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5 Real-Life Serial Killers who Inspired Movies

5 Real-Life Serial Killers who Inspired Movies

When it comes to scary movies, I have a bit of a penchant for the more realistic plots. Serial killer narratives usually end up being my favorite, though many times the best slashers aren’t based in [...]

My First Horror Experience: What Lies Beneath

My First Horror Experience: What Lies Beneath

I was nine years old the first time I saw a horror movie in theaters. Horror is sort of a loose term here, as the film I’m about to describe follows perhaps more under the bracket [...]

Lynch Walk With Me: Twin Peaks Returns

Lynch Walk With Me: Twin Peaks Returns

Let’s cast a glance back towards last week’s column where I made the arbitrary decision to kick-off Cinedelphia’s horror-themed month with a little excavation of David Lynch’s 1990 television seriesTwin Peaks. A propros of nothing, mind [...]

Five of the Best Silent Horror Films

Five of the Best Silent Horror Films

Over the past couple of weeks I’ve been composing a quickly expanding list of horror films I want to watch (and re-watch for the millionth time) now that fall is officially upon us. I thought it [...]

Five Horror Films to Watch on Netflix

Five Horror Films to Watch on Netflix

Now that we’re entering October (where the hell did this year go?) there are a few exciting things about this month other than the myriad of pumpkin flavored things (do we really need pumpkin spice Oreos [...]

SINedelphia 2013 Wrap-up!

SINedelphia 2013 Wrap-up!

It’s been a very busy month at SINedelphia and we could not have done it without the help of some very passionate film enthusiasts and contributors. Below is a link index of this month’s SINedelphia content [...]

SINedelphia 2013: Films That Scare Us

SINedelphia 2013: Films That Scare Us

We polled our writing staff as well as some local horror-inclined film lovers to answer some questions about their perspectives of the genre. Our final question: “What was the last film that scared you?” Eric Bresler, [...]

British Horror: 20 Films to Watch This Halloween and Beyond

British Horror: 20 Films to Watch This Halloween and Beyond

When British horror comes up in conversation, most genre fans think of Hammer, Britain’s horror crown jewel, a studio that made a name for itself with new interpretations of Dracula and Frankenstein in the late ‘50s [...]

24-Hour Horror-Thon Wrap Up; Or, I Survived 24 Hours of Horror Films and All I Got Was An Awesome Experience, PART 2

24-Hour Horror-Thon Wrap Up; Or, I Survived 24 Hours of Horror Films and All I Got Was An Awesome Experience, PART 2

When we last left off, I was discussing the merits of bromance in the middle of shark attacks. There are many. Sadly, Tintorera was not made as the TV miniseries it was clearly intended to be. [...]

From the List of Shame Files: <i>Poltergeist</i>

From the List of Shame Files: Poltergeist

When deciding on a horror film for my List of Shame, I naturally devised a list. This list contained a lot of old B-horror films from the 80s and 90s. Hiding amongst these bad horror films [...]

24-Hour Horror-Thon Wrap Up; Or, I Survived 24 Hours of Horror Films and All I Got Was An Awesome Experience, PART 1

24-Hour Horror-Thon Wrap Up; Or, I Survived 24 Hours of Horror Films and All I Got Was An Awesome Experience, PART 1

If you are unfamiliar with Exhumed Films, shame on you. Shame. On. You. Beyond providing Philadelphia with monthly exploitation film screenings at PhilaMOCA, on top of providing Philadelphia with almost-monthly screenings of horror films at the [...]