Horror films are often filled with decapitations, amputations, disembowelment, and more, but we tend to remember some of them as showcasing more brutality than they actually do. Here are seven more examples of horror films that opted for atmosphere over arterial spray.
If you’re looking to infuse a little horror into your holiday season, but aren’t sure where to start, then we’ve put together this handy guide to help you out!
Using programs like Flash and Adobe After Effects, Michael Whaite turns iconic movie imagery into brightly colored GIFs, depicting some of our favorite movies as neon bar signs.
I can think of no better tool to use to pop that pesky bottle top off your Corona than the sharp teeth of a killer shark.... if only you could find one that would allow you to use its razor rows as a bottle opener...
Titled 'Smile, You Son of a Bitch!,' the tribute features Jaws-themed artwork from nearly 100 different artists.
In this vintage-style online game, you finally get to be the shark in “Jaws” and go hunting for tasty human prey. Find out where you can play it!
They've just launched a section on their site devoted to "mosters" - motion posters to be exact. They take awesome theatrical one-sheet posters and animate them! Want a sample?
In 1987, Minute Maid forever changed the lives of horror fans when they added a flavor called Ecto Cooler to their Hi-C line of fruit juices, a tie-in with the cartoon series The Real Ghostbusters.
Horror fans in a more meditative mood can chill out with these cool votive candles featuring images from “The Shining,” "Jaws," “Carrie” and more!
There's still time to tease and terrify tourists at the beach this summer, and this toothy “Sharkini” could be just the ticket.