5 Must Read Horror Articles 20 March 2017

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Growing Up With Buffy

Buffy The Vampire Slayer is twenty years old this month. Wicked Horror’s Nat Brehmer looks back at this iconic and ground-breaking series.

30 Years Later: A 1987 Theatrical Retrospective

Bloody Disgusting looks back at 1987 and the wealth of classic horror films that it gave us.

Ten Unseen Killer Movies

When it comes to horror, less can be more. Dread Central’s Kyle Adams presents ten killers that we never saw on screen.

Interview With Konn Lavery

The Ginger Nuts of Horror talks to Canadian horror author Konn Lavery.

Cujo Behind The Scenes Photos

Bloody Disgusting’s Brad Miska looks at a new book on the making of Stephen King’s Cujo and unearths some behind the scenes photos.

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