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Top 5 Horror Directors Who Have Gone Mainstream
Written by Stephanie Joyce, Today | No Comments
Who would of thought film-makers that made you double-check under your bed and your closet before you went to sleep at night would become the mainstream blockbuster power-houses that they are today. Let’s take a look at some of our favorite (or at least mine) cult-classic horror films as we trace back the roots of [...]

Cannibalism, Sexuality and Zombies, Exploring The Walking Dead
Written by Stephanie Joyce, Posted 4 Days Ago. | 5 Comments
They finally done it. Robert Kirkman and the crew behind The Walking Dead finally gave  the audience something to be afraid of that is perhaps more bone-chilling than the flesh-eating zombies in the first 4 seasons; free-thinking “humans” (and I use this term loosely) that choose to put their morals behind them and eat other [...]

Top 7 Horror Movie Weapons: Mass Destruction
Written by Stephanie Joyce, Posted 8 Days Ago. | No Comments
You had a bad day. Everyone has them. But what do you do when a dark and dreary evil unleashes some demonic force (as most dark and dreary evils do) and you are surrounded by hellish beings whose sole-existence is bent on your destruction? No, you can’t reach for your favorite blanket or comfort food… [...]

Forgotten Horror Gem: Daughters of Darkness
Written by Gwendolyn Kiste, Posted 11 Days Ago. | 1 Comment
For Part Two in my Forgotten Horror Gem series, let’s travel back to the 1970s, a time when horror was in a renaissance and vampires could sparkle and still be cool. Daughters of Darkness is a 1971 English-language Belgian vampire film, a description which should tell you right there that it’s going to be something else entirely. Truth be told, [...]

Pain is Temporary, Film is Forever: 6 Badass Horror Documentaries
Written by Jared, Posted 12 Days Ago. | 4 Comments
There are a ton of horror movie documentaries out there, and a ton of good ones at that. As a filmmaker, the cream of the crop horror documentaries are ones of the “making of” variety, ones that show the filmmaking process and just how painstaking  yet rewarding making a movie can be. Some of these [...]

What Horror Movies Mean To Me!
Written by Krista Crawford, Posted 17 Days Ago. | 6 Comments
I was eight years old, solidly entranced by the opening logo of New Line Cinema. I had done it. I had managed to convince my mother, Judge, Jury, and Executioner in our house, that watching Nightmare on Elm Street with my father, would, in no way, have any sort of adverse effect on my sleeping [...]

7 Most Terrifying Horror Films Of All Time
Written by PoppaScotch, Posted 26 Days Ago. | 10 Comments
Us horror goons are a sick group of people.  We watch films that most of society disregards because they contain scenes of rampant sex and violence that we find entertaining.  Movies that leave the masses scared to death on Halloween are our Tuesday night time-wasters. We like to think we’ve seen it all when it [...]

Ten Coolest Pets in Horror Movies
Written by Gwendolyn Kiste, Posted 27 Days Ago. | 4 Comments
Scary films and cuddly animals don’t seem like an obvious match. Over the years, however, genre fans have met countless adorable pets. Some have been good. Some have been bad. Some have been good but then turned bad. But all of them deserve a special place in our gore-loving hearts. So in honor of Fluffy and [...]

10 Best Serial Killer Movies
Written by Herner Klenthur, Posted 27 Days Ago. | 18 Comments
I am a sucker for serial killer movies and over the years we have experience some true gems. This Top 10 horror movies list is my tribute to the ten best serial killers put to film. Obviously tastes will vary but that is what makes things interesting! I can say with confidence that even if [...]

32 Most Influential Horror Movies Of All Time
Written by Herner Klenthur, Posted 27 Days Ago. | 19 Comments
What makes a film influential?  A film may be really good – but really have no impact on the genre at large.  The same can be said for successful films – there is really no correlation between the size of the box office for a film and the degree of influence the movie has on [...]

Photos From The Walking Dead Escape
Written by Jason McDonald, Posted 29 Days Ago. | No Comments
You want to hear an embarrassing story? I was all set-up to run “The Walking Dead Escape” during San Diego Comic Con.  However, a day before the event I took a tumble at the convention center and hurt my knee.  Alright, maybe that isn’t super embarrassing, but it was disappointing because I was looking forward [...]

INTERVIEW: We Talk See No Evil 2 With The Soska Twins
Written by Jason McDonald, Posted 32 Days Ago. | 1 Comment
I think this is my final Comic-Con post.  Thank-god. I’m tired of talking about Comic-Con, it just reminds me of the giant blisters I have.  However, for our final post, we got to do one last roundtable discussion and this time it was with the cast and crew of “See No Evil 2.” If you [...]

Cast and Crew of ‘Leprechaun: Origins’ Interview
Written by Jason McDonald, Posted 32 Days Ago. | No Comments
While Comic-Con is primarily known for comic books and the big blockbuster superhero features, just about every movie genre can be found at the yearly event.  Horror had a fairly strong presence this years with many horror television programs and feature films jumping into the fray.  Lionsgate was kind enough to invite us to one [...]

23 Best Horror Movie Remakes
Written by Herner Klenthur, Posted 33 Days Ago. | 111 Comments
Most of us our instant reaction to a horror remake is ‘not again’ but sometimes as horror fans we really just need to pull the stick out.  I have done a few pieces on horror remakes and if there is one thing that we can all likely agree on its the fact that as a [...]

Comic-Con Day 1 in Photos
Written by Jason McDonald, Posted 36 Days Ago. | No Comments
I just got back in from my first day at San Diego Comic-Con and I have a few things to share with you.  In this post I’ll be sharing a few photos of some of the things I saw while wandering around Comic-Con.  I’ll also be attaching a few thoughts or comments to explain the [...]

The Ten Best Horror Short Stories
Written by Gwendolyn Kiste, Posted 45 Days Ago. | 12 Comments
As a horror writer, I subsist on genre fiction. I blame my parents who read me Bradbury and Bloch while I was still in grade school. So in honor of the many classic works of horror fiction, here are ten of the best horror short stories–with a focus on American authors (we’ll save the international list for [...]

Thrills and Chills- The Nightmare Before Christmas Ride
Written by Jason McDonald, Posted 48 Days Ago. | No Comments
While we normally talk about things that currently exist or that may exist very soon, this week we’re taking a look at something that never existed. When “The Nightmare Before Christmas” was initially released, it wasn’t a very popular movie.  But the film survived by being a cult favorite and then it resurged into pop [...]

Alfred Hitchcock’s Greatest Films
Written by Gwendolyn Kiste, Posted 54 Days Ago. | 12 Comments
Without a doubt, Alfred Hitchcock is one of the greatest purveyors of cinema the silver screen has ever seen. While most of the Master of Suspense’s films are more thriller than horror, modern day genre auteurs will forever owe Hitch a huge debt for his ability to terrify in even the most mundane situations. After [...]

Exclusive Interview : Lowell Dean of WolfCop
Written by Herner Klenthur, Posted 58 Days Ago. | No Comments
We asked Wolfcop director Lowell Dean about his new movie, prejudice against women in the horror genre, his thoughts on remakes and so much more! [...]

Exclusive Interview: Bruce Campbell ‘The Legend’
Written by Herner Klenthur, Posted 58 Days Ago. | No Comments
I had a chance to talk to the legendary B movie actor and let me tell you it was an absolute treat. This is the second time I have interviewed Bruce Campbell and true to form he doesnt hide behind his people... he is an in your face, straight to the point... fun guy! Its [...]