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<i>Picnic at Hanging Rock</i>: An enduring mystery

"What we see and what we seem is but a dream. A dream within a dream.” Picnic at Hanging Rock is a beguiling, revisionist quasi-horror film conducted with a stylish flare that bestows a haunting, disturbing impression on viewers. Read More

Why <i>Cujo</i> is among Stephen King’s favourite film adaptations

The famous anecdote about the 1981 book Cujo is that Stephen King doesn’t remember writing it. It came during a hugely prolific time for the writer, but (like most of his stories) the anecdote has a dark side. Read More

The big re-gift: How <i>Black Christmas</i> became a Canadian classic

There's something almost too perfect about the fact Black Christmas was largely roasted by Canadian critics when it opened in 1974. Now almost universally considered a benchmark in genre filmmaking – one of those out-of-nowhere low-budget obscurities that Read More

<i>Scream 2</i> – A horror sequel that might just be better than the first film

After director Wes Craven and screenwriter Kevin Williamson re-ignited passions for horror with Scream, they were faced with the daunting task of immediately producing a sequel. Scream 2 not only had to be turned around in a year, but also had to top what Read More

20 horror films to watch this October

Shocktober is here once again! Hollywood Suite has lined up over 60 movies to put you in the Halloween spirit. Here are 20 that you definitely shouldn't miss Read More

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