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'King for a Day' Art Exhibit Showcases Stephen King-Inspired Poster Designs

17 March 2014 9:00 AM, PDT | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

The storytelling of Stephen King has inspired all of us in one way or another, and his classic tales have conjured unforgettable images in just about every artistic medium. Case in point: a new exhibit entitled “King for a Day,” coming this week to L.A.'s Hero Complex Gallery, will feature some gorgeous King-themed works by artists and designers around the world who have drawn creative inspiration from the author's writing.     The exhibit includes multiple submissions from from the so-called “Poster Posse,” including Robert Bruno, Nick Comparone, Patrick Connan, Harlan Elam, Florey, Chris Garofalo, Peter Gutierrez, Tom Miatke, David Moscati, Kaz Oomori, Adam Rabalais, Paul Shipper and Chris Skinner.   "It's Your Cat Now" (Artist: Chris Garafolo)   Pop Culture blog Blurppy.com recently published an in-depth study of several entries from the exhibit, including works in progress and commentary by the artists involved.   "Silver Bullet" (Artist: Peter Gutierrez)   Notable examples »

- Gregory Burkart

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Make Your St. Patrick’s Day Bloody With These 10 Irish Horror Films!

17 March 2014 7:00 AM, PDT | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

Today is of course St. Patrick’s Day, which essentially means that us horror fans are allowed the freedom to do two things, without incurring the wrath of judgment that doing those two things typically incurs; not only do we get to drink all day, but it’s sort of an unwritten rule that we must plop our asses on our couches and watch as many of the films in the Leprechaun franchise as we can possibly endure. A great holiday this one is, to say the least.

That said, if you’ve already seen all the Leprechaun movies, and don’t have much interest in watching them again, then have no fear, because we’ve got you covered. We came up with a list of films to accompany you on today’s couch-riding, beer-drinking escapades, all of which are worthy alternatives to the Leprechaun films.

These ten Irish-made horror »

- John Squires

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TV Review: ‘Resurrection’

6 March 2014 8:00 AM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Resurrection” has such a provocative concept and a well-cast pilot that the temptation is to hang on hopefully for the ride, albeit with a measure of skepticism regarding how much life, renewed or otherwise, the producers can mine from the premise. Dealing with thorny issues of religion and faith while wrapped in a central existential mystery, the show’s real challenge will be how long it can explore the notion of a child returning from the dead, unchanged, 32 years later, and keep it dramatically contained, given what that would truly mean in today’s wired, digitally connected world.

Having been given an Oscar-telecast push, this is one of those ABC projects that deserves ample praise for its conceptual daring, but often winds up disappointing in the execution. Fortunately, a second hour somewhat broadens the show’s riddle, while indicating that any answers will be disgorged slowly. Ah well, humanity has »

- Brian Lowry

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Review of the New Limited Edition of Stephen King's 'Christine'

28 February 2014 10:00 AM, PST | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

“Sometimes being alive feels like a long game of chicken on a badly-lit road.” -- Michael Marshall Smith, from the introduction to Ps Publishing's Christine   Love for Stephen King’s 1983 haunted car story has always seemed a little light on the ground. It’s not that anyone ever hated Christine; it’s just that the passion with which readers discussed classic novels like The Stand or The Shining or recent books like Bag of Bones or 11/22/63 seemed to pass Christine by. During King’s most popular decade, the novel failed to hit #1 on the New York Times bestseller list (though #2 isn’t exactly a struggle for chart success.) Literary critic and King expert Dr. Michael R. Collings once referred to Christine as a “minor” novel, especially in comparison to the major statement of Pet Sematary, also released that year.      Yet in the thirty-plus years since the book was published, Christine has become a cultural touchstone. »

- Kevin Quigley

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Exclusive: Joe Begos and Josh Ethier Talk Almost Human

27 February 2014 9:00 AM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

For their first feature, Almost Human (review), director Joe Begos and actor/editor Josh Ethier have put together an ambitious, effects-heavy alien abduction story that’s as unrelenting as it is exuberant.

An intense ride that shows the love for the Eighties era, Almost Human is a standout first entry for Joe and his crew. Now, through IFC Midnight, the film is enjoying a limited theatrical run and is also available on VOD.

DC: I know House of the Devil, the Ti West film, did a limited VHS run, but there are very few films that get a chance to do it and where it actually makes sense to put it out. Is the VHS of Almost Human just going to be a limited run, or will any copies be for sale? Or are you just handing them out at screenings?

Jb: I actually made a hundred of them and »

- Drew Tinnin

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Skeleton Crew #77: Stephen King Retrospective (1) Secret Window + Pet Sematary

16 February 2014 3:41 PM, PST | Horrorbid | See recent Horrorbid news »

The Skeleton Crew #77: Secret Window to the Pet Sematary Right Click the image below and Click "Save Link As" to download the show: 1:45 45:00 Alex, Dan, Jamie and Willis Wheeler give an in depth review of Stepehen Kings Pet Sematary (1989)! This is a review you wont wanna pass up 49:00 1:20:00 Alex, Dan, Jamie and Willis talk NetFlix recommendations, the future of Star Wars, Star Trek Into Darkness, Back to the Futures inconsistency,… »

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Ms. Vampy and Dr. Gash Team Up for Five Tips to Get You Through Valentine's Day

14 February 2014 6:30 AM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

When she's not working as one of our favorite scream queens, Ms. Vampy herself, Brooke Lewis, has an alter-ego, that of advice columnist for Huffington Post. For Valentine's Day we took some of her dating tips and horrified them up a bit.

Lewis is the author of the popular column Ask the Drama Queen, and she recently appeared on "San Diego Living" to give some tips to help people get the most out of their dates, be it with a new person or their spouse or longtime partner.

Even we bloodthirsty beasts at Dread Central can appreciate a good love story (as long as someone's heart is ripped out at the end) so we thought we'd share some of Brooke's dating tips and explain them in a way we all understand.

Happy Valentine's Day, Dreadies!

Tip #1-Plan Ahead

Brooke wants you to be sure to have your dinner plans made, »

- Scott Hallam

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‘True Detective’ Director Cary Fukunaga Still Adapting Stephen King’s ‘It’

11 February 2014 7:34 AM, PST | ScreenRant.com | See recent Screen Rant news »

Stephen King properties continue to prosper on the small screen (see: Haven, Under the Dome), even as multiple film adaptations – based on the iconic pop horror/suspense novelist’s work – have started to make their way down the pipeline. Indeed, in the past few months, we’ve seen (among other developments) the Pet Sematary remake enlist a new director, Warner Bros. actively scouting for a filmmaker to helm The Stand, and the Cell movie adaptation finishing up its casting in order to begin production this year.

One King project that we haven’t reported on since 2012 is It, a big-screen treatment of King’s hefty best-selling novel, published in 1986 and made into a ...

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- Sandy Schaefer

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Jay Baruchel To Headline Stephen King Thriller The Ten O'Clock People

7 February 2014 5:52 AM, PST | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

The works of Stephen King have inspired countless nightmares and over 170 adaptations in film and television, from The Shining and It to Pet Sematary and The Shawshank Redemption. Now Jay Baruchel is joining this legacy with the upcoming horror-thriller The Ten O'Clock People. THR reports out of the European Film Market that Baruchel, who hit theaters last year in the hit apocalypse comedy This is The End, will executive produce and star in The Ten O'Clock People, which is adapted from one of King's short stories. Found in the collection Nightmares and Dreamscapes, The Ten O'Clock People centers on Brandon Pearson (Baruchel), a smoker so desperate to kick the habit that he begins treatment using a cessation drug. But when his willpower crumbles and he picks up the cigarettes once more, the combination of smoking with the remnants of the drug trigger a chilling side effect that reveals to him »

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10 Awesome Original Songs Written For Horror Movies

6 February 2014 9:30 AM, PST | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

There’s no denying that music has proven itself to be an integral part of our favorite horror films, to the point that the iconic scores for films like Halloween and Psycho are as important an aspect of the movies as the stories and characters themselves. But we’ve already talked about our favorite horror scores here on Fearnet in the past, so that’s not quite what we’re here to discuss today.

Ya see, many horror movies over the years have been given their very own songs, which have either been featured within the movies or played over their end credits. It’s not something that often happens nowadays, but back in the 80s and 90s, it wasn’t all that uncommon for studios to task musicians with writing and performing original songs for their horror movies. Ah, the good old days.

Here are 10 of our favorite horror movie songs, »

- John Squires

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11 scary horror movie child stars: see how they look now

30 January 2014 12:15 PM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Louisa and Lisa Burns, who played the now-iconic twins in Stanely Kubrick's The Shining, attended a film screening at the BFI in London yesterday (January 29).

Do you recognise the @Shining_twins? Special guests at our anniversary screening of Stanley Kubrick's Dr Strangelove pic.twitter.com/5x0DLPiPrq

— BFI (@BFI) January 28, 2014The Shining review: Extended cut packs in more psychological terror

The Shining's Maze of Meaning: Room 237 and the extended cut

The twin sisters have kept a low profile since the film's release back in 1980 but happily posed for a picture on the red carpet as they arrived for the screening of Kubrick's Dr Strangelove as part of the Loco London Comedy Film Festival.

We've found 10 other former child stars from iconic horror flicks to see what they look like now, and what they went on to do next:

Linda Blair in The Exorcist

Linda Blair starred as the head-spinning, »

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The Shining, Exorcist, more: Scary horror movie children - then & now

30 January 2014 12:15 PM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Louisa and Lisa Burns, who played the now-iconic twins in Stanely Kubrick's The Shining, attended a film screening at the BFI in London yesterday (January 29).

The twin sisters have kept a low profile since the film's release back in 1980 but happily posed for a picture on the red carpet as they arrived for the screening of Kubrick's Dr Strangelove as part of the Loco London Comedy Film Festival.

We've found 10 other former child stars from iconic horror flicks to see what they look like now, and what they went on to do next:

Linda Blair in The Exorcist

Linda Blair starred as the head-spinning, projectile-vomiting and crucifix-stabbing child in 1973's controversial The Exorcist.

A few years after the film's release, Blair encountered trouble with the law when charged with possession of drugs and conspiracy to sell. She managed to turn her career around by the early '80s, going on »

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Community Recap: Butt Crack Bandit!

10 January 2014 5:45 AM, PST | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

Good morning. I’m your new Community recapper. Great to meet you all. I’m a fan of Dan Harmon’s Community. I was sad to hear he had been fired after the third season of the show, even though I felt the third season itself was a tad shaky. I liked the characters and what had been built enough to try the fourth season out. And though I watched it all, I found it pretty wretched. It was like watching the Pet Sematary–esque corpse of something I once loved prance around … not soulless, exactly, but certainly not with its own soul. Then, something that never happens happened: The powers that be restored Harmon to what many — myself included — considered his rightful place as showrunner, and after last week’s double header, things were looking up. "Repilot" was dark, and not all that funny, but necessary in terms of »

- Dave Bunting

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Six More of Our Favorite Underrated Horror Film Directors

6 January 2014 2:00 PM, PST | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

The big names in horror are often recognized by both the genre community and mainstream entertainment culture, showered with accolades by horror fans and film critics alike. Directors like John Carpenter, Tobe Hooper, and Wes Craven have secured their place in film history, but many more talented directors go largely unsung for their hard work and noteworthy contributions to the genre. To remedy that, we recently kicked off a recurring segment that gives much-needed credit to those groundbreaking horror filmmakers who aren’t always given the praise they deserve. [You can check out part one here and part two here.]   Since the first two installments proved popular, we're back with another round, and this time we present not five, but six more of our favorite underrated genre film directors.     Mike Mendez   Director of The Gravedancers and Big Ass Spider, Mendez and frequent collaborator Dave Parker (Coldwater, The Hills Run Red) helped to inspire the popular Showtime series Masters of Horror, but »

- Tyler Doupe

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