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 Marzy Hart
Marzy Hart
Got a hankering for a little bloody humor? Then, you’ll probably want to check out the original web series, “SLICE.”

Created and directed door Daniel Ferry, this horror meets dark comedy crossover stars Marzy Hart as a woman who can’t quench her thirst to kill. Marzy also produced the 7 episodes that make up the first season.

“SLICE” recently screened at Vancouver WebFest, earning a ‘Best Horror’ nomination, and will be heading to HollyWeb Fest as an ‘Official Selection’ later this month.

I recently caught up with Marzy Hart to find out meer about “SLICE.”


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posted by victoriaprother
Carnival of Souls is a low budget horror movie released initially in 1962 and directed door Herk Harvey. (Who also stars)
Mary Henry (Candace Hilligoss) is the sole survivor of a fatal car accident following a drag race.
After the crash, Mary leaves town and takes a job as a church organist, but her new start is plagued door visions of a ghoulish man (Herk Harvey). As her creepy visions intensify, Mary finds herself drawn to an oddly alluring, deserted carnival. The surreal setting and imagery that ensues within the carnival is nightmarish and memorable, reminiscent of many great horror movies.
Overall, Carnival of Souls is a stylish, eerie, effective and chilling horror film that has earned a devoted cult following.
 Devin Sidell
Devin Sidell
If u like to be spooked, then you’re going to shiver with excitement over the new scripted podcast series “Video Palace.”

The 10-episode series marks a first from Shudder, AMC Networks' premium streaming service for thriller, suspense and horror, and it’s well-worth the cheap membership price tag.

“Video Palace” is described as the story of video collector Mark Cambria who after watching a recently acquired VHS tape, begins talking in his sleep in a mysterious language. Mark and his girlfriend Tamra set out to investigate the tape's origin and find themselves caught up in a web...
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So I wanted to make this quick-ish artikel about how the fan of the maand thing works. Who knows, maybe some of u who didn't want to participate before may want to now! These things are usually done in meer active spots like spots for couples of populair tv shows, but this spot is NOT really that active and that's why I wanted to do this contest thing. I want to encourage meer activity! So here's just a general veelgestelde vragen about FOTM! I hope u participate!



How is the FOTM determined?
A pick will be made (by me) with usernames of the people who have participated within this spot in the last month....
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posted by EllentheStrange
 The Last Exorcism Movie Poster #1
The Last Exorcism Movie Poster #1
I enjoyed the movie very much.It was creepy and scary and made me stay up half the night.It made u think about the Devil and God and all of that stuff.As u may of may not know it was mockumentary horror film.It is not real footage,it is only a tease.It was made to look like real footage though.
So for thoughs of u who are to scared to see it,here is the plot:

Reverend Cotton Marcus (Patrick Fabian) lives in Baton Rouge, Louisiana with his wife and son. Raised as an evangelical pastor door his father, he has been accustomed to performing exorcisms on "possessed" individuals. However, his faith...
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posted by PoooBoo
 Here's Johnny!
Here's Johnny!
1. Parents just don't understand: Yes, no matter how crazy of odd the behavior of their children becomes, these horror parents just refuse to care, say, of do anything about it. In severe cases the statement "He/she must be on drugs!" is often spoken.

2. We travel in packs! Whether monster of slasher, the fodder must consist of a group no smaller than six members of either friends, family, of tourists. Another characteristic of this cliche is that the members must consist of all ranges of gender, race, and stereotypes.

3. Arise ye Baddie! Our beloved baddie has just had a bridge collapse on him...
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 An example of a black-eyed demon
An example of a black-eyed demon
This artikel is a guide for all young hunters who want to learn how to handle some of the world’s most dangerous supernatural creatures- the demons. Please take advantage of some of the tips and suggestions outlined in this text. It could save your life.*

First, the basics. How can u recognize a demon? Demons can be recognized door looking at their eye color when they get angry. Most demons have black eyes and wreak havoc either for fun of as part of the orders they receive from higher-ranking demons. Red-eyed crossroads demons make deals, giving people whatever they want in return for their...
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Hello everyone, I thought I'd do a lijst of my favoriete horror movies. There may be some that should be there like The Conjuring 2 of The Woman in Black but there won't be because I have not seen them yet. There are about 20 films listed here that are my favorieten and it's in no particular order. I should also mention when I put 14A of 18A, that is the Canadian movie ratings, as I am from Canada that is what I use. I hope that cleared up a bit.

20. Ginger Snaps 2000 18A Starring Emily Perkins, Katharine Isabelle, Kris Lemche
 Ginger Snaps
Ginger Snaps


This is such a great movie. I haven't seen it in a...
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posted by saeraghunanan
I am not a huge fan of horror films, however I would zoek on YouTube to see trailers of the latest horror films of if I can able to watch a whole film.

I do like the works of Tim Burton, and Alfred Hitchcock as I can cope to watch one of their works without feeling uneasy at night, despite its only a film which sometimes would be based on true facts of true stories.


There are so many horror films that I have not heard of, but there are a few that I have heard of seen on the TV/ social media as trailers.

I rather have someone with me to watch a full horror film but like I zei before, I will not able to be comfortable at night when sleeping in bed.
posted by -sapherequeen-
Hi, some of u may know me as sapherequeen, but I had to create a new account for myself.
u see, 2 days geleden I changed my paswoord to something I do not remember at all, so the volgende dag when I had to sign in, I couldn't. Fanpop did send me a temporary password, but the emai address that receives this paswoord was deleted a long time ago. So I basically had no other choice but to create a new account.
I know this is totally random, but I just wanted to let people know why my screenname may seem a little different when I start putting meer contributions here.
Well, that's all :)

Sincerely,
Ciera aka sapherequeen
posted by wifeofjason
 Pennywise from IT
Pennywise from IT
Being the horror researcher that I am, I decided to compile a lijst of films featuring killer clowns. There's probably some here that you've never heard of before. A few of them are good (You'll already know which ones), but most, not so much.

Not listed in any particular order, except for the first few being the meer familiar ones.

0. Poltergeist (1982)

1. Stephen King's It (1990)

2. Clownhouse (1990)

3. Killer Klowns From Outer Space (1988)

4. Drive Thru (2008)

5. Amusement (2009)

6. Gacy (2002)

7. House of 1,000 Corpses (2003)

8. The Clown at Midnight (1998)

9. Dead Clowns (2008)

10. 100 Tears (2008)...
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posted by hitman11
There's good news and there's bad news for horror fans today, folks. The bad news is that Rob Zombie has signed to write and direct H2, the sequel to his godawful remake of Halloween.

The good news is... erm. Erm. We'll get back to u on that one.

Zombie has long zei that he would never make a sequel to his 2007 film, which spent meer time on the origin of stalker and slasher extraordinaire Michael Myers than it did on the actual stalking and slashing, despite the fact that it grossed a nice, sequel-friendly $78 million worldwide.
posted by sapherequeen
Hi again,

I thought the slasher-thing may be a little hard (it was for me, but if everyone else did alright with it, that's good). So I decided to try horror films in general, cause it's a bit easier. Lol. Ok, here's my list...

A - Alien
B - The Bad Seed
C - Child's Play
D - The Descent
E - The Exterminator
F - Friday the 13th
G - Gingerbread Man
H - Halloween
I - In Hell
J - Ju-On
K - Killjoy
L - Lake Dead
M - May
N - Night of the Living Dead
O - Orphan
P - Pet Sematary
Q - Queen of the Damned
R - Rosemary's Baby
S - The Stepfather
T - Tomie
U - The Ugly
V - Vacancy
W - When a Stranger Calls
X - Black Xmas (It's all I could think of..X) )
Y - Young Frankenstein
Z - Zombie Planet
Chapter 1:

"...I am standing in front of Haddonfield Correctional Hospital were local resident Laurie Strode is being kept under strict surveillance. It has been recently discovered that Strode is actually Angel Myers, sister to notorious killer Micahel Myers. For the past year, Strode has been at this hospital after the events of last Halloween when Myers took Strode hostage after brutally killing her best friend and daughter of Chief of Police, Annie..."

The televisie screen turned black as it was turned off, leaving the large living room in darkness.

"Hey, I was watching that!" 20-year-old...
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posted by jlhfan624
WARNING: Beware that this coming artikel WILL have some pretty grisly/gory images. This IS the horror films spot after all! If u do not like looking at these things, please DON'T. I don't want to be responsible for your nightmares &/or being sick. :)


Now, as for the origin of this artikel - well, I just wanted to try something new in this spot. I was coming up with nothing for picks, and that's usually my strong suit so I decided to try for an artikel instead and came up with this. Most of all, I hope everyone gets some kind of entertainment out of this. I had fun thinking of things to...
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posted by jlhfan624
Jigsaw is an American horror film directed door Michael and Peter Spierig and starring Tobin Bell, Laura Vandervoort, Matt Passmore, Callum Keith Rennie, Clé Bennett, and Hannah Emily Anderson. It is the eighth installment in the Saw franchise, picking up over a decade after the death of the eponymous Jigsaw killer during the police investigation of a new succession of murders that fit his modus operandi.

This review will contain NO spoilers for Jigsaw but might for Saw 1-7.

For those unaware the Saw series is about John Kramer, also called the "Jigsaw Killer" of simply "Jigsaw". Rather than...
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Are u ready for halloween days?
Now, It's time to decorate your bathroom to welcome HALLOWEEN.
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 Saw 6!
Saw 6!
It's so very exciting that I'm the fan of the month! Thanks all u guys and thanks Helen-Lover for the questions! :D

The Questions:

1. Whats u ALL time favoriete Horror movie
Oh man! That is one of the toughest vragen I can be asked these days! I cannot have just one, so some that might be my absolute favoriete are The Uninvited, The Skeleton Key, The Others of Feast. I see so many films that it is very hard to choose! :)


2. Whats your favoriete character from a horror movie & what is the movie the character is from?
Slashers and villains aside, my favoriete character might be Hot Wheels...
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 Death by.. escalator?
Death by.. escalator?
Death. Death death death death death death. That's what you'll get if u go and see the new, and fourth in the series, Final Destination. I've been a pretty big fan of the other films for a while, and so when I heard about this movie I thought it would be fun. And it was. Blood, bad acting, and meer death is about all u get in this flick though.

So the story goes, A kid named Nick and his vrienden are at a racetrack when a car spins out of control and everything goes to hell. Pretty much everyone dies, and then Nick comes back to reality to see that it was just a vision. They
leave, everyone...
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posted by bendaimmortal
I originally geplaatst this on IMDB's board for "Pet Sematary".

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The kind that includes utterly disturbing and dark themes and afbeeldingen such as Stephen King's "Pet Sematary" of Wes Craven's "Nightmare on Elm Street". And door children I now mean people between ages 3-12. (I suppose 2-year olds would be too young to have any attention span to watch a movie.)

Yes, I know that young children do not necessarely get serious psychological issues from watching whatever horror, some may not even get nightmares. And I know children love horror. But there are so many possibilities in the genre that it...
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