Adrian Lee

Adrian has been a part of the horror community for over 30 years in some capacity. She's a special effects makeup artist, haunted attraction actress, and writer. She's here to shame the family name and continue spreading horror throughout the land.

25 Years Of ‘THE RAGE: CARRIE 2’ (1999) – Retro Review

The Rage: Carrie 2

Poor emotional regulation apparently runs heavily in the White family genes. 25 years after the release of Stephen King’s novel, and 23 years after the award-winning film adaptation of Carrie (1976), we learned that the legacy of the White family had hardly stopped with Carrie (Sissy Spacek, Castle Rock, 2018), …

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Psychological Thriller ‘SECRET WINDOW’ (2004) Celebrates 20 Years

Secret Window

If there’s one person capable of capturing the psychological unraveling of a tortured writer, it’s Stephen King. His novella, Secret Window, Secret Garden was published in the collection, Four Past Midnight (1990). It depicts a writer whose life is in shambles and whose mind is sure to follow. Adapted for the …

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Friends Or Foes: Exploring The Theories Behind Childhood Companions In ‘IMAGINARY’ (2024)

Blumhouse’s Imaginary (2024) hit big screens this weekend with tepid reviews due to the oversell/underdeliver factor that can come with taking on such a high concept with the intent to keep it sleek and simple. But if there’s one thing horror fans are good at, it’s finding potential scares in unlikely …

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Return To Crystal Lake: How ‘FRIDAY THE 13TH’ (2009) Gave Us One Last Good Slash To Tide Us Over

Friday the 13th

Whether you consider it a remake or a sequel, Marcus Nispel’s Friday the 13th (2009) was one of the early 2000’s best revival horror films. Alongside Nispel’s other venture, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003), and larger-than-life re-imaginings like Zack Snyder’s Dawn of the Dead, Friday the 13th gave new generations and old fans …

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10 Reasons You Should Date The Dead

Ask any of your single friends and they’ll tell you: the dating pool is looking extra shallow these days. So if you’re looking to couple up this Valentine’s Day, you might consider expanding your search to include the undead. As our new Galentine, Lisa Frankenstein has taught us, there’s nothing quite like …

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‘TEEN VAMP’ (1989) – Retro Review

Teen Vamp

If you’re a lucky member of Generation X you grew up with some pretty keen “gateway horror movies.” Classics such as Teen Wolf (1985), where a young Michael J. Fox shows just how harrowing it can be to go through the inevitable “changes” teenage boys like him face. Then there was …

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A Real ‘Christine’? The Curse of James Dean’s ‘Little Bastard’

James Dean

Here we are during the most superstitious time of year, looking back on the rough year behind us, and making a long list of plans and wishes for the new one just a few days away. John Carpenter’s awesome film adaptation of Stephen King’s Christine (1983) turned 40 this month. …

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