No, dead people probably won't ever rise up from their graves and feast on our brains. But are we really that much better than those undead monsters of fiction?
Roy Z's metalized score to the wacky George Romero-voiced video game is out now. Check out our review and listen to a sample!
Director, writer, producer, and actor Larry Fessenden has slogged his way to becoming a prominent force in the horror genre over the course of more than two decades. His first film to really start turning heads was the provocative thriller No Telling (1991). He secured his place on the horror film map by writing, directing, and starring in the gritty vampire nightmare Habit (1995), which was followed by Wendigo (2001) and The Last Winter (2006).
Digital art print presents Creepshow and Creepshow 2 as an EC Comics-style double feature.
Taking a look at ten scenes where beloved horror filmmakers popped up in their own movies!
Maybe that title's a little misleading – you can't actually collect these cards, since most of them are fan creations. But we can dream, can't we?
Waxworks Records is celebrating their new release of the zombie classic soundtrack with a special free screening at L.A.'s Egyptian Theater. Read on for details!
The producers of “Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D” have just picked up the rights to remake George A. Romero's zombie epic. Read on for details!
George A. Romero's career as a director has spanned well over 40 years now, with 16 feature films to his credit (plus one O.J. Simpson documentary!). Though mostly known as the father of the modern day zombie movie, and of course the director of the three best zombie movies ever made, Romero has also strayed away from the undead to direct a handful of non-zombie flicks over the years, including films like Creepshow and Martin, and even the non-horror films Knightriders and There's Always Vanilla.