From the sounds to the sites, Melissa Meszaros looks at the special ingredients that make Rob Zombie’s movies uniquely his own.
Scotty G returns to Biff Bam Pop! for 31 Days Of Horror and shares his picks for the scariest animated sequences in Disney history.
From Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein to Misery, author Jason Sechrest shares the five films that made him love horror.
As October comes to a close and the wind gives off its chill, Hellstrom: Prince of Lies is a solid story to curl up with.
Anything For Jackson flips seamlessly from an almost intimate drama to a surprisingly well-appointed creature feature.
Madeline Sims-Fewer and Dusty Mancinelli’s Violation isn’t explicitly a horror film, but it’s grisly enough to be horror-adjacent.
In a special 31 Days of Horror edition of What’s Going On, Jeromme Graham celebrates scary tunes from Aphex Twin, Book Of Love, PJ Harvey, Fever Ray and Throbbing Gristle.
Writer Derrick Ferguson drops by to share his 5 Films That Made Me Love Horror as part of our 31 Days of Horror.
Writer Rich Douek (Sea of Sorrows, Road of Bones) shares his entry in our 5 Films That Made Me Love Horror, featuring some 80s genre classics.
In this edition of 5 Films That Made Me Love Horror, our own Tim Murr runs down that movies that made him love the genre.
As part of our 31 Days of Horror, Halloween Man creator Drew Edwards visits Biff Bam Pop! to share the 5 films that made him love horror.
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.”