This list is a celebration of the many deaths of the boogeymen we all love to hate, along with the occasional pit stop to poke a playful finger at the maniacs who bought the farm with more of a whimper than a bang.
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...
Scared to Death opened this week in 1947 and stars Bela Lugosi in his only color film
It looks like the news that fans of Argento’s original have been hoping to hear has finally arrived: The Suspiria remake appears to be dead.
Indian artist Ramachandraiah creates movie posters. Beautiful, hand-drawn posters.
You love horror flicks - now dress the part!
Yes friends, you read that right. A pair of Russian synchronized swimmers swam (danced? Performed?) to Goblins' haunting Suspiria score.
Before my age hit double-digits, I discovered on a 13-inch black-and-white television the films Invasion Of The Body Snatchers (1956) and The Blob (1958) broadcast back-to-back over the airwaves in the dead of night. This childhood event, experienced in a dark room while spending the night at a friend’s house, began my slow