For film buffs or all sorts, this year brought some very cool reissues of classic movies that deserve the souped-up treatment.
Haunted houses, creepy towns, and the latest series from Eibon Press take the spooky spotlight as Halloween approaches The Week in Horror.
John Carpenter’s Vampires is a unique entry in the director’s canon, and worth revisiting in its latest iteration.
When Rob Zombie took on the ‘Halloween’ mythos, he also challenged fans the world over to reconsider their views of the Boogeyman, Michael Myers.
If you have yet to see the new ‘Joker’ movie, Tim Murr would like you to keep your opinions about it to yourself. Also: ‘Halloween’ sequel casting news!
‘The Week in Horror’ takes three genre greats and slaps them together in the same article. King! Carpenter! Fessenden! It’s the club sandwich of horror!
Tim Murr says farewell to Lorraine Warren, hello to ‘Swamp Thing,’ welcome to a Fulci biopic, and a happy birthday to Antonio Bay on ‘The Week in Horror.’
‘The Week in Horror’ kicks off February with ‘Horror Noire,’ Women in Horror Month, news about some high-profile remakes, and the remembrance of a legend.
This week, Songs in the Key of X discusses and presents five of the greatest tracks written by John Carpenter.
The Curse of Michael Myers never had to be a bad movie and in fact there was a legendary work print that existed on a rough bootleg, which circulated among fans for years.
It’s hard to decide whether to love or hate Rick Rosenthal’s ‘Halloween II,’ so why not do both? Jeffery X Martin reviews the same movie twice.
John Carpenter’s Halloween is a classic. That is a scientific fact of science. Even if you’re not a fan of the film, you can’t deny the power of the soundtrack, the simple brilliance of its scare construction, and the impact it has had on the entire horror genre.