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Nashville Nightmare Becomes Nashville’s First Scream Park

For many years, the Nashville haunted house scene has been huge. There are many haunted attractions to choose from. Devil’s Dungeon, Haunted Hell, Slaughterhouse and Beast House all offer the scares and thrills many have viewed as the standard for… Continue Reading →

Midsommar Proves Horror Works, Even on Vacation

Spring and summertime bring lots of adventures. Many readers of this review probably take time off to attend festivals for concerts or films around the world. Even others travel to countries to attend cultural festivals that celebrate the heritage of… Continue Reading →

“Santa Baby” Is Offensive. Ban It!

We’ve seen recent calls to erase the popular Christmas classic Baby, It’s Cold Outside from our culture, or to update its lyrics to be less offensive. Thank goodness for the woke masses of younger generations who can help us right… Continue Reading →

Watching Christmas-Adjacent Movies

Die Hard, Lethal Weapon and Gremlins are three movies that immediately come to mind when I think of movies that take place during Christmastime, but are not Christmas movies. So, what are some Christmas-adjacent movies you could watch this December?

Murder is Fowl in Flesh & Blood

Hulu has a new horror anthology series that looks to turn each holiday into a horror-themed nightmare. Developed by Blumhouse, each month gets a new full-length horror film featuring different actors that is based on the upcoming holiday. The second… Continue Reading →

Halloween Turns 40 (And Doesn’t Miss a Bloody Beat)

Per Matt 40 years have not been kind to Laurie Strode.

The First Purge is Just Right for Horror Fans’ Independence Day Celebration

The Purge film series makes me love horror films — not that the films make any kind of real logical sense that I agree with or that they are even amazing horror films. Quite frankly, The Purge series is none… Continue Reading →

Josh Gates Explores Unusual and Legendary Locations

Sometimes, truth is stranger than fiction and some of the most exotic destinations around the globe have the most bizarre and unusual backstories that are based upon folklore and urban legends. Josh Gates has chronicled these places, with their history,… Continue Reading →

Watching The Twilight Zone Marathon As If It’s the End of the World

It’s New Year’s Eve and on this morning, through the next 48 hours, I’m binge watching a TV show that has been cancelled for 53 years (before its multiple revivals and movie adaptations). I’ve seen every episode multiple times┬ávia syndication…. Continue Reading →

Putting on a Krampus Christmas

It’s December. The official end of the haunt season is over a month in the past. Almost every single person I know is thinking about Christmas with its presents, family get-togethers, parties and religious ceremonies. And here, in the Kittrell’s… Continue Reading →

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