Chris’ Best Horror Films of 2017
Written by Chris Savage, January 15, 2018
And so, 2017 is over and what a year it was. For me, personally, it was an awakening one as my first child was born and it has been fantastic, its been a struggle, granted, trying to juggle being a dad and feeding my excessive horror appetite, but we did it. And hence why my favorite horror films

Most Anticipated Horror Movies of 2018
Written by Jason McDonald, January 2, 2018
Happy New Year everyone, how are we doing this lovely day?  Nursing a nasty little hangover? Try eating some spicy ramen, I find that really helps me. You know what else helps? Reading a list! We have a whole 365 days ahead of us and plenty of horror movies to enjoy on the horizon.  This

Most Disappointing Horror Movies of 2017
Written by Jason McDonald, December 31, 2017
This year was filled with plenty of highs when it came to the quality of films put out, but with so many peaks there are bound to be plenty of valleys. It’d be easy to pick out movies that are just plain bad, those come out all the time, so instead I opted to pick

Jason’s Top Ten Horror Movies of 2017
Written by Jason McDonald, December 31, 2017
We did it everyone. Pat yourself on the back, we survived another year . . . somehow. And, hey, despite all the madness going on it was actually an amazing year for movies! We’re definitely gonna need all this escapist entertainment in the coming apocalypse. This was an amazing year for horror and one of

It’s Time to Return to Silent Hill
Written by Jason McDonald, December 14, 2017
Last week, during the Video Game Awards, they showed a rather lengthy trailer for “Death Stranding” the new video game from Hideo Kojima featuring Norman Reedus (Walking Dead) and Guillermo Del Toro.  While I’m cautiously excited for that game, it got me thinking about the now dead “Silent Hills” game that had lit the world

Now that George Romero Has a Star on the Walk of Fame How About Jack Pierce?
Written by Jason McDonald, October 13, 2017
Earlier today it was revealed that George A. Romero was going to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. And of course it goes without saying that the star is well deserved as George was integral to not only creating the modern zombie, but being a fantastic horror movie director. However, when I

Queen Mary Dark Harbor 2017 Review
Written by Jason McDonald, October 3, 2017
Another week and another Halloween attraction has opened up.  While the ranking of Dark Harbor is up for debate, there’s no denying that the Queen Mary is the one of the best locations for a haunted attraction in the US. What better place to scare people than a supposedly haunted ship? The Queen Mary may

‘Saw’ is Coming Back to Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights
Written by Jason McDonald, August 15, 2017
We’re nearly half-way through with August, so you know what that means. It’s time to start thinking about all Halloween festivities that are right around the corner. You might be thinking that we have to get through September still before we get to October, but in the haunted attraction world September is the new October.

Top Ten Horror Movie Chainsaw Kills
Written by Carrion, June 4, 2017
For as long as we have had the modern slasher movie, we have had countless weapons to dispatch the weak or the immoral. Sometimes the victims just happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. One of the most feared and revered weapons of the genre has to be the chainsaw. It’s

Where Have the Horror Cartoons Gone?
Written by Chris Savage, January 22, 2017
I think as time winds on, we often get a little nostalgic from time to time. For me though, it doesn’t take much to trigger a fond memory of days gone by, you’d think I’d have a case of those “Member berries” from South Park lying around the amount I procrastinate about the good ol’ days.

Top 5 Creepy Books for Women in Horror Month
Written by Gwendolyn Kiste, January 21, 2017
Women in Horror Month is right around the corner, so now is the perfect time to catch up on reading some female-penned scary stories. And while Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and Shirley Jackson’s The Haunting of Hill House are staples on every literary horror lover’s bookshelf, let’s delve into a few authors that maybe you aren’t

9 Awesome Christmas Themed Short Horror Films You Must See!
Written by Chris Savage, December 22, 2016
**[UPDATE]** As more and more Christmas themed shorts are created, I’ll be growing this list with the best that I can find, so enjoy and check out the festive mayhem below! I’m pretty sure you guys have seen every single Christmas-themed horror movie known to man, and let’s be honest, you can only watch the same

‘Blair Witch’ 2016 Made Less Than ‘Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2’ This Weekend
Written by Jason McDonald, September 18, 2016
Let me preface this by saying that I don’t think box office results are indicative of movie quality. Otherwise the last few “Transformer” films would have been damn near masterpieces in cinema.  However, something happened at the box office this weekend that I think is worth talking about. As you all know “Blair Witch” hit

Haunted Houses: Horror Movie Filming Locations You Can Actually Visit
Written by Herner Klenthur, September 11, 2016
No matter how mentally tough you think you are, there is nothing eerier than going to an actual horror movie location. One of the coolest aspects of horror films is that sometimes the filming locations are at real places. This means that you can actually put yourself in the shoes of the characters in certain

The “Real Life” Conspiracy behind NETFLIX’s Stranger Things
Written by Cameron Evans, July 23, 2016
If you’re a fan of ‘80s horror or Steven Spielberg’s Amblin movies, chances are you’ve spent this week binging the Duffer Brothers’ new Netflix series Stranger Things. The show was added to the streaming service on Friday, just in time for cinephiles to camp out in their underwear and spend the weekend in a nostalgic

Five Horror Films to Beat the Summer Heat
Written by Jason McDonald, June 30, 2016
Judging by the way things are going so far, this will most likely be an intensely hot summer.  I don’t know about you, but I’m a Fall season kind of guy, so when the temperature starts to rise I start to wilt. The only thing that could possibly help is the distraction of a bone

13 Horror Movies To Watch on Mothers Day
Written by Herner Klenthur, May 8, 2016
Its Mother’s day this weekend which means today you should be doing incredibly nice things for your mother dearest. If you dont you might just face her wrath! In honor of Mothers Day we are looking at 13 horror movies to watch on Mothers Day that are sure to make you want to hug your

Mother’s Day Horror Movies
Written by MovieMaven, May 8, 2016
Here it is Mother’s Day again. What better way to say I love you, Mom, than to treat her to some horror films with a matriarchal theme? It may seem as if women have gotten the shaft as far as horror films are concerned. But I think there are plenty out there that celebrate our

Happy Valentine’s Day: Ten Worst Married Couples of Horror
Written by Gwendolyn Kiste, February 14, 2016
So Valentine’s Day is upon us, that overwrought occasion filled with far too many phony chocolates and more than a few wilting flowers. But not everyone is having a saccharine time. In fact, some couples are experiencing anything but wedded bliss. For your horror-loving pleasure, I give you the top ten worst married couples of

Valentine Day Horror Movie Suggestions
Written by Herner Klenthur, February 14, 2016
It is that time of the year again where corporations force us to buy gifts and chocolate under the pretext of some kind of holiday. ( Boy am I snarky today ). What better way to spend Valentine day then to watch some horror films whether alone or with a loved one. If they love