Ethan Embry on Late Phases [Exclusive Interview]

Ethan Embry is an affable ‘every man’ type. He has played in all kinds of films, from major studio blockbusters to smaller indie projects. Regardless of the scope of the production, he alw...

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Overlooked and Underrated: Video Violence

Video Violence is probably the best of the shot-on-video horror sub-genre, which is not great by definition. It’s a different mentality, it’s true no-budget filmmaking and the movies alway...

A Guide to Robert Bloch’s Psycho Trilogy

When you hear the word Psycho, the first two names that come to mind are likely Alfred Hitchcock and Anthony Perkins. The film was released in 1960, and it was so masterfully directed by Hitchcock and...

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Five Horror Movies That Shouldn’t be Out of Print

It’s an amazing time for film collectors. More titles are being made available in high resolution and getting top quality treatment than ever before. Old titles – some long forgotten ̵...

scarecrows

Trespassers Will Be Violated: Revisiting Scarecrows

Scarecrows was an almost entirely forgotten 1980’s horror movie until it was released on DVD a couple years ago. Now it’s gained a bit of a cult following and is gearing up fro a Blu-Ray release via S...

Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter

Friday the 13th – The Final Chapter: The Essential Jason Movie

This year marks the 30th anniversary of Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter. Of course the film turned out to not be as the title promised. But nonetheless it is a fan-favorite and an essential slasher...

Jeremy Capello in My Best Friend is a Vampire

Overlooked and Underrated: My Best Friend is a Vampire

There’s some talent involved with this low budget horror comedy (including a very early, small role for Kathy Bates), but nobody remembers it. The movie is fun in a campy and somewhat stupid way. But ...

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“More Fun Than a Barrel of Mummies”: Looking Back at Waxwork

Directed by Anthony Hickox, Waxwork is not a remake of the Vincent Price House of Wax film, but an imaginative and slightly campy tale about a wax museum in which stepping into a particular exhibit (a...

David's transformation begins in American Werewolf in London

“A Different Kind of Animal”: Revisiting An American Werewolf in London

John Landis’s An American Werewolf in London is, simply put, one of the best werewolf movies ever made. Landis had already made a name for himself in comedy, directing movies that became instant class...

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