Horror’s Iconic Director/Actor Teams

Whale and Karloff

There is a long and respected history of filmmaking teams, whether they’re writers and directors (like Martin Scorsese and Paul Schrader), directors and producers (like Danny Boyle and Andrew MacDonald), or directors and actors (like Tim Burton and Johnny Depp).… Continue Reading


Wes Craven’s Summer of Fear Hitting Blu-ray This October

We’re very happy to learn that Wes Craven’s classic 1978 film Summer of Fear will finally be released on Blu-ray for the first time on October 10 courtesy of Doppelgänger Releasing. This news comes via Bloody Disgusting. Also know as… Continue Reading


Freddy and Pinhead Combine in This Astonishing Hellraiser/Nightmare on Elm Street Glove!

When it comes to horror franchises where seemingly anything can happen because reality isn’t what it appears to be, both A Nightmare on Elm Street and Hellraiser are near the top. The former uses dreams/nightmares to create phantasmagoric death traps… Continue Reading


An Open Letter: Horror Movies, You Don’t Have to Leave Endings Open to Sequels

Dear Horror, I love you. I really do. Hell, I’ve been a fan of you ever since I can remember, playing Castlevania when I was a very young boy, reading Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark in my elementary… Continue Reading


Let’s Revisit Discovery Channel’s Show Movie Magic and Their Episode About Horror Effects

Back in the early 90’s, the Discovery Channel had a show called “Movie Magic”, which lasted for several seasons. The show’s purpose was to highlight the creation of special effects in movies and television, giving viewers a look into what… Continue Reading


10 Notable Shorts from Famous Horror Directors

We all know the names: John Carpenter, Tobe Hooper, Guillermo Del Toro. These are just a few directors who defined (and redefined) the horror genre. Now I’m sure you’ve memorized their feature filmography. But have you ever seen their short… Continue Reading


5 of the Most Scarily Underrated Sequels in Horror History

Tuesday Knight Nightmare

Sequels are a touchy subject around our horror community. While some are worthy of following the often brilliant original, most are worse than five-day-old Chinese food. Honestly, I’d say only 20 to 30 percent of sequels are decent or better.… Continue Reading