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Mexico Barbaro

Mexico Barbaro is a Solid Anthology [Review]

Mexico Barbaro is an anthology with eight short films by eight different directors. The helmers include Laurette Flores Bornn, Edgar Nito, Aaron Soto, Isaac Ezban, Lex Ortega, Jorge Michel Grau, Ulise...

5 Horrifying Monsters from Native American Folklore

Since the dawn of man, every culture has had its own set of urban legends, either for  entertainment value or to warn people against bad behaviors. Legends like the Boogeyman, and more recently, Slend...

Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark

10 Horrifying Kids Books That Are Not Actually Appropriate for Kids

Sometimes it’s nice to reflect on books we enjoyed as kids or teenagers. For me, that often means looking back over a list of books that my mother would never have allowed me to read had she realized ...

The Steam Man #1

Comic Review: The Steam Man, Issue 1

Competing with the likes of Paul Bunyan for the hardest big guy in the West, The Steam Man sows the seed of a solid, steam-punk myth. It does have a bit of a prerequisite, being derived in part from E...

dearg due, the irish vampire spirit

Beyond the Leprechaun: More Evil Creatures of Irish Mythology

Yesterday, Jonny Metro pulled the curtain back on Celtic mythology and found a series of frightening and fascinating monsters from Irish lore. Some which might even be ripe for a screen adaptation. To...

Beyond the Leprechaun: 5 Evil Creatures of Irish Mythology

With St. Patrick’s Day upon us, many of us will be donning the green, drinking mug after mug of beer, and keeping our eyes peeled for the merry leprechaun that can lead us to a pot of gold. Ther...

Urban Legend: The Killer in the back seat

Ten Urban Legends That Should Be Horror Movies

Urban legends are modern society’s version of folklore, passed along by word-of-mouth (and, these days, the Internet). Although many of them begin with a kernel of truth, they evolve organically...

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