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hor·ror

(hor'ŏr),
Dread; fear.
[L.]

horror

/hor·ror/ (hor´er) [L.] dread; terror.
horror autotox´icus  former name for self-tolerance.

horror

Intense fear, revulsion, or dread caused by seeing or hearing something that is terrifying, shocking, or perceived to be life-threatening to the individual or to others.
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The horror genre has not been explored much in Pakistan though there is a great demand for such films.
Amazon Channels gives Prime members the ability to watch over 100 on-demand channels including the Screambox horror channel with no cable required, the ability to cancel anytime, and no additional apps to download.
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Creative director of LoveHistory Loves Horror, Judy McLean, said: "When we embarked on our odyssey through the Chamber of Horror last Hallowe'en, it was a huge hit with our audience - and we're very pleased to have the chance to scare the people of Liverpool once again .
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RENOWNED cult film director and producer Brian Yuzna has unveiled plans to open a specialist horror training academy in Birmingham.
The filmmaker, famed for his work on horror movies Re-Animator and Society, as well as family hit Honey I Shrunk the Kids, outlined his plans to launch the centre during a visit to Birmingham City University.
In fact, "the oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown" (Lovecraft 2008: 1041), as Howard Phillips Lovecraft (1890--1937) states at the beginning of his seminal study Supernatural Horror in Literature, written between November 1925 and May 1927, published in the summer of 1927, unfinished revision between the fall of 1933 and August 1934, republished in 1939 by August Derleth and Donald Wandrei and, in its final edition, in 1945.