Our ongoing tribute to Italian thrillers continues with a look at this bloody proto-slasher from genre master Mario Bava.
Fangoria Editor-in-Chief Chris Alexander has completed his first feature film, and we had a groovy chat with Chris about the project, his creative influences, and his vast knowledge of genre cinema.
The first of our new feature series on Italian thriller cinema takes a look at Lucio Fulci's brutal classic.
Fans of classic giallo have been waffling about Peter Strickland's challenging meta-horror film, but Broadcast's old-school score will definitely trip you back to that genre's glory days... all the way down to the blood-curdling screams. Check out our review!
Most of us know rabid record collectors, but a rabid record collector who specializes in the '70s prog rock outfit Goblin - that's next level.
Each month, FEARnet will profile one horror fan who has amassed such an awe-inspiring collection of genre collectible, oddities, or tchotchkes, it makes our heads spin
Berberian Sound Studio tells the story of a sound engineer Gilderoy, played by the tiny and creepy Toby Jones, who is working on an Italian horror film in the ‘70s. Slowly, the engineer’s job becomes an obsession and life imitates art, evoking giallo greats in both storyline and visuals.
I may be the last person in the world to discover this music video, but I'm willing to bet that at least a few of you haven't.