Horror

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Tetsuo

How ‘Tetsuo: The Iron Man’ Embodies 1980s HIV/AIDS Anxieties

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Another wonderful opportunity to remember the power drill dick scene.

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.

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.

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.”

Guillermo Del Toro Cabinet Of Curiosities Review

Guillermo del Toro’s ‘Cabinet of Curiosities’ is a Well-Curated, Wide-Ranging Horror Anthology

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Netflix’s latest anthology features Guillermo del Toro presenting eight horror stories from genre filmmakers. It’s ambitious, creative, and at times delightfully creepy.

Deadstream

Real Hauntings and Rubber Fingers: How They Made ‘Deadstream’

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“I felt so privileged to be touching that sweet corpse head.”

House Horror

Why a 10-year-old Girl Is Credited for Co-Writing 1977’s ‘House’

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‘House’ is one of the most bonkers horror films ever made. And we have a child to thank for it.

the new lead of Halloween Ends

‘Halloween Ends’ Two Films Too Late

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Laurie and Michael take a back seat to a character straight out of ‘Christine,’ so that’s fun.

Brooklyn Horror Film Festival

The 7th Annual Brooklyn Horror Film Festival Brings Thrills and Chills to NYC

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The Harbinger, Something in the Dirt, and Satan’s Slaves 2 are just a few of the must-sees this year.