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Five Horror Comedies That are Worth Another Look

Horror comedy is one of the most accessible sub-genres. After all, most people who watch horror movies are looking to laugh at them anyway. When done right, the balance of scares and humor will cause ...

Night of the Comet

How Night of the Comet Lightened the Apocalypse

There were a lot of end-of-the-world movies made in the 1980’s. Unlike the swarm of natural disaster flicks that would begin to follow in the 1990’s, these films were usually delved into science-ficti...

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A Very Good Head on His Shoulders: Revisiting Re-Animator

The best adaptation of the works of H.P. Lovecraft to date and simply one of the best horror comedies ever made, Re-Animator is classic splatter movie cinema. It’s quirky, gorgeous splatter slap...

Lumberjack Man

Lumberjack Man [8 Films to Die for Review]

In Lumberjack Man, a group of teens head out for a week-long retreat at the Good Friends Church Camp. Naturally, they are unaware that the angry spirit of a logger has resurfaced to take his bloody ve...

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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...

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...

Malcolm and girlfriend Kisha and Jenny and Steve do an ouija board to try and contact the demon in a Haunted house directed by Michael Tiddes.

A Haunted House is Unapologetic and Has No Boundaries

Written by Marlon Wayans and directed by Michael Tiddes, A Haunted House is crass, unapologetic and has no boundaries with its aggressive and crude nature. A Haunted House opens as Malcolm (Marlon Way...

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