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The Wolf Man

Dracula and Friends Come Home in 4K For Our Pick of the Week

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Plus 11 more new releases to watch at home this week on 4K, Blu-ray, and DVD!

Madam Satan

The Flop that Ruined Musicals for Cecil B. DeMille

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We look at the 1930 film ‘Madam Satan’ — where it fails and where it accidentally succeeds.

Days Of Horror Vampires

10 Best Vampire Movies That Don’t Star Dracula

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Sorry Count, we’re not inviting you to this one.

New Amazon Prime October

What’s New to Stream on Amazon Prime for October 2021

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New horrors from Lois Duncan and Blumhouse are what’s new this month.

Crimewave

The Movie That Almost Killed Sam Raimi’s Career

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As Bruce Campbell himself puts it: ‘Crimewave’ wasn’t released. It escaped.

Larry Cohen Horror Movies

10 Best Larry Cohen Horror Movies

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Infused with biting satire and high-concept cheesiness, no one made horror movies quite like this underrated king of the genre.

Venom Let There Be Carnage

‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ Had the Best Opening Since ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’

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Not only did the sequel have the best opening-weekend attendance of the last two years, but it also out-performed the first Venom.

Streaming Horror October

All the Horror You Need to Stream in October 2021

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Streaming services are delivering the ghoulish goods this month, so plan accordingly!

Horror Monster In Suit

10 Best “Guy in a Suit” Monsters in Horror Films

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A little (okay, *a lot*) of foam rubber never hurt nobody.