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MCH Review: Dark Forest

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Dark Forest (2015)     Dark Forest, which is now available on Amazon Prime, comes to us from Zell-Koj Studios in Canada. This is the first film by the studio and the director Roger Boyer. It currently has an audience score of 75% over at Rotten Tomato, so it must be finding an audience slowly […]

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NECA Unveils Horror Toys For Toyfair 2018

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http://necaonline.com/2018/02/pre-toy-fair-2018-reveals-re-animator-the-fog-tuxedo-freddy/   Coming this year from NECA, one of my toy makers, is a robust lineup sure to please horror fans. First up is a 8″ Clothed Herbert West from Re-Animator.  He comes fully clothed with a white lab coat and will come with a syringe, potion, a shovel, a zombie cat and a reanimated […]

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MCH Women in Horror Movies Day 7: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

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  A true original, and one that is credited with starting grindhouse type of cinema, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre remains an important movie in the horror realm.   Aside from the story, which many believe really happened, and the gore, this was one of the first (and best) examples of a final girl in mainstream horror. […]

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MCH Women in Horror Movies Day 6: The Exorcist

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  Few horror movies pack the punches that The Exorcist do, and few have as strong female characters as it, either. The movie is revered for it’s horror, with WB approaching it with a gravity and realism not seen during that time, but the dynamic between mother and daughter, and what they have to overcome, is […]

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MCH Women in Horror Month Movies Day 4: The Babadook

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  The Babadook has been mentioned on a list of ours before, so i won’t spend too much time talking about how great it is.     The heroes here are director Jennifer Kent and the star of the movie Essie Davis. Davis does a tremendous job of portraying a mother whose grief comes back to haunt […]

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MCH Women in Horror Month Movies Day 3: Alien

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  Alien is a haunted house movie set in outer space. Ridley Scott does a fantastic job of using the “less is more” motif to play our fears against us without showing the alien a whole lot in the movie. Sigourney Weaver plays Ripley and cements her as one of the most badass heroes in […]

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Happy New Years From Music City Horror!

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We hope each and everyone of you have a safe and happy new year. We want to thank everyone who has tuned in to an episode or two thus far, and all the positive words and support on our social media. We are tweaking the format of the show to make it a little cooler, […]

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Monsters Now Available on Amazon Prime!

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For people of a certain age, anthology horror shows ruled the 80s and 90s. We had Tales From the Crypt, Tales From the Darkside, Friday the 13th the Series, Freddy’s Nightmares and even a reboot of The Twilight Zone. Another show that ran for 3 seasons and garnered a cult following was Monsters. It mixed horror and humor and […]