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    Tombstone Tuesdays: H.P. Lovecraft’s Re-Animator

    Re-Animator, another obscure zombie flick, questions scientific advancements by revealing potential consequences and effects to the people around us. This last Tombstone Tuesday could have easily been given to Army of Darkness by Sam Raimi, Night of the Living Dead by George A. Romero, Shaun of the Dead by Edgar Wright, Dead Snow by Tommy Wirkola, or maybe even Dead Alive by Peter Jackson. But Re-Animator offers something beyond braining eating and strange noises. Re-Animator is a non-traditional classic that is centered on an underlying message of whether or not science is going too far. More

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    Trailer: Horror gets existential in ‘The Divine Tragedies’

    From writer/director Jose Prendes comes The Divine Tragedies, a horror film about two intellectual brothers who want to kill just for the experience. The brothers, played by Graham Denman and Jon Kondelik, find that the deed is easier said then done as both their relationships and minds begin to break. The trailer for the film […] More

  • Greatest Scream Queens

    Debbie Rochon, often described as a scream queen herself, wrote in an article originally published in GC Magazine that “a true Scream Queen isn’t The Perfect Woman. She’s sexy, seductive, but most importantly ‘attainable’ to the average guy. Or so it would seem.” Nastassja Kinski Films: To the Devil a Daughter (1976) Cat People (1982) […] More