Sharknado: Ranking the SyFy Original Series From Worst to Less Worse

For lovers of bad movies, the SyFy Channel has been producing some of the most intentionally awful content for years now. From Sharktopus vs Whalewolf to Stonehedge Apocalypse, SyFy has perfected a pretty simple formula for bad moviemaking. Terrible CGI visual effects, nonsensical premises, B-movie dialogue, and C-level actors – SyFy is kind of the […]

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Haunted or Cursed: The Conjuring Universe Movies Ranked

With nearly $650 million dollars in box office receipts, The Conjuring Universe is an unqualified success. Outside of Marvel, James Wan and company have accomplished something pretty noteworthy. The fact that this is a horror universe just makes its success even sweeter for genre fans. Yes, critical reaction to the movies have varied widely. Nonetheless, […]

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Camping Horror Movies: Ten Movies To Scare You Out Of Your Sleeping Bag

Canada has already celebrated its official first long weekend of the summer. Now America is ringing its first long weekend. As the weather warms up, families and rowdy young adults will be heading out for camping and deep woods hikes. But horror fans know better. Whether it’s rural hillbilly horror or survival horror, horror has […]

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Best Of The Dead: Chew On These Zombie Classics

With Zack Ryder’s long-awaited Army of the Dead set to make its Netflix premiere, now seems like a good time to re-visit some of the best zombie movies. When Bela Lugosi followed up his Dracula role playing voodoo master Murder Legendre in White Zombie, the zombie movie was born. From undead voodoo slaves to shuffling […]

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[REC]: Ranking the Spanish Found-Footage Series

Spain has given us some memorable horror movies. In just the last few years, Veronica, The Platform, La Llorona and Tigers Are Not Afraid how impressed critics and audiences alike. Legendary director Guillermo del Toro is responsible for genre classics Cronos, The Devil’s Backbone, and Pan’s Labyrinth. As the found-footage subgenre was gaining traction, Spanish […]

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All-Inclusive Horror: Seven Resort Destinations For Horror Fans

As vaccinations roll out across the globe, the hopes for a a return to normalcy are rising. And if you’re like a lot of people, there’s a good chance that you may be thinking about a well-earned vacation. Warm sandy beaches, crystal clear water, fine dining, and free drinks – a resort sounds inviting after […]

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Birthday Slash: Six Birthday-Themed Horror Movies For Your Goodie Bag

Horror loves events. Not just holiday-themed movies, either. After Halloween defied box office expectations in 1978, the horror genre was looking to adapt just about any holiday or calendar event. Hence, we have Christmas and Valentine’s Day-themed movies alongside April Fool’s Day and Friday the 13th. We’ve got Prom Night and Graduation Day and even […]

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