5 Must Read Horror Articles 8 September 2014

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Welcome, once again, to Must Read Horror. You want great horror articles? This is the place to find the best the web has to offer. This week: 20 Great 80s B-Horror Movies That Are Worth Your Time Horror Sidekick Spotlight: Peter Lorre The Aural Aesthetics of Ghosts in BBC Ghost Stories – Part 1 (Introduction) …

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Film Four FrightFest 2014: Sunday 24 August 2014

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Armed with several cans of a certain well-known energy drink, it’s time to settle in for day four of FrightFest 2014. With another spoil of European and UK premieres, as well as screenings of classic chillers such as A Nightmare On Elm Street and The Shining to choose from, it’s yet another day in a …

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TV Series Review: Helix (Season One) (2014)

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“Insipid, random, nonsensical piece of television SF” This review is going to start with the honest and heartfelt observation that it’s probably not a good idea to get anyone who knows even a smidgeon of science to review Helix. Mind you, most people who are going to watch something like this are probably going to …

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News Round-up Week Ending 5 September

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Grimmfest announces 2014 lineup Grimmfest have announced the full lineup for 2014’s event, which runs 2-5 October. Friday sees prog rock legends Claudio Simonetti’s Goblin performing a live score to Dario Argento’s Suspiria, followed by a rare outing for the Argent cut of Dawn of the Dead. Among the horrific offerings over the four days …

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Film Four FrightFest 2014: Saturday 23 August 2014

It’s day three at FrightFest 2014, and with the festival fully underway it’s time for another day of ghoulish delights at the Vue Cinema in Leicester Square. So, with the likes of terrifying children’s books, blood-sucking cheerleaders, manic mothers and a slew of the undead on the cards, it’s time to hit the screen. All …

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The Cutting Room: As Above So Below

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This week’s Cutting Room is going underground. As Above So Below Beneath the streets of Paris lie the Catacombs, miles and miles of dark, narrow passages lined with the bones of six million bodies. When a team of urban archaeologists venture into its depths to unearth an ancient artefact they find instead that the deeper …

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Film Four FrightFest 2014: Friday 22 August 2014

After easing into proceedings with a rather hit and miss triple bill the previous night, it’s time to hit this year’s Film Four FrightFest head on. With six films showing on the main screens and another twelve being screened across the Discovery screens there is plenty of horror and genre filled delights to choose from …

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Film Four FrightFest 2014: Thursday 21 August 2014

Now in its fifteenth year, the annual Film Four FrightFest is back once more to show yet again why it is so loved by fans and why it is considered to be the best horror and genre film festival in the UK, Europe and arguably the world. With around sixty-five films on show over five …

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Look Out For… A Long Time Til Morning by Dennis Etchison and The Spectral Book Of Horror Stories

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Look Out For … A Long Time Til Morning by Dennis Etchison “Promises to be a veritable treasure trove of weird fiction.” Dennis Etchison is a master of psychological horror. Starting with The Dark Country (1982), his work has been critically lauded by mainstream publications and other writers in the genre. This is the first …

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5 Must Read Horror Articles 1 September 2014

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Welcome, once again, to Must Read Horror. You want great horror articles? This is the place to find the best the web has to offer. This week: 7 Irish Horror Movies Worth A Look Ray Bradbury: The Best Writing Teacher You Could Ever Have Black Country Prophet: Joel Lane Archive 1 Horror History: The First …

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News Round-up Week Ending 29 August

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Gala opening for Grimmfest Grimmfest organisers have announced the lineup for this year’s opening gala. The two feature films shown will be Let Us Prey and Suburban Gothic. They will be backed up by short horror film The Herd. There will also be a Q&A with the stars and crew of Let Us Prey. The full …

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The Cutting Room: Jessabelle and A Good Marriage

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This week in The Cutting Room we’ve got a couple of chillers for you. Jessabelle After surviving a car accident in which her fiancé is killed, Jessie (Sarah Snook) returns to her childhood home in Louisiana to recuperate. While there, she discovers several video tapes containing messages to her from her long dead mother, and …

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