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I'm Jake 21 years old! I currently live in Ottawa and I love horror movies, anime, funny sheeeeet, and metal! So follow me already geez.

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Here is the original “Wolf on Wall Street” article in Forbes for those who are interested.

How do these videos have so little views? These vids should interest any movie buff.

Stir of Echoes

Evil Dead

Pet Semetary

An American Werewolf in London

Nightmare on Elm Street &

Poltergeist


Sooooooooo who wants to come over and do some research ;)

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The Theatre Bizarre (2011) Dir. Various

oldfilmsflicker:

Happy Birthday David Keith Lynch (born January 20, 1946)

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bewarethehorrorblog:

Fede Alvarez, I could kiss you on the mouth.
The only thing that worries me is that it’s not yet rated. Listen here, MPAA, no funny business okay?

It would be impossible to give this anything lower than 18-A no amount of cutting would lower the rating without making the movie non-existent.
Still going to be terrible though, the biggest problem being that Evil Dead is supposed to be an evolution in horror, showing its audience something never seen before. This can be seen when they tear the “Hills Have Eyes” poster in half in the cellar. A remake betrays that sentiment and shows why this is a bad idea because it can not be an evolution in horror it was already done. You don’t use Evil Dead as push-off point for your directorial debut (for a full length film) because Sam Raimi already did it.

bewarethehorrorblog:

Fede Alvarez, I could kiss you on the mouth.

The only thing that worries me is that it’s not yet rated. Listen here, MPAA, no funny business okay?

It would be impossible to give this anything lower than 18-A no amount of cutting would lower the rating without making the movie non-existent.

Still going to be terrible though, the biggest problem being that Evil Dead is supposed to be an evolution in horror, showing its audience something never seen before. This can be seen when they tear the “Hills Have Eyes” poster in half in the cellar. A remake betrays that sentiment and shows why this is a bad idea because it can not be an evolution in horror it was already done. You don’t use Evil Dead as push-off point for your directorial debut (for a full length film) because Sam Raimi already did it.

bewarethehorrorblog:

Since it’s New years eve, here’s my favourite Horror films of 2012.

I also made a list of the worst, for those interested. I felt kinda guilty putting V/H/S on there but it was just so disappointing to me.

Shouldn’t feel guilty about that vhs was horrid I wanna see the Tall Man now!

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ohthehorrorgifs:

Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984)

ohthehorrorgifs:

Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984)