South Pasadena Getting Halloween (The Movie, Not The Holiday) Themed Art Gallery: Here’s Chet Zar’s Contribution

Halloween 1978

On September 16th, the Sugarmynt Gallery in South Pasadena, CA will be hosting Welcome to Haddonfield, an exhibit that honors and pays respect to John Carpenter’s 1978 classic slasher Halloween. The event will run through October 31st. Now, if you’re… Continue Reading


Interview: Robert Harders’ Original Pitch for Halloween 5

Halloween 5

Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers is one of the more divisive entries in the Halloween series. Certain elements, such as the mysterious Man in Black and the Thorn tattoo symbol, have remained controversial subjects to this day. While… Continue Reading


Funko Announces The Nightmare Before Christmas Pint Size Heroes and Horror Plush Figures

The fabulous fiends at Funko have announced a few more items this week: The Nightmare Before Christmas Pint Size Heroes and Horror Series 1 Plushies. Get your first look and learn more right here, including where you can find the… Continue Reading


Funko Announces Elvira Figurine as Well as Pint Size Horror Heroes!

Elvira

Funko has revealed today that they will be crafting a 5″ vinyl figurine of Elvira, the Mistress of the Dark, that will be coming out this September. She’ll be part of the “Rock Candy” line and is wearing her iconic… Continue Reading


Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers Is an Undervalued Sequel

Halloween 4

As a Halloween fan – heck, as a horror fan – I was as excited as everyone else upon hearing last week’s announcement that we’re getting another dose of Michael Myers and his iconic mask. That excitement increased further upon the realization… Continue Reading


Halloween II (1981) 35 Years Later – A Worthy Companion Piece to the Original or Not? Part 2 of 2: The Companion Piece

Halloween II is more than just a follow-up to the original film as it is very much a companion piece. It does what very few sequels do by picking up exactly where the previous installment ends continuing “The Night HE… Continue Reading


Retro Rewind: Five Horror Hotlines You Dared to Dial

If you were a young adolescent in the late Eighties/early Nineties, then you were probably like me and caught those taunting 1-900 numbers between your favorite programming specifically aimed at kids that would cost you your left nut if you… Continue Reading