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Man in the Attic (1953) Jack Palance Eerie Fest Day 2 of 5

Jack Palance picks up the knife for this low budget version of The Lodger that had last been played by Laird Cregar in the superior 1944 version. 539 more words

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HitchcOctober Day 20: The Birds

Melanie Daniels (Tippi Hedren) is the wealthy, carefree daughter of a newspaperman (not a man made out of newspaper, that would be biologically impossible, he’s a man who runs a newspaper, stop being so silly). 1,060 more words

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Horror/Paranormal Movies Questions

I thought it would be nice to take a small break in our busy writing lives and post a fun questionnaire about movies I love, paranormal and horror.  411 more words

Scary and Revolutionary: 8 Films That Helped Define the Horror Genre

Horror movies have long been a source of thrills and entertainment for us all, especially around this time of year. While sometimes they can be misconstrued as films that rely on cheap scares and over-the-top monsters in lieu of plot-driven stories, the genre is full of great movies that could satisfy even the staunchest movie buff. 1,786 more words

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ORANGE Reviews: "Gone Girl"

By Graham Carter and Zachary Brailsford

Graham’s Take:

When David Fincher made the switch from film to digital, he became the Hollywood filmmaker. Much like Alfred Hitchcock, Otto Preminger and Howard Hawks, Fincher perfectly walks the line between art and entertainment. 1,046 more words

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