Argento, Cronenberg and Refn make their way to the small screen and we bid a fond farewell to Robert Forster in The Week in Horror.
Large news on the remake front, crazy things happening in the DC Universe, John Carpenter returns to comics, and more in The Week in Horror.
The trailer for Jen and Sylvia Soska’s ‘Rabid’ is soaked with blood and terrible sex, and what is CM Punk doing here? Check it out.
Independent publishing house Weirdpunk Books delivers demented horror stories based on the universes of the best fringe bands and directors.
Those properties you like are coming back in style, and Tim Murr has all the gooey goodness for you to lick off your fingers ‘The Week in Horror.
Fiends! It is time once again for your Week In Horror and have you taken advantage of Barnes and Noble’s 50% off Criterion sale?!?
Some very cool horror news dropped this week, including a first screening for Boogeyman Pop, a Nightbreed tv series, and more!
On this special 31 Days of Horror edition of Creations of Chaos, it’s changeling foxes, voodoo dolls, mean girl regrets, and my least favorite thing ever, eyeball stuff. It’s Four … Continue reading 31 Days of Horror 2017: Creations of Chaos: Four Creepy Animated Shorts
The Zygons are back, terrible whispering and shape-shifting “Doctor Who” monsters who make Whovians new and old hide behind their sofas, and this time, they’re playing for keeps. What can … Continue reading Doctor Who S09 E07: The Zygon Invasion
It’s October, and here at Biff Bam Pop! that means 31 Days of Horror, a month-long celebration of all forms of the macabre in pop culture. “The Ten Percent” wanted … Continue reading The 31 Days of Horror Edition of The Ten Percent – Circling the Pit: Ten Themes (and 31 films) for Thinking About Horror
BALLISTIC, 2013’s gonzo dysmorphic sci-fi headtrip by Adam Egypt Mortimer and Darick Robertson, has been republished in a handy-dandy easy-to-carry collected edition by Black Mask Studios. If you missed it the first time around, now’s your chance to pick it up. And you should. You really, REALLY should.
Body-Horror: (aka biological horror, organic horror or venereal horror) is horror fiction in which the horror is principally derived from the graphic destruction or degeneration of the body. Such works … Continue reading Livin’ in the 80s: Videodrome