Catch Up on Halloween Horror Week Here

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Halloween is a time for monsters, ghouls, witches, and ghosts. It is the time for the exploration of our deepest fears we keep locked within the far reaches of our psyches. In the spirit of that notion Before The Cyborgs covered the films and figures in pop culture in a week-long celebration of those who embody the essence of horror and Halloween. If you missed any of it catch up here:

BTC STAFF SURVEY HORROR EDITION

BEFORE THE CYBORGS STAFF SURVEY: HORROR EDITION

Wes Craven Horror Visionary

VISIONARIES: WES CRAVEN – A TRUE MASTER OF HORROR

Rushmore Horror Movie Villains

THE MOUNT RUSHMORE OF HORROR MOVIE VILLAINS

10 non-horror Halloween movies to watch

10 NON-HORROR FILMS TO WATCH FOR HALLOWEEN

Nosferatu FW Murnau

F.W. MURNAU – A PIONEER OF HORROR CINEMA

HORROR MOVIE BANNER

BTC PODCAST HALLOWEEN SPECIAL

 

 

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