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8 Horror Films with Only One Main Location

Over the past decade, as horror film budgets drop more and more, productions are always looking for ways to cut costs. One of the biggest means of doing so is to reduce the number of locations. This money-saving trend has forced filmmakers to utilize single settings as a means of enhancing the horror. And some horror films […]

TV 

Ryan Murphy’s FEUD and the Resurrection of Hagsploitation Horror

With the FX series FEUD: BETTE AND JOAN, AMERICAN HORROR STORY creator Ryan Murphy’s pathological adherence to cult affiliations continues with his immersive, semi-biographical exhumation of two of the most iconic figures in the narrative history of cinema — Joan Crawford and Bette Davis — and in the process resurrects a brief and bygone cinematic […]

Films 

The Legendary Walter Hill Joins Mick Garris On The Latest POST MORTEM Podcast!

The POST MORTEM podcast on PodcastOne is only on its 4th episode, and yet it’s already among my favorite, must-listen shows. This shouldn’t come as much of a surprise considering it’s hosted by Mick Garris, establish horror writer/director/author, and creator of the “Masters of Horror” TV series. There’s a bevy of incredible archival interviews that […]

Films 

Revisiting the Bizarre “Hollywood Hag” Genre

A salient line of dialogue from the rarely-mentioned 1996 comedy film THE FIRST WIVES CLUB really pinpointed the way women are treated by the Hollywood machine. In the film, Goldie Hawn — 50 at the time — plays an actress who finds that she is aging out of certain roles, and laments that Hollywood tends […]