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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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AMC Releases Sneak Peek Artwork and Clip for ‘NOS4A2’

With just under three weeks until its premiere on AMC, NOS4A2 is gearing up the publicity for the series including a brand new image and...

‘Brightburn’ Releases Red-Band Extended Clip in Advance of Release

The more we see of Brightburn, the more we want to see Brightburn! Slated for release May 24, 2019, the film from Sony Pictures is written by Brian...

FX Renews ‘What We Do in the Shadows’ For a Second Season

With four episodes still remaining in the first season of What We Do in the Shadows, FX has announced that the series has been renewed...

Marvel’s ‘New Mutants’ Gets a Finalized(?) Release Date

How long have we been writing about Marvel's horror/comic book hybrid film The New Mutants? I honestly don't remember, but the film has suffered one set...

‘Hail Satan?’ is a Fascinating Look Inside The Satanic Temple

Documentary filmmaker Penny Lane has covered everything from sea monkeys to Richard Nixon in her acclaimed career. In her latest film, Hail Satan?, she trains...

Sweeney Todd-Inspired ‘The Horror of Dolores Roach’ Coming to Television

The Horror of Dolores Roach is coming to television under the banner of Blumhouse Television, but its journey began four years ago Off-Broadway as...

Hulu’s ‘All That We Destroy’ is a Sinister Take on the Depths of a Mother’s Love

All That We Destroy, the latest feature-length episode in the Blumhouse-Hulu venture Into the Dark, takes the notion of a mother's powerful and unconditional...

13 Eerie, and Sometimes Hilarious, Epitaphs on Real Tombstones

An epitaph is an interesting thing. The final words one chooses to memorialize a loved one, or even themselves as the case may be,...

Terror Tales ‘Thud’ Debuts Today

It's Friday, and that means the debut of another episode of showrunner Domonic Smith's spooky YouTube series, Terror Tales. The new episode, titled "Thud" is directed...