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Horror films are usually about somebody or something doing the killing, but the flip side of this maxim is the on screen suicide. Arrow In The Head’s Jake Dee looks at ten of the best.
Video game to film adaptations are often renowned for being pretty grim affairs, but Bloody Disgusting’s Jonathan Barkan talks up four that he thinks are worth your time.
Fabio Frizzi is best known for his work with the legendary Lucio Fulci, namely on Zombi 2 and The Beyond. Starburst’s John Townsend talks to him about his music and his upcoming concert at London’s Union Chapel in October.
Staying with music, Horror Asylum talks to ex-Nine Inch Nails man Charlie Clouser about scoring the music for Wayward Pines and the original Saw movie.
Fans of franchises are often quick to judge remakes/reboots before they’ve even seen them. Dread Central’s Sean Decker discusses why this behaviour is embarrassing.
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