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John's Horror Corner: Dawn of the Dead (1978), if Romero is an artist, the zombie is his brush

MY CALL:  Perhaps my favorite zombie movie of all time, this is gory, often funny, occasionally brutal film features credibly flawed characters that we can get behind and a believable story of a zombie apocalypse.  1,252 more words

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John's Horror Corner: A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984), Wes Craven's creation of Freddy Krueger remains creepy even today

MY CALL:  Not as scary as it used to be but every bit as fun, Wes Craven’s original Nightmare is a creation that no horror fan should be without.  990 more words

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John's Horror Corner: V/H/S Viral (2014), another found footage horror anthology with a couple of cool short stories

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“My Father’s Day Movie Tribute” to my father

It’s Father’s Day.  So I thought I’d share some of my fondest movie experiences that I had with my father.  Some kids write cards.  I write movies articles… 873 more words

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The Best Transformation Scenes of Horror, Part 1: Tales from the Darkside (1990), Zombeavers (2014) and Wolfcop (2014)

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This article is rich with images you do not want your boss to see when he’s looking over your shoulder at work. View at your own risk.

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Dogs in Horror Movies, Part 1: Zombeavers (2014), Blood Beach (1980) and The Boogens (1981)

“Animals in horror” has always been a fun topic to address.  Today I want to talk about dogs.  Dogs are very versatile tools in horror movies.  621 more words

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John's Horror Corner: Insidious: Chapter 3 (2015), another exceedingly creepy chapter in this franchise.

     

MY CALL:  I consider this movie a major disappointment in terms of storytelling.  But it certainly has its merits in the creepy and scary department.  Watch at your own risk. 1,007 more words

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