- Fifteen Things You Didn’t Know About King Kong
- Interview With E A Black
- The Man Who Was Godzilla
- Seven Dracula Adaptations That Reimagine The Story
- 8 Remakes Worth A Second Viewing
With a new Kong film in cinemas soon, Screen Rant offers up fifteen things that you might not know about cinema’s most famous simian.
The Ginger Nuts of Horror talks to author E A Black about her body of work.
Dread Central talks to Haruo Nakajima, the man who was in the Gozilla suit in the 1954 classic.
A good story can be approached from numerous angles to give it a fresh spin, and Dracula is no exception. Here are seven adaptations that take the story in different directions.
Remakes of classic horror films often get pilloried even before they’ve been released, but Bloody Disgusting’s Nat Brehmer suggests eight that might be worth revisiting.
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