We're launching a new segment that rounds up some lesser-known trivia from your favorite horror films, and for this installment we're setting our sights on the 1996 Wes Craven classic.
While on the road, these metalcore maniacs like to document the locations, stars and creators of their favorite horror movies. Check out their photos inside!
Each of the killers comes equipped with their own weapon of choice, Jack Torrance clutching his trusty axe and You're Next's Fox Mask brandishing a deadly crossbow.
Due to the success of Bates Motel and Hannibal, and horror on TV in general, it was a no-brainer that other horror movies would soon find themselves on the radars of TV executives, and a handful of small screen adaptations of popular big screen horrors are indeed soon headed our way.
There is no shortage of good genre TV out there - but that doesn’t mean we don’t have room for more. Here are four new series that we are looking forward to in 2014.
Horror begets horror begets horror with these hand-carved, hand-painted nesting dolls.
These are characters that have stood out to us and proved to be as strong or stronger than their male counterparts. These are characters that challenged some of the stereotypes associated with women in film.
Writers and directors have recognized the need for comic relief since the dawn of film, but it seems the joker role in horror cinema has become more finely tuned over the last few decades. Here's nine of our favorite onscreen pranksters in horror!
In 1987, Minute Maid forever changed the lives of horror fans when they added a flavor called Ecto Cooler to their Hi-C line of fruit juices, a tie-in with the cartoon series The Real Ghostbusters.
The telephone has a sordid history in cinema, dating back to "Dial M for Murder" and even earlier... and as we all know, any time the phone rings in a horror film, you can be sure that it’s Satan on the line.