Rate This Movie SYNOPSIS: Based on the centuries old poem, a family moves into a secluded mansion where they soon find themselves being targeted by an entity taking the form of a giant spider. REVIEW: Have I expressed my dislike of spiders before? I really don’t like them. Not phobic, but I don’t trust them
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Shudder is now streaming the premier episode of the 2019 reboot of Creepshow. The first episode contains two stories, Gray Matter & The House of the Head. Gray Matter is based on a short story from Stephen King’s Night Shift.  Tobin Bell, Ginacarlo Esposito, and Adrienne Barbeau star in this segment.  Gary Matter is directed
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On Friday, October 4 at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT, Travel Channel will premiere “Haunted Salem: Live” – a special four-hour LIVE ghost investigation in and around the historic city, led by a team of the network’s biggest paranormal stars. The immersive, multiplatform event will investigate ghostly activity at three historic locations tied to the
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Adrian Halen 09/29/2019 News DC AND JOE HILL GIVE FANS AN EARLYTASTE OF FEAR AND TERROR WITH A HILL HOUSE COMICS SAMPLER   Online Sampler Includes Excerpts from BASKETFUL OF HEADS, THE DOLLHOUSE FAMILY and THE LOW, LOW WOODS, Plus a Peek at Future Titles for 2020 Best-selling author Joe Hill (NOS4A2, Locke & Key) and
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Chris Bridges is currently working on “Star Trek: Discovery.” He is doing the special makeup effects. He worked as the prosthetics designer on the new Eli Roth produced film, HAUNT, written and directed by Scott Beck and Bryan Woods. Chris took time do an interview with Horrornews.net Hi Chris, Thank you for taking the time
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We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: Mitch McConnell is the worst person in congress. Just terrible. The tortoise in a suit who so gleefully kept Barack Obama from appointing a new Supreme Court justice continues to abuse his power as Senate Majority leader, assuring that nothing gets done in Washington, and bad
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There are two important differences between Daniel Scheinert’s first movie (2016’s Swiss Army Man) and his second (this week’s The Death of Dick Long). The first is that Scheinert made this second film without his other half. To this point, Scheinert hasn’t really been Scheinert. He’s been one of two—the two—Daniels. The other Daniel is
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The most recent entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Spider-Man: Far From Home, serves as an excellent epilogue to the Infinity Saga that started with Iron Man, all the way back in 2008. It honors the legacy of Tony Stark and sets up a new chapter in the Marvel Cinematic universe, while also nodding way
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Christian VierigGetty Images Sure, Paris Fashion Week has been going on for a few days not, but it didn’t really get started until Cardi B showed up. On Sunday Cardi attended the Thom Browne show, sitting front row next to Anna Wintour, and dressed like the fashion professor of our dreams. She posted a photo
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Do you lurk on r/relationships looking for the juiciest bits of drama? Or perhaps you prefer the curated experience offered by @redditships, which drops marriage, friendship, and romance disputes right into your Twitter feed? Reddit’s r/relationships has gained a reputation for gross, infuriating, and ostensibly real material. It makes for entertaining hate-reads or plain WTF moments. But
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Written by Tess Gerritsen — She’s an author best known for her Rizzoli and Isles series, but when we interviewed Tess Gerritsen in 2017, she hinted that “a standalone thriller that’s like nothing I’ve ever written before” was on its way. Well, it’s arrived. And boy, is she right! I’m so trusting of this author
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We are huge fans of Shelly Laurenston here at BookPage HQ, so we were pretty much over the moon to learn that she’ll be releasing a new fantasy romance series under her other pen name, G.A. Aiken. The Scarred Earth Saga will kick off with The Blacksmith Queen on August 27, and it sounds like readers who
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On the Radar — Let’s get things going this week with a fresh voice in the world of crime fiction as AS Hatch releases his debut novel. There’s lots more though, with four books from veterans based both in the UK and in the United States. Which of these books will make it onto your
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2019 Lariat Reading List Posted by Stephanie, Director of Strategic Marketing on April 24, 2019 Recently, our BookPage marketing team spent time in Austin, Texas, at the Texas Library Association’s annual meeting. We made new friends, ate our weight in tacos and discovered the annual Lariat Reading List, which calls attention to outstanding adult fiction
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National Hispanic Heritage Month lasts from September 15 to October 15, every year. The holiday was created by the U.S. government in 1968 as Hispanic Heritage Week. Twenty years later, it was expanded to a month-long celebration. During this time, Americans celebrate “the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain,
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Written by Nicci French — It was back in the 16th century when Sir Walter Scott penned the line, “Oh, what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive.” The sentiment is still pertinent today, and nowhere more so than in this standalone domestic noir novel from the husband and wife team
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