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It's the booze talkin', Why are there so few sympathetic movie monsters?

Recently I happened upon a film I hadn’t sat down with in years. It was David Lynch's black and white masterpiece THE ELEPHANT MAN. While it may not be a horror film, it certainly has a bit of horror thanks to the way people treated the deformed John Merrick (John Hurt). Watching this incredible feature, I began to wonder why horror films generally treat their monsters as,...
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05.31.2016
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Johnathon Schaech to star in the new Day of the Dead remake

After years in development, a second remake of George A. Romero's 1985 zombie opus DAY OF THE DEAD (the first remake was released in 2008) is steadily moving forward. Earlier this month, we learned that Millennium and Campbell Grobman Films had hired Hèctor Hernández Vicens to direct the film, which has the following synopsis:  The post-apocalyptic...
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05.24.2016
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Hector Hernandez Vicens to direct remake of Romero's Day of the Dead

I have a deep love for the films of George A. Romero in general, but especially for the original DEAD trilogy. NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, DAWN OF THE DEAD , and DAY OF THE DEAD each rank highly among my favorite movies of all time. For decades, DAY was seen as the black sheep of the bunch, receiving what I believed was an undue amount of negativity. Then the view of DAY seemed to...
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05.10.2016
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Face-Off: Night of the Living Dead vs. Day of the Dead

Disagreements and the manipulations of outside elements splinter the ranks of the MCU superheroes in CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR, a film I am greatly anticipating. As I look forward to that movie, I've been thinking of other films that feature intense conflict among a group of characters, and the two that stand out to me most strongly as being Face-Off material are both parts of George A....
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05.04.2016
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It's the booze Talkin', Give George Romero one more zombie feature!

If you are a fan of zombies then things have been pretty damn good for you over the past few years. While we’ve had very few big screen horror outbreaks turning mild mannered men and women into flesh eaters - aside from WORLD WAR Z - the small screen is raising the dead and viewers are loving it. It started with The Walking Dead, and now we have the spin-off, Fear the...
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05.03.2016
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Where in the Horror are they Now? Steve Miner!

STEVE MINER THEN : We put a lot of time into the myriad of actors and actresses that have graced us with their presence for Where in the Horror are They Now. Every so often though, a filmmaker or a writer comes to mind who I haven’t seen for a bit. So here I am watching FRIDAY THE 13th PART 2 - one of my personal favorites - and there is Steve Miner at the...
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03.28.2016
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Top 10 Zombie Kills!

Well, well, what do you know...The Walking Dead resurrects in only two damn days. You know what that means, right? Zombie action galore! It's pretty astounding to think how far TWD has come since debuting in 2010, not just in terms of the technology and believable CG, but in the crazy character development as well. We've seen some gnarly shite go down in the past season or 2, no? Anyway,...
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02.12.2016
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13 Horror Gift Ideas: Books and comic books!

Most likely you're still on the hunt for some cool horror goodies to get your loved ones for Christmas. Well then, we already gave you some Blu-ray ideas , and today we're shoving some books in your face for your consideration. And yes, these are books , my friends, none of that electronic stuff! (Although those have their place, of course.) Additionally, there are...
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12.08.2015
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Cool Horror Gear: Fright Rags celebrates 30 years of Day of the Dead

As a horror fan, I have a lot of horror movies that I like, plenty that I love, and then there are a select few that I can get very geek-out passionate about. Among those special films that really connect with me and work for me on every level are George A. Romero's original Dead trilogy; NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, DAWN OF THE DEAD , and DAY OF THE DEAD . Oddly, DAWN and...
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11.13.2015
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Tubi TV and Dread Central team up for the longest horror marathon ever!

As horror fans, we all tend to get a little crazy around Halloween time. Whether your poison is Michael Myers, Jigsaw, Toby the Demon, or the classic Universal monsters, October marathons are as common as jack-o-lanterns in horror households. My personal best is a marathon of six flicks in a row, but Dread Central and free streaming provider Tubi TV are about to blow my...
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10.26.2015
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Shout Factory opens the VHS Vault for Halloween: Stream free 80's classics

Online streaming is the way of the future. But cult favorite distributor  Shout! Factory has never been too concerned with the future. Their new streaming site, opened up this afternoon in anticipation of Halloween, is a free look at some of their favorite classics... On VHS. That's right, Shout! Factory is streaming five 80's horror classics for free on their web...
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10.22.2015
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Top 10 Post-Apocalyptic Flicks!

Well well friends...can you believe it...the time is finally upon us. MAD MAX: FURY ROAD is officially open for travel! And perhaps even more exciting than a 30-year wait finally ending, is just how universally beloved George Miller's latest is among critics across the globe. Hell, our very own E.Walk gave that sucker a perfect 10/10 score! Truth be told, with all the production delays and...
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05.15.2015
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