Every year, the show does at least one horror-themed episode, written by series star James Roday (who plays fake-psychic Shawn Spencer). Past episodes have offered dead-on spoofs for Friday the 13th, The Shining, Twin Peaks, and found footage flicks.
A Nightmare on Elm Street
The telephone has a sordid history in cinema, dating back to "Dial M for Murder" and even earlier... and as we all know, any time the phone rings in a horror film, you can be sure that it’s Satan on the line.
Crimps, mullets and mohawks... these horror hairstyles seemed like a good idea at the time, but they just don’t quite hold the same sense of wonder as they did back in the day.
When it comes to horror merchandising, Freddy Krueger is king. Freddy opened himself up to all sorts of bootleg unlicensed merchandise, and you better believe that many opportunists have taken full advantage!
A coloring book mistakenly aimed at five-to-eight-year-olds caused quite an uproar with its images from very adult-oriented horror films.
During the grunge days of the 1990s, duct tape wallets were the high school accessory. They were cheap, slim, and nearly indestructible.
There are some great and highly inventive resurrection scenes in horror film history... but these outrageous moments are absolutely not among them.
Licensed games are always an iffy discussion over here at FEARnet. For every game that does justice to its cinematic source material (Chronicles of Riddick, The Walking Dead: The Video
Coolest. Costume. Ever.
One, two, Freddy's coming for you... on your birthday, Sarah!