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Interviews

Exclusive: Cinematographer David Kruta Talks ‘Black Friday’ and ‘The Last Thing Mary Saw’

The lenser behind two of this year’s hot-button horror titles tells us what gear he used, a scene he’s proud of, and the directors he wants to work wi…

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WATCH: ‘Death Drop Gorgeous’ Co-Director Michael J. Ahern Talks Queer Horror

In our interview, he tells us about his out-of-control ode to John Waters and shares his scariest dating app horror stories.

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‘Prisoners of the Ghostland’ Interview: Sion Sono Isn’t Sure if This is His Wildest Movie (Video)

Star Nic Cage called it his wildest yet, but for Sono it’s another day at the office.

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Exclusive Interview with ‘Demonic’s Carly Pope On Vancouver and Reaching the Next Level

Our very own @MarcosCodas sits down with Demonic’s Carly Pope to talk about filming in Vancouver and reaching the next level in life….

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‘The Righteous’ Interview: Mark O’Brien on His Stunning Directorial Debut

Michelle Swope talks with Mark O’Brien about writing, directing, and starring in his feature film debut, ‘The Righteous,’ a slow burn, black-and…

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Editorials

‘Bingo Hell’ and ‘Madres’ Are Crucial Pieces of Contemporary Latinx Horror

‘Bingo Hell’ and ‘Madres’ are two pieces of Latinx horror chosen by Blumhouse for Welcome To The Blumhouse. This is why that’s so important….

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‘The Purge’ Forever: How a Horror Franchise Was Born and Built to Last

James DeMonaco breaks down how he created and expanded ‘The Purge’ series, and tells us what it takes to make an enduring horror franchise….

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Halloween Kills: Familiar Faces Look to Stop Michael Myers’ Evil

We’re looking back at all the characters returning to Haddonfield in the upcoming ‘Halloween Kills.’

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[Tales of Dread] ‘Imagination Land’ by Michael Santiago

This week in ‘Tales of Dread’, a psychic school teacher who loves to read the minds of her students gets an unpleasant surprise….

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‘Dolls’: Grasping At Childhood Wonder in Stuart Gordon’s 1987 Film

‘Dolls’ is a gory, creepy, and downright sad film from Stuart Gordon about the importance of clinging to parts of your childhood….

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