If It Were Stine is just the kind of fun project we absolutely love here on FEARnet, and we're here today to unload a brand new pile of books on ya.
One of the best things about working at a record store for a good portion of my young adult life was that I was turned onto so much music that I otherwise would've never heard. Before I got to tackle fixing the "horror" section in video at Tower Records or creating the foam core art displays that dressed the store, I was assigned the "world" section.
We assert that there are few things creepier than malevolent playthings and that killer dolls are not to be trusted. So it is with a measure of caution that we bring to you our selections for ten of the creepiest dolls in cinema.
The leader of the puppets, and the only puppet to appear in all Puppet Master films, Blade was easily the scariest of all the puppets.
It’s impossible not to like David Schmoeller’s Puppet Master, a film that combines Nazis, psychics, and the greatest killer puppets in film history.
Rewind back to the 80s, a beautiful decade to be a horror movie fanatic here in the UK – a quick trip to your local VHS rental store would be a day out in itself.