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Doctor Sleep, Snake Plissken & A Strong Hand: Horror Coming to Netflix, Shudder & DVD February 2020

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Doctor Sleep, Snake Plissken & A Strong Hand: Horror Coming to Netflix, Shudder & DVD February 2020

The month of love is upon us, and what says "I love you" more than a heart in a chocolate box? Netflix isn't giving the horror genre much love this February, but Shudder and Blu-ray releases are here to be your bloody Valentine.  February 1st A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010):  The spectre of a disfigured man haunts the children of the parents who murdered him, stalking and killing them in their dreams. Scary Movie 2: Four teens are tricked by Professor Oldman into visiting a haunted house for a school project. February 11th Polaroid: High school loner Bird Fitcher has no idea...

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Soundtrack Review: Evil Dead II

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Soundtrack Review: Evil Dead II

  One of horror’s greatest sequels has a soundtrack that’s theatrical, gorgeously orchestrated, and absolutely to die for. Horror sequels frequently lose a lot of the grim and glorious magic that made the first installation such a treat to see. New actors and directions come in, writers struggle not to repeat the same premises as the original, and composers get swapped out. A change in composer, while not as easily noticed as a new director or a fresh star, can make or break a horror film. Certain sequels get lucky — Christopher Young’s more orchestral score for A Nightmare on...

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Ash, A T-Rex & Zombies: Horror Coming to Netflix, Shudder & DVD January 2020

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Ash, A T-Rex & Zombies: Horror Coming to Netflix, Shudder & DVD January 2020

This January is not only the start of a new year, but it is also the start of a new decade, and the releases for the month are even more cause for celebration. For the first time in forever, Netflix has actually beaten Shudder in the amount of horror titles they will be releasing. DVD/Blu-ray releases are also quite impressive for the first month of 2020. January 1st Ghost Stories: Indian anthology horror film, consisting of four short film segments. Inception: A thief who steals corporate secrets through the use of dream-sharing technology is given the inverse task of planting an idea...

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Ranking the Puppet Master Franchise From Worst to Best

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Ranking the Puppet Master Franchise From Worst to Best

In 1989, Charles Band and Full Moon released the first part of what was soon to become their most recognized film creation, Puppet Master. Spawning multiple sequels, a comic book series, and plentiful merchandising opportunities, this series became a cornerstone for this direct-to-video company. There's been a steady production of sequels that further flesh out the story of Toulon’s killer puppets — some good and some bad, but most of them fun. This list explores every film in the franchise, with my attempt at ranking them from worst to best. As a little holiday treat, I’ll also include where you...

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Top 10 Streaming Holiday Horror Films

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Top 10 Streaming Holiday Horror Films

This Christmas, skip the sentimental schlock in favor of a scary good time. There’s nothing more festive than blood and gore, so celebrate the horrordays with some fun, frightening films this December. Fortunately, Santa brought us a casket full of streaming shivers this season! 1. Red Christmas (Netflix, Tubi) Red Christmas is an Australian movie starring genre favorite Dee Wallace (The Howling, Three from Hell) as a family matriarch who has a large and loving household to spend the holidays with. However, it seems like aborted son Cletus wasn’t invited to the festivities but shows up anyway, bringing some resentment along...

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