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Cursed

  Starring Jesse Eisenberg before anyone knew who Jesse Eisenberg was (pre-Zombieland & The Social Network) and Christina Ricci, Cursed is a Craven/Williamson pairing that failed MISERABLY. I was super excited at the prospect of a Werewolf tale from these two, especially one with Pacey Joshua Jackson, but unfortunately. Uggggh. There is so much terrible

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Lost Girl Kicks Ass

I was skeptical about this whole “fae” thing, but as it turns out, SyFy’s Lost Girl is filling the void that Buffy left in my fantasy-loving heart. Main character Bo is a sexy succubus with the power to drain the life out of men or women, or you know – touch them and make them

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Ginger Snaps 2

31 Horror Movies in 31 Days Two-for-1! Well, more like two in one day, since I missed yesterday’s post.  I know I’ve talked about my love for Ginger Snaps before, but I feel like it needs even more appreciation, along with its sequel: Ginger Snaps: Unleashed. Ginger Snaps is a fantastic little horror film, blending humor, teenage

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An American Werewolf in London

31 Horror Movies I Own #27: An American Werewolf in London Another horror-comedy, An American Werewolf in London is the film that kicked off my obsession with gory special F/X. College backpackers David and Jack are hiking across some spooky, fog-covered moors in England when the stumble upon a pub called “The Slaughtered Lamb”, and

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The Howling

31 Horror Movies I Own #12: The Howling “I’m gonna give you a piece of my mind….” A couple of years before he exploded my 80s kid brain with fuzzy adorable Gizmo and his nemesis, Spike, in Gremlins, Joe Dante directed what I still think is one of the finest werewolf movies ever made: The

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Ginger Snaps

Horror Movies I Own #5: Ginger Snaps “Out by 16 or dead in the scene, but together forever…” Ginger Snaps is one of those surprising little horror films that I might have skipped over if several friends hadn’t assured me I’d love it—and I do. How could I not love a story about death-obsessed Goth

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