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Tusk Official Trailer

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Inspired by his own podcasting, Kevin Smith has written and directed a new screenplay entitled Tusk, distributed by A24 Films this year. The official trailer introduces Justin Long as an obnoxious podcaster who thinks he is above everyone; his hyperactive-shock-jock antics, and his moustache, are interesting. The guy seems to have it all: girlfriend, car, […]

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Evil Dead The Musical

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Evil Dead The Musical. Yes, it is a thing. At a glance this musical seems to be a poor satirical cash cow that the playwrights are milking for all its worth. After all, the Evil Dead brand is a cult classic. Upon further investigation, however, this humble and creative team from Canada have actually created […]

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ALTAR: A New Feature-Length Horror Film Kickstarter

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From the diabolical writer that brought us Tin Man, Alice, and Neverland, comes an exciting and creepy new film about demonic possession, ghosts, and dark magik. ALTAR stars Matthew Modine and Olivia Williams, as a young couple embarking on the renovation and restoration of a creepy old mansion, but in the process they bring back […]

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The Walking Dead, Season 4 Episode 12

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For a particularly creepy opening, Daryl and Beth come busting out of the bushes on a dark, ominous night where zombies are not far behind them. They stumble upon an old, abandoned piece of crap car and shut themselves in the trunk as the zombies shamble all around them and thunder rumbles on in the […]

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Exclusive Interview: Goth Fashion Icon and Horror Fan RazorCandi

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RazorCandi has carved out her own territory in the world of goth and fetish fashion with electrifying pictorials showcasing her intense and unique look. Body modification, corsetry, pin-up style glam and bondage-inspired looks are all fodder for Razor’s restless mind. And if you’re the type to check a model’s cred, she actually lives in Transylvania. […]

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The Following Episode 2: The Saga Continues

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Episode two of The Following, titled, “Chapter 2”, was aptly named. As we continue serial killer Joe Carroll’s (James Purefoy) ambitions of writing a sequel novel featuring Ryan Hardy (Kevin Bacon) as his flawed hero, we see the monstrous machine that is Carroll’s plan as its gears begin to turn. When we left off last […]

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The Following Pilot Episode

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Fox’s new series, “The Following”, debuted Monday, January 21. Labeled as a drama, it also incorporates elements of horror and suspense with a storyline revolving around a serial killer. This is not your run of the mill serial killer, though. Joe Carroll (played by James Purefoy) is quite prolific and just happens to be an […]

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Top 5 Most Appalling Vegas Horror Movies

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A number of Gothic.net staffers spent the week around New Year’s in Las Vegas. There was no Mayan apocalypse, but we got a little apocalyptic on our own. Besides staying up late, gambling, and drinking unusual mixed beverages, we also went to the DoubleDown to see some band I never heard of. The DoubleDown is […]

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Christmas Eve is the Scariest D*** Night of the Year

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It wouldn’t be that notable that someone watched Billy Bob Thornton and some other people playing evil Santas. Except it is kind of hilarious that ABC News did this segment on how Santa is the most satirized good guy in horror after clowns. Are clowns not supposed to actually be scary now too? Is this […]

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Top Ten Most Depressing Horror Books of All Time

Top 10 Most Depressing Horror Books of All Time

Horror stories have been written for centuries. Many times they were based on folklore or handed down tales. Horror can be terrifying, suspenseful, shocking or gruesome. No matter the premise of the story, horror is designed to frighten, invoke fear and make the unimaginable a possibility; in other words to elicit an emotion. Along with […]

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