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Reign of Blood and Stone: Prom Queen ‘CARRIE’ (2013) Turns 10


“True sorrow is as rare as true love.” That’s the sentiment that sums up this timeless tale of teenage tyranny and supernatural revenge from the mind of horror master, Stephen King. Many horror fans dismissed Carrie (2013) as a slick re-hash of Brian De Palma’s 1976 adaptation, but I’m here to …

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Road Trip: 40 Years of John Carpenter’s ‘CHRISTINE’ (1983)


Released in 1983 and celebrating its 40th birthday this year, Christine has the distinction of being directed by legendary Halloween director John Carpenter. However, in interviews, Carpenter stated that he only took the job due to production delays on other projects he was working on and didn’t consider it a …

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Interview With Thea James, Co-Author Of ‘The Unofficial Beetlejuice! Beetlejuice! Beetlejuice! Cookbook’

As Tim Burton’s Beetlejuice celebrates its 35th anniversary year, and as spooky season quickly approaches, authors Thea James and Isabel Minunni have the perfect way to honor everyone’s favorite green-haired poltergeist: The Unofficial Beetlejuice! Beetlejuice! Beetlejuice! Cookbook. Through its 75 delightfully dark recipes, the cookbook, available Aug. 15, aims to capture the flavor …

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Celebrating 40 Years Of Cujo With Eight Fascinating Facts

The early 1980s were a golden era of horror. It served as the first wave of the American slasher craze and made rock stars out of the FX teams responsible for creating some of the most inventive kills to date. It was also when feature-length Stephen King adaptations were a …

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Interview With Jonathan Piche-Delorme and Gabriel Beauvais, The VFX Pros Behind ‘THE BOOGEYMAN’ (2023)

NOTE: This interview was conducted before the 2023 WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes. Without the labor of the writers and actors currently on strike, the film being covered here wouldn’t exist. PopHorror fully supports the WGA and SAG-AFTRA and their efforts. Earlier this summer, another film adaptation of a Stephen King …

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Two John Carpenter Classics Returning To Theaters This Fall

Two John Carpenter classic films, They Live (1988) and Christine (1983) are returning to theaters this Fall, courtesy of Fathom Events! They Live is celebrating 35 years and Christine is celebrating 40 years, so can you imagine a better time to catch them on the big screen? Where and when …

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Coming Soon: ‘CREEPSHOW’ (1982) Collector’s Edition 4K UHD Blu-Ray

Coming soon from Scream Factory and director George A. Romero: Creepshow Collector’s Edition 4K UHD Blu-ray combo pack. From The Press Release Available for the first time being released in 4K UHD™ format, this highly anticipated release features a new 4K scan (2023) from the original camera negative in Dolby …

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Joe Black Talks Podcast, Cabaret Background, ‘The Last Of Us,’ and More – Interview

Back in 2021, Brighton-based cabaret performer Joe Black packed his gothic garb to compete on season 2 of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK. Two lip sync battles and one fiery encounter with Mama Ru (AJ and the Queen 2020) over a certain pink H&M dress later, Joe’s time on the show came …

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