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That’s right, Halloween is almost here.  This year we’ve been able to obtain an interview with one of the best horror writers around.  Who will it be?  Check back here on Halloween for a special borg.com interview. For many, this week means tracking down spooky shows on Netflix, cable, or in the theaters.  Back in 2011 the four borg.com writers posted each of […]

It’s our favorite month of the year.  Glorious October.  And the leaves are already blanketing the yard.  The month of Halloween.  And with Halloween comes a month crammed full of some of the great–and not so great–horror flicks. We all have our favorites.  We at borg.com offered up our recommendations back in 2011 here, with an update last […]

The writers at borg.com have one fear in scary movies that seems to trump all others–creepy little girls.  From The Shining to The Ring to the new gothic horror flick We Are What We Are, we’d all just as soon duck in the corner and cover our heads than to watch another movie with the […]

That’s right, Halloween is here again and for many that means tracking down spooky movies on Netflix, cable, or in the theaters.  Last year the four borg.com writers posted each of their top favorites.  Luckily new films that fit the genre continue to be made, like The Woman in Black (you remember, Harry Potter and The Woman […]

By C.J. Bunce The focus of my creepy movie list is mood and surprises and re-watchability, as the setting and ambiance is what calls to me when it’s time to pull out some movies every October when each day gets darker and the wind starts kicking up the leaves.  I don’t like slasher flicks, and over-the-top shock […]

Don’t… look…now… Starting tomorrow we will be featuring the top ten recommendations from each of the writers at borg.com for our favorite scary/creepy/horror/suspense films–good stuff to get you in the mood for All Hallows’ Eve next weekend. What would your list look like?  Let us know! Our selections are made and I had a blast […]

By Art Schmidt People are funny.  Different things mean different things to us all: songs, pictures, movies, books.  Art.  It’s all interpreted by the individual, but even more so by the place in life that the individual is in at the time the art is experienced.  People cling to old songs like gold; a song […]

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