Sean Burton

Hailing from a city known for Motörhead's Lemmy and pottery, Sean's exposure to horror came at an early age when he saw an overpriced VHS version of The Lost Boys. Like a true Brit, he's sarcastic, over-opinionated and thinks he's funnier than he actually is. His preferred sub-genres of horror are found footage and gore. Lots of gore.

‘The Cloverfield Paradox’ (2018) Movie Review

Secrecy and speculation have been the key to the success of the Cloverfield franchise. As one of the first films to truly utilize viral marketing, the 2008 Matt Reeves directed Cloverfield generated unprecedented buzz with its fictitious products (Slusho, anyone?) and mysterious websites containing seemingly nonsensical puzzles. Its sequel, 2016’s …

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Rob Zombie Urges You to Get High with New Music Video

Rob Zombie has released a new video – with inspiration coming from an unlikely source. The video for “In the Age of the Consecrated Vampire We All Get High” features Zombie and co. performing in front of giant letters, an idea he took from Elvis Presley. Speaking to Rolling Stone, singer  stated: “I always loved …

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Ten More Tales from the Crypt Coming to TNT in 2017

The crypt is open for business once again. As reported by Deadline the network announced Thursday (April 15th) that an order for 10 episodes of the classic horror anthology series has been made. It will be based on the original EC comics and be part of a larger horror block on TNT, …

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Argento Meets Hellraiser in Twisted Turkish Torture Tale, ‘Baskin’ (2016) – Movie Review

Turkey isn’t particularly well known for its horror movie output, until now: Baskin is a showcase of the potential that the country has to offer – but it has a way to go before becoming a serious contender on the world horror stage. Five policemen answer a distress call from a nearby …

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Does the Eli Roth-Produced ‘CLOWN’ Live Up to the Hype?

There’s always been something about clowns that has terrified millions of people around the world. Maybe it’s their overly cheery demeanor or exaggerated painted-on expressions, or possibly something infinitely more sinister – you never know who is behind the warm friendly smile and makeup. Whatever it is, clowns have become a …

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