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Celebrating Poltergeist’s 40th Anniversary

Poltergeist turns 40! Celebrate and remember by jumping into this void with me and reminiscing on the Spielberg/Hooper brainchild.

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NOPE: The True Story that Inspired the Grisliest Scene

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Stranger Things: Horror Movie References You Might Have Missed

It’s been three weeks since the release of Stranger Things 4. The show really shook the world and was the most important season–I mean, it put Kate Bush back on the charts (where she rightfully belongs).…

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Popcorn (1991): A Mother of the Void Summary

Join the Mother of the Void as she summarizes and reviews the corny classic Popcorn (1991). Musical numbers and shocks galore!

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The Black Phone: A Thrill to Remember

Jump into the critical void of TVOC’s take on The Black Phone. Thrilling and captivating, see what makes this film the way it is.

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I Don’t Know Horror Movies. I’ll Guess the Plot to These Six Popular Horror Movies Anyway.

Join Justine as she tries her best to guess the plot of legendary horror films with zero context other than the official movie poster.

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Light Up the Night (and Your Screen) This 4th of July

Jump into the void of fireworks and patriotism as we go over two horror films to indulge and view this 4th of July.

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It’s a Cruel Summer: 10 Horror Films to Watch Before the Season’s Out

Jump into the void of barbeques, irresponsible teenagers and carnage as we explore ten of the best movies to watch this summer.

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How to Get into Hitchcock: A Brief Guide in Modern Times

It must be the colors of spring that makes me think about his films, but March always reminds me of Hitchcock. Especially in reflection of Women’s History Month, as while he is a brilliant filmmaker, he…

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Scream Queens: Celebrating Women’s History Month

Jump into the void of scream queens as we take a look at the women that revolutionized the horror genre merely with their presence.

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Honesty is the Best Policy: Let’s Talk About Scream

Jump into the void as we review and critique Scream (2022). Trust me, it’s mostly positive and worth spelunking.

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March Horror: What’s New this Month

Jump into the Void on what’s new with horror this March as 2022 treats us to some nice flicks and some badass chicks.

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Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2022): It isn’t Worth Your Time

Jump into the Void with me as we talk about Netflix’s Texas Chainsaw Massacre and how it may or may not be your cup of tea.

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Cannibal Holocaust: The First Found Footage Film and Why It’s Trending

A lot of people were left shocked by last week’s episode of Euphoria. Some horror fans were left a bit more shocked as a familiar score. It soundtracked Cassie looking through that window with a Sissy…

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The Week of SCREAMS: Revisiting the Scream Franchise

Join the Void as we revisit Scream and its various sequels in anticipation for the newest 2022 installment.

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Mother of the Void Presents: Haxan (1922)

Join the Mother of the Void as she analyzes and celebrates the 1922 German silent film Haxan: Witchcraft through the Ages.

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The Week of SCREAMS: Planning Your Scream Marathon

Jump into the Void and spice up your Scream marathon as we approach the release of Scream 5. We’re excited, to say the least.

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Horror Musicals: The Hills are Alive with the Sound of Screaming

It’s me, The Void. I’m stealing the Mother’s place this fine day to give you my ranking of the beautiful blending of my favorite genres: horror and musical. Yes, we’re talking horror musicals. This came to…

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The Mother of the Void Presents: Suspicion

Join the Mother of the Void as she boldly tackles Hitchcock’s Suspicion, and critiques its desperate storyline and characters.

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Krampus: The Horror Equivalent to St. Nick

Join the Void of Celluloid as we explore the tradition of Krampus and how he started and his impact on the USA.

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The Mother of the Void Presents: Notorious

Join us in the grand return of the Mother of the Void with her commentary on the classic film noir Notorious.

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Mother of the Void Presents: Gaslight (1944)

Join the Mother of the Void as she analyzes the 1944 rendition of Gaslight, a telling and all-too-relevant tale.

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Halloween: What Makes it a Masterpiece

Join the Void of Celluloid as we look at the making of Halloween: what makes it a masterpiece and how it changed the genre we love today.

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Mother of the Void Presents: The Old Dark House

Join the Mother of the Void as she takes on 1932’s The Old Dark House, a film ahead of its time and kooky as ever.

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31 Days of Horror: The Final Ten Days

It is the final installment of this tasty series with The Void of Celluloid. Join us for the 31 Days of Horror: The Final Ten Days.

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31 Days of Horror: Week Three

Join The Void as we set up pairings and double features for the 31 Days of Horror: Week Three. Spooky season storms on!

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Mother of the Void Presents: Les yeux sans visage (Eyes Without a Face)

Join the Mother of the Void as she summarizes and analyzes the horror classic Eyes Without a Face with her lighter, hilarious demeanor.

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31 Days of Horror: Week Two

Another week in October, another week full of scares. Join the Void of Celluloid for 31 Days of Horror: Week Two.

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Cat People: A Mother of the Void Review

Join the Mother of the Void as she hilariously analyzes and summarizes 1942 film Cat People, a beautiful classic horror chock full of subtext.

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31 Days of Horror: Let’s Kick it Off

Celebrate October with TVOC with the 31 Days of Horror, complete with double features and other treats to make every night a movie night.

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The Black Cat: A Mother of the Void Review

Jump into the void with the Mother of the Void, as she summarizes reacts to 1934’s The Black Cat, a staple in classic horror.

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Mike Flanagan, We Love You

Jump into the void of modern master Mike Flanagan as we celebrate together the release of his new Netflix series Midnight Mass.

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The Revival of the PG-13 Horror Flick and its Subtle Fall

Jump into the half baked void that is PG-13 horror and determine the difference between making it PG-13 for accessibility versus box office.

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The Final Girl: How Wes Craven Saves the Day

Jump down the void of the final girl with me as we go in and see how the trope was built, torn down and rebuilt once more.

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Spooky Season, Welcome: A Guide for September Spooky Flicks

Jump into the seasonal void as we welcome back spooky season and navigate it with this guide handpicked from my personal movie collection.

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Yes, There Are Things Scarier Than Coming Out: A History of LGBTQ+ Characters in Horror

Jump down the void where we explore the limited LGBTQ+ representation in the horror genre and highlight the recent positive changes.

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The Art of the Creative Kill

Jump down the void of blood soaked creativity as we take a look at some of the most memorable kills and how filmmakers can use them for their benefit.

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Anthology Horror: Short Stories Unfolded

From Goosebumps to Creepshow, join us in celebration of such a creative subgenre.

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