Ben Gardner - Jaws jump scare

Jaws (Ben Gardner) – Jump Scare

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The editing, sound mixing and Score all come together to produce a scare that makes me jump no matter how many times I've seen it.
Haunted House

Economic Horror & Modern Haunted House Films

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Horror films often speak to contemporary anxieties, a reflection of societal fears and concerns. So it's interesting to observe how the haunted house sub-genre of horror movies is evolving.
The Road

Post Apocalyptic Clothing

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I have always been a little obsessed with Post Apocalyptic clothing in films

Best 90s creature feature movies list

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I like to think of them as B-Movies with a budget. Kind of like comfort food, probably not all that good for you - but enjoyable all the same.
The Descent

The Best Creature Feature Movies of the 2000s

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Ceature feature film offerings from the noughties

The Eye Jump Scare

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Was thinking about Jump Scares today, because... well you know. And remembered one that really freaked me out back in the day. The calligraphy scene in The Eye from 2002. 

Misery (1990) – Film Review

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The tension is ratcheted up nicely as …oh boy, something’s not quite right here, segues into hands-over-the face, I-can’t-watch-this, bat-shit crazy.

Top 10 Horror Films Set in Space

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You are utterly reliant on technology to keep you alive, breathing, and to stop your brains from exploding out through your eye sockets.
Ben Gardner - Jaws jump scare

Jaws (You’re gonna need a bigger boat) – Jump Scare

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The iconic scene where the shark makes its first appearance while Brody is shovelling bloody chum into the water.

Delores Claiborne (1995) – Film Review

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The Delores Claiborne film adaptation is often considered an underrated classic (of King adaptations anyway), much more of a psychological thriller than straight out horror.

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A List of the Best Zombie Books

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A list of great zombie novels, for some reading inspiration. Some of them are pretty well known, like World War Z - while others are a little more obscure