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SCREAM : Boobs, Blood, Boys

A review of MTV’s SCREAM Season Two… and One by Mord McGhee for The Horror Within Magazine in which my comments are my own and do not reflect those of this magazine nor anyone else involved with it. Yo! MTV. […]

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TV

FREE Fiction Friday by Rex Crossley (Pt 5)

  Where Were You When the World Changed? Part Five: Dammit Scott! by Rex Crossley  Previously: Leaving his bunker for the first time one year after the zombie outbreak, Paul Layton discovered that the world had changed while he was […]

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Fiction

PREACHER – a horror television review

PREACHER – a horror television review by Mord McGhee for The Horror Within Magazine. TOM CRUISE EXPLODES. Wait…. what? My reviews are my own. They don’t reflect the opinions of anyone else other than me– and I think with the following review […]

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TV