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Exclusive Interview: Tom Savini Talks Friday the 13th: The Game and More

Tom Savini is an absolute legend in the world of horror. Beginning his career by establishing himself as one of the premier makeup artists of all time, he created shocking gore scenes and creatures fo...

A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors

Nat’s Five (Additional) Picks to Watch on Halloween

We all have certain things that we love to watch around the Halloween season, if not on the day itself. Sometims they’re the movies that best represent the holiday for us, some have nostalgic value in...

Horror Performances by A-List Actors Misery 1990 - Horror movies with an incredibly simple premise

Eight Gross-Out Horror Scenes We Can’t Help But Watch

Every horror fan has their own threshold when it comes to tolerating how far a movie goes. It comes down to personal taste. Some people can handle extreme amounts of gore, some can handle very little....

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Script to Pieces: Romero’s Creepshow 3

Welcome to Script to Pieces, a recurring feature at Wicked Horror where we look at the best, most interesting and at times most unbelievable horror movies that never happened. Sometimes these will be ...

Five Painfully Obnoxious Jerks from Horror Movies

Jerks and horror films go hand in hand. Almost any horror movie you can think of likely has a character that you are supposed to hate. This is separate from the main villain of the film. This would be...

Creepshow 2 1987

Why Creepshow 2 is an Unexpectedly Balanced Anthology

While the anthology movie is a great and unsung type of horror feature, films of that type usually have the same set of problems. They rarely balance out the stories in a way that satisfies viewers an...

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Cult Corner: Screamtime

[soliloquy id=”18102″] Welcome to Cult Corner where we dive through the bargain bins to determine if a movie is trash or treasure. Today’s pick… Al Beresford’s Screamtime...

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Top Five George Romero Movies

[soliloquy id=”11224″] George Romero earned his reputation as a master of horror with his very first film, 1968’s Night of the Living Dead. He has contributed more to the genre than virtua...

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