Diamond Select does its best to scare us every Halloween with new toys and collectibles based on the classic creatures of Universal Studios' Universal Monsters library, and this year is no different. DST has new action figures, retro-style figures, and vinyl bust banks.
Film #7 on Doctor Gash’s Top 10 Greatest Horror Movies… Ever! is a classic that was censored and scrutinized in its day for scenes of blasphemy and violence against children.
Trembles picked an oldie but goodie for his pre-Halloween week Motion Picture Purgatory: 1967's The Sorcerers directed by Michael Reeves and starring the one and only Boris Karloff as Prof. Marcus Monserrat, a hypnotist who of course takes things a bit too far. But then again, if people didn't do that once in a while, we'd never have any horror movies!
Our readers know that one area we make a lot of effort to focus on is horror literature, and today comes a book that every horror fan should add to his/her collection: Stephen Jacobs' mammoth tome Boris Karloff: More Than a Monster.
Our friends across the pond at SCREAM Magazine are offering three lucky Dread Central readers in the UK a chance to win a copy of the latest issue of SCREAM, Britain's all new premier horror magazine.
Reviewed by Uncle Creepy Starring Boris Karloff, William Shatner, Leslie Nielsen, Richard Chamberlain, Cloris Leachman, Mary Tyler Moore, Russell Johnson, Edward Platt, Natalie Schafer, Tom Poston, Elizabeth Montgomery, Ursula Andress, Howard McNear, Dick York, and many more
August 31st is a day that fans of classic horror have been awaiting for what seems like forever. On that day Image Entertainment will release the Boris Karloff hosted anthology series "Thriller" on DVD fully remastered and brimming with bells and whistles. To celebrate this momentous occasion, we sat down with Boris' daughter, Sara Karloff, to talk about her dad, the series, and more.
Now this is the way we love to end a Friday. Fans of Boris Karloff and classic horror television shows have long sought after the series "Thriller". It was available on VHS way back when and of course almost every bootlegger has peddled a copy online at one point or another, but now thanks to Image Entertainment the wait and the search are officially over!
I can’t think of a better time to be a horror fan than during the months of September and October. It’s when the studios try to capitalize on the spookiest time of year by releasing genre catalogue titles – many of them for the first time on DVD. That’s exactly what Warner Bros. has lined up with today’s announcement.