31 Days of Horror Movies | Day Nine: The House On Haunted Hill (1959)

There are a handful of names that one immediately thinks of when the topic of horror movies comes up in conversation. Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, and of course, Vincent Price. Among the horror movies I was introduced to as a child were many Vincent Price gems. His career in horror films is legendary, as are …

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31 Days of Horror Movies | Day Five: Ginger Snaps

And we're back to werewolves! Sorry. This won't be the last foray into lycanthropy on this list, either. Look, just don't be surprised when four or five more werewolf movie reviews pop up later in the month, is all I'm saying. This movie combines three things I love: Horror movies, Canada, and using werewolves as …

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31 Days of Horror Movies | Day Four: Dawn of the Dead (2004)

In 1968, filmmaker George A. Romero, changed the face of horror movies, along with the definition of the word "Zombie" forever with the release of his horror classic Night of the Living Dead, a film about a group of people who are besieged by an army of reanimated corpses with a hungry for human flesh. …

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31 Days of Horror Movies | Day Three: Fright Night (1985)

Werewolves may be my favorite movie monster, but vampires are a close second. Speed, strength, the ability to fly. Not to mention the raw sex appeal that vampires almost always seem to possess. What I'm saying is being a vampire wouldn't suck (I'm so, so sorry). The 1980s was a glorious time for vampire movies, …

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31 Days of Horror Movies | Day Two: An American Werewolf in Paris

An American Werewolf in London is arguably a definitive werewolf movie. It's put in appearances on many a "Top XX Horror Movies" list, has garnered enough of a following to call for a nostalgia laced retrospective documentary that serves as a sort of "Where are they now?" for those involved with the making of the …

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31 Days of Horror Movies | Day One: An American Werewolf In London

My obsession with werewolves began at a very early age, when my father first introduced me to the 1941 Universal classic The Wolfman. Something about watching Lon Chaney Jr. transform into half man, half beast on screen triggered something in me. As a kid, there was no movie monster cooler than the werewolf. Heightened senses, …

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