For Scotty G, Michael Myers in Halloween Kills is the purist representation of evil. But how is the rest of the movie?
Take a bite out of this edition of Figure Friday, featuring Jason Voorhees and a zombified Captain America.
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.
A Batman classic, perfect reading for the spooky season, gets reissued today in a handsome new hardcover deluxe edition!
Take a look at The Black Phone, coming this February from the amazing team of Scott Derrickson, C. Robert Cargill, Joe Hill, and Ethan Hawke.
Soldier of Cinema’s Robert A. Mitchell’s Scene That Shook Me is from 1983’s nuclear apocalypse TV movie, ‘The Day After’ on ABC.
E.A. Henson keeps thinks spooky in with a look at this year’s Archie Halloween Spectacular and the animated adaptation of The Long Halloween.
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!
This spooky season, what could possibly be more frightening than visiting…or revisiting…muah-ha-ha!…the freed denizens of Gotham City’s most notorious asylum?
Get a first taste of the new horror anthology film, Grave Intentions.