Tag: gore

Freddy Vs. Jason

Today, you get a short post from me because I am just too damn tired to concentrate long enough for a coherent rant about why I love Freddy Vs. Jason. Long story short (too late!): After many years of speculation, rewrites, and fiascos, they did this thing up RIGHT. The writers paid close attention to

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Open House

Open House (2010) Those of you who might have seen the cover art for this film probably noticed that Sookie & Bill from True Blood are featured prominently. That’s actually a slick marketing trick, since their combined screen time is less than 10 minutes. It all makes sense, though, because this little horror flick is

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5 Reasons to watch The Walking Dead

5 reasons you need to watch The Walking Dead I’m always wary of something that has SO much hype surrounding it. But you guys. YOU GUYS. The Walking Dead was so awesome I’m having trouble even thinking about how to describe it—so I whittled it down to the 5 best reasons: Andrew Lincoln (as Rick

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Cabin Fever

31 Horror Movies I Own #30: Cabin Fever I know everybody likes Hostel more, but I still stand by my belief that Eli Roth’s first film is his best (so far). Cabin Fever evokes the feeling of old-school slasher movies complete with the requisite amount of drugs, booze, and T&A—but instead of a crazy killer,

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Dead Alive

31 Horror Movies I Own #29: Dead Alive (AKA Braindead) My second favorite Peter Jackson film (Heavenly Creatures is the first), Dead Alive is a hilarious 1992 blood-fest from the LOTR master that makes me extremely happy. Shy Lionel Cosgrove is trying to escape his overbearing mother’s clutches so he can woo the girl of

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A Nightmare on Elm Street

31 Horror Movies I Own #28: A Nightmare on Elm Street “I’m your boyfriend now, Nancy” I’ve written previously about my love for A Nightmare on Elm Street, but I wanted to reiterate how AWESOME the original 1984 movie is. Wes Craven created one badass sicko in the form of Fred Krueger, which is why

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