Sunday , 22 October 2017

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The Fears of a Clown – IT review

IT is happening. The new adaptation of one of Stephen King’s most popular, and at 1138 pages, longest novels, is taking theaters, and the world of horror, by storm. Tapping into childhood fears, and some adult ones too, IT is proving to be just as chillingly effective as it was when it was released in literary form back in 1986. ... Read More »

Send in the Clowns! – AHS: Cult – review

Coulrophobia [kool-ruh–foh-bee-uh] (n) – an abnormal fear of clowns We’ve been haunted at houses and hotels, tormented at an asylum, terrorized by witches and cults, and creeped out at a freakshow. Now, television mainstay, American Horror Story, returns for a very timely seventh season. By combining two of the most frightening things to many Americans – clowns and the election of ... Read More »

R.I.P., Chainsaw, Poltergeist director, Tobe Hooper

Tobe Hooper, the hugely influential filmmaker behind the horror hits, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Poltergeist, had his lifeforce extinguished due to apparent natural causes on Saturday, August 26th at the age of 74, in Sherman Oaks, California. While those two films stand out as his best known and most successful works, Hooper had a prolific career in film and ... Read More »