13 Women in Horror Month Movies to Die For

Feb 23, 2012 No Comments

Over the last century-plus of cinema (the first known horror movie was shot in 1896 — Le Manoir Du Diable), the horror genre has evolved and revolved, broken down and built up, reused and recycled.  Ideas have been created and recreated, icons have been made and careers have been resuscitated. Like all genres of film, […]

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Christine M. Soltis: A Woman in Horror

Feb 16, 2012 1 Comment

“The Mothman is coming to get you.” From first recollection, these are the words that once haunted me.  Most would substitute the above phrase with the words, “Barbara, they’re coming to get you,” and it would have the same effect on them as this did on me.  But not I–It was the Mothman who was […]

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Women in Horror Month: Amy Henning’s Soul Reaver

Feb 08, 2012 No Comments

For all my bashing of Stephanie Meyer, I have to give the devil her sparkly due–I thought vampires were lame long before Twilight came out.  Back in 2002, I declared one drunken night to my buddy Alex, “I have an axiom.”  I said it in the voice I thought I would reserve for the day […]

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Welcome to Women in Horror Month: An Exclusive Essay by the Twisted Twins

Feb 01, 2012 No Comments

Jen and Sylvia Soska, AKA the Twisted Twins, were kind enough to pen this Ravenous Monster exclusive introducing Women in Horror Month. Please check out their website and purchase your copy of Dead Hooker in a Trunk on DVD! Read on, Fright Fans…. It’s February and with it comes something very special. No, not just that […]

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Movies that Should Be Considered Horror: The Grey Movie Review

Jan 29, 2012 2 Comments

WARNING SPOILER ALERT Liam Neeson fights for his life against a pack of bloodthirsty wolves in The Grey—the action, adventure, drama that just hit theaters this weekend. Though its officially been caste into the abovementioned genres, I think upon closer examination that it could easily be labeled as a horror film not because it was […]

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Lucky McKee: Fear and Feminism

Jan 22, 2012 No Comments

Independent films, especially in the horror genre, are a whole different ballgame than their Tinsel Town counterparts. These lower budget productions are all but completely judged on their ingenuity, shock level, and squirm factor. It should come as no surprise that independent horror has leapfrogged the Hollywood opposition over the last several years, if not […]

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Interview with Filmmaker Jason T Swinchock

Jan 15, 2012 1 Comment

It’s no secret; Amazon may soon begin to rule the world of video accessibility.  For now at least, Amazon is giving its competitors a run for their money.  Since Amazon began granting “instant video” access to subscribers last year, renting, buying or uploading movies is a simple process, completed in just a few clicks. Back […]

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Deadly Doctors Series: Doctors of the Undead

Jan 08, 2012 4 Comments

By: Sir Dr. Robert Hibbs (not a real title) Mad scientists, evil professors, sinister surgeons, psychotic psychiatrists, and murderous M.Ds. exist not just in the dark worlds of horror films but in the darkness of our own reality. Just Google medical accidents, Dr. Francis E. Sweeny for example, Nazi doctors, Angels of Death like the […]

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Ravenous Monster 2011 Year in Horror

Jan 01, 2012 No Comments

Happy New Year, Ravenous Readers!  It’s time to take a look back at all that our dark and depraved genre had to offer in 2011.  First, I’d be remiss if I didn’t point out that this past year holds the distinction of being the first full year that Ravenous Monster was up and running, having […]

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Dexter Season 6 Review

Dec 25, 2011 No Comments

Editor’s Note: Spoilers ahead! DEXTER SEASON 6 is in the books and I feel like I should be in mourning.  No, not because the hit Showtime series is built on a foundation of death, homicide in particular, but rather it seems as though last year’s fear that the show had jumped the shark has in […]

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