Some very cool horror news dropped this week, including a first screening for Boogeyman Pop, a Nightbreed tv series, and more!
A Rob Zombie box set?! New Pop!? Find out about this and more in The Week In Horror.
Is it even remotely possible that a new Hellraiser film, without Doug Bradley as Pinhead and with no connection to Clive Barker, can possibly good? Especially after the series devolved … Continue reading Trailer Time – ‘Hellraiser: Judgement’
Author, artist, and playwright Clive Barker made his directorial debut on September 18, 1987. He was adapting his own novel The Hellbound Heart, which would become the seminal work of horror … Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: ‘Hellraiser’ at 30
On this special 31 Days of Horror edition of Heroes and Villains, we’ll be looking at a variety of comics out this week and last, from a variety of genres … Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: Heroes and Villains – Reviewing Recent Comics 10-4-2017
Are you curious about the film that made Clive Barker throw up his hands and start directing his own story adaptations? Rawhead Rex is that film.
This time on Heroes and Villains, we’ll be looking at a variety of comics out this week and last, from a variety of genres. Meet me after the jump for … Continue reading Heroes and Villains – Reviewing Recent Comics 6-21-2017
It’s been ten months since The Doctor and The Master/Missy/Mistress crossed swords last, and other than a few minutes last night, and a holiday adventure with Santa Claus, we “Doctor … Continue reading Doctor Who S09 E01: The Magician’s Apprentice
We’ve talked about this before, and finally it’s happened, the “Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy” animated series is finally here. With the success of the movie, Marvel has done what … Continue reading Guardians of the Galaxy S01 E01: Road to Knowhere
The Cenobite bites it. The Order of the Gash lays smashed and shattered upon a mound of bones and blood, confined forever to a sea of dust and ash. This … Continue reading David Sandford Ward travels to Hell in Clive Barker’s The Scarlet Gospels
Horror Cinema has been experiencing a rennaisance as of late, with indies such as THE BABADOOK and IT FOLLOWS being prime examples of this “new blood” transfusion. Now, we can add SPRING to the list of genre trailblazers.
I had the chance to sit down with Benson and Moorhead in advance of last Friday’s premiere screening, to talk about SPRING’s genesis, the search for their film’s young lovers, mythology and monsters.
Ron McKenzie begins his new weekly column on the decade that made him the genre-nerd he is today: the 80s.