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- The 20 Best Horror Films of the Last 20 Years
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- Where to Begin With Folk Horror
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Indiewire’s David Ehrlich takes us through his top 20 of the last two decades.
Kieran Fisher at Dread Central ponders the unusual phenomenon of great genre movies which haven’t, as yet, generated sequels.
Those with an interest in the folk horror sub-genre may well find some interesting starting points in Adam Scovell’s article for the British Film Industry website.
Bloody Disgusting’s Jonathan Barkan looks at some of the more promising horror movie projects that ran out of steam before they were finished and never saw the light of day.
The legendary fantasy writer talks about his love of a particular horror film from a bygone age.
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