Feeling lucky? Now's the chance to find out, as these one-armed zombie bandits shamble into a casino near you.
The newest addition to horror television is WGN America’s Salem. Set during the witch trials of the 1600s, Salem premiered a long-form trailer at the Television Critics Association conference. After watching the footage, I am all-in. This is not going to be a mushy modern-day witch show with ties to the Salem Witch Trials; this is not a romance that is aided by a little nose-wiggle and a sprinkle of fairy dust. This is looks brutal.
This overseas entry in the famous candy campaign guest-stars an obnoxious animatronic gremlin – whose last snack must have happened after midnight.
Technically, the return of Teen Wolf on January 6th is not the start of the fourth season, but the continuation of season three. With nearly four months since Teen Wolf last aired new episodes, it seems like it should be a new season.
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.
There is an embarrassment of horror riches on TV these days. In some ways, that makes it easier to choose ten best episodes, because you have a ton of options to choose from. In other ways, it makes it more difficult because there are so many options to choose from, and you have to sift through the bad to get to the good.
Artist Patricio Oliver has created incredible minimalist portraits capturing the chilling charms of the New Orleans coven. Check out some examples!
You didn't think Grimm would get to a mid-season finale without delving into Krampus, did you? The mythical beast, long part of the holiday tradition in Europe is gaining popularity (notoriety?) in the States, and NBC's Grimm is celebrating Krampus with his own episode.
Get ready to plaster your school notebooks with awesome stickers depicting 'Evil Dead' and Hammer Films characters, horror femme fatales and more!
Always up-to-date with the latest technologies, Van Helsing is utilizing the latest invention - a moving picture camera - to record his research. FEARnet has exclusively obtained the first three films in Van Helsing's series.