With the growing popularity of Video on Demand, if you do miss the DVD release/re-release of a noteworthy horror title, you may not be forced to pay an outrageous amount of cash to add it to your collection.
As far as horror-themed artwork goes, it doesn't get much more colorful, unique or eye-catching than Aaron's creations, which oftentimes breathe exciting new life into iconic characters.
David Cronenberg has been honored by Criterion a few times over the years, with both Videodrome and Naked Lunch finding their way into the collection. Could Scanners be next?
Today we take a look at twelve horror films that were well on their way to being remade... but somehow ended up getting spared.
As Scream Factory continues to release features-packed restored editions of missing horror classics like The Nest, From Beyond, and Lifeforce, other great genre pics are either going out of print altogether.
As a horror fan and collector, one of the things I find utterly maddening is discovering that a title I’m dying to add to my collection is out of print and selling for a fortune.
Last week, I embarked on a fun little assignment to pull together a batch of teaser trailers for horror sequels; the one criteria being that they all had to feature exclusive footage specifically shot and used just for that trailer. One of the greatest aspects of putting together articles like this is that after I finish them...
This week in horror history saw the birth of two men who would change the face of the genre forever. Edgar Allen Poe, king of all-thing macabre and haunter of teen Goth dreams, was born January 19, 1809.