Best Movies To Watch on Halloween (Family Friendly Edition)

Before it became an excuse to throw drunken adult dress-up parties, Halloween was always for kids first. You get to pretend to be your favourite animal/monster/superhero/princess/whatever-in-between. You are encouraged to collect (and consume) as much candy as possible. You get to carve pumpkins and make an almighty mess of yourself. You get to stay out …

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B-Movie Glory: Stephen King Marathon

Stephen King, other than being a famous horror fiction writer, is a famous fan of horror movies, using many of the horror movies of his youth as inspiration for his horror novels. Things have naturally come full circle in that his novels, short stories, and novellas have become a treasure trove for Hollywood, starting with Brian …

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A Definitive Ranking of Every Simpsons “Treehouse of Horror” Episode Ever

"Oooh, I've wasted my life..." - Comic Book Guy Every year that The Simpsons is on the air, it becomes more and more astounding as to what a gargantuan presence it has had in my life. Entering it's twenty-eight year, it is not hyperbole to say that the show has literally been around almost all of my …

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The Thing (1982)

John Carpenter's impossibly bleak horror movie The Thing has the rare distinction of being both a remake - of the Howard Hawks produced The Thing From Another World (1951) - and having been remade itself as the unnecessary reboot/prequel The Thing (2011). Among the few movies that this is true of, it has the even rarer distinction of being the best version of …

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B-Movie Glory: Vincent Price-a-thon

With all respect to Misters Bela Lugosi, Boris Karloff, and Christopher Lee, the undisputed godfather of horror movies is well and truly Vincent Price. With his unique baroque voice, imposing demeanour, and trademark twinkle in his eye denoting devilish playfulness, he has punctuated many a horror film spanning from the 1950s all the way to …

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