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The Sixth Year: American Sigh Story

Gorenography

Let’s take this all the way back to 1826.

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Watchmen S1E2: Martial Feats of Comanche Horsemanship

Loss comes with a responsibility – and a legacy.

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Franchise Fanatic: The Conjuring Cinematic Universe

For Halloween, we’re deep-diving into the horror franchise that has defined a decade – for better and for worse.

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American Horror Story S9E6: Episode 100

Murder sells.

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Watchmen S1E1: It’s Summer and We’re Running Out Of Ice

Context, in Damon Lindelof’s new version of Watchmen, is everything.

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Movie Review: 3 From Hell

For reasons unknown to me, I continue to love Rob Zombie.

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The Scariest Movies That Aren’t Horror

Delicious. Finally some good fucking I Saw The Devil content

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The Aesthetic Ropiness (And Total Brilliance) of Creepshow

Look, yes, I know that the last few weeks of my writing have just been horror horror horror horror horror Chris Morris horror (and all of those words do indeed link to a different article, if you really fancy getting in on the non-stop spooky bullshit I’ve been covering!). But it’s October, the one month that I can actually¬†justify¬†the fake vampire fangs and wall-to-wall scary stories that I consume the rest of the year! Let your girl live a little! Or die a little, depending on what we’re watching, but you’re with me!

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Movie Review: The Day Shall Pass

Has woke culture really ruined comedy?

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American Horror Story S9E5: Red Dawn

The pre-credits scene for this episode, Red Dawn, oozes with the promise of what I really want American Horror Story to be. Dede, pre-show, attempts to catch her philandering father out with one of his hook-ups. In the process, she discovers that he is actually a serial killer, and that she has stumbled across one of his kills mid-slaughter. It’s a violent sequence, yes – I had to watch giblets jiggling out of someone’s split-open torso – but it’s driven by the confrontation between Dede and her father and…it’s just great.

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