We take the opportunity to spotlight some movie killers and their corresponding films that had a low body count but still made a significant impact on viewers.
This 1911 silent film based on Dante's literary classic has been updated with a cool score by electronic music legends Tangerine Dream.
We're turning our spotlight on another Euro-thriller, this time a disturbing early effort from prolific Italian genre director Luigi Cozzi. Learn more about it and check out the explicit [NSFW] trailer...
The director of “Nosferatu” returned to the horror genre with an amazing adaptation of the diabolical German legend. Read all about it!
Oscar-nominated director Gil Kenan will be helming the reboot of the 1982 Spielberg/Hooper haunted house epic.
In our latest installment, we examine the controversial Swedish occult film from 1922 which dramatized the myths and legends surrounding witchcraft and the devil and the real-life horrors of the Inquisition.
When we think of vampire love, we don't see sparkles... we see blood. The folks at Fright-Rags sure do, and they're marking Valentine's Day with a groovy new “Near Dark” design. Find out how to get it!
Wanna shack up with Freddy? Now's your chance... if you can afford it. The actual house featured in the original “Nightmare on Elm Street” is on the market!
Our new series on landmarks of classic horror begins with the first cinematic adaptation of Mary Shelley's literary masterpiece. You can watch the entire film here, and learn some cool trivia too!
One of the hottest games to hit stores this fall not only features its first female protagonist, but also benefits from a sweeping exotic score from multi-award-winning composer Winifred Phillips. She told us more about the music, as well as her background in radio drama and classic horror tales!