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- Why Are There So Few Sympathetic Horror Film Monsters?
- Q&A With Telluride Horror Show Director Ted Wilson
- 1997: A Good Year For Horror
- A New Beginning: An Introduction to Survivors
- Halloween’s Music – The John Carpenter Years
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Arrow In The Head’s Jimmy O wonders why there are so few sympathetic monsters in horror films.
Colorado’s Telluride Horror Show has become a film festival of some note over the last few years. Fangoria’s Ken W Hanley asks festival director Ted Wilson all about it.
The 90s are often derided as being a terrible decade for horror films, but Bloody Disgusting’s Trace Thurman begs to differ.
One of the best genre series of the 1970s, Survivors had a reasonable television reboot in 2008 that was ended too soon, but it’s future now lies in audio, as Starburst’s J R Southall explains.
The Halloween theme is synonymous with John Carpenter, but Blumhouse’s Tony Giles takes a look back at Carpenter’s entire musical involvement with the franchise.
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