This grotesque installment in Japan's "Guinea Pig" series is best viewed with an open mind... and an empty stomach.
French artist Patrick Massobrio is doing his own part to keep the VHS format alive and kicking.
Rotten Rentals is single-handedly re-animating the art of renting VHS tapes. Only, their rental boxes don't actually have movies inside of them... and you never have to return them!
The movie blog recently launched a groovy online gallery of beloved vintage VHS box art. Check out some prime samples!
Taking advantage of the current resurgence of interest in the format, Mondo will be releasing the Maniac remake onto VHS - a limited edition offering of a mere 500 tapes.
In today's installment, we look at this gruesome and campy 1993 critter flick that's literally bursting with bloodsuckers.
The artwork of Marc Schoenbach is ripped straight from the horror section of those bygone Mom & Pop video stores. Check out some of his amazing retro designs!
Do you miss the days of browsing through the horror section at your friendly neighborhood video store? The creators of “VideoHeroeS” know just how you feel.
Poster and home video art is almost as important an element of horror movies as the movies themselves. Oftentimes the promotional art is the first impression we get of any given movie, and though we've always been told by our parents to not judge a book by its cover, it's sometimes hard not to form opinions about movies based on whether or not we dig the artwork they're wrapped in.
The 1980s were filled many horror trends: endless sequels, crazy FX, creature features, satanic panics, and much more.