Tag Archives: Tales from the Hood

Interview with Director Bill Posley and Stars Me’lisa Sellers and Tunde Laleye of ‘Bitch Ass’ (2022)

Black horror is a fascinating subgenre of our favorite here at PopHorror. Currently it seems to be going through a resurgence, largely thanks to Jordan Peele’s recent body of work. While larger names constantly saturate popular coverage, new names in the field can impress and shock just as well. Recently, …

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Shudder Announces February, 2022 Programming Lineup


Where did January go? We blinked and missed it! It’s February, now, and that means a ton of great new horror offerings from our friends at Shudder. From Boris Karloff to rare slashers to Tales of Terror to horror originals with a sprinkling of Joe Bob thrown in, Shudder has …

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There’s Even More Horror Coming From Peacock This October 2021

We are all so excited for Halloween Kills, which is coming out this October on Peacock. But that’s not the only reason to keep it tuned to the streaming service. They have just announced a whole slew of horror and horror-esque films and series that they’re hosting next month. They’ve …

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‘Tales From The Hood 2’ Trailer, Poster, and Release Date!

Tales From The Hood 2

Anthology horror films were all the rage in the 1980’s and 1990’s. You had Twilight Zone: The Movie, Creepshow 1 and 2, Tales From The Darkside: The Movie, Stephen King’s Cat’s Eye, a couple of Tales From The Crypt films. You remember… there were a bunch of them. Among the …

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A ‘Tales from the Hood’ Sequel is on its way!

Timing, as they say, is everything. We’re a lifetime removed from the 1995 release of horror anthology Tales from the Hood, and, until now, there was no real reason for a sequel to ever exist. Tackling themes of racism and police brutality, among other hot button issues, the anthology remains …

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Tales From The Hood (1995) Still Relevant After All These Years

Tales From The Hood is THE SHIT. They just don’t make them like this anymore. I remember seeing the poster when I was 9 and wanting to see it. I didn’t see it till years later on HBO at my older sister’s house and I fell in love instantly. I’ve always …

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