With the 86th Academy Awards heading our way this weekend, today we shine the spotlight on 10 horror movies that made us proud at the event, over the years!
An American Werewolf In London
Greg Nicotero has been given a lot of freedom when it comes to designing the walkers that Rick and the gang are perpetually on the run from, and he’s had a whole lot of fun with that freedom over the years.
These so-called Werewolf Cats look a whole lot like the werewolves we're used to seeing in films like An American Werewolf in London, with similar body and facial hair patterns.
10 more horror toys that no fan’s collection should be without!
Each of the sculptures depict iconic scenes from horror movies, from Carrie White getting pig's blood dumped onto her head at the prom to the frightening reveal of the killer in 1973's Don't Look Now.
Today, we head back in time to the London set of An American Werewolf in London, where zombies, Nazi demons and a hungry werewolf await our arrival!
Several different designs are offered up, one adorned with cute and cuddly versions of the big four slasher icons while others are themed after specific movies such as The Evil Dead and An American Werewolf in London.
For the past several years, no collectibles based on the movie have been released. But that all changes next year, as Pop Culture Shock Collectibles just announced they've acquired an American Werewolf license!
See an Oscar-winning master at work as Baker creates a Day of the Dead skull makeup look using M-A-C's spooky Halloween palette.
Today we take a look at twelve horror films that were well on their way to being remade... but somehow ended up getting spared.