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Faculty of Horror: Episode 9. Child's Play: Children in Horror Films

Faculty of Horror: Episode 9. Child's Play: Children in Horror Films | Horror | Scoop.it
Alex and Andrea regress back to childhood to discuss children in scary situations. From the good, the bad and the adorable, they tackle notions of class, purity and what happens to the kids who get picked last for Stick Ball.
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A Feminist Guide to Horror Movies, Part Six: The Final Chapter

A Feminist Guide to Horror Movies, Part Six: The Final Chapter | Horror | Scoop.it

Much to my dismay, this October featured only one horror movie release with Carrie. The next installment of Paranormal Activity (we’ve had one every October for the last three years) was moved to 2014, but moviegoers were able to catch a preview before screenings of Carrie, and it looks like the film features an almost entirely Latino cast–a great decision on the part of the producers, who know that the typical opening-weekend audience for a horror movie is 35 percent Latino and growing.

That got me thinking: What else would I like to see happen in the horror genre in the next few years?


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Exclusive Video Interview With The Cast And Director Of Carrie

Exclusive Video Interview With The Cast And Director Of Carrie | Horror | Scoop.it
Check out our exclusive video interview with the cast and director of the upcoming horror remake, Carrie.

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Top Ten Horror Movies-TFTW

Looking for a scare this Halloween? Then check out these ten stone cold horror classics!

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13 Horror Films Inspired By Disturbing Real-Life Events

13 Horror Films Inspired By Disturbing Real-Life Events | Horror | Scoop.it

 

 


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Morgan Wilt's curator insight, November 12, 2013 6:12 PM

Some of the most popular horror films are ones that are based on true life events. While these movies might not be the best interpretations of what actually happened, audiences still seem to enjoy the idea of these movies being a reality. Famous movies such as Jaws, The Amityville Horror, and A Nightmare on Elm  Street all portray a horrible nightmare like story that actually occured to real people. Audiences are scared even more by the prospect that this could actually happen to someone, and could potentially happen to them. The fear of a horror movie actually happening in real life is a big draw for audience members and increasese the the adrenaline rush they experience. These movies not only are great because of their ability to bring horror to real life but have also set a precedent for new realistic horror films to come.

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Hammer returns to the '70s with the retro-horror flick The Quiet Ones

Hammer returns to the '70s with the retro-horror flick The Quiet Ones | Horror | Scoop.it
Hammer was the British master of horror movies in the '60s and '70s, and now the famed production company is returning to its heyday with The Quiet Ones, about a group of students led by professor Jared Harris who manage to create a ghost.

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Sinister Thoughts: My analysis on the horror film, Sinister

Sinister Thoughts: My analysis on the horror film, Sinister | Horror | Scoop.it
Last weekend, I traveled to the Paradiso and purchased a ticket for the supernatural horror film, Sinister.

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Go behind the scenes of the movie secretly filmed at Disney parks - The Verge

Go behind the scenes of the movie secretly filmed at Disney parks - The Verge | Horror | Scoop.it
Times LIVE Go behind the scenes of the movie secretly filmed at Disney parks The Verge Director Randy Moore was worried that his new psychological horror film, Escape from Tomorrow, might run into serious legal troubles with Disney for having been...

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Henrik Safegaard - Cloneartist's curator insight, October 16, 2013 4:53 AM

Director Randy Moore was worried that his new psychological horror film, Escape from Tomorrow, might run into serious legal troubles with Disney for having been secretly shot within its theme parks without permission, but the movie managed to make it out to viewers over the weekend without trouble. Yet despite all the attention his film is receiving, Moore admits in a behind-the-scenes interview with Vice that the movie grew into something far bigger than he had initially intended. He had wanted to shoot the picture quickly with a few friends, but he says that it quickly "snowballed into this kind of gargantuan effort."


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Outlast review: survival horror at its finest

Outlast review: survival horror at its finest | Horror | Scoop.it
“Outlast contains intense violence, gore, graphic sexual content and strong language. Please enjoy.” These are the first words you are met with when starting Outlast and you’ll be wise not to forget them.

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Why remake Carrie, one of the best horror films ever made? - The Guardian

Why remake Carrie, one of the best horror films ever made? - The Guardian | Horror | Scoop.it
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Why remake Carrie, one of the best horror films ever made?
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First question: Carrie, why? Possible answers: the remake rights were just lying there, like as not.

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Sci-Fi Talk Official's curator insight, November 25, 2013 8:01 AM

Not sure why they bothered. But original if a classic is a very flawed one.