15 Hilarious Indie Horror Films Every Fan Should See
Written by Herner Klenthur, June 1, 2014
I love horror comedies. I like em gorey, I like em cheesy and yeah I also like em with some great 80’s production values. That said I wanted to share films that are funny, gorey and abso-friggin-lutely hilarious. Admittedly all tastes differ but if you like b-movies, like gore, and like REASONABLE production values I

The Ten Best Horror Films of 2009
Written by PoppaScotch, June 1, 2014
Was it just me, or did 2009 go by quicker than a teenager staying at Chrystal Lake (GET IT!?!?!).  Also, it’s in my contract that along with every other website in the world, I have compiled my top 10 horror movies of 2009.  Now I want to remind you all again that just like last

Top Ten Bad (But Oh so Good) Horror Films
Written by MovieMaven, June 1, 2014
I spend a lot of time compiling lists of achievements in horror films. But then who doesn’t like to focus on the good? We love to talk about all those films that made a difference.  We give accolades and celebrate those icons of horror that prove this is a genre worthy of respect.  This week

Top Ten Horror Movie Sidekicks
Written by Gwendolyn Kiste, May 31, 2014
Oh, horror sidekicks: the true unsung heroes and heroines of the genre. Sometimes, they hang around just to play best friend to the protagonist, offering moral support and possibly supplying an extra tally mark to the final body count. Other times, these bastions of storytelling stop by to wreak havoc as they serve the side

The Ten Best Horror Movie Anthologies of All Time
Written by MovieMaven, May 19, 2014
This week I had planned to do the final installment of my three-part series on Top Ten Body Part Traumas but I decided instead to switch it up a bit and bring you this fun list instead. One of my beloved past times has always been to catch a little taste of terror on the

Must See Horror Films of the 1970s — Part Two
Written by Gwendolyn Kiste, May 18, 2014
As promised last week, here is Part Two of the Must See Horror Movies of the 1970s.  The competition for the final few spots was fierce, and yes, I did exclude a number of highly respected horror films (sorry, Deep Red and Deathdream fans).  If you haven’t already, be sure to check out Part One,

Must See Horror Films of the 1970s — Part One
Written by Gwendolyn Kiste, May 11, 2014
Like any successful horror movie, some articles get sequels. And same as those horror follow-ups, these articles should be done for the fans, not just the creator’s joy. As a continuation of my Best Horror Movies of the 1980s list, I hope this article will be as fun for you as it is for me.

4 Reasons Horror Has the Best Directors in Hollywood
Written by Gwendolyn Kiste, April 18, 2014
Horror gets a bad rap.  As a fan of the genre, you probably already realize this.  Non-aficionados throw out wild accusations like “It doesn’t take any talent to make a horror movie.  Anyone can do it!” or “All you care about in a movie is blood and boobs”.  Okay, for some of us, that last

10 Terrible Horror Movies With Great Titles
Written by Chris Egan, March 29, 2014
Movie titles are one of the most important parts of the entire process of film-making from inception, to the marketing and finally the release. It gives us insight to what the film will be about. In many cases it may even incite or deter us to/from seeing a particular movie. There are many instances of

The Best Horror Movie Monsters that Used No CGI — Part 1
Written by Gwendolyn Kiste, March 22, 2014
Since Universal Horror ruled the marquee, movie monsters have entertained us with their madcap, bloodthirsty antics. But these villains are not created equal. A skilled makeup artist understands that each design hinges on how the monster will elicit fear. Zombies, for example, are scary precisely because they’re made in our image, albeit a ravenous, reanimated

Top Ten Women of Hammer Films
Written by Gwendolyn Kiste, March 12, 2014
Ah, Hammer Film Productions. Any truly devoted horror fan thinks of those beautifully lavish studio sets and smiles. Alright, very few of you readers remember the sets quite so well as the buxom beauties that pranced across them, in glorious Technicolor no less. To say films don’t make ‘em like they used to doesn’t even

5 Things Horror Movies Taught Us about Witchcraft
Written by Gwendolyn Kiste, March 8, 2014
In just a few weeks, we’ll reach the Spring Equinox. You’re probably wondering why you should care. Most people don’t. Maybe you’ll see a quick blurb on a news site about the topic, but otherwise, an equinox tends to concern only astronomers and hippy-dippy New Age people who celebrate chakras and life energy. Oh, and

8 Badass Female Characters in Horror Films
Written by Gwendolyn Kiste, February 15, 2014
February is Women in Horror Month.   In honor of this momentous occasion, here are eight horror movie characters who prove being a girl doesn’t mean you’re not ready for war, even if said combat involves a maniac serial killer, an army of aliens, or a horde of zombies.   As a female badass, you just get

10 Horror Movie Diseases That Will Kill You Dead!
Written by Gwendolyn Kiste, February 8, 2014
Somewhere between the Midwest and the Eastern Seaboard, there’s a current plague going around. No, it’s not the one you’ve been waiting for, so put your Daryl Dixon-loving crossbow back on the shelf. It’s just the common flu. Perhaps you or someone you know is suffering from the aforementioned pestilence. If so, then it’s a

7 Horror Movie Couples that Make You Grateful to Be Single
Written by Gwendolyn Kiste, January 31, 2014
With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, your unlucky-in-love status might be on your mind lately. But don’t feel too bad if you’re on your own this February 14th. It could always be worse. You could be in some messy romantic entanglement like one of the seven couples below. Sure, you don’t have an evening

6 Iconic Horror Characters with Almost No Screen Time
Written by Gwendolyn Kiste, September 28, 2014
As a horror fan, you may sometimes feel like you’re spending more time with simpering victims instead of unflappable villains. And you’re probably right. Filmmakers like to deceive viewers with a litany of lead-up scares but no actual reveal. Other times, we hear swathes of back story about certain diabolical characters before they’re introduced, which

13 NetFlix Instant Horror Movies To Watch While You Still Can [ USA ]
Written by Herner Klenthur, January 5, 2014
Earlier we posted a list of 47 new horror titles that have just arrived on NETFLIX instant and it got many of our readers thinking about whether the service was starting to offer more for horror fans. I for one have always been a fan of Netflix because what else am I going to use?

The Best Horror Movies of 2013 You Probably Did Not See!
Written by Christopher Horton, January 2, 2014
Well, last year is history. Was it good for you? It was great for me. There were some great major releases last year ( Insidious Chapter 2, Evil Dead, The Conjuring).  But there were also quite a few indie releases that were worth checking out. The indie flicks: bastard sons of the blockbuster. You often

Top 10 Buzz Worthy Horror Films of 2013
Written by The Cryptkeeper, January 1, 2014
Now that I look back at 2013 and all the movies that came out, I realize that I actually enjoyed last year’s horror way more than I did in 2012.  We saw a few remakes, some sequels, and even a few good original movies. I know a lot of people won’t agree with some films on

Top Ten Scary Christmas Horror Movies
Written by Monster Mary, December 12, 2013
To most people Christmas is about spending time with friends and family, shopping for that perfect gift for a loved one, or perhaps making the perfect Christmas Dinner for special guests.  That all sounds like a lot of fun, but if you are a Horror fan it is also about sitting down to watch a few serial