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- An Appreciation Of The Curse Of The Crimson Altar
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With Ash vs Evil Dead back for a second season, Empire fires ten questions at genre legend Bruce Campbell.
Blogger Karen Woodward offers up her thoughts on how to write a terrifyingly good horror story.
Starburst’s Martin Unsworth takes a look back at the classic 1968 horror film The Curse Of The Crimson Altar.
Ginger Nuts Of Horror talks to author Joseph Schwartz about writing and his new book STABCO.
With the recent passing of one of horror’s most influential directors, Arrow In The Head’s Jake Dee takes a look at the career of Herschell Gordon Lewis.
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