Tag Archives: Urban Legends

A Real ‘Christine’? The Curse of James Dean’s ‘Little Bastard’

James Dean

Here we are during the most superstitious time of year, looking back on the rough year behind us, and making a long list of plans and wishes for the new one just a few days away. John Carpenter’s awesome film adaptation of Stephen King’s Christine (1983) turned 40 this month. …

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‘The Bell Keeper’ – Should You Ring The Bell?

A group of friends set out to Bell Lake to film a documentary on the local legend of The Bell Keeper, but they get more than they bargained for when they find out how much truth there is to the legend. The Bell Keeper, directed by Colton Tran, brings together a …

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PopHorror Interviews Eleanor Snitchery and Loey Lane About Their New Podcast ‘Internet Urban Legends’

'Internet Urban Legends

Spotify and Parcast, in collaboration with Wheelhouse DNA, have a new and exciting podcast called INTERNET URBAN LEGENDS – hosted by beauty gurus and internet sleuths Loey Lane and Eleanor Snitchery. I recently had a chance to chat with these amazing ladies about their careers, how they got into makeup and art, their …

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‘Urban Legends: Final Cut’ (2000) – Still Legendary After 20 Years

When horror fans talk about the whodunit murder mysteries boom of the ’90s and 2000s, we hear a lot of titanic titles being brought up. Scream (1996), I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997 – read our retro review here), and Valentine (2001 – read our retro review here) …

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Top 10 Urban Legends From Around The World

Happy Halloween month, horror lovers! To celebrate our favorite time of the year, PopHorror wanted to bring you our top 10 urban legends from around the world – five myths and five truths. So sit back and get ready to be scared.   Top 5 Urban Legends That Are Only Myths …

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‘Hell Cat of the Holt’ by Mark Cassell – Book Review

Hell Cat of the Holt is the third story in Mark Cassell’s Shadow Fabric series. Although not a full novel, this novella expands upon the multi-dimensional lore the author began in his first two books in the trilogy, 2014’s The Shadow Fabric and 2017’s The Shadow Fabric Mythos: Vol. 1. Readers …

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The Man in the Rabbit Mask (2017) Short Film Review

Shorts are always a tricky thing to review. Some of the best shorts that I have seen have featured intriguing premises that left me craving a full length adaption while the worst didn’t do anything to set themselves apart. In which of these two categories does The Man in the …

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