The Frankenstein monster, the return of Raimi, and a long-lost collaboration from Italy’s masters of horror make the news in The Week in Horror.
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.
Sharks at a certain depth in the water, worms in a desert land with little water, and a mad scientist who knows what water is at in The Week in Horror.
Blue Underground’s excellent 4K restoration places Italian director Lucio Fulci’s most infamous work, ‘The New York Ripper,’ back into the spotlight.
‘The Week in Horror’ laments ‘Swamp Thing’ and ‘Dark Phoenix,’ but has high hopes for the big pig in the Outback movie, ‘Boar.’
Fulci lives, and so do Pennywise and some 90s vampires in ‘The Week in Horror.’ Plus a whole bunch of crocodiles! Where did those come from?
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.’
‘Channel Zero’ gets canceled, creepy kids invade the cinema, and new releases on home video and in print dominate The Week in Horror.
Horror novelist and Biff Bam Pop! contributor, Jeffery X Martin, reveals his favorite pieces of entertainment from the outgoing year, 2018.
There is all kinds of horror stuff going on as this year comes grinding to an end, and Tim Murr’s got the juicy bits in ‘The Week in Horror.’
The Blue Underground 4K restoration Blu-ray of Lucio Fulci’s ‘Zombie’ might be more gorgeous than the movie deserves, but you should buy it anyway.
Can Evrenol is nothing if not a student of the horror game, and his new film Housewife plays out like a highlight reel of his influences.