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It’s not hard to imagine that the release of Goosebumps will inspire kids to seek out more fun horror films to watch. Rather than let them jump straight into Nightmare on Elm Street territory, try some of these beloved films instead.

The Witches (1990)

Not only does this bizarre movie feature evil witches that desperately want to kill children, it… Continue reading Scary Movies to Show Your Kids

Even in the best of lighting conditions and the happiest of circumstances, dolls are still pretty dang creepy. Cast a few shadows on them, change the music, maybe throw some lightning outside the window and they can become downright terrifying. That’s why creepy dolls are such a go-to in horror movies. You barely have to do anything to make them scary.

But… Continue reading 'The Boy' Trailer Looks To Drop the Mic On Creepy Doll Movies

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:

Fake Musicals of the Day:

Watch Nathan Lane, Rachel Bloom and James Corden in “inappropriate” musicals based on The Terminator, The Exorcist and Se7en:

Fan Art of the Day:

Speaking of The Exorcist, that’s one of the horror movies artists have Photoshopped Donald Trump into as part of a new… Continue reading Today in Movie Culture: 'Se7en' the Musical, Donald Trump Inserted Into Horror Movies and More

Do you like to stream movies for free online? You can find plenty of them on YouTube, though not all are legitimate. Fortunately for those of us wishing to respect copyrights, Paramount has a channel featuring tons of its titles in full at no cost.

The Paramount Vault, as this new channel is called, has been tested for a few months now… Continue reading Paramount Launches a YouTube Vault Where You Can Watch Great Movies For Free

New Indie:

The revelation that older audiences have become a reliable movie-going demographic means that it’s become easier to build big-screen vehicles around the likes of Helen Mirren and Lily Tomlin. Add to that list one of my favorite, underutilized actresses: the great Blythe Danner, who’s front and center in the charming love story I’ll See You in My Dreams (Universal Pictures Home… Continue reading DVD Obscura: The New Indie and International Movies You Need to Watch