As we await the premiere of From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series, it seems only fitting that we look back on some of the most memorable weapons from the annals of horror history.
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.
2013 was an incredible year for Scream Factory and 2014 is looking to be just as impressive, as they've just unveiled the incredible cover art for this year's upcoming release of the slasher classic Sleepaway Camp.
Remember the days when Halloween costumes consisted of little more than an ill-fitting plastic mask and a very flammable plastic smock?
One of the things I love so much about the horror genre is just how many sub-sections there are to it. I mean, if you were so inclined or just in the mood, you could focus your movie viewing leisure time specifically to the supernatural, or to zombies, or perhaps werewolves & vampires, or monsters (oh my)!
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.