Remember the days when Halloween costumes consisted of little more than an ill-fitting plastic mask and a very flammable plastic smock?
The massive Hercules beetle is already an intimidating bug... but its larva looks like something that crawled up from Hell.
Today we take a look at twelve horror films that were well on their way to being remade... but somehow ended up getting spared.
The San Diego Reader has amassed a huge collection of unused or prototype poster art, including plenty of your horror favorites. Take a look!
If love is indeed in any way how Hallmark would have us believe, then you can understand the pessimism that some of us harbour. Teddy bears,rainbows and awkwardly 'charming' romantic comedies starring Hugh Grant intravenously injecting sickly sweet schmaltz into the eyeballs? Fortunately, those of you who reading this right now know too well that cinematic romance can be much more interesting.
In 1958, David Hedison had a horrible transfiguring accident in his teleportation device. He shared that accident with an insect and the mad scientist film 'The Fly' became a cult classic.