Naturally something as spooky and fun as a great old horror TV show would deserve its own board game - so today, we take at look at five of our favorite old board games based on spooky shows!
Herman and Lily Munster, Alfred Hitchcock and Dracula are just a few of the horror icons that have been depicted in Casino's incredibly unique form of art.
The folks who brought you the amazing Elvira maquette have unveiled another iconic replica, this time that lovable lunkhead from “The Munsters.”
Here are 10 upcoming toys that you should probably pre-order, so that you can ensure you're among the first to add them to your collection!
UK music label Death Waltz is releasing limited editions of classic & cult horror scores and horror music tributes on vinyl LP this April. Check out these groovy titles!
There’s no denying that the majority of the aisles at the 110th annual American International Toy Fair in New York City this week are filled with every kind of sweet, innocuous toy you can imagine. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t plenty of horror depravity to be found.
When I first heard that The Munsters was being rebooted for television, I groaned. While TV reboots tend to do better than film remakes, when NBC announced it would be a “darker, scarier” Munsters, I just lost all hope in the project. Then I watched it. And I loved it.
This Friday sees the premiere of Bryan Fuller's The Munsters reboot, Mockingbird Lane.
As promised, Mockingbird Lane - Bryan Fuller's modern take on The Munsters - will air. But rather than going forward with a full series, NBC is opting to air the pilot as a one-hour Halloween special.
This evening, Deadline and Hollywood Reporter both posted articles saying that Bryan Fuller's The Munsters reboot, Mockingbird Lane, is "all but dead."