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The Test of Time: The Amityville Horror (1979)

We all have certain movies we love. Movies we respect without question because of either tradition, childhood love, or because they’ve always been classics. However, as time keeps ticking, do those classics still hold up? Do they remain must see? So…the point of this column is to determine how a film holds up for a modern horror audience, to see if it stands the Test of...
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06.29.2017
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Details unwrapped for Canadian special edition of Black Christmas

Director Bob Clark's 1983 film A CHRISTMAS STORY is a holiday classic. TBS shows it for 24 hours straight every year on Christmas, and I never let a Christmas go by without at least one viewing of it. Nine years before making that one, Clark made another Christmas movie that may not be as widely known and celebrated as A CHRISTMAS STORY, but it is a classic in its own right....
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10.19.2015
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Original Vs. Remake: The Amityville Horror

No one had a problem with the original Poltergeist taking the crown on our last Original Vs. Remake . I never thought for a second that the remake would win, however I also was a tad surprised at how enjoyable it ended up being. The film had a sense of fun and clearly respected Tobe Hooper's classic, but wasn't even remotely scary. And it's tough to win one of these battles if you don't...
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06.03.2015
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Original Vs. Remake: Black Christmas

There were zero suspicions with the result of our last Original Vs. Remake which had John Carpenter's The Thing easily besting it's 2011 remake/prequel. Although some people took issue with the fact that the 2011 was definitely way more prequel than remake, we still say it so closely parallels Carpenter's film that it rightfully deserved to battle in this column. Thank you very much....
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12.17.2014
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The Test of Time: Black Christmas (1974)

We all have movies we love. Movies we respect without question because of either tradition, childhood love, or because they’ve always been classics. However, as time keeps ticking, do those classics still hold up? So…the point of this here column is whether of not a film stands the test of time. I’m not gonna question whether it’s still a good flick, but if the...
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12.11.2013
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Kill of the Day: Halloween II (2009)

While Rob Zombie's HALLOWEEN II left a lot to be desired. ... A lot. The film did have some fun moments. Or as close to fun as you can get. Take today's Kill of the Day for example. On this All Hallow's Eve we're taking a look back at Zombie's sequel and this death scene from the flick. In the scene we've got some guy mouthing off to an unmasked Michael Myers. Mask or no mask I highly...
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10.31.2013
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Where in the Horror are they now? Margot Kidder!

MARGOT KIDDER THEN : Lately I’ve been feeling a little nostalgia for superheroes of old. With the impending release of Warner Bros MAN OF STEEL, one thing certainly came to mind and that of course is Richard Donner’s original classic SUPERMAN from 1979. Christopher Reeve was beyond SUPER in this, what is personally one of my favorite superhero films of...
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05.10.2013
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Kill of the Day: The Clown at Midnight (1999)

When you think about scary clown flicks what comes to mind? KILLER KLOWNS FROM OUTER SPACE? Sure. IT? Of course. But what about THE CLOWN AT MIDNIGHT?? This little gem of a slasher flick popped up in the late 90s and didn't seem to make much noise. That doesn't mean we won't take a look at it here for today's Kill of the Day! In this scene we've got this stupid broad who thinks she has...
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01.04.2013
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