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- Favourite Horror Performances According To You, The Audience
- Sandbox Hopping With Philip Fracassi
- Artist Turns Horror Villains Into Disney Princesses
With the remake of Stephen King’s IT on the horizon, Bloody Disgusting’s Mike Fugere puts the case forward for a third crack at The Shining.
With box office being the biggest factor in the longevity of a film series these days, Den of Geek’s Ryan Lamble looks at where this leaves the Alien franchise.
Dread Central’s Jonathan Barkan asked readers for their favourite horror performances. See if their responses (of which there were many) agree with yours.
Ginger Nuts Of Horror’s John Boden talks to author Phillip Fracassi about his new book and the challenges of writing in several different areas of the field.
Every wondered what Pennywise would look like a Disney princess? Nope, us neither, but now we’ve seen this it’s strangely fascinating.
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