An SDSU professor has created a class that uses the living dead as a teaching tool, and books like Max Brooks' “Zombie Survival Guide” are required reading.
If you're anything like most genre film freaks, you probably looked at the title, rolled your eyes, and muttered "not another zombie flick" between clenched teeth.
In this week's installment of The Vault, we have gathered director Jeremy Kasten (The Wizard of Gore, The Profane Exhibit) and actor/director Ted Raimi (Evil Dead, Army of Darkness, Morbid Minutes) to discuss Two Evil Eyes.
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!