Horror

There’s something inherently unsettling about teeth, and the addition of someone prodding at them with sharp instruments is especially invasive. On the other side of that coin, the negative association with dentistry can impact the professionals. Cult filmmaker Brian Yuzna (Return of the Living Dead III, Society) tapped into these fundamental fears with his 1996
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Matt Reeves set the tone for Miracles, a supernatural and spiritual procedural series that’s full of the director’s trademark touches. “What’s the point of faith if it’s never tested?”“I’m beginning to think that we’re on our own down here…” Matt Reeves has comfortably made a name for himself as not only one of horror and
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Back in 2008 when the original Dead Space was released, players were almost immediately enamored with its action-inspired gameplay, space horror setting, and next-generation technology that elevated the experience to a level never seen before. It’s a game whose legacy lives on and has yet to be replicated properly even by its own sequels that
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After Capcom’s Devil May Cry hit the scene with its stylish action and cool-as-hell protagonist, fans were hungry for more from Dante and company. To say that the sequel didn’t exactly live up to expectations was an understatement. Gone were Trish and Dante’s iconic one-liners and attitude, and in their place we had Lucia and
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New Line Cinema has acquired the original screenplay Weapons from the filmmaking team behind the award-winning horror hit Barbarian, BD has learned this afternoon. Moving full speed ahead toward a theatrical release, production is anticipated to commence later this year. The upcoming Weapons is from writer/director Zach Cregger, who will also produce alongside his Barbarian
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This entire month has been loaded with fresh new nightmares, and we’re not slowing down in the final full week of January 2023. We’re getting EIGHT MORE new releases this week alone! Here’s all the new horror releasing January 24-January 27, 2023… For daily reminders about new horror releases, be sure to follow @HorrorCalendar. First up,
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Werewolves in horror often depict the afflicted as desperate to repress or separate themselves from their carnivorous Other self. My Animal instead correlates that Otherness with relatable emotions tied to feeling out of place within society. That angle gives a new spin on a classic monster tale, with its horror rooted more firmly in reality. Heather (Bobbi
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The horror genre has always been an excellent vehicle for metaphors for grief and trauma. After all, what better genre is there to take our emotional monsters and make them literal? We’ve seen a rise in these types of films over the past decade, with particular standouts being films like The Babadook (review), Hereditary (review) and Relic (review).
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The horror genre has always been an excellent vehicle for metaphors for grief and trauma. After all, what better genre is there to take our emotional monsters and make them literal? We’ve seen a rise in these types of films over the past decade, with particular standouts being films like The Babadook (review), Hereditary (review) and Relic (review).
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The nominees for the 34th Annual GLAAD Media Awards were announced this week, with the annual awards honoring media for “fair, accurate, and inclusive representations of LGBTQ people and issues.” Of note here in the world of horror, Don Mancini‘s “Chucky” series, the second season of SYFY and USA’s hit series, has been nominated this year. “Chucky,”
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Hatchet for the Honeymoon doesn’t behave like other gialli. This Italian-Spanish movie does something unconventional at the beginning; the identity of the killer is revealed to the audience. It goes against tradition to spoil the mystery so early, but after feeling restrained while working under producer Dino De Laurentiis only a year earlier, director Mario
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Metallica is revving up the hype for the brand new album 72 Seasons with the second single, “Screaming Suicide”! Both “Lux Æterna” and “Screaming Suicide” are old school thrash, picking right up where Hardwired… to Self-Destruct left off, only this time, guitarist Kirk Hammett was involved in the writing. 72 Seasons will be available April
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