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  • About AnythingHorror Scott

  • Welcome everyone. I've been obsessed with horror films ever since seeing Last House on the Left (the original) & Cannibal Ferox at the tender age of 9. I would spend many Saturday afternoons alone in my basement eating up anything horror (I was a rather pasty-looking child). Now I run anythinghorror.com, the place where you can get real, honest reviews of all the horror films, novels, shorts, comics, and everything in between.

    I've recently had 2 short stories published in 2 horror anthologies & my 1st zombie novel is being published by Library of the Living Dead (should be out around Halloween 2011). I'm also working on a script of 1 of my short stories & would like to attack my 1st mash-up novel: THUS SPOKE ZARATHUSTRA as a zombie slayer.

    Stay Bloody!!!

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ABCs of Death 2 (2014)

The horror anthology is a staple in the genre and dominated the landscape in the 1960s and 1970s. Some of my favorites are 1945s DEAD OF NIGHT, 1963s BLACK SABBATH, 1965s DR. TERROR’S HOUSE OF HORRORS, 1971s THE HOUSE THAT DRIPPED BLOOD, 1972s TALES FROM THE CRYPT and ASYLUM, and 1975s TRILOGY OF TERROR, but this … Continue reading

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The Minions (2014) & Berenice (2014)

Here’s two more shorts, both directed by AnythingHorror.com fav Jeremiah Kipp, that I recently watched. Kipp has become a filmmaker I greatly respect. He dares take on material that sometimes straddles the horror genre and Kipp has a way of documenting the beauty that lies in the horrifying. The first short film, THE MINIONS, does … Continue reading

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See No Evil 2 (2014)

In 2006 the slasher film SEE NO EVIL produced by WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) and distributed by Lionsgate hit screens in the U.S. On an estimated budget of $8mil, the film opened to a meager $4.5mil and went onto to earn a worldwide gross of around $18.5mil. Not exactly a Cinderella story, but not a failure … Continue reading

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Wrong Turn 6: Last Resort (2014)

I think when it comes right down to it, everyone’s gotta have a guilty pleasure. What’s a guilty pleasure? I look at it as something we love even though we know it’s bad for us or at the very least we know it doesn’t do anything positive for us. It doesn’t matter what your guilty … Continue reading

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Cabin Fever: Patient Zero (2014)

In 2002 Eli Roth gave horror fans something to stand up and cheer about. Instead of the same tired slashers killing the same tired twenty-somethings in the same tired settings, Roth gave us a new kind of killer:  The flesh-eating disease. Still confusing to me today the horror community was split down the middle about … Continue reading

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Watch the Entire Halloween Franchise in 2 Minutes!!

Do ya love horror movies, especially around this time of year, but don’t have the time to sit and watch all your favorites? Well the good folks over at CineFix are here to help … at least with the HALLOWEEN franchise. They put together a quick, two minute little video that will have you reliving … Continue reading

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Jodorowsky’s Dune (2013)

Of all the words of tongue and pen, the saddest are these: ‘It might have been’. Except for the plans to have Shia LeBeouf take over the Indiana Jones franchise getting dropped. That’s not sad, that’s proof of a higher power forestalling the Apocalypse. Hollywood history tells of a number of films that for various … Continue reading

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American Horror Story: Freak Show (2014)

Well, tis the season – not for Christmas, that can suck on a huge candy cane and kiss my mistletoes. No, it’s October, it’s Halloween, and while we wait for the last day of the month when it’s legally allowed to dress up like a zombie version of the princess from FROZEN, we can settle … Continue reading

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Horns (2014)

Now, this is one I went into almost completely ignorant of the movie and its content. All I know was that it starred Daniel “What movie character is he famous for again?” Radcliffe, and that it was about a guy who grew horns. Something in my mind associated this with being some sort of variation … Continue reading

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Snake with a Human Tail (2014)

If you needed any proof that the indie horror scene is the future of the genre, you need not look any further than filmmaker Spencer Gray’s short film, SNAKE WITH A HUMAN TAIL. SNAKE may mark Gray’s directorial debut, but you can feel the passion and heart that went into this project. For almost the … Continue reading

  • Some of my favorite horror movies:
  • Dawn of the Dead (1978)

  • Evil Dead 2: Dead By Dawn (1987)

  • Martyrs (2008)

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