When the collected edition of The New Mutants: Dead Souls came across my figurative desk for 31 Days of Horror I was a bit perplexed. How do the New Mutants, which I had always viewed as “the JV X-Men” or “that book that became X-Force”, relate to horror? Well, after I was a few pages I was convinced I was reading the right book.
One of the most anticipated video game of the season (and by that, I mean the Season of the Witch, Samhain, Halloween, ya dig?) is Call of Cthulhu: The Official Video Game.
A samurai warrior goes on a killing spree in rural Wisconsin and nobody knows why, including the filmmakers, in 1983’s ‘Blood Beat.’
Over the years, when films have come my way starring Michael Ironside, I’ve begged and pleaded (usual in a professional manner…usually) with our PR reps to let me interview the man. Finally, with Ironside starring in the new film Knuckleball, the opportunity came my way this week, and I jumped on it.
Halloween makes for perfect horror of the superhero type with an old-school shriek-fest featuring your favourite masks, capes and monsters!
The short-lived television series, Hannibal, has spawned one of the more active fandoms in recent memory. This weekend, devotees of the show, who refer to themselves as Fannibals, will converge … Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: Fannibal Fest 2018 Noshes on Toronto This October
I don’t know about you, but I’ve always found the original Pet Sematary to be a damn frightening film, so I curious to see how this new version stacks up.
The main draw of the book is the BRAND NEW Swamp Thing tale by Brian Azzarello and Greg Capullo which is amazing.
This week in horror, an look at Pet Sematary, Venom’s numbers, the passing of Scott Wilson, and much more!
In today’s 31 Days of Horror installment, we look at the enduring legacy of the vampire bunny Bunnicula, who’s been drinking the juices of vegetables for decades.
We’ve all got our own, personal, horror stories, don’t we? And they’re all likely in the telling, aren’t they? Perfect for the October season, these likely stories are the horrifically likeliest of all!
Which version of the Frankenstein monster do you prefer: the urbane, melancholy creature from Mary Shelley’s book or the hulking, flat-headed behemoth from the silver screen? No matter which of the two iterations is your favorite, you’ll find something to enjoy in two new books available this Halloween season.