What greater invasion of privacy is there than to have your nemesis lurking beneath your own skin? Check out this list and see which titles you can stomach!
Hyaena Gallery follows up their Wes Craven tribute with a John Carpenter-themed art exhibit, in tribute to films like Halloween, They Live, The Thing and The Fog.
Buried 98-feet below the surface of a sediment from the Pleistocene epoch, the virus has just been thawed out by scientists, who have revived it and made it infectious again, for the first time in thousands of years. What's the worst that could happen?!
As far as horror-themed artwork goes, it doesn't get much more colorful, unique or eye-catching than Aaron's creations, which oftentimes breathe exciting new life into iconic characters.
10 more horror toys that no fan’s collection should be without!
One of the most iconic scenes from The Thing gets 'sweded' in this smile-inducing video, a term that essentially describes the low-budget DIY recreation of a big screen movie moment.
I hate to say this, horror fiends, but the champagne's going flat. The parties are over and the harsh reality of 2014 is upon us. Lots of people think January is the perfect time to shape up, get focused, and reboot the system. Well, in honor of that mindset, we're taking a look at some of our all-time favorite horror franchise reboots. Whether they take something silly and make it serious, or vice versa, these filmmakers and screenwriters truly embrace the phrase "out with the old and in with the new!"
The weather outside is frightful. In honor of this frosty time o' year, let's come in outta the cold, thaw out by a nice fire, and get the blood pumpin' with some bone-chilling horror films. I surveyed over five billion people, and using an equation only the world’s top scientists can comprehend, I arrived at the following list of the top fifteen wintery films that use snow, ice, and/or plummeting temperatures to ramp up the atmosphere, peril, and/or terror. They are listed in order of release.
According to a new study, microbial life on other planets may be more common than we thought... and purple bacteria may have been Earth's dominant species.