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The Thing

Horror Remakes That Equaled Or Surpassed the Original

Remakes are a longstanding tradition in cinema, especially in the horror genre. But there is no doubt that we have seen an over-saturation in recent years. The majority of remakes are realized for the...

Serpent and the Rainbow - non traditional zombie films that broke the mold

Five Non-Traditional Zombie Movies That Broke the Mold

Zombie films have a tendency to follow the same beaten path, perhaps more so than any other horror sub-genre. Zombies are typically not considered as diverse, in terms of potential applications as vam...

Five Movie Monsters That Are Actually Kind of Adorable

It’s easier to be scared of monsters when you’re young. Everything’s new, everything’s mysterious. You’re never really sure what’s out there in the dark. Browsing the video store shelves as a kid, eve...

Psycho - 60s horror movies that hold up surprisingly well

Eight Truly Classic ’60s Horror Films That Still Hold Up

For most fans, the 1960s were a transition point between the classical horror era and the more realistic modern era that began with titles like The Texas Chain Saw Massacre and The Last House on the L...

Seven vampire comedies to sink your teeth into

Seven Great Vampire Comedies to Sink Your Teeth Into

Vampire comedies, like vampires themselves, tend to come and go. They’re not always popular but even when they aren’t, they’re still being produced in some capacity. The biggest surges of popularity f...

the cabin in evil dead II

Why Evil Dead II is Not a Remake of the First

Evil Dead II is a very similar movie to the first in terms of its setting and plot. It opens with a bit of backstory on the Book of the Dead—which would not be referred to as the Necronomicon until Ar...

Cujo - Donna from Cujo

Why ‘Cujo’ is a Hauntingly Plausible Classic

Directed by Lewis Teague (just coming off another rampaging animal movie, Alligator, at the time) Cujo tells the story of a St. Bernard that goes rabid after chasing a rabbit into a cave inhabited by ...

the blob

How The Blob Remake Outdid the Original!

1958’s The Blob is the perfect monster monster movie for its era. It’s big, it’s campy, it’s funny. All in all, it is pure popcorn entertainment. The remake, made thirty years later, had a lot to live...

Martin

Why Martin Remains Unparalleled in its Portrayal of Vampires

George Romero had stated a couple of times that Martin was what he felt to be the best, most complete and closest to his original vision of all his films. Yet, even now, it remains one of his most und...