Month: April 2014


Radio of Horror Blog

My review of Oculus, it was kind of mehhh but you hear more by reading my review leave a comment

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Naked Bloody Actress Mel Heflin and New England Metal Fest

Radio of Horror Blog

Tonight on the show we have actress Mel Heflin who is an up and coming actress who will be in a cool new Vampire movie later this year. She talk about her Career as well as a commentary we both just did for Trick r TreAt.
Then we have on Gina the founder of the New England Metal Fest and co founder of Rock and Shock. The New England Metal Fest is Next Weekend at the Palladium in Worcester MA. Pam and I also discuss The Machine and From Dusk till Dawn the series, Being Human says good bye, Oculus and Till Death do us Part.

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13 Must See Horror Films of 2013

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The year is drawing to a close so lets look back and count down the 13 horror films of 2013 that deserve to be seen! The films will be listed in order with the Horror Film that earns TheHorroronline’s Number 1 must see film of 2013 taking the top spot. 


13. Evil Dead


Not the most well received of 2013’s horror films, Evil Dead didn’t quite live up to it’s hype as it was just a little bit too glossy for some tastes. BUT it is worth watching, if only for Sam Rami’s divine hand having blessed and touched the production, which lifted it above the usual remake dreck. It doesn’t get any easier this time round watching every character behave like a Goddamn idiot (it’s 2013 couldn’t one of them have brought a Kindle and left The Book Of The Dead the hell alone?) but screaming at the…

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Songs That Horror Movies Made Creepy

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Lets take a look at the songs that were once innocent and have now been forever tainted with creepy associations to horror movies.



Silence Of The Lambs ; Goodbye Horses” by Q Lazzarus 


What It Was : 

A catchy 80’s tune originally used on the The Married To The Mob soundtrack. 

What It Became ; 

Flashback inducing, Stomach churning, stop you in your tracks creepy.

Scene ;  

Bat crap crazy serial killer Buffalo Bill clad only in a Kimono (sort of), does a flirty dance while looking directly at the camera (ie. you) as he models a woman’s scalp on his head (and sports a mangina).The iconic dance which had appeared in the novel was not in the script. A very brave Ted Levine who played Buffalo Bill insisted that the dance be included in the film and was given free reign to choreograph it…

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The Good, The Bad and The Terrible ; The Occult

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Welcome to the The Good, The Bad and The Terrible in this feature we will take a well known horror movie trope and look at the films that excelled and did something wonderful with the concept, those that well, didn’t and those that monumentally cocked it up..Today’s topic, Occult Films


The Good

Haxan : Witchcraft Through The Ages (1922)


A documentary with dramatized scenes, this silent Swedish/Danish film was apparently terrifying in its time. Sharing knowledge about witchcraft and its origins it introduced audiences to a darker side of history. It’s still a fascinating watch.



The Woman Who Came Back (1945)


Walter Colmes horror film deals with a woman who believes that she is the reincarnation of a 300 year old witch. This is a wonderfully atmospheric film, that perfectly showcases Hollywood’s blossoming romance with the super natural.



Bell, Book and Candle (1958)

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