Thursday, October 30, 2008

Wes Craven Takes Over YouTube for Halloween! - Tubefilter Ne

Wes Craven has taken over YouTube. The legendary director of such films as A Nightmare on Elm Street, the Scream trilogy and Red Eye has control of the YouTube front page for Halloween as well as the Google homepage logo doodle, which is a holiday tradition going back to the early days (1999). The tradition of taking over YouTube on Halloween

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Sunday, October 26, 2008

FEWDIO Horror: Cleansed

A crime scene cleaner confronts the aftermath of a horrific murder, a scene that will not be cleaned until its own sense of justice has been satisfied...DIRECTED BY DREW DAYWALT & DAVID SCHNEIDER



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Tuesday, October 21, 2008

WHAM! POW! Batman TV show called the election 40 years ago!

It's probably a comment on the predictability of the 2008 presidential campaign that it was anticipated by "Batman," a 40-year-old TV show populated by wacky caricatures. Same hack script, same hack channel. See the ridiculous parallels with your own eyes.

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Monday, October 13, 2008

FEWDIO Horror: Smoke (A FEWDIO tribute to Edgar Allen Poe)

How can you get away with murder when there's a smoking gun?DIRECTED BY DREW DAYWALT & DAVID SCHNEIDER. Directors of 'Stark Raving Mad' with Sean Williams Scott.

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Fewdio's 'Nightmare House' Scratches Web Horror Itch - Tubef

If you’re like me, then lately you’ve been starved for good, original horror content, whether in theaters, on TV or on the web. There’s just nothing scary out there anymore (though I have yet to see Beverly Hills Chihuahua).

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Friday, October 10, 2008

The Stories Behind Three Classic Halloween Movies

I loooooove Halloween. Halloween is like Christmas at the Conradt household. If I could keep my house decorated macabrely (I just made that word up) year-round, I absolutely would. To help get you in the mood, though, we’ll explore the guts of classic horror movies you might find yourself watching on October 31.

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