Everyone has that one cinematic brawl that sticks with him or her.
A Nightmare on Elm Street
If you're a resident of the Los Angeles area and a horror fan, then no doubt you're familiar with the Hyaena Gallery located at 1928 Olive Ave over in beautiful Burbank, California. Right now, for the entire month of March, they're paying tribute to one of the horror director greats. Wes Craven.
Gift giving is already a challenge and the horror fan is often even more difficult to shop for than the other people on your list. As fans of the macabre, our tastes in collectibles and such tend to be different from others.
In the horror genre, there are places where no one dreams of going; places where your dreams and life will be destroyed. Let's take a look at some of the worst towns in horror movies, sure to make you feel grateful for your own uneventful living situation.
Today, we bring to you a custom made pair of Vans that sport a cool hand painted A Nightmare on Elm Street design.
Texas artist Chris DeSmith just might beat Freddy Krueger at his own game with these creepy gothic gauntlets, which come armed with evil dragon-like talons.
The footage offers unprecedented access to the set of my personal favorite Elm Street sequel, with a large focus on all of the incredible practical effects on display in it.
While on the road, these metalcore maniacs like to document the locations, stars and creators of their favorite horror movies. Check out their photos inside!
Our upcoming network premiere of The Ghostmaker on Sunday really has us thinking. The movie's all about a couple of college kids who stumble upon an old coffin full of gears that allow for a transcendental experience. Anyone who lays down in the coffin can use it to walk through our world as ghosts.
Krueger: A Walk Through Elm Street is only six minutes long but is nevertheless more interesting and frightening than anything seen in the dull remake.