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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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Getting into Character with Tristan McKinnon in “Alfred J. Hemlock”

An actor's process for creating a character is fascinating, unique to themselves and molded by personal experience.  Good actors create a character that elicits...

“Alfred J. Hemlock” is a Fiendishly Clever Horror Romp

A small SUV screeches to a halt at the mouth of an alleyway.  A man jumps out of the driver's seat and circles the...

Jeffrey Reddick Talks Final Destination, Tony Todd, and Diversity in Horror Films

"Dear Mr. Reddick, Thank you for your aggressive introduction..." That was how the letter began that Jeffrey Reddick received from New Line's Bob Shaye so...

Texas Frightmare Weekend Releases List of 2017 Convention Screenings!

Texas Frightmare Weekend is just over a month away and alongside a fantastic list of guests including Ted Raimi, Freddie Highmore, and Malcom McDowell,...

Nine Chilling Horror Plays from the Golden Age of Radio

    "American Horror Story". "The Walking Dead". "The Strain".  "The Exorcist". They are magnets to horror fans, drawing us back each week during their season,...

“House on Willow Street” is a Diabolical Good Time

Fresh this week from IFC Midnight in association with The Darkside and Fat Cigar Productions brings us House on Willow Street, a solid horror...

Sedlec Ossuary: The Bone Church of the Czech Republic

Once upon a time, as all dark tales begin, King Otakar II of Bohemia sent the abbot Sedlec to the Holy Land on a diplomatic...

A Picture by A.M. Ewings is Worth a Thousand Wounds

It takes a special kind of talent to make an audience flinch with a single image.  It's an instinctive thing that you either have...

Nine Actresses Proving Horror Isn’t Just for Twenty Somethings Anymore

In a recent article on iHorror, my fellow writer Timothy Rawles discussed the evolution and dissipation of the use of nudity in the horror...