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  • schlock-luster-video
    19.06.2021 - 13 minutes ago

    Today in horror / thriller film history: on June 19, 1974 Hatchet for the Honeymoon debuted to a limited release in France.

    Here's some art to mark the occasion!

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  • theparanormalperiodical
    19.06.2021 - 14 minutes ago

    The 7 Best Summer Horror Films You NEED To Watch Next Weekend Feat. Trailers And Where To Watch

    It’s 25 degrees.

    A hot, humid storm is preparing to roll through Kent.

    The first drops of rain have already begun to fall.

    Yes - it’s the perfect night to grab a chilled can o’ Pimms, order in a Nandos and scroll through Netflix.

    But what to watch?

    A cheesy American teen drama? A couple episodes of a cynical British sitcom?

    No. It’s the perfect night for a horror film. A summer horror film.

    The kind where a bunch of kids stake out in a cabin and get chased off by some serial killer. The kind where the hot sun illuminates the face of the final victim of the cult as the axe sweeps through their torso.


    In honour of the 3 days a year the UK gets warmer than 17 degrees, I’ve compiled the top 7 scariest and summeriest (who needs words when you can make them up?) horror films to get you vibin’ for yet another strange, secluded season.

    Let’s do it.

    Midsommar (2019)

    Ok, so you probably won’t be heading to a festival this summer.

    Why not immerse yourself in a fucked-up, flower-crown fest chock full of pagan-esque rituals?

    After the tragic death of Dani’s parents and sister, she tags along with her boyfriend to a mysterious Swedish summer festival.

    There’s hallucinogenic drugs, there’s ceremonial suicides, and there’s a lot of blood.

    But, like, the aesthetic is everything.


    You can rent it for £3.49 on Amazon Prime.

    I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997)

    Okay, fine, I cheated with this one.

    We now head to the 90s with a classic slasher complete with Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Fred from Scooby Doo, and a handful of other throwback faces.

    After a beach booze-up on the Fourth of July, a team of high school grads run over a random pedestrian.

    (PSA: don’t get drunk on the f*cking beach. Cause we all know someone’s gonna go skinnydipping and probably not come back. Don’t do it. I’m being serious.)

    After realising he’s dead, they get rid of the evidence. Or do they?


    You can rent it for £2.49 on Amazon Prime.

    The Hills Have Eyes (2006)

    No road trip would be complete without getting hounded by a clan of cannibals, would it? But hey, it’s set in sunny New Mexico, so the vibe is right.

    You have a choice between the original 1977 version or the 2006 take on this allegedly true story.


    You can watch it for £3.49 on Amazon Prime.

    (Prime is apparently killing it, right now.)

    The Shallows (2016)

    So, you’ve nearly gotten killed on a caravan holiday with your famalam.

    Question is, will you survive the day at the beach?

    This film captures everyone’s worst nightmare when it comes to deep or tropical waters: encountering a great white mid-paddleboard.


    You can rent it for £2.49 on Amazon Prime.

    (Still killing it.)

    Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark (2019)

    Okay, fine, this film is set during Autumn. On Halloween, to be exact.

    But those dying embers of summer when rubbed together with faithful urban legends evokes memories of all our teenage years. Including the bigots, the bullies, and the beasts in-tow.


    You can watch it on Netflix.

    Jaws (1975)

    This is undeniably a cinematic classic. Crammed full of quotable lines and social conflict (enough to make an English teacher orgasm), it should always be on your must-watch movie list.

    But the events of this film bubble around the summertime hotspot known as Amity, a friendly town where tourists flock to get their Fourth-of-July on at the beach.

    And hey, why can’t a shark get in on this seasonal fun, too?


    You can watch it on Netflix.

    IT (2017)

    When I think summer, I think school.

    Or rather, the lack of it.

    You can’t beat the feeling of striding out into the sun with the final bell behind you and running home just so you can throw your school bag into the back of your closet.

    (Yep, just there, next to those funny feelings you had while watching Bridget Jones.)

    This is what’s so great about IT.

    We see a gaggle of misfits in the blaring Derry heat take on a local legend and face up to the individual challenges they face within themselves.

    All to a sickenin’ 80s soundtrack.


    You can rent it for £1.99 on Amazon Prime.

    Which one will you be watching tonight?

    If you want to hear somethin’ new about horror or the paranormal every weekend, make sure you let me know with a like and a reblog.

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  • sunnydunnydays
    19.06.2021 - 16 minutes ago


    im going to the movies tonight yes the movies, i have done nothing this whole panoramic and now im full vax and gonna sit in a theater, i could cry i am so excited

    #personal #sorry im just #its fully hitting me that im going to do something for fun?? outside?? #what a concept #it is a horror movie so i will be screaming but #im still all about it
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  • itsliterallysophie
    19.06.2021 - 20 minutes ago

    Just finished watching Crimson Peak and now everything in my room looks like a demon

    #crimson peak #why am i like this #seriously#why #help me i’m lonely and afraid #horror movies#tom hiddleston #it was a fantastic movie #I’m just not so good with horror #especially when I’m overtired #and not entirely sober #my brain sees bs all the time #ghosts are everywhere #might rewatch avengers to cope
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  • germ77
    19.06.2021 - 26 minutes ago

    Check out my #unboxing video for Loot Fright's "Depths of Despair" mystery box. Please like, share, and comment.


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  • orzigan
    19.06.2021 - 26 minutes ago
    #Art The Clown #David Howard Thornton #Terrifier#Horror#Horror Movie#Horror Film#Horroredit#Creepy#Scary#Horror Clown #Black and White
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  • eumergulhei
    19.06.2021 - 46 minutes ago

    forever halloween 🎃

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  • twinnedpeaks
    19.06.2021 - 55 minutes ago
    #theres also this old danish horror movie with that dude from game of thrones #but i cant remember wtf its called
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  • maekar76
    19.06.2021 - 1 hour ago

    Child’s Play, 1988

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  • hesawifebeaterdanusethegun
    19.06.2021 - 1 hour ago

    Okay so, I'm assuming most of y'all who follow this blog are fans of schlocky cheese filled horror, so I need to share something with you.

    Full Moon Features has a streaming service, and it has a ton of super amazing terrible movies! But anyway, I got a year's subscription and there's this special deal rn where you get any 10 Full Moon Blu ray movies free with it.

    Guys. I got $150 worth of movies for $65 and a streaming service of dorky horror movies for a year.

    It's an awesome deal and I thought you guys would appreciate it.

    #i swear I'm not shilling i just really loce sharing my passion for these movies with people who appreciate them #full moon#cult horror#lurking fear#doctor mordrid#jeffrey combs
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  • shakespearenews
    19.06.2021 - 1 hour ago
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  • horrorseason
    19.06.2021 - 1 hour ago

    Blade II (2002)

    #Blade#Blade II#Blade movies #guillermo del toro #horrorseasongif#horroredit#*#body horror#anatomy #I usually don't make b&w gifs
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  • vilethot
    19.06.2021 - 1 hour ago
    #asks#AHSJMAAKM#Kausar❤️ #I’ve been watching horror movies with my sister today #we’ll get ours tomorrow 😈
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  • ylove-bandaesthetics
    19.06.2021 - 1 hour ago

    Bands & Horror! 🔪

    Aimee Interrupter + Ellen Ripley! 🔫👽

    “You know, Burke, I don't know which species is worse. You don't see them fucking each other over for a goddamn percentage.”

    #requested by anon #horror movies are the shit #aimee allen#aimee interrupter#the interrupters #aimee interrupter moodboard #aimee interrupter aesthetic #ellen ripley #ellen ripley moodboard #ellen ripley aesthetic #moodboard#aesthetic#horror aesthetic#alien 1979
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  • lucifersnymphet
    19.06.2021 - 1 hour ago

    I'm sick of not living & breathing my horror life right now. I should be watching giallo & other foreign B horror trash every. single. night.

    #just looking through my fave tag and its 90% movies and most of the movies are giallo and american/foreign horror #obviously my life is lacking the B spoops #giallo isn't even B to me though tbh I love giallo more than regular horror so I rate it all like AAA #but anyway lmao #I MISS HORROR EVERY WEEKEND AND DRUNK NIGHTS SPENT WITH LUCIO FULCI #bah#slag thoughts
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  • cluelesslesbian
    19.06.2021 - 2 hours ago
    #also i will admit- i got the weirdest urge to draw that while?? watching cruella??????? #like i was gonna draw the horror movie hc thing at SOME point I just.. didn't expect it to happen while I was watching movies at 1am 💀 #ask#blamblambitch
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  • talesfromthecrypts
    19.06.2021 - 2 hours ago

    You’d be surprised what the human brain can edit out when it can’t handle the truth.

    Censor (2021) dir. Prano Bailey-Bond

    #censor#filmedit#horroredit#mikaeled#myedits#mygifs #women in horror at all times #saw this movie at sundance (at home) and it slapped
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  • gbhbl
    19.06.2021 - 2 hours ago

    Horror Movie Review: The Brood (1979)

    It’s got cult classic status and it is well deserved. A movie that makes you think while still allowing you to enjoy Cronenberg’s shocking take on graphic horror.

    Considered a cult classic for all the right reasons, 1979’s The Brood is a captivating psychological body horror written and directed by David Cronenberg. It stars Oliver Reed, Samantha Eggar, and Art Hindle. The latter plays Frank Carveth, a man struggling with the collapse of his marriage. As well as the subsequent isolation of his wife, Nola at a controversial psychological institute and the…

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