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THE BIRDS is Alfred Hitchcock’s Best Horror Movie

THE BIRDS is a pea soup horror movie – you either love it or you hate it. There’s no in between. But if you’re in the “hate it” camp, I’m here to help swing your pendulum the other way. Because THE BIRDS is Alfred Hitchcock’s best horror movie. Now, before you start scrolling to the bottom […]

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MOTEL HELL, The FRIDAY THE 13TH Victims & Alfred Hitchcock Get Their Due In New FRIGHT-RAGS Line!

It’s the New Year, which means it’s as good a time as any for some new cloths! And as horror fans, we own it to ourselves to represent some of our favorite movies, filmmakers and images by wearing them right on our chests! Thankfully, the fine fiends at Fright-Rags have got us covered, literally! And […]

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We’ve Uncovered Jordan Peele’s TOP 5 Horror Movies!

Comedian Jordan Peele was the special guest on the latest episode of the Shock Waves podcast, presented by Blumhouse.com and it was to celebrate and talk about all things horror! Although he’s mostly known for his work on the hit sketch comedy series KEY & PEELE, as well the recent flick KEANU, Peele recently wrapped […]

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Class In Session! Behold This Gorgeous 12 Minute HISTORY OF HORROR in Cinema

Ever get into an excited debate with friends and fellow movie lovers about the greatest horror movie scenes? Or try to explain the genre in your own words to someone that doesn’t “get” horror? Well Diego Carrera created this created this amazing video to guide you through 121 years worth of horror cinema! The 12 […]

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Five Underrated Alfred Hitchcock Thrillers

Forty years ago, Alfred Hitchcock’s last movie hit theaters, after the master filmmaker spent over 50 years directing ambitious, influential features. You don’t have to be a classic cinema snob to know Alfred Hitchcock. Even people who have never seen his films can name a few off the top of their head: PSYCHO, REAR WINDOW, […]

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7 Great Zombie Movies Without Zombies

No horror movie scenario is more ubiquitous these days than George Romero’s zombie apocalypse.  While most horror fans know that Romero didn’t conceive his living dead as “zombies”—zombies, to him, were the voodoo slaves of Bela Lugosi in poverty row quickies like WHITE ZOMBIE and KING OF THE ZOMBIES—fewer realize that the filmmaker doesn’t believe his […]

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Meet the Staff: Ten Questions with Blumhouse Productions Founder/CEO Jason Blum

Today we proudly present the first in a series of candid interviews with the staff of Blumhouse Productions, 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, and maybe even share a few spooky stories. What better way to get […]