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posted by jlhfan624
Jigsaw is an American horror film directed by Michael and Peter Spierig and starring Tobin Bell, Laura Vandervoort, Matt Passmore, Callum Keith Rennie, Clé Bennett, and Hannah Emily Anderson. It is the eighth installment in the Saw franchise, picking up over a decade after the death of the eponymous Jigsaw killer during the police investigation of a new succession of murders that fit his modus operandi.

This review will contain NO spoilers for Jigsaw but might for Saw 1-7.

For those unaware the Saw series is about John Kramer, also called the "Jigsaw Killer" or simply "Jigsaw". Rather than...
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posted by PoooBoo
Here's Johnny!
Here's Johnny!
1. Parents just don't understand: Yes, no matter how crazy or odd the behavior of their children becomes, these horror parents just refuse to care, say, or do anything about it. In severe cases the statement "He/she must be on drugs!" is often spoken.

2. We travel in packs! Whether monster or slasher, the fodder must consist of a group no smaller than six members of either friends, family, or tourists. Another characteristic of this cliche is that the members must consist of all ranges of gender, race, and stereotypes.

3. Arise ye Baddie! Our beloved baddie has just had a bridge collapse on him...
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posted by hitman11
There's good news and there's bad news for horror fans today, folks. The bad news is that Rob Zombie has signed to write and direct H2, the sequel to his godawful remake of Halloween.

The good news is... erm. Erm. We'll get back to you on that one.

Zombie has long said that he would never make a sequel to his 2007 film, which spent more time on the origin of stalker and slasher extraordinaire Michael Myers than it did on the actual stalking and slashing, despite the fact that it grossed a nice, sequel-friendly $78 million worldwide.
Devin Sidell
Devin Sidell
If you like to be spooked, then you’re going to shiver with excitement over the new scripted podcast series “Video Palace.”

The 10-episode series marks a first from Shudder, AMC Networks' premium streaming service for thriller, suspense and horror, and it’s well-worth the cheap membership price tag.

“Video Palace” is described as the story of video collector Mark Cambria who after watching a recently acquired VHS tape, begins talking in his sleep in a mysterious language. Mark and his girlfriend Tamra set out to investigate the tape's origin and find themselves caught up in a web...
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Chapter 1:

"...I am standing in front of Haddonfield Correctional Hospital were local resident Laurie Strode is being kept under strict surveillance. It has been recently discovered that Strode is actually Angel Myers, sister to notorious killer Micahel Myers. For the past year, Strode has been at this hospital after the events of last Halloween when Myers took Strode hostage after brutally killing her best friend and daughter of Chief of Police, Annie..."

The television screen turned black as it was turned off, leaving the large living room in darkness.

"Hey, I was watching that!" 20-year-old...
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posted by SherlockStark
I have a confession to make: I love horror; movies, books, television shows, it doesn’t matter. I can’t make it through the week without my fix of horror escapism. As a very introspective person, I have often wondered why this is the case; why am I drawn to this specific genre? After a productive pondering session, I think I have come up with four compelling reasons horror is such a well-loved genre (at least to me).

1.    It’s edgy.
Do you remember being an emo teenager? Wearing skull and crossbone jewelry with punk rock band T-shirts and writing angsty lyrics in a...
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posted by jlhfan624
WARNING: Beware that this coming article WILL have some pretty grisly/gory images. This IS the horror movies spot after all! If you do not like looking at these things, please DON'T. I don't want to be responsible for your nightmares &/or being sick. :)


Now, as for the origin of this article - well, I just wanted to try something new in this spot. I was coming up with nothing for picks, and that's usually my strong suit so I decided to try for an article instead and came up with this. Most of all, I hope everyone gets some kind of entertainment out of this. I had fun thinking of things to...
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posted by victoriaprother
The Spiral Staircase (1946) Directed by Robert Siodmak, is a psychological film noir starring Dorothy McGuire as the primary character, Helen.
It was adapted from a screenplay by Mel Dinelli and based on the Ethel Lina White novel 'Some Must Watch'. White also penned the original story that was used for Hitchcock’s film, The Lady Vanishes.
The movie is set primarily in a large Victorian house, Helen is a mute servant girl for the elderly bed-ridden Mrs. Warren (Ethel Barrymore). Also living in the mansion are the matriarch’s son Steve (Gordon Olivier), her stepson, Professor Albert Warren...
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posted by adultswimperson
AWESOME, thaks guys for voting for me for horror fan of the month, i was hoping i would win since me and Paramore-CSI were both tied, but thanks to energizerbunny who voted for me a day before the winnner was anounced.
So, thanks to all the other people who voted for me as well.
i am really happy with this honor.
and thanks to the people who became friends with me and the people who voted for each horror question i posted everyday.
if it wasnt for u guys i would'nt have won this award.
thanks so much!

>1. What's your all-time favorite horror movie?
> The Hills Have eyes
>2. Do you like sequels?...
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posted by wifeofjason
Pennywise from IT
Pennywise from IT
Being the horror researcher that I am, I decided to compile a list of movies featuring killer clowns. There's probably some here that you've never heard of before. A few of them are good (You'll already know which ones), but most, not so much.

Not listed in any particular order, except for the first few being the more familiar ones.

0. Poltergeist (1982)

1. Stephen King's It (1990)

2. Clownhouse (1990)

3. Killer Klowns From Outer Space (1988)

4. Drive Thru (2008)

5. Amusement (2009)

6. Gacy (2002)

7. House of 1,000 Corpses (2003)

8. The Clown at Midnight (1998)

9. Dead Clowns (2008)

10. 100 Tears (2008)...
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posted by jlhfan624
I made link about half a year ago. My how things have changed. I'm sure in another 6 months or so, I'll look back at this coming list and reconsider another article. But here I am...here we are! One thing you will learn about me (and quick) is that I'm a person with a fickle mind - sure, I will always have my solid favorites which will always be in my list, but they don't have a set number. I will change my mind whenever I feel like it. I don't LIE when I say "A Nightmare on Elm Street" is my favorite horror movie, because it IS. It has been my number 1, my number 2, even my number 20. Things...
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Marzy Hart
Marzy Hart
Got a hankering for a little bloody humor? Then, you’ll probably want to check out the original web series, “SLICE.”

Created and directed by Daniel Ferry, this horror meets dark comedy crossover stars Marzy Hart as a woman who can’t quench her thirst to kill. Marzy also produced the 7 episodes that make up the first season.

“SLICE” recently screened at Vancouver WebFest, earning a ‘Best Horror’ nomination, and will be heading to HollyWeb Fest as an ‘Official Selection’ later this month.

I recently caught up with Marzy Hart to find out more about “SLICE.”


How would you describe...
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posted by EllentheStrange
Ok,this is the 1973 version,and I am doing this for those of you scared to see.Agian from Wikipedia,to lazy to tpye up the whole plot and movie.5/5.Good stuff very very creepy,scary,eerie,strange,nightmarish.Best horror movie ever.

Starting at an archaeological dig in Al-hadar near Nineveh in Iraq, Father Lankester Merrin (Max von Sydow), an archaeologist, visits a site where a small stone is found, resembling a grimacing, bestial creature. Merrin travels onward to find the strange statue of Pazuzu, which has a head similar to the one found earlier. He also encounters two riflemen and two dogs...
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me
me
There are two types of people in the world - those who don't love horror, and me. I don't need to clarify for anyone here that I'm a horror fanatic as if you visited this club or my profile ever, you'd know how much I love the genre. It is my favorite genre, no contest and it has been since I was 8 years old. Maybe even before that, but that's the age I remember becoming obsessed. So in all those years, I have seen a LOT of horror movies and I have also had many years to collect them.

I realized I have not done one of these articles in 8 years, and some of my favorites have changed. In that...
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posted by Pinkyfan333
     Black Night

This is a story about a group of friends Remy and Emille(Ratatouille),Pinky and Brain(Pinky and the Brain), Colleen(Pinky and the Brain), Buck, Crash and Eddie and Scratte (Sara) (Ice Age 3) who go on a trip to a
Remote cabin in the woods. Not knowing that something else is
Watching them. Something that feeds on their fear. This is my first horror book. Enjoy!!!

Chapter 1: Road trip:

A Jeep is driving down the road with a Cadillac following it. In the jeep are 4 friends (Pinky, Brain, Sara, and Buck). In the Cadillac are 5 friends (Remy, Emille, Colleen, Crash...
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posted by victoriaprother
Lost Heart (1973) based on a tale by the marvellous ghost story teller MR James, is one of the Ghost Stories adapted by the BBC for the Yuletide series, adapted by Robert Chapman. Filmed on location in Lincolnshire during November, the autumnal scenery and gothic Manor House provide a beautifully effective setting for such a spooky ambient tale.
The story tells of Stephen Elliott, (Simon Gipps) a young orphan boy sent to stay with his much older cousin, Mr Abney (Joseph O'Conor) who's portrayal is reminiscent of Dr Caligari in his jerking movements and animated expressions. The eccentric Mr...
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Please keep in mind that this is merely my opinion, and this will be almost strictly horror. You could say "What's Halloween without Hocus Pocus and Halloweentown?" and that's fine but also cliched and not horror. This is not a list of my favorite horror movies by any means either, just a list of great ones I think are fun to watch at Halloween time and give me that sense of Horrorween (my new favorite word btw). I have also included some horror television in here as well just for the short attention span people (aka me).

In no particular order...

Stan Helsing
🍿🍿🍿1/2
🍿🍿🍿1/2

"It's Halloween...
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posted by jlhfan624
Wish Upon is a 2017 American supernatural horror film directed by John R. Leonetti, and starring Joey King, Ki Hong Lee, and Ryan Phillipe. It was released on July 14, 2017.

As a major massive horror fan, I think it's very important that we support the genre. To some people that's exclusive to one sub-genre but to others like me, that means everything. Now, that doesn't mean if you're not interested in something go see it anyway just because ~horror~. But I don't buy into the PG-13 horror is always bad belief that many seem to have. Not every horror movie is made for adults. Not every horror...
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Are you ready for halloween days?
Now, It's time to decorate your bathroom to welcome HALLOWEEN.
Halloween Shower Curtain.
Check Pictures!
You can Amazon the keyword, "HorriWeen"
posted by jlhfan624
It is a 2017 American supernatural horror film based on Stephen King's 1986 novel of the same name and directed by Andy Muschietti starring Jaeden Lieberher, Jeremy Ray Taylor, Sophia Lillis, Finn Wolfhard, Wyatt Oleff, Chosen Jacobs, Jack Dylan Grazer and Bill Skarsgard as Pennywise the Dancing Clown. It opened September 8, 2017.

This review will contain NO spoilers.

It's important to note that while this could be seen as a remake of the 1990 Miniseries, it's actually a re-adaptation of Stephen King's original book IT. So while I may reference the miniseries now an again, during this article...
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