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These classic films are as terrifying as anything you'll see in the theater today.
As long as movies have been around, inventive and cunning filmmakers have been using motion pictures to scare the hell out of audiences. That's why contemporary horror films, with their gimmickry and gore abound, often are no match for the classic films ...
 
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Viewer beware, you're in for a scare.
The '80s were a phenomenal time for aficionados of the gruesome, the gory, and the ghoulish. Both independent and mainstream cinematic offerings delivered chills that stayed with you long after you'd left the theater and curled up in bed, wondering about what ...
 
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Ever wondered when exactly the first undead hand burst out of a graveyard? We've got you
You know the nuts and bolts of horror films: hands of the recently deceased punching through graveyard earth, children who refuse to emote, moments when something happens very unexpectedly and loudly because nothing's happened for about 10 minutes. Horror, more than most ...
 
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These design professionals share hair-raising experiences they had in homes and buildings they had worked on in the past
With the many homes they visit and work on regularly, it is no surprise that interior designers and architects have their fair share of supernatural stories. These design pros encounter not just different people but also different places, some of which may ...
 
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We explain the Red Room, what happened to Hugh Crain, and what's next for Season Two.
If you're reading this, I'm going to naturally assume that you've made it all the way through The Haunting of Hill House, or you were too scared to watch it and want to learn about the ending so you can talk about it ...
 
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James Jude Courtney used to live with a hitman, who gave him pointers on how to look more like he was about to kill someone
Faceless, voiceless, emotionless slasher Michael Myers has been played by six actors over the years, but the latest to take up the mask is probably the only one to have been given pointers on how murderers go about murdering by an actual ...
 
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It involves a Kentucky college student, a mental institution, and a 12-year-old boy with "evil" eyes.
Michael Myers has been terrifying teen babysitters since the first Halloween film debuted in 1978. The masked killer stalks and knifes (and strangles, and drowns, and hangs and beats to death) residents of the fictional town of Haddonfield, Illinois, especially targeting high school students.This ...
 
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Jamie Lee Curtis is back once again to fight the seemingly invincible Michael Myers.
Michael Myers will never die. That's the idea I'm starting to get as we approach October 19, which is when the latest movie in the Halloween franchise—aptly titled Halloween—will hit theaters. Set 40 years after John Carpenter's original slasher flick, the film sees both return ...
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