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Roger Corman Horror Movies

10 Best Roger Corman-Directed Horror Films

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Ranking the best horror films directed by the “King of the B-Movies.”

The Silence Of The Lambs

4K Lambs Are Screaming in Our Home Video Pick of the Week

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Plus 13 more new releases to watch at home this week on 4K, Blu-ray, and DVD!

Its A Mad Mad Mad Mad World opening credits sequence

The Glorious (and Endangered) Art of the Opening Credits Sequence

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Every film deserves a hype man. And what better hype man can you ask for than an opening credits sequence?

Best S Horror Remakes List

10 Best of the Many 2000s Horror Remakes

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The 2000s may have been a weird time for horror, but it was also a golden age for remaking classic horror franchises.

Horror Movie Puppets List

10 Creepiest Horror Movie Puppets

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Whether big or small, you’ll want to keep an eye peeled for these scrambling, treacherous playthings.

Halloween Kills Trailer Michael Myers

‘Halloween Kills’ is the Biggest Horror Movie of the Year

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Meanwhile, Ridley Scott had the worst debut of his directorial career with ‘The Last Duel.’

Days Of Horror Impactful Characters

10 Most Impactful Horror Characters (With Barely Any Screen Time)

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Here for a good spooky time, not a long spooky time.

corporate horror films

10 Most Insidious Horror Films About Evil Corporations

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If corporations are people, then these big businesses are way more deadly than any of your favorite horror movie maniacs.

A cash grab in Halloween Kills

‘Halloween Kills’ is a Severely Disappointing Sequel at Best…

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And a terrible cash-grab at worst.

Evil Dead Bruce Campbell Ash

Bruce Campbell is the Ultimate Reluctant Hero in ‘The Evil Dead’

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Are you ready to admit how much you identify with the eternal cowardice of Campbell’s iconic character in Sam Raimi’s classic horror film?

Star Wars Galaxy Of Creatures Porgs

Every Critter in ‘Star Wars: Galaxy of Creatures’ is a Behind-the-Scenes Invitation

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Only this franchise could produce a cartoon series like this one. Every episode is a chance to revel in a creation that took decades.

First Reformed 4:3 aspect ratio

The Return of 4:3

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You know what they say: it’s hip to be square.