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Review: The Bye Bye Man

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Review: The Bye Bye Man

On Wednesday evening of last week I asked my significant cutter if she would like to go on a date to see “The Bye Bye Man.” My goal was to kill two birds with one stone, date night and a review for the blog. Everything was going according to plan when suddenly disaster struck. Her voice was as smooth as a used-car-dealer’s when she said: “You can say no but!   …Can we please go see La La Land instead?” Quickly followed by: “I’ll buy priority seating with the leather recliners.” I’m sure you know the rest. When Friday night came I found...

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A Gentleman's Guide to Sophisticated Horror

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A Gentleman's Guide to Sophisticated Horror

Critics and cinephiles often regard horror as both shallow and cheap. It can be infuriating to think that they dismiss our beloved genre as nothing more than fast thrills that make you want to vomit. The cinematic equivalent of a carnival ride. It has also been implied that these films are tailor-made for the teenage demographic, to be viewed only between passionate make-out sessions. While in adolescence they can be a great tool for such activity, these films are so much more than the “tilt-a-whirl” or “Netflix and chill” fodder. I subscribe to the belief that horror is an art...

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The Women of Horror: January - Heather Langenkamp

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The Women of Horror: January - Heather Langenkamp

I’ve always been of the opinion that horror should not be exclusive to the month of October. As a diehard enthusiast I find that my appreciation of this art form can, and should be embraced all year long. Likewise I’ve always appreciated those creatures known simply as: the opposite sex. With these two subjects on my mind, penning a monthly Women of Horror blog seemed only fitting. Each month, I’d like you to join me as I explore everything there is to know about one of these amazing women. Ladies whose contributions to the horror genre have not gone unnoticed....

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A Horror Fiend Christmas

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A Horror Fiend Christmas

The holiday season is here again, and this time of year offers very little for the horror fiend in all of us. The TV guide reads like a laundry list of Made for television Christmas movies, starring dated celebrities that we didn’t give a shit about ten years ago, much less now. For those of us who have noted the fact that our seasonal depression begins simultaneously with the end of AMC Fear Fest, the weeks ahead can be a real bummer. In an effort to combat the symptoms of holiday over exposure, I decided to balance things out with...

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Possession: Horror's Greatest Blank Check

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Possession: Horror's Greatest Blank Check

I’m going to breeze right by the usual set of mea culpas here and just say that tentatively, I am back writing for the fine folks of the CCH Podcast in what I am praying manages to be a more regular fashion. What with the guys with microphones talking about The Exorcist, we figured it would be a good time for the guy with the word processor to weigh in on the topic of possession in pop culture.  I don’t think there is a culture in the entirety of history that hasn’t had some kind of evil spirit or demon in...

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