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Wes Craven - Surprising Early Jobs of Your Favorite Horror Movie Directors

Surprising Early Jobs of Your Favorite Horror Movie Directors

Everybody starts somewhere, even your favorite horror directors. Getting into the industry is an incredibly hard thing to do. Nobody becomes a director, writer, producer, or scores any major position ...

Frankenstein Unbound

Mary Shelley’s Timecop: The Bizarre Fun of Frankenstein Unbound

Frankenstein is to this day one of the most frequently adapted fictional stories of all time. Despite its science fiction core, there’s something timeless about it. As long as death exists, the book w...

Carnosaur 1993

How Carnosaur Beat Jurassic Park to the Punch (We Can’t Believe it Either)

Carnosaur is widely known as a rip off of Jurassic Park. The idea makes sense. After all, Jurassic Park was the biggest hit of 1993 and it built up a lot of hype even before it was released, making it...

Chopping Mall

Blu-Ray Review: Vestron Video’s Chopping Mall

Chopping Mall finds a group of friends locked in their local shopping center when they stay after hours to party. The storm that is brewing outside causes the mall’s security robots to malfuncti...

B-Movie Directors Who Should Have Helmed Mainstream Movies

B-Movie directors tend to get made fun of just for doing what they do, which has always been a little ridiculous to me. Look at the way in which these productions are typically made, especially in the...

Carnosaur [Cult Corner]

Welcome to Cult Corner where we dive through the bargain bins to determine if a movie is trash or treasure. Today’s pick…Adam Simon’s Carnosaur. To understand Carnosaur, you need to first ...

Dunwich Horror 1970 poster

Cult Corner: The Dunwich Horror (1970)

Welcome to Cult Corner where we dive through the bargain bins to determine if a movie is trash or treasure. Today’s pick…Daniel Haller’s The Dunwich Horror. H.P. Lovecraft is a tough autho...

Pit and the Pendulum (1991)

Evil Eyes: Forgotten Adaptations of Edgar Allan Poe

Edgar Allan Poe is the biggest name in horror. Even Stephen King has never come close to being as prominent and influential in the genre. Even the highest selling living author can’t outrank the one t...

Ten Unconventional Takes on the Frankenstein Myth

Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein: or, the Modern Prometheus was first published in 1818, and even those who are not fans of the horror genre are familiar with the story of scientist Victor Frankenste...

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