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What Lurks in ‘The Fog’ 38 Years Later

by We Love Horror
You may be surprised to hear this, but a teeny-tiny movie called Halloween was released in 1978 to less than favorable reviews. Writer-director John Carpenter, along with his producing partner Debra Hill, assumed the film would quickly fade away from the public conscious soon after release. Of course, that film has gone on to become an establishment in and of itself within the horror genre, specifically the slasher film. At the time, though, it wasn’t until a reviewer at The Village Voice got their peepers on it and penned a glowing review that people really started to take notice. Based off the newfound [...]

Skip the Super Bowl: Sports Movies for Genre Fans

by We Love Horror
This Sunday, February 4th, people everywhere will be gathered around their television sets, likely in large groups, watching hordes of beastly men duke it out on the gridiron. They will, of course, be watching the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots square off for the NFL supremacy in Super Bowl LII. Super Bowl Sunday, as it’s often referred, is a big deal for people all across the world, even those that aren’t football fans. Many even consider it to be a holiday and why wouldn’t they? All the holiday staples are present during Super Sunday — friends, family and food. What [...]

[Editorial] Let’s Talk About Managing Expectations…

by We Love Horror
Over the last few days, you may have heard about a film called Hereditary (our review). Ari Aster‘s debut film has been heralded as one of the scariest movies ever made and a sure thing for the best horror film of 2018 (and it’s onlyFebruary). Six months before its release, the film already has a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes (based off of 16 reviews) and an average score of 8.8/10, which is pretty impressive.You may be overjoyed with the prospect of a new, original and terrifying horror film being released in the middle of summer. However, you may be dreading the [...]

Living Among Us

by We Love Horror
An exceptionally graceful command of the found-footage genre. ...

Jughead: The Hunger #3

by We Love Horror

The werewolf population in Riverdale continues to grow.

What Horror Movie Actors Look Like in Real Life

by We Love Horror
content Video courtesy of Bright Side | Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz Twisty the Close from American Horror Story Season 4 played by John Carroll Lynch Pennywise the Dancing Clown from Stephen King's IT 2017, played by Bill Skarsgard previously best known for his role as Roman Godfrey on Hemlock Grove. Actress and Stunt woman/contortionist Bonnie Morgan took over the role as Samara in 2017 Rings. 

It (2017) Review

by We Love Horror

The Dark Tower – Teaser Poster

by We Love Horror
The Dark Tower (Katheryn Winnick, Matthew McConaughey, Idris Elba) 2017 will be released in cinemas 28 July.

Annabelle Creation Review

by We Love Horror
Several years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into their home, soon becoming the target of the dollmaker’s possessed creation, Annabelle. David F. Sandberg (“Lights Out”) directs from a screenplay by Gary Dauberman, who also wrote “Annabelle.” Produced by Peter Safran and James Wan, the film stars Stephanie Sigman (“Spectre”), Talitha Bateman (“The 5th Wave”), Lulu Wilson (upcoming “Ouija 2,” “Deliver Us from Evil”), Philippa Anne Coulthard (“After the Dark”), Grace Fulton (“Badland”), Lou Lou Safran (“The Choice”), Samara Lee (“Foxcatcher,” “The Last [...]

IT Trailer is finally here

by We Love Horror
The 'IT' Teaser trailer is finally here and looks to be more terrifying then the original. Opening with the infamous scene with Georgie chasing his paper boat down a raining street into the sewer, it soon delivers chills at our first glimpse of pennywise popping up from the sewer shadows. Ever since the 1990 version came out I was one that had always wanted to see this adapted on the big screen. With all of the unnessary remakes and reboots, this one in particular I always felt was the exception. I loved the original but it was held back from [...]