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Kill of the Week: Double Penetration in ‘Bay of Blood’

Every week, we spotlight a kill that we just can’t get enough of. This is Kill of the Week. Masterpieces like Halloween and Friday the 13th may have popularized the slasher sub-genre, but the origin tale of the body count film dates back many years prior. Bob Clark’s Black Christmas directly paved the way for Halloween, […]
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