While there’s so much to love about David Fincher’s Se7en, today we’re celebrating its legendary opening credits.
Read Tim Murr’s review of ‘To Wallow in Ash and Other Sorrows,’ the debut short story collection by author Sam Richard.
For fans ,the House of 1000 Corpses vinyl release from Waxwork Records is an gorgeous addition to your Rob Zombie collection.
John Carpenter’s Vampires is a unique entry in the director’s canon, and worth revisiting in its latest iteration.
Tim Murr hurls himself headlong into all kinds of 70s low-budget horror with Arrow Video’s ‘American Horror Project, Vols. 1 & 2.’
Lucio Fulci’s ‘House by the Cemetery’ and Ted Geoghegan’s ‘We Are Still Here’ prove that home isn’t always the safe haven it is meant to be.
The ring has always had its share of scary wrestlers of all kinds. Take a look at Jeffery X Martin’s favorite grappling goons.
Tim Murr reviews the new book from Paul Lubaczewski, ‘I Never Eat… Cheesesteak,’ which introduces a new kind of vampire hunter.
Make some room in your brainpan for some of Jeffery X Martin’s favorite music from scary movies on this episode of Songs in the Key of X!
‘The Amusement Park,’ George Romero’s lost film from 1973, screens next month! Plus: Leatherface returns and Freddy disappears in The Week in Horror.
The trailer for the Netflix original ‘In The Tall Grass’ has arrived.
We’re looking back at Rob Zombie’s 31 and his classic character creation Doom-Head, as we countdown to 3 From Hell.