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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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Kane Hodder Joins the Cast of ’13 Fanboy’

It was just a couple of weeks ago that we announced that Friday the 13th alum Deborah Voorhees was developing a film called 13 Fanboy which...

Wesley Alley’s Short Film ‘Good Girl’ is a Disturbing Feast for the Eyes

Wesley Alley strikes again with Good Girl, a brand new short film prepared to take the festival circuit by storm. Co-written by Alley and Bradley Fowler,...

Director Bob Clark and the Most Unlikely Christmas Double Feature Ever

Born in New Orleans and raised in Birmingham, Alabama, Bob Clark's early life was one filled with poverty and uncertainty, but he had dreams...

Check Out These Awesome Horror Christmas Stockings from VooDoo Willy!

Looking for something new for your holiday set up this year? Tired of the same old red and white Christmas stockings for the kids,...

Dear Writers at The Guardian, Please Make Up Your Mind…

It has been about 16 months since The Guardian, that venerable UK publication established in 1821 published an article in which their writer, Steve Rose,...

Five Awesome Books Perfect for Spooky Holiday Gift Giving

Thanksgiving has come and gone; Cyber Monday is upon us. It's time to think about holiday gift giving. What a headache, right? Well, don't worry. If...

Five Things You (Might) Not Know About ‘The Witches’

In 1990, Nicolas Roeg's adaptation of Roald Dahl's The Witches burst onto the big screen, terrifying children and delighting their parents. It was one of...

‘Don’t Look Now’, ‘The Witches’ Director Nicolas Roeg Has Died at 90

Nicolas Roeg, the man behind the camera of genre masterpieces like Don't Look Now, has died at aged 90. By the time he sat down in the...

James Whale’s ‘Frankenstein’ is 87 Years Old Today

On November 21, 1931, Frankenstein based on the novel by Mary Shelley and directed by James Whale was released in theaters. The film came hot on...