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    Ripley: Believe it or Not, It's About All That

    When Women and Hollywood asked me if I wanted to do a couple of guest posts on horror movies, I jumped at the chance. Like Kerensa Cadenas mentioned in her introduction to the series, I have an abiding fascination with horror movies and the way they manage to articulate seemingly inarticulable fears...

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    The 13 Best New Indie Horror Movies You Should Watch This Halloween

    "The Conjuring" may have been a nationwide horror hit, but it has nothing on these 13 indie scare-fests, including "You're Next" and "Here Comes The Devil."

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    Turning Ash into Mia: Changing the Gender of One of Horror's Most Iconic Characters

    In the past few years, horror films have seen more than their fair share of sequels, remakes and reimaginings. As a genre, it's been particularly hospitable to distinctive, memorable characters, allowing for easy reinvention, as well as an affinity for ending movies with an inconclusive twitch of th...

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    The Horror of Little Girls and Social Anxiety About Women

    Horror films frequently provide commentary on the social fears and anxieties of their time. A universally recognized truth of horror is that children can be terrifying–especially little girls. The fact that images of young girls have continued terrifying audiences through the decades is indicative o...

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    The Anatomy of a Scary Film: An Infographic

    Gearing up for Halloween, it's the perfect time to study the anatomy of a scary film and what it is that makes us afraid. Is it the creepy music, the realistic (or not-so-realistic) special effects or the guts and gore? Perhaps all of the above? The team at Wish.co.uk has created an infographic tha...

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    Review: Why Is Tobe Hooper's 'Djinn,' the First UAE-Produced Horror Film, Such A Terrible Movie?

    Whatever the real reasons behind the movie's belated arrival, we can be sure it wasn't held back for quality control.

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    October Horror Series Interview: Emily DiPrimio on Horror, Carver and Directing at 13 Years Old

    At 13, Emily DiPrimio is well on her way to starting a career in the lady-sparse horror genre. She co-wrote and will co-direct, Carver, which just made its Kickstarter goal earlier this month.

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    We are the Weirdos, Mister: Revisiting The Craft

    I was eight years old when The Craft came out in 1996. I remember seeing the VHS on the shelves of the video store for years and then finally picking it out when I was in sixth grade.

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    There's a New "Final Girl" in the House--and She's a Beast: A Review of You're Next

    You're Next is sick, and I mean sick like "disgusting" and sick like "badass" because somewhere in my 34-year-old brain, I'm also 12. (Ed Note: There are some spoilers for You're Next in this review)

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    Watch: A Girl Gets Cozy With the Devil in Racy Red Band Trailer for 'Here Comes the Devil'

    A stumbling, blood soaked man drops a bag full of severed fingers in the opening shots of the red band trailer for the indie horror "Here Comes the Devil," giving you a good sense of what to expect from this pic. The film, which snagged several key awards at the Fantastic Fest, tells the story of tw...

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