Mar 13 2012

The Final Countdown: Horror Comedies, Superhero Reboots and Fan Service

Published by at 4:00 pm under Final Countdown

Go here to see the best horror comedies.

“Two emotions that go very well together are laughter and terror. They both elicit unconscious reactions in our brains that we can’t control. That’s why it’s not surprising that the horror comedy genre is one of our favorites. If you’re looking to dip a toe in, here are eleven must-see films in the horror comedy category. From horny vampires to zombie carnage with a few stops in between, these are the best horror comedies ever made.”

The Countdown

Four superhero reboots we’ll see next – [Cracked]

Learning from ME3 – Why fan service is good business – [Insert Coin]

A Braveheart TV show? – [WarmingGlow]

Other shows that Netflix should uncancel – [GeeksAreSexy]

The best gamer gear at the – [UnrealityStore]

The Dark Tower movie lives? – [GammaSquad]

25 killer masked movie killers – [Holytaco]

Slovak Batman is awesome – [theChive]

The 12 best Hunger Games images on the internet – [Pajiba]

Katie White is the girl of the day – [Maxim]

Strip club sponsors little league team – [BroBible]

Mega 64 does Uncharted 3 – [Guyism]

A great Top Gear outtake – [Heavy]





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2 responses so far

  • trashcanman

    Wow. No American Werewolf in London on the “Best horror Comedies” list. Is it too passe to simply say FAIL?

    Nice ME3 articles too, Tassi. ME2 had a lot of free DLC, but given the ridiculous $10 day-one DLC character on ME3, the continuation of what I’d hoped would be standard Bioware procedure doesn’t look likely.

  • Nick D Pags

    Ron Howard made the DaVinci code boring. Why the hell is he offered this?
    Where is Darabont?

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