You know those crane machines filled with cheap stuffed toys and the occasional awesome one that you simply must have? Penpal is a lot like those. The writing is long-winded and poorly paced, but if you’re patient, you will find the story is worth the trouble and the purse full of coins it costs to buy the book. […]
Like a car crash, Suffer the Children by Craig DiLouie is tragic and horrifying, but no matter how much you may want to, you simply cannot look away. Suffer the Children Author: Craig DiLouie Publisher: Permuted Press Genre: Horror Pages: 352 Release date: May 20, 2014 Sound like your cup of tea? Then buy […]
Scott Snyder and Jock create a spooky vision for the truth about witches in their creator-owned Image series Wytches. Wytches #1 Writer: Scott Snyder Artist: Jock Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: October 8, 2014 Pre-order a copy of Wytches Wytches #2 and Wytches #3 to be delivered right to your door! By introducing his new […]
Witches, Stitches & Bitches Edited By: Shannon Page A STITCH IN TIME… IS JUST THE BEGINNING OF THE STORY.
A new trailer giving us insight into the series plot, and seven new posters have been released for this season of American Horror Story.
James Wan is at it again with the second installation of Insidious, Insidious Chapter 2 and I couldn’t be happier!
The 2010 remake of I Spit On Your Grave was unique in a few ways. Very few horror movie remakes are considered to be better than the original, but not only was I Spit on Your Grave a better movie than the original, it was one of the goriest, grittiest films of the last ten […]
DIRECTOR: Renny Harlin WRITEN BY: Vikram Weet CAST: Holly Goss, Matt Stokoe, Luke Albright, Ryan Hawley, Gemma Atkinson IFC Midnight has released some great movies in their short time in the distribution game. So when they set me up with a screener of a found footage horror, I didn’t scoff at the chance to watch it. Regardless […]
Directed/Written by: Xan Cassavetes Staring: Josephine de La Baume Roxane Mesquida Milo Ventimiglia Anna Mouglalis Michael Rapaport Riley Keough Official Synopsis from Magnet: Beautiful vampire Djuna tries to resist the advances of the handsome, human screenwriter Paolo, but eventually gives in to their passion. When her seductive and highly volatile sister Mimi unexpectedly comes to […]
What do The Amityville Horror, The Haunting in Connecticut, and The Conjuring all have in common? Well a lot obviously. They’re all set in northeastern states, they’re about all american families dealing with haunted houses, they all have ominous titles, but most of all they’re all supposed to be true stories that involve paranormal investigator […]
There’s a little know sub-genre of horror that is based on tokophobia. Tokophobia is the fear of pregnancy. Not just getting pregnant but the trouble that can come with a pregnancy. Some horror movies that have touched on tokophobia have been: Rosemary’s Baby The Omen It’s Alive Inside Eraserhead Alien Xtro I could go on […]
Crypticon Seattle 2013 Crypticon is the Pacific Northwest’s largest Horror Convention and a provider of the best weekend out of my year every year for the past five years. Earlier I wrote an article as a preview of the convention. Now, I’ve experienced it in full. This year there was some great guests, panels. […]
I want to preface this article by simply saying, I don’t dislike Rob Zombie. I enjoyed White Zombie, I like his artwork, and I think he has some good taste in movies. This is nothing personal.
SIMPLY CLICK THE PICTURE TO ADD MOVIE TO YOUR QUEUE The Frighteners (1996) The Frighteners is one of the best Horror Comedies of all time. Jackson manages to pull this off not by mocking the genre, but by mixing whimsical mischief with dark and grim situations. Fox impresses in his role as main […]