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Waylon Jordan

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Waylon Jordan is a lifelong fan of genre fiction and film especially those with a supernatural element. He firmly believes that horror reflects collective fears of society and can be used as a tool for social change.
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Jamie Lee Curtis Joins the Game Grumps for a Little ‘Super Mario Party’

You just never know where scream queen Jamie Lee Curtis will turn up next. Movies, documentaries, maybe even a television series by Ryan Murphy? The...

Interview: Edward Bluemel of ‘A Discovery of Witches’ [SPOILERS]

A Discovery of Witches, the hit series from SkyTV that has been exclusively streaming on Shudder and Sundance Now, will make its debut on...

Netflix Teases New Season of ‘Lucifer’

Get ready, Lucifer fans. Netflix has dropped a teaser for the fourth season of the series! The show, which began on Fox, was picked up by...

Editorial: No, Jordan Peele Isn’t a Racist for Not Wanting to Cast White Leads

In a recent speaking engagement with the Upright Citizens Brigade, writer/director Jordan Peele, while addressing a group of students, was quoted as saying, "I...

Netflix Renews ‘The Umbrella Academy’ for Second Season

Netflix's The Umbrella Academy, based on the Dark Horse comics written by Gerard Way of My Chemical Romance and illustrated by Gabriel Ba, has been...

Evan Peters Confirms He Will Not Appear in Season 9 of ‘American Horror Story’

Series regular Evan Peters confirmed at WonderCon that he will sit out this season of American Horror Story. The actor, who has appeared in all...

Netflix Sets Release Date, Drops New Trailer for Ted Bundy Biopic Starring Zac Efron

Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile, the new biopic about serial killer Ted Bundy starring Zac Efron will finally be released in select theaters...

9 of the Best Damn Jump Scares Ever

Want to set off a whole room of "horror fans" without a lot of effort? I've got two words for you: jump scares. For some...

Recap and Review: ‘Twilight Zone’ Puts a New Twist on ‘Nightmare At 30,000 Feet’ [SPOILERS]

It may be the most iconic episode of the original series The Twilight Zone. It was called "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet" back then, and William...