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the box office returns are scarier than the movies.
“Devil’s Rejects” are embraced.
Get ready to see more “Saw”; "Masters of Horror"
unite; “Evil Dead” and “F.E.A.R.” invade
“THE FOG” The weather outside is extra-frightful
for the telegenic cast of this John Carpenter remake.
“Eye 2” merits a second look; “Cup of My Blood”
“DOOM” Marines are caught between a Rock and a
horror place as the hit game explodes on the big screen.
It’s a mad mad world in “Killer 7”; an “Outbreak”
of more “Resident Evil”
RETURN OF “RETURN
OF THE LIVING DEAD” It took brains and guts to add
two back-to-back sequels to the undead franchise.
SWEET! What ghoul fan wouldn’t say “I do”
to this combo of gore and romance?
SPLATTER A gang of filmmakers-since-childhood burst onto
the international scene with “Plaga Zombie.”
THE ART OF BARKER
We have seen the future of the horror author-turned-painter,
and you’ll get a taste of it here.
BABES IN THE “WOODS”
Beautiful girls meet “Botanigore” in Lucky McKee’s
long-awaited follow-up to “May.”
TOUGH He’s out to teach audiences “A History of
Violence” they’ll never forget.
II” REDDER THAN BEFORE Wait’ll you see what we
have in our shorts this year!
“Henry”: portrait of a killer disc; “Long Weekend”
worth the trip
DEVIL “Satan’s Little Helper” tells the heartwarming
tale of a boy and his serial murderer.
“Different Kinds” are all great; “Year’s
Best Fantasy and Horror” is a matter of opinion