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Who Can Kill a Child?

I think that “Who Can Kill a Child?” is the movie I’d show to people who think that horror movies can’t be deep or have meaning, Continue reading

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The Devil’s Backbone/El Espinazo del Diablo

Guillermo del Toro’s 2001 movie, “The Devil’s Backbone,” is less well-known than “Pan’s Labyrinth” but it shouldn’t be less-beloved. It’s definitely a good movie. Continue reading

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[REC]

Press PLAY and watch [REC]! See what I did there? Seriously, though, Spain does zombies right with this movie. Continue reading

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Horror Express

Let the dulcet tones of Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing take you away on the horror express. It’s the only movie I’ve ever seent hat has had fossils, aliens, zombies, and a train. Continue reading

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Hell’s Bells

Has Scarina found the worst movie ever made? Continue reading

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Fangs of the Living Dead

A movie by the director of the Tombs of the Blind Dead. Continue reading

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