Monthly Archives: October 2013

Chewie Ranks The All Time Top 10 Horror Films

Mount Rushmore Of Horror

I’ve started this post on multiple occasions now.  When you’re a horror geek, sitting down to write a post like this where you’re ranking greatness is sort of like choosing which of your kids you like the best.  I’ve gone on record multiple times saying that for me, even a …

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Which Slasher Do YOU Want To Face?

Don’t go in there! If that were me… Dumbass. One of the greatest things about a horror movie is placing yourself in the same situations as the protagonists in it. I love it when people tell me there zombie survival plan because it only includes Romero zombies (destroy the brain). …

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Game (2012) – Hunting Season Is Open

Game (2012)

I recently received an email from Angus Swantee, producer of Game (2012) asking if we’d be interested in reviewing the film.  Game is a short horror / thriller film written and directed by Josh MacDonald (write of the feature film The Corridor).  I’m thrilled that Angus reached out! Game has …

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Trapjaw’s Top 10 Horror Movies

Trapjaw

As you may tell from the numerous reviews I’ve written for Scaretissue, I’m excited to finally have an outlet for my obsession with horror movies.  I’ve always loved them since I was a kid.  It’s not the deaths.  It’s not the gore.  It’s the surprise.  That’s the moment I crave …

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Short Movie Monday – Weekly Reviews Of Short Horror Films

Short Movie Monday

We’re thrilled to announce that as of today, Scaretissue (or more specifically Scott) will be reviewing a different short movie every Monday.  We’ll be referring to this as Short Movie Monday and we’ll be using the hashtag #ShortMovieMonday when tweeting about these posts (You ARE following us on Twitter right?) …

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Paranormal Activity 4 (2012) Questioning Found Footage

Paranormal Activity 4 (2012)

Found footage films have taken over the genre in the last few years thanks to the success of the Paranormal Activity franchise.  In the late 90s, The Blair Witch Project brought the style to the mainstream with a surprisingly scary film.  It played on our fears, our imagination, and the unknown.  …

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