The 13th Floor

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Stu’s Story: An Alternate View of Wes Craven’s SCREAM

20 years ago, Wes Craven proved that slasher films could still offer something fresh and original with SCREAM. For a film that constantly pointed out all of the tropes and cliches in slasher films, SCREAM offered one of the more original twist endings by revealing more than one man was behind the mask. The more […]

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In Honor Of THE BOY, Here Are The 5 Creepiest Dolls In Horror

Out today in theaters courtesy of STX Entertainment is THE BOY, a creepy new horror movie where a young American girl Greta (THE WALKING DEAD’s Lauren Cohan) is hired by an elderly British couple to care for their son. Thing is, their son happens to be a terrifying little doll named Brahms. Want a sneak […]

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Giving #RESPECT To Mrs. Peltzer, GREMLINS Slayer

Just last week, we paid our respects to the great Murray Futterman (Dick Miller) who, over the course of the two GREMLINS movies, knew a thing or two about how to handle those little suckers. But, having just revisited the original Joe Dante classic, something struck me: Can we please also give it up for Lynn […]

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DOUBLE TAKE – SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT (1984) / SILENT NIGHT (2012)

To me, the key to a truly great “remake” of a pre-existing horror film is simple. Would the new update make a good double feature with the original movie? When it comes to programming a double bill, the goal is to find two movies with a similar theme that would complement each other. And there’s […]