- The top ten horror-themed music videos of 2012
- A deep, dark Silent Hill franchise retrospective
- 6 health benefits of watching horror movies
- Bruce Campbell: Heroes and Inspirations
- The 7 best Mummy movies you’ve probably never seen
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While Justin Bieber’s nauseous mini-films are usually enough to invoke nightmares, FearNet have compiled a list of intentionally horrific music videos, from The Burning Of Rome’s ‘Norman Bates’ to Dawn Of Ash’s ‘F**k Like You’re In Hell’.
Bleeding Edge Gaming takes a comprehensive look at the games, the films, and even the IDW published comics in the Silent Hill franchise.
Unlike smoking, drinking, eating and self-harming, watching horror movies is actually good for you. Ryan Rivera over at Jarvis City explains how Evil Dead can be used as part of a calorie-controlled diet.
Cult horror figure, Bruce ‘The Chin’ Campbell, has done it all. He’s fought off the undead, and his own recalcitrant hand; he’s played Elvis Presley better than Val Kilmer, Harvey Keitel and Frank Stallone combined, and he’s starred in 98 episodes of Burn Notice, a feat in itself. In this article from SFX he waxes lyrical about his own heroes and inspirations. Surprisingly, there’s not a boomstick in sight.
Screen Junkies takes a look at some of the more obscure Mummy movies. Charlie Chan In Egypt, anyone?
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