The Week In Horror has news on the Evil Dead video game, new music from John Carptenter, and more!
Tim Murr and Andy Burns share some holiday gifts that the horror fan in your life would definitely appreciate.
Writer Rich Douek (Sea of Sorrows, Road of Bones) shares his entry in our 5 Films That Made Me Love Horror, featuring some 80s genre classics.
Rob Zombie’s Halloween films were ahead of their time tales of psychological and physical trauma meshed with his stock-in-trade cinematic vision.
Hello, fiends, it’s time for your Week in Horror! I’ve had my head buried in work all week and barely looked up to see what was going on, so let’s be surprised together!
What a week! I’m sure most of you are wishing October was already here, I certainly am. Without a doubt, an old friend of ours dominated the week.
Horror toys should be making a bloody splash at Toy Fair 2018.
Victor Crowley returns, plus lots more as we look at The Week in Horror.
This week: John Carpenter, All Pigs Must Die, Cable, Low Estate, Amenra, True Ghouls/Sea Ghouls John Carpenter, Anthology; Movie Themes 1974-1998: Available now (Sacred Bones Records) There’s almost nothing more synonymous … Continue reading Let Us Now Praise Noise: November 18, 2017
It’s that time of year when podcasts give way to my Halloween playlist. Who am I kidding? I listen to it throughout the year. As of this writing, my list … Continue reading 31 Days of Horror 2017: My Halloween Playlist
In the final special 31 Days of Horror edition for 2017 of Heroes and Villains, we’ll be looking at a variety of comics out this week and last, from a … Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: Heroes and Villains – Reviewing Recent Comics 10-25-2017
The Halloween franchise is near and dear to my heart as Part 4 was just coming out at a time when I was jumping into horror with both feet. Michael was on … Continue reading 31 Days Of Horror: Halloween III