Paddington Bear gets a horror movie makeover!

Rachel Oakley Contributor

By Rachel Oakley in New Illustration on Friday 1 August 2014

Whether you like it or not, Paddington Bear is being made into a CGI blockbuster movie and will be released later this year. In honor of the movie’s upcoming release, a new (and quite awesome) Tumblr account has documented Paddington Bear in all the creepiness we knew was always in him!

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Star charts: Now starring horror and science fiction flicks

Low Lai Chow Contributor

By Low Lai Chow in New Film on Monday 7 July 2014

You’d think these Hollywood star charts from last year would have been done and done, but the cool cats from creative collective Dorothy have added two new babies to the collection: the Horror Star Chart and the Science Fiction Star Chart that celebrate these two glorious film genres. Like the Hollywood ones, these maps inspired […]

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New footage from Korean horror flick The Host 2

Low Lai Chow Contributor

By Low Lai Chow in New Film on Wednesday 19 December 2012

When we watched Korean horror flick The Host a few years ago, it scared the shit out of us. The sequel is now out, and while the footage we’ve seen via Twitch Film about a dad and his kids getting intercepted by a beast on the road is fairly frightening, we’re intrigued by the behind-the-scenes […]

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Behind the scenes photos from horror movies

The Flying Dutchman Reader Find

By The Flying Dutchman in Cool Websites on Thursday 13 December 2012

For many of us, it may be normalizing to see characters that terrified us throughout our childhood breaking the fourth wall, but I reckon Pennywise pitifully chilling on the stoop is enough to keep me away from front porches for a while (the same way I don’t ever go near sidewalk drains …)

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The Signal

Xavier Toby Reader Find

By Xavier Toby in New Film on Thursday 26 February 2009

Who wouldn’t want to see a scene where a dismembered head is re-animated using electricity, then smokes a cigarette? It’s awesome, and belongs to an hilarious middle section of this film, which is done in three parts, each with a different director. The other sections are still gripping, the conclusion especially full of tension and is one of the best I’ve seen for a horror film.

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Gerry Mak Reader Find

By Gerry Mak in New Film on Wednesday 5 November 2008

Dario Argento’s 1982 film Tenebre isn’t a typical Argento film. Shot in icy, pastel colors, the film remains rather subdued throughout, saving the real over-the-top craziness for the very end, which is worth waiting through the ridiculous twists and improbable plot for. The soundtrack by ex-Goblin members is also worth checking out.

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Xavier Toby Reader Find

By Xavier Toby in New Film on Wednesday 13 August 2008

For those interested in filmmaking, Gruesome is a fine example of what can be done on a very low budget with an excellent idea. The film labours at times under a barrage of horror film clichés and painful dialogue, but these oddly add to the dreamlike feel.

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