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31 Days of Horror 2016: Where Women Rule

Welcome to another edition of Biff Bam Pop’s 31 Days of Horror!

Every year BBP writers make sure your October is full of the spooky stuff – rundowns of our favourite movies and why they still matter to us; recaps of ongoing television shows with a horrific bent; comics, books, movies and more. The majority of BBP contributors love the horror genre, and even better, love to write about it.

This year, we’re going to have some guests join us as well. Towards the end of the summer, I started reaching out to some friends and colleagues about whether they’d like to contribute to 31 Days of Horror. They’re writers and singers and actors. They’re supremely talented in their fields. And then, as I sat down to write this introduction, it hit me.

They’re all women.

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American Horror Story: My Roanoke Nightmare: “Chapter Two”


On last week’s premiere of season six of American Horror Story we were introduced to the Millers on a frightumentary called My Roanoke Nightmare. Shelby has already made contact with two of the spirits that roam her land, and we anxiously await as the haunting begins in earnest. Will the Millers learn more about the missing colony? Read the rest of this entry

Fear the Walking Dead S02 E12: Pillar of Salt


On the last episode of “Fear the Walking Dead,” Madison played Pied Piper to the unfortunate infected hotel guests while Nick showed off his drug knowledge and lady skills. This week, we learn the whereabouts of Ofelia while Nick tries to protect Colonia from outsiders. Read the rest of this entry

The New “Blair Witch” Movie Goes Back to the Original’s Roots – Literally

Whether you like The Blair Witch Project or not, there’s no denying that it changed horror cinema forever. Capitalizing on the burgeoning power of the Internet, it helped to not only usher in nearly two decades of found footage films in horror, but also predicted the rise of viral marketing.
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My Roanoke Nightmare “Chapter One” comes to American Horror Story


American Horror Story is back and we are promised new scares. We loyally traveled down the dark corridors of the last five seasons beginning with: Murder House, Asylum, Coven, Freak Show, and finally, Hotel. But, until tonight, the theme for season six was kept more secret than Trump’s tax returns and medical records. Tonight showrunner Ryan Murphy finally revealed the season six theme with a vengeance. Read the rest of this entry

Fear the Walking Dead S02 E11: Pablo & Jessica


On the last episode of Fear the Walking Dead we met new characters. While Alicia proved to be apocalypse worthy, Chris has turned completely feral. This week we watch as Nick tries to outsmart the Drug Cartel. Read the rest of this entry

“Do Not Disturb” the Infected on Fear The Walking Dead


On the last episode of Fear the Walking Dead Nick proved to be a great negotiator, while Madison and Strand dealt with a walker bar crawl. While Alicia tries to find Ofelia, we check in on Travis. Read the rest of this entry

“Los Muertos” Versus the Living on Fear The Walking Dead


On the last episode of Fear the Walking Dead we followed Nick on a personal journey through the three stages of death and to a new community. While Nick is given a dangerous assignment, Madison and the others search for him. Read the rest of this entry

“This Little Light” Shines on the Season 1 Finale of Outcast


On last week’s episode of Outcast we watched in horror as the darkness spread throughout the town of Rome. A beloved character is dead and another one is possessed. The only thing to stop the encroaching darkness is to shine some light on it. Will Kyle get to his daughter before Megan hurts her? Read the rest of this entry

Bad Decisions Are “Close To Home” on Outcast


On last week’s episode of Outcast Reverend Anderson was kicked out of his church and, we learned a startling secret from Sidney about the recent possessions. While Kyle searches for Allison, Anderson makes a bad situation hellish. Read the rest of this entry

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