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Wrong Turn 3 Left For Dead Review
The first 'Wrong Turn' movie was really good stuff with inbred cannibals chasing a group of trapped youngsters. It was so good it started it's own franchise, and here we are with number 3. So is 'Wrong Turn 3: Left For Dead' up to scratch?
Wrong Turn 2: Dead End Movie Review
Sequal to ´Wrong Turn´, this is a very good and very different approach to the story. Starring Erica Leerhsen, Texas Battle, and Henry Rollins as they battle against mutant inbreeds on a reality T.V show.
Women's Studies Movie Review
A review of the indie horror movie ´Women´s Studies´about an all female feminist cult.
Women portrayed in the horror genre
The third instalment of how women are portrayed in the horror genre. This time looking at Regan from ‘The Exorcist’, Nancy from 'A Nightmare on Elm Street', Sarah Conner from the 'Terminator' movies and Ripley from 'Alien.'
Women Portrayed In Horror
A look at how women are portrayed in the horror genre, from the negative to the positive. Also, a look at positive horror heroines and the explotation of women in slasher horror.
Women in the horror genre
Second part of a look at how women are shown and portrayed in the horror genre, looking at 'Halloween', 'Teeth', and others.
Why do people watch horror?
Having been asked many times what sort of individual watches horror in a derogatory tone, I take a look into some of the reasons many fans watch horror movies, both on a psychological level and visceral level. Not to mention just for the thrill of being scared.
What makes a film scary
What makes a film terrify you? Make you leave the lights on when you go to sleep? And what's the difference between a true horror film and a shocker? I take a look...
What Lies Beneath 2001
A review of ´What Lies Beneath´, a Hitchcock style ghost story, starring Michelle Pfeiffer and Harrison Ford.
Wes Craven's New Nightmare
A look at post-modern horror, looking at Wes Craven´s New Nightmare (1994) and Scream (1996)
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