Far past its prime, how a perfect slice of American Gothic defined the “Grande Dame Guignol.”
From final girls to zero boys…
Opening the doors to the blackest of humor, killer twists, and scares from the best of British television.
From ALL THE HAUNTS… to Zines. Defining the “olde” and a “wyrd” revival.
Burned at the time… some films never die. How Team Bo-Teen's work on this definitive cult classic remains the benchmark in practical effects.
How an inherent national spirit became a modern American ghost story, revealing more than just childhood fears.
From AUDITION to zombie metafiction. Wired women, vengeful spirits and other transmissions.
Less STAR BEAST, more infernal beast. How David Fincher’s “unwanted child” endures.
Of monsters and maestros. How the da Vinci of horror reinvented vampires.
Ain't no Hammer horror. How Amicus nailed the horror anthology.
Released 40 years ago today, Wes Craven's B movie was an entirely different 'thing' to what followed in the pages of the groundbreaking comic book.
A necromantic love triangle and "fucked up fairy tale" presents a unique portrait of grief and trauma.
Cursed origins and a Universal legacy. How screenwriter Curt Siodmak defined a monster.
Sadist, scientist, mad genius. Remembering Jack Pierce and his iconic Monster design.
A craving for superhero horror with the celebration of THE IMMORTAL HULK #50