North America's largest genre film festival begins tomorrow, and we've picked some must-see favorites from their massive roster of screenings. Check out the list, and watch a trailer for each one!
07/17/2013 - 8:00pm
07/17/2013 - 7:00pm
Jason Voorhees has been laying dormant for a while, and we think it’s high time he took a stab (pun intended) at a new set of slaying circumstances.
07/17/2013 - 3:00pm
We're taking at look at some of our favorite horror comic crossovers. Some are awesome, some are… not so awesome, and some are just plain weird, but we love them all!
07/16/2013 - 4:00pm
Sure, every comic villain has delusions of grandeur, or a god-complex (some more than others, looking at you, Thanos), or a raging vendetta they need to exact upon an unsuspecting hero. But here at FEARnet we've got a laundry list of our favorite, most disturbed, weird, and demented villains. And yes, yes, yes, the Joker's the most disturbed, etc. Let's just get him out of the way in the intro! We're on to bigger, better, weirder, and more evil things!
07/15/2013 - 8:00pm
San Diego Comic-Con is mere moments away, and to celebrate, we're digging deep into our long boxes to take a look at some of the best horror franchises that got the inked treatment.
07/11/2013 - 7:00pm
Behold our dream cast for a big-screen horror feature with all of our favorite psychopaths on the same team!
by John Squires
07/08/2013 - 2:00pm
George A. Romero's career as a director has spanned well over 40 years now, with 16 feature films to his credit (plus one O.J. Simpson documentary!). Though mostly known as the father of the modern day zombie movie, and of course the director of the three best zombie movies ever made, Romero has also strayed away from the undead to direct a handful of non-zombie flicks over the years, including films like Creepshow and Martin, and even the non-horror films Knightriders and There's Always Vanilla.
07/05/2013 - 3:00pm
For your consideration, we offer you our top six picks for some of the most notorious gross-out scenes in contemporary horror filmmaking (1990-Present).
by Alyse Wax
07/03/2013 - 7:00pm
Despite conservative groups rallying against violent and horrifying television, much of it makes it to our screens intact, thanks in large part to network self-censoring. But every once in a while, a show slips through the cracks, is withdrawn due to “sensitivity” issues, or bombarded with viewer complaints.