DVD and Blu-ray Releases: September 12, 2017

The resurrected

Wow.  We’ve got one heck of a list for you, friends.  First, there’s something I must address.  We all love the horror community; that’s why you’re reading this, right?  Well, the horrors of fiction and the horrors of reality often… Continue Reading


Go Into the Making of the Ambulance Chase Scene From The Mummy

Today marks the digital release date of Universal’s The Mummy, the first film in the studio’s Dark Monster Cinematic Universe. To celebrate this release, a behind-the-scenes clip from the ambulance chase sequence has been released where it goes into detail… Continue Reading


#SDCC17: Alex Ross to Premiere Universal Monsters Artwork Box Set

Update: We’ve added the price for the box set in the post. Renowned artist Alex Ross will be attending the 2017 edition of the San Diego Comic-Con, where he will have one of the largest booths on-site. Spanning two stories… Continue Reading


Here Are Some of Your Favorite Horror Performances

Yesterday, I posted a question on my Twitter where I asked my followers to quote reply me with their favorite horror performance. Little did I know that I would be inundated with responses for hours upon hours from people I’d… Continue Reading


The Mummy – Exclusive Interview With Director Alex Kurtzman

Although The Mummy (review) is only Alex Kurtzman’s second feature film directing credit, he’s credited with writing some pretty huge blockbusters (Star Trek Into Darkness, The Amazing Spider-Man, and the list goes on) so he’s savvy on entertainment for the… Continue Reading


Horror Box Office – OPENING THIS WEEK: June 9, 2017

Weekend Box Office

Now we’re talking! After a dismal couple of weeks for the genre, this weekend is jam-packed with lots of quality horror from big tentpoles to indies in need of your attention! Click on the titles below for our full coverage… Continue Reading


The Mummy – Exclusive Interview with Courtney B. Vance and Jake Johnson

In Universal’s latest resurrection of The Mummy (review) (which is directed by Alex Kurtzman), Tom Cruise stars as devil-may-care graverobber, Nick Morton. Nick is in the military, but he’d rather be plundering the riches of long-dead Egyptian royalty. He rattles… Continue Reading