Hey! Did we meet you at this year’s Wizard World in Portland, Oregon? Yes? Well, then good to see you again. If we didn’t meet you at Wizard World you can still check out the fun, fearsome, and freaky times that were had by all in this short video recap by the hyper-talented Matt Howl!
Horror Shorts: Treevenge (2008)
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Ah…the holidays. Yes. Those holidays. The Christmas-y ones. The holidays that fill you full of joy, happiness, togetherness, peace, family…frustration, long lines, anger, resentment, hatred, and, AND, AND….CHRISTMAS TREES! The bane of the past, present, and the future. Commercialism mixed with a toxic cocktail of entitlement, greed, waste, and environmental cynicism and acrimony. Just a plain ol’ dislike for mother earth.
Horror Infographics: The Tiny Creatures Alphabet of David G. Forés
What better way to introduce a baby to reading and writing than teaching her how to spell Cthulhu or Xenomorph! Artist David G. Forés produced this dark genre alphabet with our favorite adorable deplorables!
The Scariest Things Podcast: Episode LIX Vegetarian Horror
That’s Vegetarian as in this time the plants are eating YOU! The tables are turned, and these plants are looking for some long deserved payback.
Horror Shorts: My First Time (2019)
Horror in Hebrew! It’s a wonderfully twisty award winning Israeli horror short, with turns that you do not expect. Wicked, nasty and fun, check out the full short film here!
Happy Arbor Day! Fifteen killer plant movies… you know they have it in for us, right?
There are a surprising number of killer plants in horror movies. Some of them great, some… um… not so much. Here we have the good, the bad, and the utterly ridiculous.
Windy City Horrorama Review: “Blood Paradise” Finds Struggling Author Fending Off a Psychotic Farming Family
★★★ out of ★★★★★
Vintage Eurohorror and backwoods psycho horror elements are both at play in this tale of a high-society author who goes to rural Sweden to get her creative juices flowing again.
Horror Shorts: Alien 40th Anniversary #4: Ore
In space, you can’t measure bravery until you make a stand for your loved ones. Alien: Ore brings the goods in the fourth installment of the 40th Anniversary Short Film Project.
Mike’s Review: Demons 2 (1986)
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This film doesn’t make a damn bit of sense, but that doesn’t necessarily make it a bad film. Au contraire.
Mike’s Review: The Silence (2019)
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Just because you thought A Quiet Place was cool doesn’t mean it needs to be remade six months later.
Eric’s Review: Sadistic Intentions (2019)
★★★★ out of ★★★★★
Heavy Metal and Horror combos go together like peanut butter and some really bloody jelly. Getting the band back together was never such a bad idea.
Happy Easter Horror Hounds!
This Easter 🐰🐰🐰 you haven’t a hop in hell! Because…here comes Peter Cottonhell! If those aren’t two of the most hackneyed and shoe-horned taglines we don’t know what are. Because Beaster Day is real, it’s coming for you, and we’ve digested more crappy films that anyone should!
Mike’s Review: Lizzie (2018)
★★★ out of ★★★★★
Andrew Borden : You’re an abomination, Lizzie.
Lizzie Borden : And at last, we are on equal footing, father.
Horror Shorts: The House of Lexi (2019) Trailer
Coming soon to a genre festival near you! M.W. Daniels brings you House of Lexi, starring Emma Dark.
The Scariest Things Podcast Episode LVIII: Medical Malfeasance!
This might sting a little. (Aiiieeeee!!!) Jeff Dean joins Eric and Mike again in taking on our favorites Hospital Horror shows.
Eric’s Review: The Wind (2018)
★★★1/2 out of ★★★★★
Themes of madness, isolation, grief, jealousy, and demons abound in this 2018 Horror Western. A pinch of Little House on the Prairie, a dollop of The Shining, a dash of the Witch, and a splash of High Plains Drifter.
Horror Shorts: Alien 40th Anniversary Short #3: Night Shift
As if life on a mining colony wasn’t tough enough. Alien: Night Shift is a prelude to some very bad […]
Mike’s Review: Winchester (2018)
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A spook show with too many spooks?
The Scariest Things Podcast Episode LVII: Horror History 1970-1974
We’re getting a little trippy, a little sexy, and going full-on grindhouse… here comes the 1970’s!
Liz’s Book Report: My Sister, the Serial Killer
★★★★★ out of ★★★★★ By Oyinkan Braithwaite My Sister, the Serial Killer is the story of Korede, an organized, highly […]
Horror Shorts: Alien 40th Anniversary Short #2: Specimen
Cat and mouse, or rather, dog and facehugger square off in the second of the Alien 40th Anniversary short films, […]
Horror Infographics: Unexpected PopUp
Lindsay Ball-McQueen of BOOM marketing has come up with a fantastic set of images that re-imagines famous horror scenes by making them part of a children’s pop-up book. How fun!
Book Reports: Your Very First Horror Memories – Scary Picture Books
OK, horror fans, do you remember your first scary picture book? I bet you do! And I bet that book set you up to be a genre fan in the long run. Here are eight iconic spooky children’s picture books.
Mike’s Review: Pet Sematary (2019)
★★★.5 out of ★★★★★
Wait. Hold up. It took four cats to play the cat “Church”? And it took two kids to play Gage? That’s commitment!
The Scariest Things Podcast Episode LVI: Werewolves! Ah-Hooooo!
Put on some Warren Zevon (Little old lady got mutilated late last night. AH-HOOOO! Werewolves of London, again. ) and get your wolfsbane handy, because Eric and Mike are going to talk all things lycanthropic.
Joseph’s Review: The Haunting of Sharon Tate (2019)
★★ out of ★★★★★ This shocker tries to empower Sharon Tate and the other victims of the Manson murders, but […]
Robert’s Review: Long Lost (2019)
★★★★ out of ★★★★★
Not strictly a horror movie, but it feels like one.
Child’s Play Mystery Solved: Mark Hammill will Voice Chucky in the Reboot!
OK, now the Child’s Play movie has my attention! This may have been the perfect voice casting for the upcoming reboot.
Disney has hired David Cronenberg to direct Marvel Zombies for release in 2021!
Marvel Studios has announced that they are getting into the horror business, by bringing in the master of body horror to direct the John Kirkman penned Marvel Zombies as part of their Phase IV of the Marvel Cinematic Universe!
TV News: Jordan Peele’s Twilight Zone starts on CBS Streaming Tonight
Is Jordan Peele’s hot streak going to continue on in TV mode? His production of The Twilight Zone premiers tonight, with the first two episodes “The Comedian” and “Terror at 30,000 Feet.”