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- The Nine Goriest Scenes In Zombie Cinema
- Book A Stay At These Haunted Hotels
- A Look Back At The Curse Of Frankenstein
- Why Alien Resurrection Isn’t As Bad As You Remember
- Everything You Need To Know About Stephen King’s It
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With Fear The Walking Dead back on our screens, it seems timely to take a look Coming Soon’s Chris Alexander’s pick of the goriest scenes in zombie cinema.
Fancy a weekend away with a difference? Why not book a stay at one of the twelve most haunted hotels in the world, as presented by Bloody Disgusting’s terrifying travel agent Trace Thurman.
Widely regarded as one of the best Hammer films and certainly one of the most important genre films ever made, Dread Central’s Alain Elliott takes a look back at 1957’s The Curse Of Frankenstein.
It the 30th Anniversary of James Cameron’s Aliens, which is justifiably hailed as the best of the series, but Arrow In The Head’s Ryan Doom wants to convince us that while it may be disappointing, Alien Resurrection isn’t the disaster you remember it as being.
With the remake well under way and the first image of the new Pennywise unveiled, Empire’s Owen Williams tells us everything that we need to know about It.
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