Why the 1980s Is the Best Decade for Horror

Why the 1980s Is the Best Decade for Horror

Why the politics, special effects, music and themes of horror movies in the 1980s make for the best decade in the history of the genre. Article by James Harris.

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CGI Vs Animatronics

CGI Vs Animatronics

In 2020, the debate surrounding the use of CGI versus the use of Animatronics is more divisive than ever. o which is better? Louis B Scheuer explores.

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Once More with Feeling: 10 More of the Best Remakes

Once More with Feeling: 10 More of the Best Remakes

10 of the very best film remakes in the history of cinema, from the Spaghetti Westerns of the 60s to recent horrors, curated and analysed by Sam Sewell-Peterson.

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The Thing (1982) Review

The Thing (1982) Review

John Carpenter’s The Thing is a suspense-riddled, snow-covered sci-fi horror and Kurt Russell is the fiery cherry on top of a perfectly-iced paranoia cake.

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Why Are We Still Scared of Horror Movies?

Why Are We Still Scared of Horror Movies?

How have horror movies changed to keep us squirming in our seats and seeking the thrill time and time again? Beth Sawdon investigates in this special feature.

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30 Greatest Universal Films

30 Greatest Universal Films

During the month of September we counted down the 30 Greatest Universal Studios films. Here is the final list.

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