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I (Barely) Survived an All-Night ‘80s Horror Trailer Marathon!

The past weekend involved a very interesting experiment for me… and before I explain that, I’ll open with a mildly controversial statement: if there’s any medium in this world I find more entertaining than a great horror movie, it’s a great horror movie trailer. I’ll even go there and suggest that there are probably several […]

Meet the Staff: 10 Questions With Blumhouse.com Contributor Michael Gingold

Our ongoing series of interviews with the Blumhouse crew continues, in which we share our collective passion for all things scary, discuss our personal and career histories in the genre we all know and love, reveal our favorite films, and maybe even share a few spooky stories. Today we sit down for a Q&A with Michael […]

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Director Jon Watts: How CLOWN Went from Fake Eli Roth Trailer to Real Eli Roth Production

This Friday, the long wait for the U.S. release of Jon Watts’ CLOWN ends—and appropriately enough, the journey started out with a joke. As Watts explains in this interview, he and his friends’ mock trailer about a loving dad becoming a demonic clown wound up becoming a real movie, which filmed in 2013 for release […]

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Celebrating A Bold New Issue Of DELIRIUM With Barbara Crampton!

This past weekend, Dark Delicacies – one of Los Angeles’ prime destinations for all things horror, hosted the release party for the latest issue of DELIRIUM magazine. And it was a packed event! On hand to sign the new issue was cover girl & scream queen royalty Barbara Crampton, Full Moon’s head honcho & DELIRIUM […]

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Horror At The Oscars! PART THREE!

Last night, MAD MAX: FURY ROAD took home 6 Academy Awards (!) for Best Costume Design, Production Design, Makeup & Hairstyling, Film Editing, and both Sound Mixing and Editing. But in the late 1980s and early 1990s, Oscar was more about madwomen than mad men. In 1988, FATAL ATTRACTION got six nominations, including Best Picture, […]

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Horror At The Oscars! PART TWO!

Horror and monsters were all over the Academy Awards in 1977, and there was even a bit of controversy attending one of the winners. First and foremost, the now-classic performances by Sissy Spacek and Piper Laurie in Brian De Palma’s CARRIE both nabbed nominations, for Actress and Supporting Actress respectively. Notably, it was Laurie’s first […]