Another week has come and gone and here we again, kids; time for your Week In Horror, with new on REC, The Crow and more!
To re-watch the intro to Hilarious House of Frightenstein is to be reminded that we grew up with some weird stuff in our day. I honestly hadn’t though about this show in years, but here we are today with the news that its coming back!
Hello, fiends! It’s time for another Week In Horror. I hope everyone has enjoyed the long weekend and thanked a vet, if you had the chance. This week we’re looking at Halloween news, a GTD action figure, and lots more!
Every time a new Stephen King novel hits shelves, I get excited. I just can’t help it. I’m a fan. And while I don’t think everything King writes is a classic, I can tell you that, for me, The Outsider is one of his most gripping page-turners.
In this week’s The Week In Horror, Lars Von Trier creates controversy, Godzilla has a change of plans, and Wes Craven’s Swamp Thing gets the Blu treatment.
1983’s Mausoleum doesn’t make a lick of sense, but fans of old-school drive-in horror might find some enjoyment in its practical makeup effects and general silliness.
With “A Walk Through Hell”, Aftershock Comics taps two comic book masters on the shoulder – and they bring horror to the masses!
The internet needs to calm down about reshoots and teaser trailers because there is real news to discuss on this edition of The Week in Horror.
Izzy Lee’s latest short film My Monster is just one more example of the filmmaker’s mastery of diverse types of storytelling.
While The Devonsville Terror may look like another cheap video nasty from the 1980s, this movie has a lot to say about atrocious male attitudes towards women.
It’s a hard life when you have to look at a book highlighting a great Canadian artist, edited by one of your good friends, and written by another. Oh, woe is me, however will I manage to get through Ghoulish: The Art of Gary Pullin, written by April Snellings?
Pretty well, I can happily tell you.
Swamp Thing series, Blumhouse on TV, Aja meets Raimi + more, all on this installment of The Week in Horror.