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We’re throwing a lot of ideas at the wall these days to see what most resonates with people. I thought I’d share some cool, weird and obscure videos I’ve stumbled across lately. First up a strange BBC documentary from the 70s called Princely Toys. It focuses on a bizarre collection of highly intricate, animated 19th… Read More
Our Quick Reviews bring you great movie recommendations without the spoilers. Genre: Horror Plot: In a country house at the turn of the century lives a family of eccentrics. Anastasia, the beautiful mistress of the manor, openly enjoys the amorous attention of her stepson Blarney, causing her husband, Diapanasius, to shoot her with a shotgun. Anastasia… Read More
We learn many life lessons from watching horror films. Never split off from your group, avoid the woods, never stop at roadside motels, and do NOT under any circumstances pick up or read an ominous relic. Just don’t even touch it. When it comes to nature, horror teaches us that we should never, ever screw… Read More
Continuing Rare Horror’s tradition of lists of awesome posters, here’s our choices for (some) of our favorite horror film posters from the 60s: 1. Burn, Witch, Burn! (1962) 2. The Skull (1965) 3. The Brain That Wouldn’t Die (1968) 4. These Are the Damned (1968) 5. The Deadly Bees (1966)… Read More
Sometimes I am very leery of independent films. For every diamond I stumble across, I have to dig and pick and scrape through a lot of coal. Thanks to my new friends at Rare-Horror, I was given the opportunity to watch the indie horror/comedy film “Son of Ghostman,” and I’ll be damned if it’s not the most… Read More