On Tuesday, October 14th, Titan Books is releasing an updated and revised version of Jamie Russell’s Book of the Dead: The Complete History of Zombie Cinema, and in honor of the occasion, he’s written a guest blog for us entitled… Continue Reading
Misery (1990) Misery returns us to films that features extreme wintery weather as more than just a background. In this film, the snow is one of the main factors that set the entire story in motion. Our hero, author Paul… Continue Reading
If you want more chills, make sure to read 15 Of The Creepiest Things Kids Have Said To Their Parents. Warning: we are not responsible for your sleepless night! Make sure to tell us in the comments below what other scary things… Continue Reading
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It is of course horror films, with their intentions on scaring us, which have brought the majority of cinema’s most terrifying characters to life, from Leatherface to Pennywise. But if you think nightmare-inducing bad guys only exist within the confines of horror movies, well, you’d be dead wrong.
There’s nothing wrong with enjoying a miserable film. Just don’t tell your friends about it, they’ll clown your ass until you lock yourself in your bedroom with a bottle of Jack; you’re wiping away a fusion of sweat and tears, writing suicide notes.
We now return to the 80s, already in progress… THE SUPER NATURALS No doubt the least appreciated toy I’ve mentioned in this post, The Super Naturals were released in 1987 by a company mostly known for its toy trucks: Tonka.… Continue Reading
Though this Bereavement poster probably doesn’t strike you as one that would be on the list, the MPAA thought otherwise. Because of the depiction of a young child holding a large knife, they banned the poster outright, which led to… Continue Reading
Over 140 credits, an insanely lucrative franchise, a handful of iconic roles and a fan base that many would sell their souls for. It’s good to be Robert Englund. Years from now, when the man’s time on this earth has expired and new Robert Englund feature films have ceased to see release, genre fans will continue to praise the man’s work.
Death Sentence It’s all about family. Okay, so it isn’t exactly a Charles Bronson, picture-perfect revenge flick, but Death Sentence is certainly a worthy effort that gets the juices flowing… both the adrenaline of the audience and the blood on-screen.… Continue Reading