Posts tagged with ‘horror

IHC Movie Reviews: Oculus (2014)

Oculus, the horror movie starring Karen Gillan is in theaters now, after being in limited release for quite a while. With an influx of horror movies this time of year, this one tries to stand out with an oddly unique story. But how does it do? Is it a great horror flick, or should it have stayed locked up in the psych ward?

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IHC Movie Reviews: Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones

The newest Paranormal Activity flick hit theatres this past weekend, and it tries to expand the PA universe a little more. A spin off of the main series this film focuses on a new victim, and a new form of torment by the paranormal forces. But how does it do? Is it a return to form for the now tired franchise, or should it be banished?

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♫ On the Second Day of CREEPMAS ♫ a scientist conducts bizarre experiments on an unwilling subject…

IHC After Dark short films: “Who’s There?” by Dariel Hernandez

 I’m celebrating the release of my first horror film. Enjoy!

Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark’ Is Being Made Into A Movie… Your Childhood Nightmares Just Came To Life

If it were animated, using the original terrifying illustrations instead of the new friendlier illustrations, it would be the most pants-shitting terrifying movie ever, but that’s probably not the case. Oh well.
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Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark’ Is Being Made Into A Movie… Your Childhood Nightmares Just Came To Life

If it were animated, using the original terrifying illustrations instead of the new friendlier illustrations, it would be the most pants-shitting terrifying movie ever, but that’s probably not the case. Oh well.

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IHC After Dark short films: “Silver Pond”

After a worst nightmare involving her friends being chased and killed by a psychopath, the woman senses that danger is imminent and looks for safety. Could her nightmare come true?

The thirteenth Friday the 13th movie will be hitting theaters in 2015

Earlier this year, Paramount gave Warner Bros the rights to the Friday the 13th series in exchange for South Park, so WB is going to reboot the series again in 2015, the next year that there’s an actual Friday the 13th on the calendar. The new 13th movie will be from a found footage type angle, but that’s all anyone knows right now. We won’t know anything else until some time next year.

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IHC After Dark short films: “M is for Matryoska”

A serial killer presents his gruesome modus operandi.

Hi, my name is Wayne Lin. This short was inspired by films such as Seven and Silence of the Lambs and is my official submission to the ABCs of Death 2 contest.

Mary Shelley’s hand-written edition of Frankenstein is now available to read online

The New York Public Library teamed up with the University of Maryland’s Institute for Technology in the Humanities to digitize Shelley’s two surviving notebooks containing most of the work—complete with edits by Percy Bysshe Shelley, her poet husband. Making this almost 200-year-old text click-accessible for a modern audience is only the first step for the Shelley-Godwin Archive, which hopes to digitize the entire oeuvre of the ultra-writerly family of Percy, Mary, and her parents, William Godwin and Mary Wollstonecraft.

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Daily Discussion: Favorite horror movie remake or sequel

There’s lots of talk all over about the best horror movies, your favorite horror movies, but with a slew of horror remakes in the past, let’s talk about your favorite horror movie remake and/or sequel.






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