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Shudder’s Creepshow Brings Back The Anthology Horror Show

I get asked a lot of times what were some of the inspirations I draw from, when it comes to coming up with some of the ideas I have used in haunted attractions over the years. While current movies and… Continue Reading →

FearFest and Other Horror Options for 2019

Per Matt For the love of Edison, I’ve seen the light!

Treadstone is a Rush

As a fan of author Robert Ludlum, I was very excited to learn about a spin-off TV series that takes place within his Bourne Universe. Having read the first of his Bourne book series and enjoyed the first three feature-film… Continue Reading →

Blumhouse Brings Controlled Chaos to Second Season of The Purge

If you’re a fan of Blumhouse Productions — and who isn’t? — and you haven’t seen any of the first four Purge movies or you possibly missed Season 1 of the basic-cable adaptation, you might not know what you’re missing…. Continue Reading →

Ghost Nation Offers Something Old, Something New

For 12 years, Ghost Hunters aired on Syfy, as Grant Wilson and Jason Hawes transitioned from part-time Roto-Rooter plumbers to full-time paranormal investigators, creating a hit reality TV show while inspiring many imitators along the way. It’s been six years… Continue Reading →

What’s in Store for AMC’s FearFest?

Each year, I patiently await October’s arrival for multiple reasons and this year, I was especially curious to see what AMC’s FearFest had in store for fans in the mood for some Halloween scares.

The Walking Dead Attempts to Silence the Whisperers in Season 10

If you’ve seen any of the previews for Season 10, you’d know two things: The Walking Dead is still around (despite many of its previously featured main characters being killed off) and the season premiere has finally arrived — per… Continue Reading →

What Does Jon Favreau Bring to The Mandalorian?

As Avengers: Endgame wraps up one film franchise, another one prepares to begin. And the shiny connection that links the two is filmmaker Jon Favreau.

Shadows Removes the Dark Stigma of Being a Vampire

After the Twilight era of films concluded, vampires are no longer always viewed as the nightmare creatures previously portrayed in stories for centuries. While not a young adult storyline — thankfully — What We Do in the Shadows takes a… Continue Reading →

Transformers’ Live-Action Future Relies on its Animated Origins

Bumblebee may have won high praise from critics andĀ audiences alike by giving the movieĀ a great overall rating, but in terms of box-office receipts, the soft reboot did not bring in big box-office bucks. That’s why the recent announcement that Netflix… Continue Reading →

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