There’s always a stigma when you’re perceived as different, and the Michael-free ‘Halloween III: Season of the Witch’ suffers unfairly from that syndrome.
The Prince of Lies, The First of the Fallen, The Light Bringer, The Morning Star, The Lord of Hell…and one-time night-club owner heralds a brand new Vertigo Comics with a brand new first issue!
Tim Murr looks at the genesis, success, and failure of Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers, the beginning of the Thorn Trilogy.
It’s hard to decide whether to love or hate Rick Rosenthal’s ‘Halloween II,’ so why not do both? Jeffery X Martin reviews the same movie twice.
October means there’s a lot going on the fright film front, and Tim Murr has collected some prime pieces of news for The Week in Horror.
John Carpenter’s Halloween is a classic. That is a scientific fact of science. Even if you’re not a fan of the film, you can’t deny the power of the soundtrack, the simple brilliance of its scare construction, and the impact it has had on the entire horror genre.
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!
Vincenzo Natali makes a guest appearance at this year’s Fannibal Fest in Toronto, discussing his work on the groundbreaking television series.