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.
Iconic and cantankerous Psycho director Alfred Hitchcock was never a man to mince words. In a recently discovered 1964 tape from BBC archives, Hitchcock made comments that may be surprising to some fans of what is widely regarded to be his most notorious and terrifying work. Apparently, viewers of Psycho got it wrong.
Seth MacFarlane goes a little "Psycho" when promoting the Oscars
Many horror films rely on a twist ending to sell the film and surprise viewing audiences. Sometimes twist endings work and sometimes they fall flat. Either way, twist endings are a staple of slaughter cinema.
Ready for your first good look at A&E's upcoming series 'Bates Motel'? Ever since the project was announced, it's been met with much scrutiny and doubt, especially among die-hard Psycho fans and Hitchcock enthusiasts.
Lego fans are pretty hardcore, and create some amazing, original designs that are on part with any traditional sculptor's creation. Unsurprisingly, many of these come from the minds of horror fans.
Bates Motel executive producer Carlton Cuse invites fans to create their own opening sequence for the upcoming A&E thriller.
Following in American Horror Story's painfully-short teaser model, A&E has released the first micro-teasers for their upcoming Psycho "prequel," Bates Motel. It's an embarrassment of Bates Motel riches, as earlier this week a slew of stills were released.