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13 Mad Scientists That Made Herbert West Look Sane

Ever since Henry Frankenstein first screamed “It’s alive!” horror fans have been enthralled by mad scientists, leading to the crazed geniuses popping up in nearly every form of media. And whether they...

McKamey Manor

Arguing Against The Legality Of McKamey Manor

Every year during the halloween season, thrill-seekers and horror enthusiasts flock in  masses to haunted house attractions across the United States. Most haunted houses use similar tactics to scare t...

Devil's Rejects

The True Story Of The Real-Life Devil’s Rejects

Rob Zombie’s critically-acclaimed masterpiece The Devil’s Rejects is the far superior sequel to the equally gut-wrenching and terrifying House of 1000 Corpses. The pair of gore flicks follows th...

The True Story Behind The Town that Dreaded Sundown

The True Story Behind The Town that Dreaded Sundown

A cold case is an unsolved criminal investigation that remains open indefinitely pending the discovery of new evidence. There have been numerous unique cases throughout history, some of which remain u...

Don't Tell a Soul

Don’t Tell a Soul is a Riveting, Tense Must See [Review]

Don’t Tell a Soul follows Matt (Fionn Whitehead of Black Mirror ) and Joey (Jack Dylan Grazer of IT) who commit a bit of breaking and entering to help their mother (Mena Suvari of American Horror Stor...

Scream 2 - original versions of horror movies that were awful

Six Horror Sequels With Subtle References You May Have Missed

Fans love to pick apart their favorite movies and franchises. There are threads upon threads of fan theories, some of them interesting, and some of them completely insane—but still interesting in some...

Haunting Hour

Five of the Creepiest Episodes of R. L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour

If you’re unfamiliar with R. L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour, just imagine a modernized version of Goosebumps without the awful acting and lame twists. Unlike its fairly tame ’90s prede...

Mexico Barbaro

Mexico Barbaro is a Solid Anthology [Review]

Mexico Barbaro is an anthology with eight short films by eight different directors. The helmers include Laurette Flores Bornn, Edgar Nito, Aaron Soto, Isaac Ezban, Lex Ortega, Jorge Michel Grau, Ulise...

Camp Twilight

Camp Twilight is a Must-See, Slasher Delight [Review]

Camp Twilight follows six senior high school students who have been given the opportunity to make up for their failing grades by taking a weekend camping trip to a place called Camp Twilight (obviousl...