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Drive-In Dive In: 7 in the Torture Chamber

You’ve had this one circled and underlined in your appointment book for weeks. As soon as the trailer flashed up on the big white screen in the field a few weeks back during the Coming Attractions break between movies, you swore by all that is unholy that you would be back at the drive-in for the opening weekend of… 678 more words

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HIDDEN HORROR FOR CINCO DE MAYO - Cementerio Del Terror

Happy Cinco De Mayo horror fiends! a day which white people try to be mexican and to mexicans its just another day. Now if you are looking for a mexican horror movie but dont want anything with mexican wrestlers and want something a little more gory and ghoulish then ive got just the obscure mexican horror movie for you. 301 more words

Hidden Horror

Film: 'Intruder' - "This creep keeps calling, he's driving us nuts"

‘Intruder’ aka ‘Night Of The Intruder’, is a 1989 slasher film that I hadn’t heard of until a colleague lent it to me – in return for my not making them watch ‘Chopping Mall’. 158 more words

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FILM: THE HAUNTING SILENCE OF 'IT FOLLOWS'

Fans of early John Carpenter will immediately identify the master’s influence — on the voyeuristic slink of the camera, the synth pulse of Rich Vreeland’s throwback score, and the transformation of “safe,” warmly lit residential environments into landscapes of dread.   183 more words

Fuck 'n Right

Horror Review: Blood Slaughter Massacre (2015)

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A killer in a creepy clown mask, known as The Ripper, kills a whole party of adults, leaving a young police officer, James Fincher (Matt W. 802 more words

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Scream (1996)

While certainly not the first meta-movie, an argument could be made that Scream has been the most influential – it’s a slasher film about slasher films. 365 more words

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Death Proof: Tarantino puts his foot down but I'd have preferred it if he'd put his best foot forward.

I was going to fill my review with various foot related puns. But I realised I would probably be starting out on the wrong foot. Boom, boom. 373 more words

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