Though he's of course sculpted icons of fright like Freddy Krueger and Michael Myers, it is Crawford's figures of less appreciated villains that really make his work special.
An upcoming gallery exhibit will feature gorgeous poster art inspired by King's most revered writings. Find out more and see some of the works in progress!
In this new bi-weekly feature here on FEARnet, we embrace the social media craze known as Throwback Thursday by shining the spotlight on a different horror movie every over week of the month, and showing off a handful of cool behind the scenes photos from the set.
Colorado's Stanley Hotel is going to be digging up a 12-grave pet cemetery on the premises, clearing the dead animals out in order to make room for a wedding and corporate retreat pavilion.
We show our appreciation for the hardworking women who toil away in the genre by spotlighting some of the best horror films helmed by female filmmakers.
Superfans John Campopiano and Justin White took it upon themselves to provide fans of the 1989 Stephen King film "Pet Sematary" with the kind of documentary they themselves wanted to see.
Celebrating it's 2nd decade as Chicago's largest and longest running Horror Convention, the Flashback Weekend returns to the Crowne Plaza Chicago O'Hare in Rosemont, Illinois on August 9th-11th. And FEARnet will be there as a sponsor providing some cool goodies and swags to attendees (while supplies last).
Let's take a walk down memory lane and revisit ten of the most shocking on-screen deaths at the hands of killer children!