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Soon it will be October, the month of all things horror related. So, what better person to discuss horror movies with than Mortician’s own Will Rahmer. Not only are Mortician New York death metal legends, but they are famously known for having long intros to their songs using samples from

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As far as it concerns a certain style of occult-related, gloomy aestethics, Italy has no doubt a glorious tradition. The fascination for Italy’s dark side is deeply rooted in time (Horace Walpole’s The Castle Of Otranto, set in Apulia and conventionally referred to as the ancestor gothic novels, was published

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Anyone who is a fan of horror and gore needs to check out the masterpieces created by PALLBEARER PRESS! What’s your favorite horror movie? Chances are Pallbearer Press has made it into a sick tee. Alucarda? Hellraiser? The Exorcist? Texas Chainsaw Massacre? Ilsa? Suspiria? All of these and more are

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The House of Hammer Magazine was a British horror comic magazine that published between 1976-1978 that started as a Hammer Films fan magazine but quickly morphed into its own horror comic series. Aeron Alfrey illustrated most of the amazing covers you see below, which feature classic characters like Van Helsing

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ENZO SCIOTTI immortalized horror culture during the 70’s and 80’s with his iconic movie posters. I love the way he used vivid colors and the right amount of sex to draw in the viewer. I could see so many of his images as speed metal record covers, or even Toxic

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Sometimes amidst the modern era of seamless murder scenes, hyper-real gore and static and quickly disposed of characters, I like to go back to a simpler time. A time when dialogue was extended maybe a little too much, the lead up to the horror and violence was more important than

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