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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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Scream Park (2012)

I’m going to start off with a question: Does labeling your film as an “homage” or as a “throwback to 80s slasher films” give the filmmaker the right to be completely unoriginal and uninspiring? It seems for writer-director Cary Hill it does. Some filmmakers seem to use the “homage” gimmick to save their asses. To … Continue reading

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Anchor Bay Picks Up The Dead 2: India

I admit it: I wasn’t blown away by 2010′s THE DEAD. This film was getting rave reviews from both non-horror and horror fans alike. The film was written and directed by Howard J. Ford and Jonathan Ford and was filmed entirely in Africa. In the end I did recommend THE DEAD but cautiously warned people that the … Continue reading

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Daddy’s Little Girl (2012)

The ‘horror-revenge’ genre is a tough one to pull off successfully mainly because the devil is in the details. The writer of the film needs to have fleshed out characters that the viewer will care about (and hate) and the director needs to avoid the pitfalls of having his/her film fall into the realm of … Continue reading

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Call of Cthulhu (2005)

If you lived in New York City, you might be familiar with Channel 7, WABC-TV. And if you lived there in the 60s or 70s, you might remember the 4:30 Movie, when they would, well, show movies. At 4:30. Hence the name. What made them special for me was that they would often do themed … Continue reading

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Friday the 13th Reboot Eyes Director David Bruckner To Helm

We all have to accept that FRIDAY THE 13TH is getting another reboot. I guess it needs it after the horrible fucking 2009 remake. Paramount and Platinum Dunes have been talking about a reboot for a little over a year now and previously put a second FRIDAY THE !#TH film on hold. But I guess … Continue reading

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Frankenhooker (1990)

“Wanna date? Going out? Looking for some action? Horror filmmaker Frank Henenlotter is one of the few directors who has been able to capture the sleaze and depravity of the lost, bygone 42nd Street/Grindhouse era. Henenlotter is of course the director of 1982s BASKET CASE, 1988s BRAIN DAMAGE, BASKET CASE’s sequels, and 2008s criminally overlooked BAD BIOLOGY. All of … Continue reading

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Death Do Us Part Gets North American Release

The horror-thriller, DEATH DO US PART, has landed a North American DVD distribution deal. The film is written by Ryan Copple, Peter Benson, and Julia Benson, is directed by Nicholas Humphries, and stars Julia Benson, Peter Benson, Emilie Ullerup, Christine Chatelain, Kyle Cassie, and Benjamin Ayres. DEATH DO US PART will be released on DVD in the U.S. and Canada on April 15, 2014. … Continue reading

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12 Monkeys TV Show Coming to SyFy

The SyFy Channel has greenlit the TV series 12 MONKEYS, based on the Terry Gilliam movie of the same name that starred Brad Pitt and Bruce Willis. Check out the press release: SYFY GREENLIGHTS TIME TRAVEL DRAMA 12 MONKEYS TO SERIES WITH 12 EPISODE ORDER ATLAS ENTERTAINMENT, PRODUCER OF THE ORIGINAL THEATRICAL FILM, IS PRODUCING WITH UNIVERSAL … Continue reading

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From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series (2014)

The best part about having a puppy (or a child I suppose, though I bet most children don’t smell like popcorn) is that you get to introduce her to things that you love – pizza, pretzels, Doctor Who, John Carpenter – and to warn her about things she should avoid – vampire movies, mainly. Not … Continue reading

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Red-Band, NSFW Trailer Drops for Catch of the Day

It’s always great news when I open up my email and have a new NSFW red-band trailer for James Balsamo’s latest film!! Balsamo’s latest flick, CATCH OF THE DAY, promises to be just as bat-shit crazy as his previous films. CATCH OF THE DAY is written and directed by Balsamo and stars some very familiar names like Jeff … 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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