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The 10 Scariest Children’s Movies of All Time

Earlier this month, we shared our 100 Scariest Movies of All Time feature. I referred to them as “the movies that terrify us in a way that we never quite get over.” That sounds almost like signing up for psychological damage, doesn’t it? It’s a bit hyperbolic, for sure. But like the final girls, survivors, and

Kero Kero Bonito releases new album Time ‘n Place: Stream

When it comes to news about Kero Kero Bonito’s new album Time ‘n’ Place, the time seems to be, well, right now. Out of nowhere, the UK indie-pop band’s long-teased new album — their first with Polyvinyl Records — has dropped, and is currently available for streaming. While they released their single “Time Today” back in

It’s almost time kids: Halloween TV show could still be a thing

A couple of years ago, Fangoria reported that Halloween could make its way to television. This was at a time when producer Malek Akkad had no idea where to take the franchise following Rob Zombie’s hilarious remakes. Well, seeing how David Gordon Green’s reboot hits theaters on October 19th, it’s obvious that plan never came

Three classic Studio Ghibli film soundtracks to be reissued on vinyl for the first time

Since its inception in 1983, Studio Ghibli has established itself as one of the premier Japanese animation houses, and one that’s since changed the way the West has viewed Japanese filmmaking. Now, the soundtracks for three of their classic films are being reissued on vinyl for the first time. Due out through Tokuma, a publisher

Can Matt Groening Strike Gold for a Third Time with Disenchantment?

If all Matt Groening had ever done was create The Simpsons, one of the greatest television shows of all time, it would still have earned him a place in the pantheon of TV’s legendary creators. If all he had ever done was give life to Futurama, the cult classic sci-fi comedy that simply refuses to

The 100 Scariest Movies of All Time

Artwork by Cap Blackard Why do we love being scared? It can’t be the way it makes our heart beat at rapid rates. Or how it keeps us up at night, leaving us to clutch our sheets as we stare at our half-open closets and listen for the faintest sounds down the hall. What the hell

Fleetwood Mac's New Guitarists, Mike Campbell and Neil Finn, Perform Together for the First Time

It took place during Finn’s show with his son, Liam, at Largo at the Coronet in Los Angeles. They played “Man of the World,” a single from 1969, back when Peter Green was fronting Fleetwood Mac, and David Bowie’s “Moonage Daydream.” According to Variety, “Man of the World” went unrecognized by the crowd but “Moonage