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Horror Lists Found Footage

10 Films That Prove Found Footage Horror Can Be Good, Actually

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This list will make you fall in love with horror best’s subgenre: found footage.

The Green Knight

Time, Mossy Bones, and the Main Theme of ‘The Green Knight’ Explained

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Why is he a GREEN knight, anyway? And what was with that really slow, rotating mid-film pan?

Days Of Horror Opening Credits

10 Best Opening Credits Sequences in Horror Films

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Settle in, set the mood, and let the ooky spooky credits roll.

Lamb

‘Lamb’ Director Valdimar J√≥hannsson Embraces the Mystery

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The filmmaker answers questions about his feature debut without answering questions raised by it.

Chucky series

‘Chucky’ Finally Brings His Carnage and Camp to TV

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Don Mancini’s ‘Child’s Play’ franchise makes the jump to television, returning to the town where Charles Lee Ray was born for fresh blood.

What If Episode 9

Where Marvel’s Multiverse Needs to Go Next

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Yes, there was supposed to be an extra Gamora episode in ‘What If…? Season 1.

Barbara Crampton Horror Movies

10 Best Barbara Crampton Horror Movies

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Deadly malls, glowing goop, and vicious home invasions. These are the best films of Barbara Crampton’s iconic career.

Vhs94

‘V/H/S/94’ is Anthology Horror with Guts (and Other Bloody Bits)

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V/H/S/2 still reigns supreme, but this fourth entry is a clear step up from ‘V/H/S: Viral.’

Sydney Park in Theres Someone Inside Your House

‘There’s Someone Inside Your House’ Channels 90s Slasher Vibes

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A small town is besieged by terror when a killer with a motive comes calling.

C'mon C'mon

Joaquin Phoenix and Woody Norman Shine in ‘C’mon C’mon’

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Mike Mills returns with another calm, entrancing humanist story.

Return Of The Living Dead

The Rebellious Existential Comedy of ‘The Return of the Living Dead’

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A horror comedy with brrrrrrrraaaaains.

Days Of Horror Lists Suburban

10 Horror Movies That Rocked the Suburbs

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From killer cinephiles to psycho mamas, these horror movies illustrate the untold terrors lurking within the suburban experience.