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Who will die next on "American Horror Story: Freak Show"? Do You think you know? Below, search for clues in FX's trailer of Wednesday's all-new episode, titled "Blood Bath," and then vote in our "Ahs: Freak Show" prediction contest. It's fun and easy! According to Gold Derby's exclusive racetrack odds, Dell Toledo (Michael Chiklis) has 15/2 odds of dying next amongst the group of main characters. As for the recurring cast, Regina Ross (Gabourey Sidibe) tops our readers' chart for who they think has the best chance of being killed off next with 3/1 odds. -Break- Psst: Here's how to predict reality TV shows and win bragging rights And prizes! Disagree with those odds? Then click here or scroll down to make your own predictions using our easy drag-and-drop menu. Your input will influence the overall standings here at Gold Derby and could save Dell from the dreaded #1 spot on our elimination chart. »
We’ve finally recovered from the tragedy of this week’s “American Horror Story: Freak Show” (farewell, littlest one!) and are ready to look ahead to the upcoming Episode 4.08, which promises to be even more of a “Blood Bath.” If you… Continue Reading →
- Debi Moore
Back in April, for twelve weeks straight, I reviewed a different Werner Herzog movie as they came available on the streaming service Fandor.com . Now the site is preparing for Halloween with a very special release of Kino Lorber's new 4K restoration of Robert Wiene's classic horror thriller The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari exclusively on the site beginning Halloween. And on that day (October 31st), and for one day only, the film will be available to everyone, even if you do not have a Fandor subscription! However, I have a special gift for one (1) lucky reader, a one (1) year subscription to Fandor.com and beyond the Herzog titles and the release of Caligari there is a lot more to explore. For example, also in celebration of Halloween, the site has George A. Romero's 1698 zombie classic Night of the Living Dead as well as Romero's original 1973 feature The Crazies. »
- Brad Brevet
English language film has long been a place for some of the greatest horror film directors of all time. All the way back to Alfred Hitchcock, we have seen the genre grow and develop sub-genres, thanks to the public’s ongoing thirst for fear and the possibility of danger around every turn. But, for every Saw or Hostel or terrible remake of classic English-language horror films, there are inventive, terrifying films made somewhere else that inspire and even outdo many of our best Western world horror films. This list will count down the fifty definitive horror films with a main language that isn’t English; some may have some English-language parts in them, but they are, for the most part, foreign. Enlighten yourself. Broaden your horizons. People can get murdered and tortured in every language.
50. Kuroneko (1968)
English Title: Black Cat
Directed by: Kaneto Shindo
- Joshua Gaul
This week the National Spelling Bee ended in a tie! Congratulations to Ansun Sujoe and Sriram Hathwar, who both won when they exhausted the judges’ supply of words. In contrast, we needed spellcheck to get through that sentence.
Blood Bath Shower Gel
You may have noticed that some GeekTyrant writers are big into horror films. This is what we’re getting them for Christmas. [Perpetual Kid]
Batman Money Clip
We may not have as much cash as Bruce Wayne, but we can protect what we do have Batman-style with this money clip. [ThinkGeek]
We love cool body art, but we’re scared of needles, so this Harry Potter-Themed temporary tattoo is the closest we’re going to get to sporting the look ourselves. This strong shield charm will protect you and everyone around you from curses of all kinds, and it’ll look really cool. [Etsy]
Maleficent Funko Pop Plush
Maleficent comes out this week, »
- Mily Dunbar
Review Ryan Lambie 22 Jan 2014 - 06:36
Animal masks and improvised weapons abound as the home invasion horror You're Next arrives on DVD. Our review's here...
There's much that's familiar about low-budget horror You're Next: the masked killers, the improvised weapons, the bickering survivors, the remote setting. But director Adam Wingard injects both a playfulness and a Giallo-like sense of mystery to his home-invasion slasher, and the result is refreshingly economical and direct.
In an unfeasibly large, austere country mansion, conspicuously wealthy parents Aubrey and Paul (Barbara Crampton and Rob Moran) welcome their litter of spoilt offspring to a rare evening get-together. Among them is Crispian (Aj Bowen), a meek teacher who's constantly browbeaten by his cocky, over-achieving brother Drake (Joe Swanberg). Then there are two other siblings, younger brother Felix (Nicholas Tucci) and younger sister Aimee (Amy Seimetz), plus their respective other halves, the most prominent and sympathetic »
6 items from 2014
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