Over the top dance numbers are not as prevalent in contemporary horror cinema as they were back in the day, so we're paying tribute to some of our favorite horror movie dances from the amazing '80s.
Something we find fascinating about some of our favorite horror flicks is the fact that the heroes and heroines are sometimes the last person you would peg as the sole hope for humanity.
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.
The San Diego Reader has amassed a huge collection of unused or prototype poster art, including plenty of your horror favorites. Take a look!
So we all pretty much know the basic slasher film tropes that earn a horror character the 'final girl' title, right? For those of you at the back who fell asleep during your last film theory lesson; it's pretty much as it sounds – the last character left after the dust, blood and all kinds of unspeakable carnage has finally settled. She's the one that demonstrates exceptional perseverance in the face of abject terror and most importantly, the one who subdues the maniac once and for all -or until the next sequel at least.
Where would the horror hero, Final Girl, or killer be without their trusty sidekick? More often than not the sidekick saves the hero's ass and is the best part of the horror movie.
The man behind Child’s Play and Fright Night has a collections of horror memorabilia fans can only dream of, and now he’s opening it to the public.