In news that makes me sick to my stomach (mainly because I owned this), the original 1979 VHS tape of John Carpenter's classic Halloween from Media Home Entertainment has sold for an astronomical $13,220 (plus $3.77 shipping of course).
Some interesting news is coming in from Rob Zombie that's likely going to have some fans protesting and others falling to their knees and thanking the heavens above. Sounds like the rocker turned filmmaker is done with making horror movies.
Here we are again. Hump day. How about we let out a little of that pent-up aggression by revisiting the hallowed halls of the HWF (Horror Wrestling Federation) and check out a grudge match that's been brewing for decades... Michael Myers vs. Ghostface!
While doing press for his latest film, The Lords of Salem, rocker turned filmmaker Rob Zombie spoke to The Playlist and took a look back at two of his most controversial films and lent some insight into one that never happened.
John Carpenter has been making films for longer than you have been living. Do the math. His post college career, alone, is probably longer than your lifespan.
We're down to the top three horror movies ever created. I'm excited; how about you? For a long time the number three film was the most financially successful indie film of all time. But Halloween is not on this list for the money it made; it's here for the nightmares it generated.
Last night, on October 31, 2012, the West Hollywood Halloween Carnaval celebrated its 25th anniversary by becoming the world's largest city-sanctioned Halloween party, and Dread Central was there to bring back all the colorful sights for you.
Dread Central hit the sCare Foundation’s 2nd Annual Halloween Benefit on Sunday, October 28, in Los Angeles and brought back some photos, video, and interviews from the genre-heavy red carpet and event. Read on!
We all long to experience a realistic zombie apocalypse simulation, and while I already fled the undead at Run for Your Lives and braved Halloween Horror Nights’ "The Walking Dead" maze, I did so unarmed. That wasn’t the case when Dread Central hit Haunted Hollywood Sports.
For anyone growing up with the name "Michael Myers," life had to be kind of awkward at times for obvious reasons, but what if comedian Mike Myers and slasher supreme Michael Myers were one and the same? Does it make you horny, baby?
The sCare Foundation announced today it will honor legendary actor Malcolm McDowell (Rob Zombie’s Halloween, A Clockwork Orange) with the 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award at its 2nd Annual Halloween Benefit on October 28, 2012.
CONTEST CLOSED! sCare Foundation to Honor Halloween Actress Kyle Richards at October 28th Fundraiser; Win a Pair of Tickets to the Event
We recently learned that sCare Foundation will host its second Halloween Benefit Event on October 28th, and now we can reveal who the evening's honoree will be as well as details of how you can win a pair of tickets.
Do you have any kids you want to introduce to horror? Or maybe you're just a big kid at heart? Then you'll want to mark your calendars for Halloween of 2013 as that's when Pixar Animation Studios and Disney will be releasing the "Toy Story of Terror" TV special, which will take you on a trip to infinity... from the beyond!
Written by Mark Doody and Kristoffer Hughes Published by Thoth Publications