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The Devil's Rejects -

It’s been 14 years to the day since the release of the film that defined modern day sequels. We made it out of the House of 1000 Corpses. And tickets just went on sale for 3 From Hell, the next installment of what could be the greatest horror trilogy of the new millennium. This movie needs no intro. You’ve all seen it. Love it or hate it, you all know it. So, let’s talk about The Devil’s Rejects. The Devil’s Rejects Released in US- July 22, 2005 Directed By- Rob Zombie Written By- Rob Zombie Rated- R Run Time- 1...

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Child's Play -

Another remake. And soon to be, another batch of opinions that don’t agree with one another. The new Buddi dolls arrive in theaters everywhere tonight as the virtual killer doll in Child’s Play. With the anticipation of this born-again franchise, I can’t help to show my gut-wrenching love for the original and the franchise that follows. This is how I will always know Chucky. As a Good Guy. Child’s Play Released in US- November 9, 1988 Directed By- Tom Holland Written By- Don Mancini Rated- R Run Time- 1 hour & 27 minutes Kill Count- 6 Killer- Charles Lee Ray...

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High Tension -

It’s summer. And as it gets hotter, tensions grow higher. Luckily for horror freaks like us, we tend to stray away from the blazing sun. And for the real freaks out there that The Nightmare Shop loves so much, we know that this time of the year is really a trap! Open water, Black Lagoons, Crystal Lakes, and Swamp Things? Yeah right! I’d much rather stay inside and watch a few nice folks get shredded like cabbage. I give you my take on High Tension. High Tension Released in US- June 10, 2005 Directed By- Alexandre Aja Written By- Alexandre...

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Psycho -

     There’s no one who can love you quite like your parents. But let’s face it. Sometimes, parents can be lame. In the words of Will Smith, “Parents just don’t understand.” I believe that this is exactly how Norman Bates felt in one of the most beloved films in and outside of the horror genre, Psycho. It’s often considered one of the most iconic movies of the baby boomer era and in my opinion, still remains to hold up the standards of modern-day slasher films. Alfred Hitchcock not only set the bar for all future horror films with Psycho,...

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Leprechaun -

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