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Childhood Terrors: Meet The Stonewalkers

Posted on 01/27/15 by Keri

By Keri O’Shea As I alluded to in the introduction to our Childhood Terrors series, the bookshelf has long been (and hopefully still is) a formidable presence in children’s lives – a rich seam of ideas at the threshold of a room, teeming with characters and forces which command real power. A book is, all […]

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Childhood Terrors: Voices from the Dead…

Posted on 01/26/15 by Keri
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By Guest Contributor Helen Creighton Published in the early 1980s, The Unexplained – Mysteries of Mind, Space and Time was a magazine perfectly designed to impress the young and credulous mind. It looked grown-up and vaguely ‘scientific’, although it was the absolute opposite. It avoided crass, splashy headlines and sensationalism for lengthy, scholarly-looking articles, laden […]

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Childhood Terrors – Confessions of a Late Bloomer

Posted on 01/24/15 by Keri

By Nia Edwards-Behi I wasn’t a horror ‘fan’ as a child, per se. I certainly didn’t have anything against the genre. However, I was an avid fan of the Goosebumps series of books. More than that, I’m fairly certain that the Goosebumps series was my first contact with the horror genre. I know I read […]

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Childhood Terrors – ‘Sugar and spice and all things nice': Misty Comics and Horror for Girls (Part 1 of 2)

Posted on 01/23/15 by Keri

Welcome to Childhood Terrors!

Posted on 01/23/15 by Keri

The Colours of Horror: Bad Science and Unnatural Nasties in 80s Cinema

Posted on 01/16/15 by Keri

By Keri O’Shea Since the widespread colourisation of film replaced black and white as the go-to format for popular cinema, horror movies have frequently led the charge when it comes to the most creative use of colour palates, special FX and lighting. It’s something of a myth, a myth which persists, that horror always takes […]

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A little late, but what the hell – Tristan’s top 10 films of 2014

Posted on 01/07/15 by Ben

AS SENTIENT MEAT… a perspective on 2014

Posted on 01/01/15 by Ben

By Matt Harries I’ll begin my preamble by holding my hands up and admitting that I lag somewhat behind my cohorts on BAH when it comes to the latest horror – especially the independent variety. Perhaps because I spend so much time digging around in the musical underground, I tend to arrive upon the lesser […]

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Quin’s Top 10 of 2014

Posted on 12/31/14 by Ben

Steph on the Good, Bad and Ugly in 2014 Horror

Posted on 12/30/14 by Ben

Ben’s Top 10 Movies (and a couple left-over) of 2014

Posted on 12/30/14 by Ben

The Black Cauldron: Disney’s Forgotten Stepchild

Posted on 12/30/14 by Ben
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By Svetlana Fedotov Disney has always been a solid go-to for feel-good times and sing-a-longs about ice and snow and love or some junk. Bright-eyed princesses solving all the world’s problems with equally bright-eyed forest creatures skipping around their toes like the black plague of happiness has made the animation giant its own world power, […]

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Cults, Crooks, Creeps – and a New Mythos Here and There…Keri’s Top Ten Films of 2014 (Part 2 of 2)

Posted on 12/23/14 by Keri

Nia’s Top Ten Films of 2014

Posted on 12/23/14 by Ben

Cults, Crooks, Creeps – and A New Mythos Here and There…Keri’s Top Ten Films of 2014 (Part 1 of 2)

Posted on 12/20/14 by Keri

By Keri O’Shea It’s become customary, as we approach the end of a year, to complain about the dearth of good cinema in said year.  It’s almost a new Christmas tradition for film writers. There were no classics; there were too many lazy efforts; why do we still have to contend with all these remakes? […]

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Happy Birthday, Joe D’Amato! Three Films Make a Feature…

Posted on 12/15/14 by Keri

Terror Australis: Australia and its Cult Cinema (Part 2)

Posted on 11/26/14 by Keri

By Matt Harries Editor’s Note: for the first part of Matt’s special feature, click here. So, Australia’s Outback can inflict lethal damage on the unwary. What, though, about the most dangerous beast of all? What happens to the man who lives there, far from the reach of the western world and its focus on ease […]

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