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Angela DiLella

Despite being told regularly during her MFA program that she needed to calm down about commas, Angela shows no signs of calming down about them, ever.

‘Pet Sematary’ Remake Finds its Directors

Stephen King has been on fire this year. He's had movies and TV series based on his books coming out or at least being announced left and right, and it seems as though the Pet Sematary remake is finally making some headway, too.
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Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns DLC Release Date Announced

XSeed has announced that Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns' DLC will be available for North American players on the Nintendo eShop starting November 9. The...

Natsume Hosts Harvest Moon Twentieth Anniversary Drawing Contest

We recently heard about Harvest Moon: Light of Hope's Steam release, which has come just in time for the Harvest Moon series' twentieth anniversary. That's not the only way Natsume is celebrating the anniversary; however, they are also hosting a drawing contest.

Harvest Moon: Light of Hope Steam Trailer Released

Harvest Moon fans, the wait is over: there will finally be a Harvest Moon game on PC! 

GameCube Controller Support for Switch Discovered

That's right: GameCube controllers are now compatible with the Nintendo Switch. Although there has not been an official announcement yet, fans have discovered that the latest Switch update has made it possible to use GameCube controllers with the Switch, via the WiiU GameCube controller adapter.

DIY Twilight Zone Halloween Marathon

"You unlock this door with the key of imagination. Beyond it is another dimension--a dimension of sound, a dimension of sight, a dimension of mind. You're moving into a land of both shadow and substance, of things and ideas. You've just crossed over into The Twilight Zone."

‘The Predator’ Motion Poster Shocks Fans

At the Brand Licensing Expo in London earlier this month, a poster for The Predator (2018) was spotted at Fox's display stand. Over the weekend, the motion poster was released on the official Predator app, and promptly uploaded to Youtube by fans.

Legoland to be Built in Goshen, New York

North Easters, rejoice: we're finally getting our own, easily-accessible Legoland theme park.

Frankenstein: The First 200 Years to Hit Bookshelves by Halloween

Frankenstein: The First 200 Years by Christopher Frayling will celebrate Mary Shelley’s classic story which, in January 2018, will turn 200.
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XSeed Promises Official Release Date for Story of Seasons: Trio of...

Two days ago, XSeed stirred its Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns fans up with a tweet that read " Of Sorts! The final chks...

Sometimes Read is Better: Horror Text to Horror Film

It happens. Sometimes movies are based on hit books or stories. Sometimes the movie can hold its own, or even outshine the original text,...

The Full-Length Trailer for My Friend Dahmer is Here

Less than a month before its release date, a full-length trailer for My Friend Dahmer has been released. The full-length trailer makes use of some of the...

Beetlejuice 2 Moves Ahead With New Writer

After 29 years, a tangible sequel to Beetlejuice is finally in sight: It has just been announced that Mike Vukadinovich (Rememory) will be rewriting the Beetlejuice 2 script for Warner Brothers. This project has been on and off since the first Beetlejuice became a huge success in 1988.

The Predator’s First Promotional Art Revealed

For a sequel to a classic eighties film, The Predator has stayed strangely below the radar. There has not been a lot of news since filming wrapped in June, until now.

Classic Horror: Double Features for the Uninitiated

It can be difficult to get into “classic” horror movies.  Often the wide spectrum of what is “horror” is misleading, as older horror movies don’t pack the same punches that they had in the teens, the twenties, and the thirties. Tastes have changed, censorship laws have changed, and public acceptance has changed. Imagine an audience today demanding a film be banned because the set design was too angular and strange, or because there were Siamese twins in the cast.

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