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    31 Days of Horror: ‘The Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ – 40 Years Later

    When someone hears the title The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, they might just pass it off as just another inane slasher flick, but in fact Texas is much more; it’s a relentlessly agonizing, bleak masterpiece of horror cinema. Texas isn’t merely interested in scaring its audience; it’s an intelligent and visceral experience which examines the darker impulses found in people, a movie where unspeakably horrific acts take place mostly outside of the frame. More

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    New on Video: ‘The Texas Chain Saw Massacre’

    The Texas Chain Saw Massacre was at the time of its release a most unusual feature. Why the movie still resonates today though, why it still has such a strong cult following, and why it remains one of the genre’s greatest entries, is for many of the same reasons it was so groundbreaking in 1974. More

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    Scream Factory announces ten exciting new genre releases

    Scream Factory has been doing an amazing job for a few years now with their amazing home releases of cult classics and lesser-known gems of the past few decades. With releases like From Beyond, Day of the Dead, The Howling, Darkman, Ginger Snaps, John Carpenter’s The Fog, Sleepaway Camp, The Town That Dreaded Sundown, and […] More

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    ‘Insidious’, ‘Poltergeist’ and ‘Hausu’

    Saw originator James Wan’s long-hyped paranormal horror flick Insidious crept into theaters this week, so we thought it wise to look at one of its most obvious forbears, plus a cult oddity on the same tip. First up is 1977’s Hausu (House), a bizarre, chaotic Japanese horror-comedy like no other. Of course, no discussion of […] More

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    Sound On Sight Radio #262: Alien Invasion Movies

    On episode 262 of Sound On Sight Radio, host Al Kratina makes his long awaited return to the show. Along with newbie/regular co-host Michael Waldman and Ricky D, the three hosts take a look at three Alien Invasion flicks, starting with Tobe Hooper’s 1985 sci-fi epic Lifeforce. Afterward they’ll be taking a look at the […] More

  • Leatherface goes 3D with a new Texas Chainsaw Massacre series.

    Twisted Pictures, the production company behind the never-ending Saw series, is in talks with LIONSGATE to buy the movie rights to The Texas Chainsaw Massacre with plans to relaunch the series in 3D. Stephen Susco, a horror specialist who is most famous for penning the remake of The Grudge will write the script and Carl […] More

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    The Terrible Secret Of Space

    Body Count: Volume 12 Some of my earliest horror movie memories are in the early 80’s. I was a cartoon junkie like most kids my age and you know how it goes on any saturday morning. Or maybe you know how it used to go. Get up wicked early, pour a massive bowl of cereal […] More