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Houston Press’s Alan Scherstuhl discusses why Stranger Things may just be the best adaptation of a horror novel that never existed and explores its influences.
Petey Mongelli, founder of the Spooky Empire convention back in 2003, talks to Fangoria’s Shawn Macomber about how far it’s come since then and its illustrious history.
David Fincher’s game changing horror-noir film Se7en turned twenty-one this month. Bloody Disgusting’s Trace Thurman looks back at this classic flick.
Dread Central’s Howard Gorman talks to Cruel Summer’s writer / director team of Phillip Escott and Craig Newman about their new horror film that is based on actual events.
Ginger Nuts Of Horror’s Tony Jones recommends fifty young adult horror novels that are worth your time.
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