When it comes to horror movies, give me a good remake over a good sequel any day.
Horror films are self-contained magic acts, and sequels strip away all the mystery that drew you to the original movie in the first place by inevitably adding backstory and blowing a small magic act out of proportion. A remake, by it’s nature, has the potential to take a brilliant idea and resurrect it for new audiences to discover.
Continue reading “The Soska Sisters Aim to Infect the World with Their Own Virulent Strain of David Cronenberg’s “Rabid””
Are You Ready to Scream…With Pleasure?
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Hellbent for Horror is nominated for a Rondo Award for BEST MULTI-MEDIA HORROR SITE!
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I’d like to ask you a favor, if I may, regarding the Oscars and the snubbing of using the word “horror.”
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Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol is possibly the most popular ghost story in the English language.
It may seem weird that Christmas has a famous ghost story, but the reality is that Christmas ghost stories were a tradition in Victorian England. Continue reading “Episode 063- Christmas Ghost Stories”