X-Men #1 is a solid issue building on the foundation that’s been laid out by Jonathan Hickman.
The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival has some amazing selections on tap for its fourth year! Take a look at some of the movies we’re looking forward to seeing.
Read Tim Murr’s review of ‘To Wallow in Ash and Other Sorrows,’ the debut short story collection by author Sam Richard.
This week there are some great horror comics for your reading pleasure that will take you back to the ’90s.
Tomorrow sees the release of X-Men #1, and the fine folks at Marvel has sent over a great trailer to get us psyched.
Retro side-scroller ‘Fight’N Rage’ brings old arcade fighting games to mind, but not much else. Richard Kirwin places his review In the Game.
What happens when not-so-scary songs are used in horror movies? They end up on an episode of Songs in the Key of X, of course!
For fans ,the House of 1000 Corpses vinyl release from Waxwork Records is an gorgeous addition to your Rob Zombie collection.
‘Joker’ easily outdistanced the other contenders for the top of the box office this weekend, but the Korean film, ‘Parasite,’ did well in limited release.
Argento, Cronenberg and Refn make their way to the small screen and we bid a fond farewell to Robert Forster in The Week in Horror.
Music lovers will want to hear this interview with emospacebird, an artist who is coming into her own, on this week’s installment of The Leftscape.
Get all the details about the new graphic novel from Legendary Comics, ‘Bram Stoker’s Dracula,’ featuring the likeness of Bela Lugosi himself!
With sure direction and a surprise-filled script, Bong Joon-ho’s award-winning festival favorite, ‘Parasite,’ may be the best film of the year.