Schecter Guitars unveiled some very limited custom models featuring the classic Universal Monsters, “Dawn of the Dead” and "House of 1000 Corpses" artwork. Dig these axes!
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Celebrating it's 2nd decade as Chicago's largest and longest running Horror Convention, the Flashback Weekend returns to the Crowne Plaza Chicago O'Hare in Rosemont, Illinois on August 9th-11th. And FEARnet will be there as a sponsor providing some cool goodies and swags to attendees (while supplies last).
The Tokyo Broadcasting System once aired a radically altered version of George Romero's zombie classic. Check out some clips from that infamous broadcast!
Some horror movie characters just need to die, and we've outlined seven of these that we were more than happy to see killed off.
Since "World War Z" has such firm roots in classic zombie lore, it’s worth asking: which groundbreaking works in the history of zombie films, TV shows, and video games most influenced this massive summer hit?
The word “remake” has become a dirty term in most cinematic circles as it so often indicates a fundamental lack of creativity or, at the very least, a studio’s craven need to make money repeatedly from the same audience.
Newest on my list of "cool shoes I want" is this pair of Converse All-Stars custom painted with the iconic image of George Romero's Dawn of the Dead poster
You don't see too many danceable pop tracks paired up with hungry zombies, but Captain Midnite pulled it off in this cut from his EP “All This Will Fade.”
Insane sales and even more insane shoppers have made Black Friday so legendary it is almost slapstick (except for the handful or morons every year who injure or kill people for a $4 toaster.) Leg