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Feb
2018
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I am the Pretty Thing that Lives in the House by Angel Ackerman

I am the Pretty Thing that Lives in the House Long before I am the Pretty Thing that Lives in the House, My daughter never recovered from her first viewing of The Walking Dead. In her pre-teen days, she ventured into the living room with her best brave face and gave the now iconic apocalyptic...
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18
Feb
2018
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THE LAST KNOCK presents: Five Star Horror: Female Vampires

Female Vampires Want You! Years before Bram Stoker’s iconic Dracula, Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu brought his Gothic novella, Carmilla to horror readers in 1872. Although male vamps dominated the world until Dracula’s Daughter in 1936, that sparked a hunger for audiences that ultimately resulted in the rise of female vampires in the 1960s. With the...
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14
Feb
2018
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It Stains the Sands Red by Billy Crash

We’ve all seen the same zombie film time and again: Zombies rise and humans fight to survive. Adding a twist to that hackneyed platform has been the catalyst for quality screenwriters and filmmakers. Co-writers Colin Minihan and Stuart Ortiz have achieved just that with It Stains the Sands Red. Directed by Minihan, the story features...
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11
Feb
2018
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THE LAST KNOCK presents: Macabre Milestone: Rosemary’s Baby

Rosemary’s Baby Celebrates 50 Years! Rosemary’s Baby hit theaters in 1968 to audiences who had indulged in Ira Levin’s popular book of the same name. Produced in part by schlock horror master, William Castle, he kept out of the way when it came to production, and let Roman Polanski take the reigns in his first American...
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7
Feb
2018
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Deborah Foreman: The Underrated Scream Queen by Susan Leighton

Deborah Foreman During my formative years in the 80s, it seemed like every time I turned around, Deborah Foreman was appearing in some horror movie that I liked. She was always an engaging presence, attractive in a girl next door way yet, it seems as if she never gets mentioned alongside Jamie Lee Curtis, Dee...
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4
Feb
2018
6

THE LAST KNOCK presents: Horror Double Feature: Deadgirl and The Autopsy of Jane Doe

Deadgirl and The Autopsy of Jane Doe Deadgirl and The Autopsy of Jane Doe are something special in the world of horror, especially when it comes to “Women in Horror Month.” For both films, we have a female central character that is either dead or undead. And who inspects their naked bodies? Teen boys and a...
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31
Jan
2018
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Last Girl Standing by Billy Crash

Last Girl Standing The slasher sub-genre has been old since the end of the 80s. The typical tale of a group of often obnoxious, stoned or drunk, sex-crazed college kids with one smart, semi-soiled “final girl” to survive has run its course. The hackneyed stories are comprised of killers on a mission to slice-and-dice youngsters...
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28
Jan
2018
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THE LAST KNOCK presents: Dracula

Dracula Dracula, the dark prince from Transylvania has been a fang in people’s sides since he first appeared in Bram Stoker’s novel in 1897. We explore the undead beast of the Carpathian mountain region, and uncover the myths and truths to Dracula. We’ll look at Vlad the Impaler, aka Vlad Dracul, from Wallachia to the...
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24
Jan
2018
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Top-13 Saddest Horror Films by Billy Crash

Top-13 Saddest Horror Films If the horror genre is all about doom and gloom and unhappy endings, it should come as no surprise that some films are just plain sad. Think of it as a final kick to the ribs or a twist of the knife when all’s said and done. These Top-13 Saddest Horror...
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21
Jan
2018
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THE LAST KNOCK: Greg Travis Interview

Greg Travis  The amazing Greg Travis has been called a “chameleon” of an actor, thanks to his natural born talent. Regardless of the genre, whether on stage or on screen, his presence has always been more than memorable: he’s your net correspondent of choice in Starship Troopers, the man you want to hang with in Showgirls,...
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