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- A Nightmare Of A Task: Writing The Elm Street Remake
- 10 Horror Films That Take Place Outdoors
- Why The Blair Witch Project Is An Important Movie
- Director Tommy Lee Wallace Interviewed About The Original It Miniseries
- Stranger Things Behind The Scenes
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Bloody Disgusting’s Trace Thurman talks to writer Eric Heisserer about the challenges and realities of rebooting a beloved and popular franchise.
With summer finally here it’s time to head off into the great outdoors, but take heed that terror isn’t confined to haunted houses and dark cellars, as Fangoria’s Lexi Harrington points out.
With news breaking that there’s finally a worthy sequel to the film that kick-started the found footage genre, in the shape of the upcoming Blair Witch movie, Bloody Disgusting’s Jonathan Barkan explains why the original is such an important film.
The It remake is moving ahead at quite a pace now, with footage of the new Pennywise having been recently released, so it’s the perfect opportunity to float back in time to hear director Tommy Lee Wallace’s thoughts on the original miniseries when he was interviewed by Shock Till You Drop’s Lee Gambin.
New Netflix series Stranger Things has been the talk of the town for the last few weeks. Empire’s Emma Thrower talks to creators the Duffer Brothers about the show and its origins.
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