A terrifying new tradition in Kyoto seems designed specifically to scare the hell out of children, by staffing a commuter train with creepy monsters, ghosts and demons.
The story reads like an amalgam of terrifying scenes from movies like The Amityville Horror, The Exorcist and Paranormal Activity. And according to reputable witnesses, including the police, it's all real.
These characters embraced change… and ended up becoming horrible monsters or raving lunatics. These aren't characters who spent the whole movie scheming behind the protagonists backs; these are characters who undergo a deep and often sudden change, who are drastically different at the end of the film.
Due to popular demand, Freakland Shop has done a second run of the mask replica from Lamberto Bava's splatter classic. Find out how to get yours!
Poster and home video art is almost as important an element of horror movies as the movies themselves. Oftentimes the promotional art is the first impression we get of any given movie, and though we've always been told by our parents to not judge a book by its cover, it's sometimes hard not to form opinions about movies based on whether or not we dig the artwork they're wrapped in.
Remember that NES-style retro game tribute to Fulci's “Zombie” we showed you earlier? Now Lamberto Bava's 1985 splatter favorite gets the same treatment from Dr. Terror!
In what seems to be a legal first, a Romanian man who believes his house is possessed by foul-smelling demons has sued church officials for screwing up an exorcism.
Synapse Films has announced new special edition prints of Demons and Demons 2, each in a special steelbook case with new cover art from Wes Benscoter.
We shine our spooky spotlight on another do-it-yourself horror artist who creates and sells incredible full-size horror movie replicas.
Synapse Films has recently announced its plans to release new, high-def collector editions of two of Dario Argento's films, and two of Lamberto Bava's films.