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Face-Off: Eaten Alive vs. Motel Hell

This being the week of Thanksgiving, when people in the U.S. will be gathering together to eat themselves into food comas, it's only fitting that the films in this week's Face-Off have something to do with eating... And since we're dealing with horror movies here, the things being eaten in these films are human beings. Beyond the shared element of people being munched, both of these films also...
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Leatherface (Movie Review)

PLOT: In Texas from 1955 to 1965, we witness the inherently violent growing pains of young Jed Sawyer, aka Leatherface. REVIEW: The curse of a first film can be a very real thing. At least, a first successful one. The late great Tobe Hooper’s grittily unvarnished, intense sensory-blitz of a quasi-snuff film, THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE, ascended to a level of infamy the...
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10.16.2017
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Kill Counter: Texas Chainsaw Massacre series! (Video)

This week marks the return of Leatherface to his chainsaw massacres as we (finally) will be seeing the release of the new prequel film LEATHERFACE via Direct TV on Wednesday, October 20th! To celebrate we've edited together every kill from the entire TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE series, including  TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE 2 , LEATHERFACE: TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE III ,...
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09.18.2017
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AITH Top 10 Horror Movie News Articles this Week

Welcome to the AITH: TOP 10 NEWS for the week Sept. 11th-15th, 2017 . This week we learned that Jamie Lee Curtis will be back for Halloween 2018, that IT killed at the box-office, that IT: Chapter 2 will be darker than King's novel and much, much more! If you missed something this week, or just feel like going back through and seeing which bits and pieces of news hit...
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09.16.2017
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Face-Off: The Funhouse vs. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2

We're losing our masters of horror. Filmmakers whose projects altered the genre in the '60s - '80s are leaving us one by one. A couple years ago Wes Craven passed away, this July we lost George A. Romero, and just one month later we lost Tobe Hooper as well. Whenever one of these icons moves on, we like to put together a Face-Off in tribute. For Craven we did A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET vs. NEW...
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09.15.2017
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The Test of Time: Eaten Alive (1977)

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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09.07.2017
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AITH Top 10 Horror Movie News Articles this Week

Welcome to the AITH: TOP 10 NEWS for the week Aug. 28th-Sept. 1st, 2017 . This week we learned that the peeped the trailer for Jeepers Creepers 3 and learned the film's world premiere has been canceled due to protestors, and much, much more! If you missed something this week, or just feel like going back through and seeing which bits and pieces of news hit home the...
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09.02.2017
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The F*cking Black Sheep: Invaders From Mars (1986)

THE BLACK SHEEP is an ongoing column featuring different takes on films that either the writer HATED, but that the majority of film fans LOVED, or that the writer LOVED, but that most others LOATH. We’re hoping this column will promote constructive and geek fueled discussion. Dig in! INVADERS FROM MARS (1986) DIRECTED BY TOBE HOOPER Not sure...
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08.30.2017
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Rob Zombie reflects on Texas Chainsaw Massacre & the passing of Tobe Hooper

We are all still reeling from the recent passing of not only George A. Romero, but now fellow master of horror Tobe Hooper . To but it simply, it is a strange and scary time to be a horror movie fan. With that in mind, we'd like to take this article and let you know how much Hooper's passing is affecting even those we cherish (somewhat slightly near) the level of Mr....
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08.29.2017
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Horror writers, directors, and stars pay tribute to Tobe Hooper

Yesterday, the horror community was shocked to hear the news that genre icon Tobe Hooper had passed away. I tried my best to pay respectful tribute to the man when I wrote the article about his passing, but tributes are truly best paid by people who actually knew the person behind the celebrity. Although THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE and THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE 2 have always...
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08.28.2017
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R.I.P.: Tobe Hooper has passed away at 74

Just one month after George A. Romero passed away, the horror genre has lost another of its masters and fans have lost another hero. The Los Angeles County Coroner has announced that Tobe Hooper passed away yesterday in Sherman Oaks, California at the age of 74. This is a tough one for me, because Romero and Hooper are responsible for several of my favorite horror movies. I...
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08.27.2017
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Must Read: Bill Moseley reminisces on Chop-Top & Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2

One of the best things about Tobe Hooper's crazy-ass sequel to his original mad and macabre rural nightmare THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE is Bill Moseley's classic turn as Chop-Top.  Being that THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE 2 just turned 31 years old, Mr. Moseley took to Facebook to do a bit of reminiscing on the film that started the ball rolling towards his now...
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08.23.2017
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