Long before Freddie Highmore and Vera Farmiga slipped into the roles of Norman and Norma Bates, there was another TV pilot titled 'The Bates Motel' from 1987 and after years of floating in obscurity and only being available on the bootleg market, it's finally been given a quiet DVD release via Universal's "Vault Series".
A new series of clever mash-up clips shows the infamous killer doll crashing his way into other horror movies to steal all the glory for himself. Check this out!
We here at FEARnet are deeply saddened to learn of the passing of producer Hilton A. Green yesterday at the age of 84. His father Alfred E. Green was a legendary director in his own right, but Hilton worked his way up as an assistant director for several popular television shows including Alfred Hitchcock Presents, which led to him working as first A.D on the original 'Psycho' and later 'Marnie.'
Many psycho killers in film and television are imposing, scary creeps. But a psychopath of the more cunning variety will take you out to dinner and the opera before revealing his or her true motive.
Horror fans in a more meditative mood can chill out with these cool votive candles featuring images from “The Shining,” "Jaws," “Carrie” and more!
We present our picks of the most beautiful monsters ever to grace the silver screen... from triumphs of creature design to the downright dangerously disarming.
A talented artist worked up these ideas for Minimates of Norman Bates, Marion Crane, and of course good old “Mother.” Take a look!
A coloring book mistakenly aimed at five-to-eight-year-olds caused quite an uproar with its images from very adult-oriented horror films.
When you think of Dracula, who do you imagine? Probably Bela Lugosi, the actor who made vampires synonymous with slick black hair and a widow's peak. Norman Bates will forever be Anthony Perkins in my head; Jack Torrance is Jack Nicholson and Annie Wilkes is Kathy Bates. But that is not exactly how Bram Stoker, Robert Bloch, and Stephen King imagined their characters.