Dreaditorials: Horror Editorials

31 Days of Halloween Horror Movies 2014: Week Three Recap
Written by Goon, Posted 277 Days Ago. | 5 Comments
It’s week three already of my 31 Days of Halloween marathon! This year it has really flown by. In just about a week Halloween will be upon us. If you have missed previous recaps you can check out week one here and week two here. If you’re looking for a list of horror movies you [...]

Forgotten Horror Gem: The Monster Club
Written by Gwendolyn Kiste, Posted 284 Days Ago. | 1 Comment
As a continuation of my Forgotten Horror Gem series, today we return to 1981 when horror remained in its heyday and old-school actors still made regular appearances in seemingly random films. A favorite of late-night horror hosts, The Monster Club used to appear on the Saturday afternoon horror double features back when mainstream television stations catered to genre [...]

31 Days of Halloween Horror Movies 2014: Week Two Recap
Written by Goon, Posted 285 Days Ago. | No Comments
I’m back again with another recap of my horror viewing escapades during my 31 Days of Halloween marathon. Last week had a pretty good line up of movies that I hadn’t seen that were also relatively recent. You can check out last weeks recap right here. I always preface by saying this is by no [...]

Top 10 Horror Comics Out For Halloween 2014
Written by Stephanie Joyce, Posted 292 Days Ago. | No Comments
So I’m a huge fan of comics and, being the month of spook-tacular mirth, there are plenty of unique and much beloved titles getting a re-“vamp” just in-time for the best season of the year. I’m choosing to focus specifically on the top 10 horror comics that came out this month, October 2014,  as there [...]

31 Days of Halloween Horror Movies 2014: Week One Recap
Written by Goon, Posted 293 Days Ago. | No Comments
It’s that time of the year again when I give up a little part of my sanity to watch 31 horror movies in 31 days. Yep, its Halloween. Last year was the roughest year I have ever had doing this. I had a lot of real life responsibilities at the time but I wasn’t going [...]

Important Observations from Binging the Entire SAW Series
Written by Ben Mueller, Posted 298 Days Ago. | 8 Comments
The original Saw celebrates its 10-year anniversary this Halloween, with a special midnight rerelease of the film that launched the most successful horror franchise of all time. That’s ten years of getting “Hello Zepp” stuck in your head, not understanding about a million plot flashbacks, and wondering just what the hell Cary Elwes was doing with himself, both on [...]

Telluride Horror Show Part 2
Written by Shaun Huhn, Posted 301 Days Ago. | No Comments
The programmers of the Telluride Horror Show have been working around the clock to create a perfect lineup for their fifth annual festival. We covered the first wave of titles which included an amazing array of dark comedy, gory brutality, logical found footage, deadly close encounters of the third kind, werewolves, Dr. Frankenstein, and haunted [...]

Knott’s Scary Farm 2014 Review
Written by Jason McDonald, Posted 305 Days Ago. | No Comments
It may be September, but the Halloween season is in full swing here in California.  Over the years the business of scaring people has boomed and many theme parks and attractions are looking to cash in on this by opening up their holiday haunts earlier and earlier.  Am I complaining? Hell no.  I just can’t [...]

Top Ten Men of Hammer Films
Written by Gwendolyn Kiste, Posted 305 Days Ago. | 6 Comments
As the long-awaited (or perhaps more aptly, the long-delayed) follow-up to my previous article on the Top Ten Women of Hammer Films, here are the top ten men of Hammer films. Because after all, we’re equal opportunity around here. Peter van Eyck Although Peter van Eyck co-starred in only one Hammer film, this one is a [...]

Head To The Mountains: Telluride Horror Show Lineup
Written by Shaun Huhn, Posted 307 Days Ago. | No Comments
The best kept secret in genre festivals is coming back for its fifth year. In MovieMaker’s list of the “13 Horror Film Festivals To Die For,” The Telluride Horror Show stands out, and for good reason. Since its humble beginnings in 2010, The Telluride Horror Show has been host to a slew of the greatest [...]

Chilling & Must See Found Footage Horror Movies
Written by Jared, Posted 308 Days Ago. | 10 Comments
I have no problems admitting I’m an absolute sucker for found footage-style films.  The problem is, as with most horror genres, you have to watch a lot of really awful movies to find a good one, but once you find that perfectly crafted film, oh man is it worth it!  In my opinion (and I hope [...]

Happy Birthday Stephen King: A History of Stephen King Film Adaptations
Written by PoppaScotch, Posted 312 Days Ago. | 11 Comments
It’s extremely hard to dispute the fact that Stephen King hasn’t had an effect on all things horror since his first novel Carrie was released back in 1974.  In the time since, Stephen King has became an international success and the recipient of much deserved critical acclaim.  His first novel Carrie was also his first [...]

New Perspective: The Lost Boys As A Homosexual Film
Written by CineNiche, Posted 315 Days Ago. | 8 Comments
  Carl Jung spoke of the wanderer archetype, which states certain people are destined to wonder the world seeking meaning, but normally never finding it. Vampires fulfill this archetype; they are beyond the bounds of society. They are on the outskirts, always forced to watch but never truly be a part of life. In Joel [...]

Final Thoughts on Telltale’s Walking Dead Season Two
Written by Jason McDonald, Posted 318 Days Ago. | No Comments
WARNING: This article contains major spoilers regarding Telltale’s “Walking Dead: Season Two.”  This includes the recent finale and all other episodes.  It also contains spoilers regarding “Walking Dead: Season One.”  So if you haven’t played that one, why are you even reading this? This is your last warning. Telltale’s first season of “The Walking Dead” [...]

Top Ten Movies to Watch This Fall
Written by Gwendolyn Kiste, Posted 321 Days Ago. | 6 Comments
The fall season is almost upon us, and there is no better time of year to go on a horror movie watching marathon than when the leaves are toppling from trees and the air turns crisp and bitter. But not just any film will do. While Friday the 13th and Sleepaway Camp are ideal for [...]

Horror Sidekick Spotlight: Peter Lorre
Written by Gwendolyn Kiste, Posted 334 Days Ago. | 4 Comments
For the inaugural Horror Sidekick Spotlight, let’s travel back to the 1930s when cinema was still in its infancy and horror films were just getting their claws into the world’s psyche. Perhaps no actor in Hollywood history has embodied the mischievous minion quite like Peter Lorre. Arguably, his most famous films were his collaborations with Humphrey Bogart, including The [...]

Top 5 Horror Directors Who Have Gone Mainstream
Written by Stephanie Joyce, Posted 334 Days Ago. | 3 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 338 Days Ago. | 6 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 342 Days Ago. | 1 Comment
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 345 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, [...]