The 13th Floor

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Texas Frightmare UPDATE! THE WALKING DEAD’s Pollyanna McIntosh Joins Guest List!

It’s been a while since we’ve updated you on the upcoming Texas Frightmare convention, taking place the weekend of May 5th-7th in Dallas, Texas. So we thought we’d bring you up to speed. After all, Blumhouse.com is one of the proud sponsors of the convention, along with the fine fiends at Arrow Video US. Just […]

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Sex, Drugs, And Special FX with The Legendary Steve Johnson On SHOCK WAVES!

While Ryan Turek is still at Sundance, join your hosts Rob Galluzzo, Elric Kane and Rebekah McKendry as they catch up on all the latest horrors! First up, Rob reports back on SPLIT, Scream Factory’s new release of DREAMSCAPE and the 1985 cult gem THE PARK IS MINE. Bekah caught CLINICAL on Netflix, and also […]

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6 MORE Of Horror’s Coolest Looking Werewolves!

Last week, I took aim at one of my favorite sub-genres in horror and counted down the top 10 coolest looking cinematic werewolves. I was pleasantly surprised by the over-enthusiastic response via social media and the fact that so many people hold the lycanthrope so near and dear to their hearts as well! It’s funny […]

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Rediscovering a Cult Classic HIGHWAY TO HELL

Back in the early 90’s when video stores were still the absolute best way to find your home entertainment, I kept my thumb on the pulse of all horror related titles and their VHS release dates. I recall first getting a glimpse of Ate de Jon’s HIGHWAY TO HELL during the preview section of The […]

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H.R. Giger’s ALIEN VS SPECIES! Who Would Win?

What is it about the xenomorphs from the ALIEN franchise that make fans so excited to see them pitted against other monsters, creatures and superheroes? Cinematically, after much reluctance from 20th Century Fox, we finally got two ALIEN VS PREDATOR movies, both hugely successful and both not nearly as good as any of their comic […]

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Let’s Look At Van Damme As The Original PREDATOR Again

One of the many confirmed myths behind-the-scenes of genre history is that, originally, John McTernan’s 1987 film, PREDATOR, was intended to be an Arnold Schwarzenegger versus Jean-Claude Van Damme movie. Van Damme wasn’t the martial arts action star we know today at that time. BLOODSPORT didn’t happen until 1988, followed by KICKBOXER in 1989. This is now common […]