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Posted on June 2, 2011 | 5 CommentsEver since Wes Craven decided to hack to pieces the slasher genre he helped (in part) to create with 1996′s Scream, various filmmakers have attempted to make ironic or “clever” films that expose the now trite cliches that string hapless slasher films together. Don’t say...
Posted on May 5, 2011 | No CommentsHere at Scream-A-Thon I want to shine a light on those horror films that might have bypassed the mainstream, hiding in the shadows while schlocky big budget affairs draw in the punters. I would be exceedingly negligent if I failed to unearth the gem that...
Posted on March 31, 2011 | 1 CommentThe pop culture appetite for zombies shows no signs of abating, and it’s amazing how many zombie-related movies have flown under the mainstream’s radar over recent years. How many people remember Plane Dead (also known as Flight of the Living Dead) or Zombie Strippers? So...
Posted on March 4, 2011 | 2 CommentsWith Christian Bale overcoming his primadonna reputation and winning a Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his role in The Fighter, I thought it would be prudent to use today’s spotlight on horror to dig up what I believe to be his finest role to date...