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    Upon the success of 28 Days Later, Danny Boyle was credited with revitalizing the zombie movie. There's something else he should be credited with revitalizing: the art -- and the intimacy -- of the low-budget horror film.

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  • Shaun Of The Dead: Secret Zombie References In The Film

  • A Nightmare On Elm Street: The Making Of A Remake

  • Sleepy Hollow: Fictionalizing Fiction, The Movie vs. The Book

  • The Five Most Unsettling Moments in Splice

    The sci-fi horror film Splice isn't afraid to go to extremes. Here are the five moments where it really went there.

  • The Amityville Horror Is A Sham, And That’s That

  • 10 Facts About The Shower Scene Of Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho

  • Freddy vs. Jason: There Can Be Only One

  • Alfred Hitchcock’s The Birds: Pre-CGI Ingenuity

  • Bloody Hell in America: Behind The Prom Scene In Carrie

    Here's how you can destroy a high school gym with Karo syrup, rubber cement, monofilament wire and a crane.

  • Hostel: Where Did Eli Roth Come From?

  • Secret Pea Soup Recipe From The Exorcist And Other Secrets Revealed

  • Six Favorite Traps From the Saw Movies

  • Cha, Cha, Cha, Cha, Changes – The Wolfman and Other Favorite Transformation Scenes

  • The Silence of the Lambs: Favorite Lecter Lines

  • Se7en: The Godfather of Cool Opening Credits

  • I Know and Still and Always and Will Never Forget What You Did Last Summer

  • 10 Things About The Making of The Shining That You Didn’t Know

  • The Lost Boys Were Originally Supposed To Be… Well, Boys

    But do you realize just how close one of your favorite movies came to never existing? Yeah, really close.

  • Bram Stoker’s Dracula: An Exercise in Multiple Cinematic Personalities