Author, artist, and playwright Clive Barker made his directorial debut on September 18, 1987. He was adapting his own novel The Hellbound Heart, which would become the seminal work of horror … Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: ‘Hellraiser’ at 30
Belle Ghoul’s Bandcamp notes that they hope to “provide a part of the soundtrack to your life.” The band’s latest video, for the delightful track “Lift Me Up,” is perfect … Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: Lift Your Halloween Spirits with a New Video from Belle Ghoul
Slayaway Camp Devs Sharpen Machetes on a Brand New ”Killer Puzzle” From the makers of Slayaway Camp—the award-winning “Bloodiest Puzzle Game Ever”—comes an even more frightening puzzler starring one of … Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: Friday the 13th – The Puzzle Game Coming to Mobile Platforms in 2018
With superheroes, and especially Marvel superheroes, probably being among the most popular Halloween trick or treat costumes this year, it might be worth checking out how the animated Marvel superheroes … Continue reading 31 Days of Horror 2017: Halloween in the Marvel Animated Universe
It’s that time of year when podcasts give way to my Halloween playlist. Who am I kidding? I listen to it throughout the year. As of this writing, my list … Continue reading 31 Days of Horror 2017: My Halloween Playlist
A horror icon returned to theaters this weekend, but couldn’t scare up a large audience. Here’s what went down:
Red Christmas Written and Directed by Craig Anderson Starring Dee Wallace, Sarah Bishop, Geoff Morrell, Janis McGavin, David Collins, Sam Campbell, Gerard Odwyer, and Bjorn Stewart With Red Christmas, Craig … Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: Red Christmas
Hell comes to the DC universe, details on Twin Peaks on Blu-ray, and more, as we look at some of the biggest stories from the week in horror.
Rats are terrifying, of that there is no doubt. Just the sight of one at a store or restaurant will cause us to never visit the establishment again, and … Continue reading 31 Days of Horror 2017: Willard and Ben
The new documentary 78/52 dives deep into the technical aspects, meanings, anecdotes, and impact of Alfred Hitchcock’s notorious shower scene from his landmark 1960 film Psycho. (The film’s title refers to the 78 … Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: 78/52
I have a thing for vampires. I won’t tell you how much of a thing, since I’m pretty sure I began last year’s 31 Days of Horror Biff Bam Pop! … Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: Monica S. Kuebler Hungers for Blood with Midnight Son
It’s the final, frightful weekend before Halloween, which means there’s really only going to be one big pick for horror fans looking to get their trick and treat on. But, … Continue reading Jigsaw returns to theatres, but will audiences play along?