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Hidden Horror: American Mary (2012)

For those who don’t know, I frequently attend anime conventions, spreading the Gospel of Geek Juice/Hidden Horrors through the handful of panels I do. One of my more popular ones panels is “Japanese Horror: Anime vs Film” where, as the title suggests, I discuss horror anime, or the lack thereof, and the tropes and history of J-horror in general. 1,010 more words

Hidden Horror

American Mary (2012) Review

As some of you may know, I frequently attend anime conventions, spreading the Gospel of Geek Juice through the handful of panels I do. One of my more popular ones panels is “Japanese Horror: Anime vs Film” where, as the title suggests, I discuss horror anime, or the lack thereof, and the tropes and history of J-horror in general. 1,005 more words

Review

The Women of Horror

By Leslie McGuier

When we think of horror movies and their fans, one image often comes to mind: an awkward high school boy with long, shaggy hair dressed in black. 619 more words

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The Gorehound Reviews: American Mary ('12)

It’s been awhile since the Gorehound got around to a truly disturbing horror movie. This movie, American Mary, has been a long time coming. The Screamfest release from 2012 is the story of a college girl trying to make ends meet and still become a great surgeon. 521 more words

Movie Reviews

Once in a Lifetime Photo Opportunity with Freddy Krueger!!!

Hey Horror fans, have you heard of the Flashback Weekend Horror Convention in Chicago? If you haven’t, you have got to check it out!

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Human Murals, Human Honeycombs, and Human Centipedes—Oh, My! : Body Modification Surgeries in 21st-Century Horror

A week after the Season Two finale of Hannibal, Bryan Fuller’s delicious television adaptation of Thomas Harris’s Red Dragon, I found myself restarting the series from the beginning with my mom – who, after adamantly rejecting the show for its “gratuitous scenes of torture as entertainment,” finally conceded. 1,558 more words

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