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Films 

11 Horror Flicks You Won’t Believe Are Currently Streaming On Amazon Prime

It’s really an amazing time to be a movie fan, considering the access we have to so many obscure and crazy titles via multiple streaming services. I mean, do you remember reading about some weirdo horror flick in the pages of Fangoria and the search that followed at various video stores and conventions just to […]

Films 

The Horror Of The Second City’s Cinematic Representation

There’s nothing quite like growing up in Chicago. Midwest charm and gorgeous lakefronts nestle what is still one of the most populous and bustling cities in the entire world. It’s a city of diverse people filled with endless amounts of pride, and quite possibly the greatest food ever cooked. Chicago is my home, my heart, […]

Films TV 

THE STRAIN, WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS and THE MURDER OF STEPHEN KING – This Week’s Horror News Rundown

All things come to an end, and every ending is a new beginning. This week on The Horror News Rundown we’re taking a look at a television series that’s coming to a close, a novella that may never see the light of day, some exciting new films and television series, and the return of one […]

Films Real Life Scares 

Which Screen Psychopath is Most Realistic? Science Has the Answer!

Now this is the kind of intensive scientific study just about any horror fan would love to participate in: Samuel J. Leistedt M.D., Ph.D, a professor of psychiatry in Belgium who specializes in analysis of psychopathic behavior, assembled a diverse team of experts in forensic psychiatry and film criticism who were willing to watch hundreds […]

Films 

Did You Know A Sequel To HENRY: PORTRAIT OF A SERIAL KILLER exists?

Can you believe that there’s actually a sequel to John McNaughton’s cult masterpiece HENRY: PORTRAIT OF A SERIAL KILLER? I mean, I vaguely remember it from the peak of the VHS boom when direct-to-video sequels to horror hits were a very common and lucrative thing. But up until this last week, I completely forgot about […]

Films 

Killer POV Pick Of The Week – ANGST (1983)

This week’s Killer POV pick of the week is the 1983 long-lost cult classic, ANGST, directed by filmmaker Gerald Kargl. It’s been on my radar since the movie got a proper restoration and limited theatrical release in 2015, backed by Gaspar Noé who credits it as one of his all time favorite movies and was present […]

Films 

The Best of Dump Month: 13 Great Horror Movies That Came Out In January

There’s a reason why Hollywood types usually call January “dump month.” For decades now, this has been the time of year when studios release their low-concept, lowbrow, lowest common denominator movies. And why not? Everyone’s eyes are all on the big Oscar contenders, which typically expand their releases throughout the month, so that all of […]