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[Cutting It Close] Extraterrestrial Teen Horror WITHOUT WARNING (1980) is The First Alien Slasher Movie
Welcome to Cutting It Close, a monthly column that tackles one of the most popular subgenres in...Read More
[FGBFF 2020 REVIEW] Queer Horror Shorts Program ReImagines the Genre as a Place of Fluidity, Sex, and Terror
Being queer is pretty cool, but also pretty exhausting. As you search to find yourself in film,...Read More
Biopics are a strange breed of films. They can be absolutely spectacular, like Spike Lee’s Malcom...Read More
Welcome to Scared in Segments a monthly column devoted to horror anthologies big and small. If you...Read More
Spooky season has fully descended upon us. There’s a crispness in the air as all things...Read More
Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings was released during the heyday of direct-to-video horror movies....Read More
On paper, 1981’s The Burning is nothing special. After films like Halloween (1978), Friday...Read More
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