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Netflix, which started as a simple "DVD delivery to your home" service and has grown to delivering movies straight to computer and Xbox is now about to tackle the world of web content. And they are doing it with a bang. Literally. To Corey Feldman's head. Feldman announced yesterday on his blog that not only will he be reprising his role as Edgar Frog in Lost Boys 3: The Thirst...he's also going to be starring in Netflix's first ever web series, Splatter. Not only that, he's teaming up with legendary directors Joe Dante and Roger Corman to do it. Says Feldman: "This will mark the 3rd project I have done with Joe (Dante), the first since 1989’s The Burbs. It came as a shock to me when I received a call from Roger Corman’s (Little shop of Horrors, Rock n Roll High School, Pirannah and hundreds »
- Jenni Powell
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It’s time once again for horror at the Oscars. Sunday’s festivities were filled with folks who have worked in the genre and per usual, I feel if it’s a win for Danny Boyle, it is a win for rage-zombie fans everywhere. Seems like a lot of folks this year are veterans of Exorcist: The Beginning, Amityville: A New Generation and Gremlins 2: The New Batch. Of course, the most important genre win would be Greg Cannom, a staple of 80’s horror effects; he worked on such films as Fright Night Part 2, The Lost Boys and The Howling.
Now some movies on this list might be “kinda horror.” These thrillers or genre-friendly frameworks are on the ghoulish cusp and are marked with an asterisk. Some flicks on the list are there because, what the fuck, »
- Heather Buckley
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