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Films Real Life Scares 

5 Killers Who Found Inspiration in Horror Films

Serial killers and psychopaths have been around forever. Hell, at one point horror films weren’t even a wet dream in the mind of many a serial killer. But today, with film as relevant as it is, technology as powerful as it is, with an endless array of digital entertainment forms flooding our brains 365 days […]

Real Life Scares 

The Grisly Crime Spree of the Real-Life NATURAL BORN KILLERS

Charles Starkweather and Caril Ann Fugate were a pair of teenagers who went on a killing spree through Wyoming and Nebraska in the last week of January 1958. In nine days, they killed ten people. Their names may not be familiar, but they have been depicted in films over and over, most notably in Oliver […]

Real Life Scares 

The Horrific Richardson Family Murders & The Surprising Aftermath

Young love can be powerful. The person you love is all you can think about. They’re all that’s important in your world. Anyone who is against your relationship is an enemy. And if someone tries to stop you from being with that person, you will do everything in your power to defy them. Everyone knows […]

Music 

10 Of The Most Intense NINE INCH NAILS Live Performances Ever

Last week, we took a look at the 6 most F-ed up NINE INCH NAILS music videos ever produced. And just as with their videos, if you’ve been fortunate enough to see them live, then you know they’re a force to be reckoned with!  It’s officially the weekend now and what better way to kick it […]

Comic Books Films Real Life Scares 

Love Kills: The Stories of Harleen Quinzel and Caril Ann Fugate

Dr. Harleen Frances Quinzel was young and filled with promise. Just out of school, Quinzel landed her dream job as a psychiatrist at Arkham Asylum, the home of the most insane criminals to ever walk the Earth, including the king of them all, Joker. Quinzel had a single goal – to gain Joker’s trust, get […]

Films 

Midday Monday Quickie: Getting Gritty with THE SADIST (1963)

Shot for just $33,000 in only two weeks time, THE SADIST (1963) is by no means a lavish picture. It’s pure exploitation, but it is a beautifully shot exploitation film! The man behind the lens is Vilos Zsigmond who later would go on to be nominated for Academy Awards in cinematography for films like THE […]