If you are a lifelong fan of horror, then you know full well that endless sequels and remakes are just a part of the game when it comes to film. Scream, Nightmare on Elm Street, and even the high-tier classic Hitchcock flick Psycho have all had their legacies built (or eroded) by the push toward

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Creepshow’s triumphant return for Season 3 brings an amplified dose of gore, exhilarating fun, and spine-chilling monsters. This season elevates the creature features to new heights, promising an intensified thrill ride for the audience. Here at Grimoire of Horror, we have ranked our top three episodes of the season!  #1 The Last Tsubaraya   The

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The Creepshow anthology series came back with a bang for Season 2, with fresh explorations of the modern age of technology and current socio-political landscapes, along with the well-known and loved camp homage to the original Creepshow and classic horror films such as Night of the Living Dead. We at Grimoire of Horror have ranked

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Creepshow has been a cult classic since its emergence in the 1980s as a beloved film featuring shorts that display a specific charm due to their campy nature and gory stories surrounding questions of morality. The original film and subsequent TV show revival have a unique spin in that they weave aspects of comic books

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The Night Stalker

Nightmare Radio, Where Horror Stories Never End From the producers of The 100 Candles Game (2020) and The Red Book Ritual (2022),  Nightmare Radio: The Night Stalker (2023) is a collection of award-winning shorts, woven into a horrific new anthology that will command your attention from start to finish. Candy (Paula Brasca) is the edgy host

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Netflix really stepped up its Halloween game this year, launching more exclusive horror series in October 2022 than any other non-themed streaming service in North America. Horror fans have grown accustomed to building their excitement for Mike Flanagan’s annual addition after The Haunting of Hill House series aired in 2018, but this year, a new

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Dig into this slew of unique, terrifying monsters – each one hand-picked for your deplorably horrific delight. Vampires, genetically engineered animal-people, giant spiders, ghouls – and more than a handful of the absolutely worst monsters of all: the human variety – are brought to you by some of the biggest and best horror names in

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I’m sure in one way or another, everyone is at least somewhat familiar with the works of Edgar Allen Poe. From the plethora of film adaptations as well as their reference in popular culture, the author was a powerhouse of American Gothic-horror literature and a monumental influence to many creators that followed in his stead.

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The anthology film is almost as old as the industry itself. Perhaps the earliest example is D.W. Griffith’s Intolerance (1916), the director’s petulant response to wholly justified accusations of racism. Horror followed quickly, with Eerie Tales (1919) from Austrian director Richard Oswald, who is now best remembered for directing the ground-breaking gay film Different from

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An Anthology That Explores the Personal Horrors of Five Aspiring Writers  Scare Us (2022) is an anthology of five horror stories that range from great ideas that could have been done better to truly creepy cinematic excellence. It’s an odd experience for the viewer who chooses to sit through the rough spots only to find

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