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- Flashback: Talking Horror With Tim Curry On The Set Of It
- Kevin Williamson’s Original Vision For Scream 3
- Horror Villains Drawn As They Were Written
- Aliens Cartoon Show Nearly Happened
Horror and humour have always mixed, often intentionally, but never more so than when our favourite horror icons show up on our favourite cartoon shows.
With the new theatrical version of IT getting ever closer, Dread Central’s Steve Newton recalls talking with the original Pennywise on the set of the 1990 mini-series.
The final instalment in Wes Craven’s Scream trilogy (yes, we know there are four, but it was originally meant to just the three) almost looked very different to the final version until read life events intervened. Wicked Horror’s Nat Brehmer looks at Kevin Williamson’s original vision for Scream 3.
We all know what the celluloid versions of our favourite villains look like, but if you’ve ever wondered would they look like if they were literally depicted as described in the source novels, it would be something like this…
Ghostbusters, Teenage Mutant Ninja (sorry, Hero) Turtles and even Beetlejuice got kids TV shows, but Aliens? It almost happened. Dread Central’s Jonathan Barkan reveals all.
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