We want to help you make the right decision when choosing your next vacation destination, so here's a list of lethal locations from horror cinema that you definitely want to avoid!
Texas Chainsaw Massacre
Many minimalist poster designs aren't trying to outdo the originals, but manage to communicate an effective message with just one central theme and lots of negative space. Here are five of our favorites (and one non-genre runner-up)!
Sometimes the only thing worse than a chainsaw-wielding psychopath… is that psychopath's family.
The concept of the proposed film is that it's a prequel to the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre, showing how the character of Grandpa Saywer helped turn Leatherface into the chainsaw-wielding monster we all know him to be.
Hot on the heels of that news report from Oklahoma, where a man had the cops called on him because of his outdoor Halloween decorations, comes another story that serves as a sad reminder that Halloween isn't what it used to be.
Butcher Boys is the new film written and produced by Kim Henkel, best known as the scribe behind the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre. It revolves around a group known as the Bone Boys, a vicious gang that runs the streets and deals in human flesh as if it were drugs. A young woman and her friends are selected at random to be on the menu, and insanity ensues. We spoke with Henkel about how Butcher Boys is an evolution of Texas Chainsaw Massacre, the taboo of cannibalism, and his upcoming documentary.
The toy rights to the Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise have changed hands many times over the years, and ol' Leatherface has seen release from most of the major companies that we all love. Here's the cream of the crop!
NECA's action figures based on '90s NES horror games sparked the imaginations of two intrepid artists, who came up with ideas for game-themed figures from an even earlier era.
We've put together a list of eleven iconic masks worn by horror's most memorable on-screen psychopaths.
Finnish horror-punk trio Flesh Roxon salute vintage VHS horrors in a video from their debut album “Flesh to the Bone.” Adjust your tracking and enjoy!