Tag Archives: Prom Night

Shudder Unveils January, 2024 Programming Lineup

If your New Year’s resolution is to watch more horror, then Shudder has you covered! Here’s what’s coming to the great horror streaming service in January 2024! We’ve been looking forward to Destroy All Neighbors, and we also can’t wait to check out Suitable Flesh! Of course, it’s always a …

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A Night To Die For: ‘PROM NIGHT’ (Nelson McCormick) Turns 15 – Retro Review

Prom Night (2008)

Back in the early 2000s, my friends and I would regularly grace the local movie theater to see the latest horror movies, from Paranormal Activity and The Unborn to The Exorcism of Emily Rose. Therefore, when previews began dropping for Nelson McCormick’s Prom Night, it was a given that I’d go. Plus, I had to see …

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Shudder Announces November, 2021 Programming Lineup


It’s always tough to say goodbye to October. Fortunately, for horror fans, spooky season is year-round. Another flip of the calendar page means another kick-ass lineup from our friends at Shudder. New movies. New original series. Tons of horror content and the best value for your monthly streaming dollar! Check …

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Canada’s Best: The Great White North’s Lasting Impact On The Slasher Subgenre

When you think about searching out slashers from the eighties, you might not think of looking in Canada. You probably underestimate Canada’s impact on the rise of the subgenre. I want to take a brief look at some of what Roger Ebert called Dead Teenager Movies that were made in …

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Karli’s 365 Horror Movie Challenge – Week 1

Every year, I set a goal for myself to watch at least 100 new horror films, and every year I come up short of my goal. This year, I decided to make a new proposition for myself, the 365 Horror Movie Challenge! Basically, I have to watch a horror film …

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Musician IslandRocks is Re-visioning the Retro Movie Theme!

I’ve been watching horror cinema faithfully since High School in the early nineties. When I discovered Italian cinema, my mind was blown, especially Lucio Fulci, Umberto Lenzi, Ruggero Deodato and Dario Argento. In the early wave before a lot of these films even got good VHS treatment from companies like …

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Bushwick (2017) Film Review

The film Bushwick comes to us at a time when the U.S. is in a state of political turmoil. I’m not a political person, but I can easily see on social media and television the many people who were dissatisfied with the current presidential situation. At the same time, I …

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