We here on FEARNET were victims of a handful of pranks throughout the course of the day, and we wanted to share some of our favorites with you, now that the fun is coming to an end.
The collection features artwork from five different artists, inspired by five different Carpenter classics.
February may "officially" be Women in Horror Month, but who needs to confine the ladies of horror to just one month? Arrow In the Head and Flicks for Fans won't - that is why they are hosting the Lethal Ladies of Horror Film Fest on March 29th.
UK small press house PS Publishing celebrates the quietly enduring legacy of one of Stephen King’s most underrated novels with a lavish Limited Edition.
2013 is slowly shaping up to be a really solid year for horror thus far, and one of the funnest local events to kick off at the beginning of this year has been the monthly Horror Movie Trivia Nig
If Laura Mulvey ever decided to write about cars, she’d have a field day with John Carpenter’s 1983 Stephen King adaptation Christine. Forget cinema’s “male gaze,” [how’s that for a reference, fellow film nerds?] she’d need to term the phrase “car gaze” as the film completely, and unabashedly, fetishes every single inch of the beautiful red 1958 Plymouth Fury named Christine. T