I have to draw attention to the fact that Dead Harvey was quoted along side with Time and Maxim in Peter Gutierrez's article, "The Best "Best" Lists in Horror Movies, 2007". I know you want to read the article, so here it is - link.
So, in return, let's take a look at Peter Gutierrez and what he's doing over at Firefox News, because he's doing some cool stuff - here's a link to his page. So, according to his profile, he's proud to write horror film criticism for Shroud and Withersin magazines and he also contributes regularly to Find it in Film, a Web site dedicated to helping educators use visual media in the classroom. He teaches film history/appreciation and media literacy, as well as develops curricula for the same, in his hometown of Montclair, New Jersey. Over the past fifteen years, his creative work in horror—short fiction, poetry, and comics—has appeared in numerous anthologies, genre magazines, and webzines.
Most of the people that cover horror cater to the fanboys and keep it low-brow... Now, don't get me wrong, I love low-brow. I swim in low-brow. However, I appreciate the fact that Gutierrez is taking a higher approach to it and you can see that in his writing. In any case, check him out.