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- 5 Unmade Ray Harryhausen Films We Wish Existed
- 10 Politically Themed Horror Films
- Neil Marshall Talks Dark Signal
- Revisiting Cabin in the Woods
- Evil Dead II Kickstarter Board Game Backed In Eight Hours
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Legendary special effects pioneer Ray Harryhausen left some amazing films as his legacy, but Bloody Disgusting’s Chris Webster considers five films he never made that would have benefited from his magic touch.
With politics all over the news this week (and every week for the foreseeable future, no doubt), Arrow in the Head’s Jake Dee looks at ten politically themed movies.
Starburst’s Andrew Pollard talks to acclaimed British director Neil Marshall about his involvement with new Welsh-set horror film Dark Signal.
Shock Till You Drop’s Jessie Robbins takes a look back at Joss Whedon’s 2011 intelligent horror film.
What do you get the Evil Dead II fan who has everything? The newly funded Evil Dead II board game!
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