It’s a well-known fact that many motion picture studios are fond of milking a cash cow until it is dried up and keeled over. Perhaps more so than any other film genre, horror sequels have a tendency to deteriorate to the point of almost unwatchable direct-to-DVD nonsense. The inverse can also occasionally be true: studios leave money on the table instead of making a much demanded sequel to a franchise that still has life and potential left in it.
Today we take a look at a handful of horror sequels that found themselves stuck in the dreaded Development Hell.
Why is there just something incredibly cool about a movie character who literally has a dangerous weapon as a part of their body, in place of an average ordinary limb or appendage? Check out our list of ten awesome weapon limbs and their owners!
Behold our dream cast for a big-screen horror feature with all of our favorite psychopaths on the same team!
There are some films where the lack of release seems downright criminal. Bernard Rose's remarkable "Paperhouse" is one of these.
Last month in our gift guide, we featured an amazing Hellraiser-inspired necklace from artisan Johnny Blades. This was one of our most popular gift guide entries, and with good reason: it is beautifully crafted, subtle ode to everyone’s favorite Cenobite. But Pinhead isn’t the only horror-inspired pendant Blades creates