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‘You’re Next’ Writer-Director Team To Remake Korean Serial Killer Film ‘I Saw the Devil’

Director Adam Wingard and writer Simon Barrett have a filmmaking partnership that has been going strong since 2010 and their latest effort, the John Carpenter-esque and critically acclaimed The Guest hits theaters this Wednesday. But that hasn’t stopped them from already lining up their next project. Wingard and Barrett have officially been set to remake Kim Jee-Woon’s I […]

The 1st Annual Morbidly Amusing Awards – Part 2

THE 1ST ANNUAL MORBIDLY AMUSING AWARDS With Oscar season now officially over, it’s time for we here at Morbidly Amusing to deliver our own dose of glitz and glamour, albeit through blood-drenched glasses. The 1st Annual Morbidly Amusing Awards hand out honors to those in the world of horror and genre film who we felt best […]

The 1st Annual Morbidly Amusing Awards – Part 1

THE 1st ANNUAL MORBIDLY AMUSING AWARDS With Oscar season now officially over, it’s time for we here at Morbidly Amusing to deliver our own dose of glitz and glamour, albeit through blood-drenched glasses. The 1st Annual Morbidly Amusing Awards hand out honors to those in the world of horror and genre film who we felt […]

Dr. Morbid’s Top 10 Horror Movie Posters of 2013

  Besides movie trailers, nothing makes me more pumped about seeing a new movie more than a bad-ass POSTER.  I remember back to my childhood and teen years when I used to go to the local rental store and spend hours looking through all the horror VHS covers, which were based after that film’s movie […]

That Other Raimi Brother’s Top 5 Horror Films of 2013

2013 has proven to be a banner year for film. One of the deepest years in recent memory, especially when it comes to independent film, we cinephiles have been treated to an abundance of riches when it comes to high-quality films. On the other end of the spectrum, however, is the horror genre. While 2013 […]

Dr. Morbid’s Top 10 Best Horror Films of 2013

Merry Christmas boils and ghouls.  It has been a solid, if limited, year for the horror genre that was devoid of much big-screen attention.  Most of the films on this list either had a limited theatrical run or were just released to Video On Demand.  Hopefully next year horror films will start seeing a theatre […]