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- Wolf Creek vs Wolf Creek 2
- Five Awesome Horror Movie Post Credit Scenes
- Can Cinema Go Too Far?
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With the TV series just around the corner, Arrow In The Head’s Cody Hamman pits the first two Wolf Creek films against each other to see which is the better movie.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe isn’t the only place to find post-credit surprises. John Squires at Bloody Disgusting offers up five horror film treats.
Starburst’s Martin Unsworth takes a look at the I Spit On Your Grave series and ponders whether horror cinema can go too far.
The subject of remaking films is always guaranteed to divide the room, but Shock Till You Drop’s John Nicol suggests ten that might actually benefit from a reboot.
While Stephen King is known primarily as the King of Horror, Bev Vincent looks back at The Eyes of the Dragon and why King produced such a startlingly different book to his usual output.
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