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Here ya go: nudity.

Now, on to a few of my favorite horror links.


Horror Film Reviews:

The Gore Whore Reviews:

“Horror obsessive reviewing the best and worst of what the genre has to offer.”


Faculty of Horror

“Tackling all things horror with a slash of analysis and research, horror journalists and occasional academics Andrea Subissati and Alexandra West are your hosts for brain plumping discussions on all things that go bump in the night.”

Knifepoint Horror

“These tales of supernatural suspense by Soren Narnia adhere to the most primal element of storytelling: a single human voice describing events exactly as it experienced them. The stories, stripped of even proper titles, spill forward as taut, uninterrupted confessions.”

Horror Fiction:

Hellnotes and JournalStone:

“Founder David B. Silva began Hellnotes in 1995 as a weekly email newsletter with a hardcopy component and a paid subscription base. Since then, it’s gone through a number of transformations and today delivers the same horror genre news and information several times a day for free.
Hellnotes, owned by JournalStone Publishing, remains dedicated to bringing you the best information on the internet, covering horror movies, horror fiction, horror comics, horror writers, and more.
JournalStone Publishing is a dynamic publishing house, focusing in the Science Fiction/Fantasy/Horror genres in both the adult and young adult markets. In addition to owning Hellnotes, JSP also owns and operates Dark Discoveries magazine, a slick, full color, distinguished and internationally distributed quarterly magazine. JSP publishes in multiple book formats and markets their authors on a global level. They are active with numerous major writer’s groups, including the Horror Writers Association (HWA), and produce a monthly newsletter with a large circulation.”

General Musings on Horror Cinema:

Visual Sociology: a great resource for articles exploring sociological themes in horror films.


Killer Kids:

A conversational post about the theme of killer children.


Feminist Horror Film Theory:

Men, Women, and Chainsaws by Carol J. Clover– If you haven’t read the book, at least peruse the wikipedia entry.

Horror Lists:

Looking for more? Check these twice.

A nice list of classic horror film theory books from the 70s to 90s at this UK horror fan site:




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