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SXSW gets creepy as f@#k

Films Every Horror Junkie Must See By: DeAnna Janes Australia, you think you’re safe with your hitch-hiker killers, convict history, Port Arthur ghosts, Snowtown murders and your drop-bears? Think again. While thousands of diehards fly south to Austin for its yearly celebration of interactive talks, hipster punk band showcases, and Tex-Mex food trucks, we hit up SXSW… Keep Reading

Entertainment

Exit Netflix?

MovieSwap is ridiculously brilliant, it’s one of those ideas where you’re left wondering, why didn’t I think of it? The Kickstarter Campaign achieved its goal in less than a week and is still going strong with 30 days to go. If you wanted an alternative to Netflix because they don’t have the movie you’re looking for or your… Keep Reading

Entertainment/Interviews

A Viral Rampage

Becoming a viral sensation is the coveted Holy Grail in the cut-throat realm of marketing and communication. Millions strive for it, a handful actually succeed. Social media goes ballistic and media outlets go even crazier trying to catch a ride on the wave of success. In the lead-up to the Oscars last month, one group of… Keep Reading

Entertainment

Who’s the next to die on The Walking Dead?

Warning: If zombie annihilation isn’t part of your Monday torrent television-watching ritual just yet, beware of the spoilers below. He thought living behind those walls could work. He was wrong. With the sixth season of THE WALKING DEAD is in full swing we had to ask – is there a possibility that we’ll get to see a George R. Martin Style… Keep Reading

Entertainment

The movie that scared Stephen King

By: Jessica Ferri Horror master Stephen King had two things to to say about one of the most buzzed about movies at Sundance. “The Witch scared the hell out of me,” he tweeted. “And it’s a real movie, tense and thought-provoking as well as visceral.” It’s enough to scare Stephen King and it’s a real… Keep Reading

Entertainment

Femme Fatale: Five most bad-ass women in horror

1. LAURIE STRODE, HALLOWEEN Starring opposite a masked madman of epic proportions, Laurie (Jamie Lee Curtis) is John Carpenter’s babysitter who launched a thousand sequels. She also proved one should never underestimate what a woman can do with a knitting needle.   2. SARAH CARTER, THE DESCENT Hell hath no fury like a jilted woman… Keep Reading

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