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‘Warped & Faded’: New Book Tells How Weird Wednesday Led to the Birth of the American Genre Film Archive [Interview]

Author Lars Nilsen tells us about his new book, a beautiful B-movie compendium that shows how a beloved screening series changed genre film history fo…

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Tony Todd Interview: The Horror Icon Explains Why ‘Candyman’ Messed You Up So Much

He also spills the tea about ‘Horror Noire’, ‘Behind the Monsters’, and his forthcoming autobiography.

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‘I Know What You Did Last Summer’: Cinematographer Anka Malatynska Talks Filming the New Horror Series

We sat down with cinematographer Anka Malatynska to discuss her work on ‘I Know What you Did Last Summer’ and the power of darkness….

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‘Not Alone’ Director Cezil Reed on Subverting Horror Fans’ Expectations, Working With Richard Lawson

The filmmaker tells us about his early exposure to horror, how Lawson made his job easy, and his new film’s biggest influences, from Spielberg to Carp…

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Alex Vincent and Christine Elise Spill Their Guts on Chucky [Exclusive]

Two franchise favorites clue us in on what’s coming next!

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Editorials

‘Creep 2’ and the Fallacy of Postfeminism

Jenn Adams examines ‘Creep 2’ and how it argues that post feminism doesn’t truly exist through Aaron’s manipulation of Sara.

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4 Films To Pair With James Wan’s ‘Malignant’ [Double That Feature]

In the latest Double That Feature, Giallo Julian provides some perfect pairings with James Wan’s latest, ‘Malignant.’

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‘Always Shine’ Is A Deceivingly Simple Tale of Misogyny and Female Performance in Hollywood

Sophia Takal’s 2016 film is a poignant indictment about expectations of women in both Hollywood and society at large.

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‘The House at the End of Time’ is Unpredictable and Heartfelt [The Overlook Motel]

Alejandro Hidalgo’s 2013 horror film is an overlooked gem that is not to be missed.

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9 Made-for-TV Horror Films That are Far Better Than They Should be

These nine films rise above their made-for-TV origins

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