- ‘You are dead’: the death of Survival Horror
- Horror movies: Why do we pay to be scared?
- B-Movies Extended: Nine PG-13 Horror Movies That Don’t Suck
- Scary, Eh? The History of Canadian Horror
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An article from VG247 that explores whether the survival horror genre videogame is dead and gone and if so why.
She Knows try to explain why so many people watch films deliberately intending to scare themselves silly.
Crave Online outline nine horror films that are worth watching even though they are rated just PG-13 (roughly the equivalant to a UK 12).
A short look back at Canadian Cinema from Toronto Film Scene. From The Mask (1961) through to Pontypool (2008).
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