Coraline

British author, Neil Gaiman published a novel in 2002 called, “Coraline.” The novel is about the titular character and her family who move to a new house. Their new neighbors have eccentric personalities. Coraline’s parents begin to renovate the home, becoming too distracted by the house making her feel distant from them. Sometime later, she […]

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Pet Sematary (1989)

Author, Stephen King and his family rented a house nearby by a cemetery for pets, a road with fast cars passing, his son Owen, nearly got hit by an oncoming car, his daughter Naomi, buried the family cat, Smucky after it was fatally hit by a car. As a result of his real life experience, […]

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Flashback Review: The Haunted Mansion

In 1969, three years after the death of Walt Disney or from a certain point of view of a conspiracy theorist, cryogenically frozen, Disneyland opened a new attraction called, “The Haunted Mansion.” A dark ride that lets attendees participate in a voyage by entering the mansion filled with ghosts, creepy imagery, among other mysteries surrounding […]

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From Dusk Till Dawn

After earning critical acclaim for his second movie Pulp Fiction, Quentin Tarantino collaborated with Robert Rodriguez, who also found success for directing Desperado, worked on an anthology film titled, “Four Rooms.” Unlike their successful solo entries, Four Rooms earned negative reviews from critics. Sometime later, creature designer/make-up artist, Robert Kurtzman recruited Quentin to write a […]

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Halloween (2018)

After Rob Zombie’s remake of Halloween and its sequel earned negative reactions from critics and fans alike, a third entry was supposed to be shot in 3-D, Rob called it quits so he can move on to other projects based on his career as both a musician and filmmaker. Dimension Films were desperate to search […]

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Halloween (2007)

After Halloween: Resurrection was critically panned, Dimension Films recruited musician/filmmaker Rob Zombie (House Of 1000 Corpses, The Devil’s Rejects) to write, co-produce and direct a part prequel part remake of John Carpenter’s Halloween (Rob is also a fan of the original) exploring the origins of Michael Myers’ childhood before his killing spree commenced. Rob reluctantly […]

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American Horror Story: Murder House

After FX’s Nip/Tuck ended in 2010, showrunner Ryan Murphy, developed a musical sitcom called, “Glee” to do something different for a change. As he was constructing Glee’s first season, Ryan wanted to further challenge himself to scare viewers and revisit his dramatic roots since he worked on Nip/Tuck. This time, he picked the horror genre […]

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