VILLAGE OF THE DAMNED: 1960 v. 1995

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*A big fan of both versions of VILLAGE OF THE DAMNED, Icons of Fright’s Jovy Skol wrote this piece about the differences between the two. Read on! -Jerry Smith When I was a kid, my parents worked long hours often leaving me to be on my own during the day. They knew not to worry […]

A 25TH ANNIVERSARY LOOK BACK AT: THE EXORCIST III (1990)

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Mention THE EXORCIST in a conversation and most horror fans will declare it the scariest film of all time. While that declaration is well deserved (it’s an absolutely perfect film in every capacity), a film that is quite often overlooked when it comes to the legacy of that film, is the third film in the series, […]

“Dream The Crow Black Dream”: Jerry’s Look Back At THE CROW

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When something hits for me, it HITS. I’ve always been that way and I doubt that the fervor I have for everything I dig will ever lessen. That excitement, while having led me into a lot of great memories, have given me an equal amount of recent moments, full of wondering, “What the hell was […]

Beyond Fright: A Look Back At David Lynch’s LOST HIGHWAY Soundtrack

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Very few films affect me the way that David Lynch’s 1997 mystery/thriller (I consider it a horror film) LOST HIGHWAY does.  Maybe it was the adventure I had to go through to see it (read about that  here), or maybe its surreal, noir-like mood and tone of the film that made it so very easy to […]

A Look Back At: LADY IN WHITE (1988)

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*Editor’s note: Our own Justin Lafleur wrote this A LOOK BACK AT article and it’s a fun one, so read on! All but completely ignored during its initial 1988 theatrical release, director Frank LaLoggia’s (he who also gave us FEAR NO EVIL, aka one of the queerest horror films ever made, in either sense of the […]

A Look Back At: John Carpenter’s VAMPIRES

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John Carpenter is one of the greatest directors of all time, but you already knew that. Is there a more influential director that has transcended genres with such ease, all the while creating massively iconic characters and becoming a “master of horror” in the process? A director who’s scores you can play on loop and […]

A Look Back At: MADHOUSE

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Editor’s Note: Hey fiends! Our own Josh Soriano returns with A LOOK BACK AT 1974’s Vincent Price starring, MADHOUSE! Read on below! There’s no arguing that Vincent Price is a horror icon, a prolific character actor whose performances are synonymous with the genre. From his earlier work with schlockmeister William Castle to the Edgar Allen […]

A LOOK BACK AT: BLACK CHRISTMAS

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Editor’s Note: Justin here, hope you’re not done with the holidays just yet! Our contributor Josh Soriano is back to give the season a bloody yuletide sendoff with A LOOK BACK at Bob Clark’s perennial slasher classic, BLACK CHRISTMAS! Well that magical time of year is nearly upon us. Silver bells, sleigh rides and Santa […]