If you don't already have a Bucket List of your own, we'll get you started with a handful of must-have experiences specifically geared towards horror fans like ourselves.
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.
What if Disney remade “The Shining” as a “Toy Story” sequel? Artist Kyle Lambert shows us what that might look like.
The Alamo Drafthouse's fine arts arm, Mondo Gallery, has quickly become the pinnacle of pop art.
We take the opportunity to spotlight some movie killers and their corresponding films that had a low body count but still made a significant impact on viewers.
It looks like Glen Mazzara, former showrunner of The Walking Dead, is very near a deal to write The Shining prequel.
According to a study at the University of Westminster, watching horror movies can burn up to 200 calories per viewing. That's about as many calories that chocolate bar you are scarfing has.
Movie blog Cinecraze will have you drooling over their funky mockup concepts for the beloved 3D View-Master. Damn, we wish these were for real...