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Five Best Rock n Roll Songs from Horror Movies!

Alright, let's start this off by saying that these are rock 'n' roll songs that were written specifically for horror movies. That or have become so synonymous with a specific horror movie that it's hard to separate the two. Maybe I will do another countdown one-day featuring songs "re-imagined" by horror movies, such as "Hip to be a Square" and AMERICAN...
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04.24.2017
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Robert Englund's favorite Freddy kill will surprise you

Monsterpalooza just took place over this past weekend so we have a seemingly endless stream of cool horror-related news pouring in. That said, this particular story, courtesy of Freddy Krueger himself, Robert Englund, is the one that has grabbed my attention the most. Over the course of the NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET series, Freddy killed more than a handful of Elm Street teens....
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04.12.2017
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Where in the Horror are they Now? Robert 'Freddy' Englund!

ROBERT ENGLUND THEN: When we first started looking into who we’d feature in this weeks Where in the Horror are they Now? we had another story in mind. And then came the heartbreaking news last night that we have lost a horror legend. Wes Craven is a hero for nearly every single horror fan, and he has created some of the most thrilling experiences ever put to...
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08.31.2015
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It's the Booze Talkin', Not Another A Nightmare on Elm Street remake!

The very first time I watched the original A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET late night on cable, I was terrified. Freddy Krueger felt all too real, and it didn’t help that we kept hearing some strange scratching noises coming from our attic - we never figured that one out. As a kid who sat up and watched a ton of scary movies when his parents fell asleep, NIGHTMARE was the rare flick that...
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08.11.2015
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It's the Booze Talkin': I want an Elm Street Sequel! Just do it right!

It all started back in 1984 when Wes Craven gave the world of horror one of its most iconic villains. Of course I’m talking about Freddy Krueger. Described by “final girl” Nancy (Heather Langenkamp) as a man with “knives for fingers” and a “dirty red and green sweater,” this sleep haunting boogeyman caused bad dreams for moviegoers everywhere in the crazily original flick A NIGHTMARE ON...
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06.17.2014
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Where in the Horror are they now? Jennifer Rubin!

JENNIFER RUBIN THEN : Freddy Kruger had his fair share of butt-kicking ladies to contend with. Most finally gave in to his nightmarish ways, but occasionally we as the audience remember the good fight. One such adversary is the unforgettable “Taryn White” played with a perfect blend of cynicism and female power by the lovely Jennifer Rubin. In...
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11.08.2013
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Sell-Out or Not: Wes Craven!

Ready to decide who's a SELL-OUT OR NOT? Last time out, the majority of you felt that the great George A. Romero has NOT become a sell-out over the years . Well this column, not unlike the last, will unofficially indict either an actor, director, producer, writer - basically anyone who at one time or another held clout in the genre world - only to ultimately kowtow to the powers that be...
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03.11.2013
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