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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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Lin Shaye, Michael Welch Shine in ‘The Final Wish’

Last night The Final Wish, a new film from director Timothy Woodward, Jr. (Gangster Land) had a special one night only screening via Fathom Events...

Horror in Black and White: ‘Strait-Jacket’ (1964)

Welcome back to another edition of Horror in Black and White! This week, we tackle the absolutely bonkers William Castle classic, Strait-Jacket!

Nic Cage will Re-Team with ‘Mandy’ Producer on ‘Color Out of Space’

Love it or hate it, last year's revenge thriller Mandy was, for a moment, the movie that everyone was talking about, and...

‘Dark Shadows’ Documentary Coming Soon from MPI Media Group

Master of Dark Shadows, a new feature-length documentary about legendary Gothic daytime series Dark Shadows, has been completed according to ComingSoon. Narrated by...

David Gordon Green’s ‘Halloween’ Out on Blu-Ray and DVD Today!

The moment has finally arrived. Halloween, co-written by David Gordon Green, Danny McBride, and Jeff Fradley with Green directing, is out on...

Interview: Nick Castle on His Return to Haddonfield in ‘Halloween’ 2018

Forty years ago Nick Castle stumbled into portraying one of the most iconic killers in horror history when he donned the pale...

‘A Discovery of Witches’ is a Timely, Genre-Blending Feast for the Senses

It begins with absence and desire. It begins with blood and fear. It begins with a discovery of witches... If you are a fan of Deborah Harkness's All Souls Trilogy then you know those words well. If not, you...

‘Final Destination’ Reboot in the Works at New Line

It has been eight years since the last installment of Final Destination graced the big screen, but Death can only be patient for...

Horror in Black and White: ‘The Cat and the Canary’ (1927)

Welcome back to another entry in "Horror in Black and White," a weekly series celebrating the monochromatic horror that shaped the genre...