Arrow has just announced their first round of DVD/Blu-ray releases for spring 2013, with some groovy horror titles and grindhouse faves in the mix. Read on for details!
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!
For their third studio album, the world-famous glam-rockers have raised the curtain on an ambitious new rock opera. Check out our review, and find out more about the tie-in feature film “Legion of the Black”...
Today's the DVD/Blu-ray release date of Steven Miller's twisted reinvention of the '80s Santa slasher, and we got to chat with acclaimed composer Kevin Riepl about his eclectic and spooky soundtrack.
Martin Bowes and his band Attrition have been crafting eerie, hypnotic soundscapes for three decades, and it's only natural that their music would one day find its way into horror movies. That day has arrived with their score to the feature film "G.H.O.S.T," and we had the chance chat with the band about that project and more!
With just a couple of days to go before Halloween and our 24-hour "Trick R Treat" marathon, we've dug up a goodie bag full of other, lesser-known horror anthology films you may have overlooked. Find out what we've unearthed, and check out some vintage promo art!
One of the many reasons “Sinister” is scoring big with audiences this month is the movie's terrifying music and sound design. The director gave us the complete breakdown on the musicians involved, and we scared up a ton of sample tracks guaranteed to give you the shivers!
One of the most haunting films in FEARnet's shorts collection features the music of Jill Tracy, whose latest project is based on (and in) one of the world's most famed museums of medical oddities. Check out our interview with Jill and learn all about it...
Paul W.S. Andersen’s Resident Evil movies have long been derided by fans of the game (including me) for being accurate to their source material in only the most tenuous of fashions. Of course, after 5 movies, expecting anything different isn’t just an exercise in futility, it’s a workout regimen; the RE films became their own canon a long time ago.