Tag Archives: Cujo

PopHorror Writers: VHS Cover Artwork That Scarred Our Souls

Many of us grew up going to video stores and picking out a brand new horror movie to watch and add to our personal watch list. But without trailers or ads, we had no idea what a movie was about. The only clue we had was the VHS cover art. …

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Interview With Horror Icon Dee Wallace

I feel like Dee Wallace needs no introduction. If you don’t know who she is by now… I don’t even know what to say to that. From secretly giving refuge to a displaced extraterrestrial in E.T., to saving her family from aliens again in Critters, to protecting her child from …

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Luis Montesinos’ ‘Ropes’ (2019): A Tension-Filled Spin On An Old Favorite – Movie Review

There are two types of filmgoers in this world: those who can sit back and suspend all disbelief, and those who will nitpick small details to death. I fall into that second group. This is both a blessing and a curse. In the case of my viewing of Jose Luis …

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Shudder Brings Stephen King Home For The Holidays

Stephen King Month On Shudder

Shudder, the definitive horror streaming service, is giving subscribers the gift of Stephen King this holiday season. Team Shudder recently announced on Twitter they’re streaming a host of King classics all month long. This massive mountain of macabre is enough to satisfy even a number 1 fan! Read on for …

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Scream Factory Unleashes ‘Man’s Best Friend’ on Blu-ray!

One of the nicest guys I’ve ever met at a horror con was Lance Henriksen. He is a total gentleman to his many fans, and is a legendary icon of cult cinema. He’s one of the few actors that ran the gamut between kickass mainstream films like the Alien franchise …

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All Stephen King Books Ranked by Decade: 1981-1990

Master of Horror author Stephen King is the end all and be all for many genre lovers when they feel it’s time to sit back, relax and grab something terrifying to read. However, not all of King’s books are created equal. Believe it or not, some are better than others. …

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The Dog Days of Summer: The Plausible Horror of ‘Cujo’ (1983)


Directed by Lewis Teague (who went on to direct Cat’s Eye) and originally written by Stephen King, Cujo (read our interview with Dee Wallace – here) is most impressive for its realism. Rather than being cursed by magic or something inexplicable, a St. Bernard named Cujo contracts rabies after getting bit …

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PopHorror Interviews Legendary Genre Actress Dee Wallace

So far in my writing career, I’ve had the opportunity to interview quite a few amazing people in the horror industry, including several legendary icons. However, getting to interview Dee Wallace cuts the cake. Never ever did I imagine I would be talking with such an wonderfully inspirational woman both …

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Which Stephen King Movie Are You Trapped In?

It’s 2017, the Year of the King. Stephen King, that is. Everywhere you look, there’s a new Stephen King movie, TV show, reboot, or Netflix series, and they just seem to keep coming and coming. So what’s a horror fan to do? Get trapped inside one of the Master of …

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