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We’re all familiar with promotional pranks in anticipation of a horror movie release. Such great examples include Tiffany and Chucky busting through toy packaging and chasing store patrons out the door, and even the telekinetic chaos that ensued at a coffee shop before the release of Carrie. Hex Studios, the production company behind The Owlman films,… Read More ‘Oh, hell no!’ Update: Owlman terrorizes citizens of Fife, Scotland

Friday Night Frights Tacoma returns for another evening of horrifying entertainment. For February’s Women In Horror Month (WiHM), the evening’s audience will enjoy Stephen King’s Pet Semetary following a series of giveaways by trivia questions (WiHM, Stephen King, or Pet Semetary related). The event’s featured artist this month is the lovely Meescha Dare who is… Read More Friday Night Frights Tacoma to celebrate Women In Horror Month with special screening of Pet Semetary

With only a few months between now and Texas Frightmare Weekend, presented by Arrow Video, horror fans are preparing for what continues to be a yearly experience irreplaceable to date. The convention’s origins placed them at the Grapevine Convention Center; a small venue ideal for the beginnings of a convention. As time progressed and the… Read More Cenobites and Clive Barker set to assemble at Texas Frightmare Weekend

DISCLAIMER: The content that follows addresses rape culture and sexual assault. On January 27th, Michelle Nessk of Gloomy Sunday Productions boarded a plane from Seattle, Washington to make way to Sacramento, California for a benefit event she holds close to her heart. Hosted by the Sacramento Horror Film Festival and titled “Louder Than Wolves”, the… Read More Gloomy Sunday Productions addresses rape culture with short film “Just A Girl” at Louder Than Wolves [EXCLUSIVE]

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