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This Week On SHOCK WAVES, We’re Talking Social Commentary And Political Horror!

This week on Shock Waves, join your hosts Rob Galluzzo, Elric Kane, Rebekah McKendry, Ryan Turek, and special guest co-host Brea Grant (BEYOND THE GATES, DEAD AWAKE, HALLOWEEN 2) as the group analyze social commentary and political horror in the genre! But first, the latest horrors! Bekah checked out the 80’s horror anthology DEADTIME STORIES […]

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Nothing Can Prepare You For THE TRUMP, A Parody Of John Carpenter’s THE THING!

Look – times are pretty tense these days, especially politically. But at the same time, we really, really could all use a bit of levity. And the thing is this: someone actually took the time and effort to digitally put Donald Trump into John Carpenter’s masterpiece THE THING as the title creature. You have to applaud that […]

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Virtual Reality Gets Too Close for Comfort in the Chilling Short “NightmARes!”

The three-dimensional, 360-degree virtual experience opens up all kinds of opportunities for immersive thrills. But every new form of technology comes with its own unique set of problems… and some are a bit more hazardous than others. This is the scenario of NightmARes — a short horror film directed by James Mansell. It involves a […]

Listen To The 2nd Single “Angel’s Asylum” From John Carpenter’s LOST THEMES II!

John Carpenter’s got a new album coming on April 15th! Along with an upcoming tour. And we got a taste of what to expect with the first single “Distant Dream” a few weeks back. Now, this morning the auteur has released his 2nd single from LOST THEMES II titled “Angel’s Asylum!” Have a listen at […]

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“Good, Bad, I’m the Guy With The Gun” – An Analysis of Gun Representation in Horror

There’s an overwhelming amount of people that cite Pennywise of Stephen King’s IT as the source of their fears of clowns.  Additionally, JAWS made people fear the ocean the same way PSYCHO made us fear showering alone.  The experiences we have during a horror film can legitimately change the way we think or interpret our surroundings. Wes […]