Scarenthood delivers “a really great blend of humour, a dash of the mundane, and the creeping supernatural dread that make for a scary and relatable story.”
The Week In Horror shares news on some limited edition Waxwork Records Frankenstein collectibles and much more.
From The Shining to Jaws 3-D, Andy Burns looks back at the horror films that made him a fan in our latest 31 Days of Horror instalment.
With the Friday The 13th Collection: Deluxe Edition Blu-ray set, Scream Factory has done an exceptional job of giving horror fans their money’s worth.
There’s so much horror goodness in comics this October! E.A. Henson looks at Halloween Man: Beyond October and the Trick ‘R Treat 10th Anniversary Omnibus.
Melissa Meszaros of Don’t Hide PR shares her love of Edward Furlong in today’s 31 Days of Horror guest blog.
Guest writer Dorianne Emmerton drops by Biff Bam Pop!’s 31 Days of Horror to share the 5 films that made them love horror.
Biff Bam Pop’s Marie Gilbert returns with a list of 6 films that made her love horror, including classics from Universal and Hammer.
There are a whole lot of Halloween themed comics hitting the stands this month, including specials devoted to Archie and Swamp Thing.
If you’re looking for a cinematic way to interact with content, Macroverse is a comic book reading app that’s doing so, with a perfect new story here just in time for Halloween.
It’s always fun to see writers play in each other’s playgrounds, and in The Immortal Hulk: The Threshing Place, Jeff Lemire does a solid job maintaining the tone Al Ewing has honed for The Immortal Hulk
In the latest installment of 31 Days of Horror, author and academic Lindsay Hallam shares 5 films that made her love horror.