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Good Zombie Movies (1965-70): Die and Let Live
The mid-60s saw the risre, but it really began to take hold in the 1960’s. Cheap to make ande of the zombie horror sub-genre as a... show more
Good Zombie Movies (1960-65): Frights of the Living Dead
The early 1960s saw the dawn of a deadly genre: the zombie movie. Cinematic horror would never be the same thanks to films like ‘Carnival of... show more
Good Vampire Movies (2010-15): Triumph over Team Edward
The Twilight series did no service to vampires. Suddenly this exotic, seductive menace was relegated to vegetarianism and sparkling skin, mooning about angsty teens and bickering... show more
Good Vampire Movies (1975-80): Disco, Debauchery & Death
There are so many vampire movies from the Seventies. The problem is that nearly all of them are terrible. Terrible! The bloody genre grew anemic toward... show more
Good Vampire Movies (1995-00): Going for the Throat
The popularity of the vampire waned dramatically in the Nineties – the elegant, hyper-dramatic, mildly feminine villain just didn’t seem to fit in to the grunge... show more
Good Vampire Movies (1990-95): Doc Martens and Dracula
Thanks to the 80s, horror had kind of worn out its welcome by 1990. An over-reliance on slashers, sequels and the almost nonexistence of unique vision... show more
Good Vampire Movies (1970 – 75): Subversion & Exploitation
The swinging Seventies brought maverick filmmaking to the screen in every genre, pushing envelopes in terms of racial and sexual politics. The vampire fable – growing... show more
Good Vampire Movies (1965-70): Creepy Camp & Evil Vamps
Vampire films of the 1960s were more risqué, grisly and shocking than their predecessors, most notable in films like ‘Count Yorga, Vampire’, ‘Scream and Scream Again’... show more
Good Vampire Movies (2005-10): Love & Bloodletting
Vampire films at the end of the decade took on an international flavor, with far superior films from Sweden, Korea and Australia reshaping the lore. Some... show more
Good Slasher Movies (1965-70): Shocking Psychotic Cinema
While “slasher films” are synonymous with the 1980s, the origins of the horror sub-genre actually began in the 1960s, thanks to progenitor titles like ‘Targets’, ‘The... show more
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