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22 November 2013 0 View comments When, 40 years ago next month, record audiences crammed into cinemas across the world to watch The Exorcist, the consequences were almost as disturbing as the film itself. Some moviegoers fainted or vomited, while
That white females, usually young, are the victims of choice among the killers and monsters that stalk the innocent in horror movies should come as absolutely no surprise to fans of the genre. But now there's quantified data, compiled in an
Halloween has come and gone, but there's still time for one last scare. So why not sit down with some of that leftover candy this weekend and watch a scary movie? We asked our Facebook followers for their favorites, and here's what they had to say...
Jack Nicholson's 'The Shining' scene is scariest movie moment, new study finds The part of Stanley Kubrick's horror flick where Nicholson proclaims "here's Johnny" made pulses jump more than any other movie scene screened. Thursday, October 31, 2013,
Posted by Moira Macdonald For this scariest of days, let's look back at the very scariest of movies. A few years ago, I surveyed P&P readers for their very scariest movie of all time, and the top five were all classics: The Shining, The Exorcist,
Yet few realize that the movie, and Peter Blatty s novel of the same name, are based on a true story. Full
Saint Louis University junior Zach Grummer-Strawn has never seen "The Exorcist," the 1973 horror film considered one of the finest examples of unadulterated cinematic terror. He's only vaguely familiar with the monthlong 1949 demon-purging ritual at
Macklemore has pulled off a hilarious prank, fooling fans, security and even reporters outside one of the rapper's concerts.
In an attempt to put an end to this debate, Japanese-owned website Rakuten's Play.com asked people to vote on which horror films they considered to be the most terrifying. They then wired a selection of viewers up to heart monitors and tracked
We asked colleagues at Star2 to write about their favourite horror films and memorable horror movie moments...A paranormal plan backfires When Paranormal Activity first came out, I thought it would be fun to get a DVD copy, switch off all the lights