In our exclusive interview, Buffy The Vampire Slayer alum James Marsters talks about his love of gaming, conventions in Covid times, and how he almost passed on Spike.
R.L. Stine takes a graphic novel turn that is so strange and terrifying that kids and adults everywhere will go…Just Beyond to read it!
It’s another spooktacular edition of Heroes & Villains, this time taking you into the developmental hell of Untold Horror, along with a collected edition of Scarenthood.
For Scotty G, Michael Myers in Halloween Kills is the purist representation of evil. But how is the rest of the movie?
Bridget Smith and Samuel Gonzalez Jr’s ‘The Retaliators’ is a fun, popcorny revenge flick with a blood-soaked rock music sensibility.
With their new 4K edition of Children of the Corn, Arrow Video really gives fans of the film their money’s worth.
Demigod is a great supernatural tale, thanks in large part to the performance from Rachel Nichols.
Seizure is one of the oddest of 1970s cinema oddities. It runs circles around itself attempting to combine fear and intelligence until it eventually collapses.
Welcome to Arrow Beach is a film about police corruption, the inherent emptiness of political campaigns, and the cultural refusal to believe women who say crimes have been committed against them.
Marie Gilbert’s The Scene That Shook Me for 31 Days of Horror is 1954’s THEM!
Jeffery ‘X’ Martin’s Scene That Shook Me is from 2002’s ‘The Mothman Prophecies’, starring Richard Gere!
Sachin Hingoo’s ‘Scene That Shook Me’ for 31 Days of Horror is from Alex Aja’s ‘Haute Tension’ (aka ‘High Tension’, aka ‘Switchblade Romance’)