Michael Dougherty's cult classic Trick 'r Treat holds a very special place in the hearts of horror fans. As does the classic John Carpenter film Halloween and the season in which both films are set. Why not bring 'em all together?
Having had my first IKEA experience several years ago, I can say this... this wonderland of wood and Allen wrenches lives up to its reputation of being the seventh circle of hell (with Walmarts occupying every other circle) perfectly. The Swedish meatballs do little to quell the madness.
Modern technology has made it unnecessary to leave the house (or even the couch for that matter) to order up your choice of cinematic fare. But there was a beauty in the VHS tape. And artist Chris MacGibbon has given some modern faves the VHS treatment.
While we all wait patiently to see what moves Lionsgate makes with the Saw franchise, artist Elsa Rhae has done one frighteningly fun job of recreating the films' centerpiece character, Billy the Puppet, and bringing him to life! Check it out! It's so worth your time.
Ever wonder where your favorite horror movie stars hang their hats? The good folks over at Roadtrippers have mapped out a new infographic depicting some of your favorite frightening locales. It's all here, kids! Get out your GPS!
The Land of the Rising Sun is known for lots of things like used panty vending machines, delicious sushi, and geisha girls. That being said, Japan's most valuable export is without a doubt Godzilla. You know him, you love him, and now big G is getting celebrated in his homeland like never before.
Few times in my life have I ever come across something that genuinely startled me. The work of horror artist Melissa Patterson has done just that. Read on for a look at her creations that are so frighteningly real they have to be seen to be believed.
Let's be clear... these images are not real, nor do they claim to be. That being said, this could very well be the coolest damned thing you're likely to see all day (providing you're not going to see Dawn of the Planet of the Apes until tomorrow or Sunday).
The name Bernie Wrightson is synonymous with monster culture and horror artwork. Very few people inspire the term "legendary," but Bernie more than fits the bill. Unfortunately, word has come that Wrightson has just suffered a minor stroke.
Horror movies without Michael Myers in them don't get much more awesome than Halloween III: Season of the Witch, which is finally being accepted for the movie it is, rather than maligned for the movie it is not. Bout time, horror fans. Bout goddamn time.
In a world with mostly generic bullshit one-sheets that people are paid a mint to crap out, we really appreciate the good posters when they come our way. It's also not at all surprising that some of the best recent one-sheets we've seen have been fan-made and unofficial.
No matter what state you live in, there's a horror movie connected to it that you can call your own due to the fact that it takes place there. Texans of course have The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, while Pennsylvania is Night of the Living Dead country.
There is truly nothing like a classic movie poster. They can be found everywhere from pinned up on a teenager's bedroom wall to framed in an art gallery or museum. And when talented artists come up with variant artwork for some of our favorite films, that's a fun time, too!
We told you over the weekend that horror photog Joshua Hoffine has joined Mezco's Living Dead Dolls art book project, and now we have a look at some work he did recently for Sony UK featuring a monster of a prom!
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the release of Ghostbusters, one of the most iconic and beloved movies of all time. In tribute to our ghostbusting pals, Los Angeles' Gallery 1988 is celebrating the film with a traveling art show, which fittingly kicks off this weekend in New York City.