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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

<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

Was the 80s The Best Decade for Horror Movies?

Horror movies have existed as long as movies themselves, and while there have been great scary movies every decade, pretty much any fan would single out the 1980s as one of the greatest decades for horror. Read More

Stage to Screen: The Rocky Horror Picture Show

It’s a strange fact of the 70s that The Rocky Horror Picture Show, which would go on to be the movie with the longest theatrical run of all time, flopped twice when it was released. Read More

You Left the Bodies: The Poltergeist Curse

Over the years, plenty of film sets have been considered “cursed” with injuries and fatalities plaguing the cast, crew and fans. These are often horror movies, seen as “deviant” or full of sinister, supernatural content that is welcoming disaster in the e Read More

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