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Peter Safran

Aquaman Spin-Off to Inject Horror Into DC Universe

The DC Universe is getting a little scarier, as Warner Bros. will release an Aquaman a spin-off movie in the horror vein before Jason Momoa’s title character receives an official sequel.

Aquaman Proves That Horror Filmmakers Should Get More Opportunities

Per Matt You don’t have to be a fan of superhero movies to enjoy Aquaman. You don’t have to read comics to enjoy Aquaman. And you’re not required to have seen any of James Wan’s horror movies to enjoy Aquaman… Continue Reading →

Nuns on the Run

As if nuns weren’t scary enough, The Nun has jumped onto our movie screen as a lead character. However, it is a relief to see this since it’s been creeping moviegoers out since The Conjuring world started. The remarkable thing… Continue Reading →

Conjuring The Nun

To explain the reason for The Nun to be made, you have to go back to the original Conjuring. That movie started similar to The Amityville Horror, telling us that it is based on real events. This supposedly makes us… Continue Reading →

Annabelle: Creation, That Doll is the Devil

What does an isolated location, an orphanage, self-playing record players, demons, demented children, dark wells, face masks, Catholic priests and scary dolls all have in common? They are all common horror movie tropes… and they are all in this movie,… Continue Reading →

Creating Actual Horror With Annabelle: Creation

I don’t often have anything complimentary to say about big-studio horror movies. Most end up being watered down, PG-13 knock-offs of popular themes in the genre with a certain degree of fan service and pseudo-self awareness meant to be clever,… Continue Reading →

Annabelle 2: Conjuring Up a Franchise

I grew up an avid student of the occult and paranormal. Anything macabre, arcane or outright bizarre enthralled me and I would spend hours lying on my stomach in the living room floor leafing through pages of books about ghosts,… Continue Reading →

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