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Streaming Horror November

All the Horror You Need to Stream in November 2022

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Pick your poison: worms, clowns, or knife-happy Santas.

Best Haunted House Movies

35 Best Haunted House Movies

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Haunted house movies make up over half of all horror films, probably, so we decided to rank the 35 best. Here they are!

Brendan Fraser The Mummy

Brendan Fraser is So Much More Than An Indiana Jones Clone in ‘The Mummy’

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His character may be cut from the same cloth as Harrison Ford’s most celebrated role, but Fraser brings key elements to Rick O’Connell that makes his performance more than a mere pastiche.

Best Dtv Horror Sequels

10 Best Direct-to-Video Horror Sequels

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Starring Charlize Theron, Leonardo DiCaprio, Christopher Walken, and more unexpected faces.

The White Lotus Season Review

‘The White Lotus’ Makes a Welcome Return With an A Dynamic New Cast

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The White Lotus season two introduces a whole new cast of characters for a compelling, if not quite bitingly satirical, trip to Sicily.

Netflix All Quiet On The Western Front

Netflix’s ‘All Quiet on the Western Front’ Is One of the Most Harrowing War Movies Since ‘Come and See’

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The newest adaptation of Erich Maria Remarque’s acclaimed 1929 novel sees war at its most chilling.

Horror Movies Kill The Kid

10 Memorable Horror Movies That Kill the Kid

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John Carpenter wouldn’t harm a Disney Channel kid, would he? Would he?!

Black Sunday Italian Horror Film

The Great Italian Film That Followed the WWII Ban on Horror

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‘Black Sunday’ is seen as the first great Italian horror film thanks to Mario Bava’s innovation and additions to the gothic horror story.

Best Zombie Movies

10 Best Zombie Movies Not Directed by George A. Romero

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Fresh brains, hold the Romero.

Cure Horror

Hypnotic Anatomy: What Makes Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s ‘Cure’ So Scary

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“All the things that used to be inside of me… now they are all outside.”

Hardcore Schrader

Paul Schrader and the Redemptive Act of Watching Movies

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“Only The Audience Forgives”

Stars At Noon Review

Margaret Qualley Gives a Tremendous Performance in Claire Denis’ Evocative ‘Stars at Noon’

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This romantic thriller finds the personal in the political.