Tales from the Creep in February

From Antarctic Press.

Salutations, fright fans!

They say putting together weird, eerie tales is no “EC” job, but we’re dying to prove that wrong! Revel in the disturbing delight of this invidious issue of stories ominous and sinister.

Written and art by Ben Dunn, Joe Wright, Brian Denham and David Hutchinson.



Grimm Tales of Terror #5 preview

Zenescope Entertainment has provided us a preview of the new Grimm Tales of Terror comic.

Don’t go in the attic!

A secret is stored in the attic of an old home. And a 12-year-old is both intrigued and terrified of what he might find if he goes upstairs.

32 pages
December 3

Written by Meredith Finch
Art by Joel Ojeda
Covers by Richard Ortiz, Giuseppe Cafaro and Eric J








Army of Darkness #1 preview

Dynamite Entertainment has provided us a preview of the new Army of Darkness comic.

As the Chosen One, Ash has seen some strange things and visited some strange times and places. But nothing has prepared him for this! Catapulted into the depths of space, Ash must confront the Deadites in a place where no one can hear his screams… or his chainsaw… or his boomstick! What do the forces of the evil dead want with the International Space Station? Whatever it is, Ash embarks on his most out-of-this-world adventure in order to stop them! read more

CHAOS! Holiday Special 2014 preview

Dynamite Entertainment has provided us a preview of the new CHAOS! Holiday Special 2014 comic.

Join your favorite characters from the Chaos universe for holiday mayhem!

This oversized one shot has the slashers, lunatics, and dark heroes you know and love – Ernie, The Chosen, and more show the dark side of killer Santas and psycho snowmen on the loose! 

40 pages
December 3

Written by Steve Seeley and Michael Moreci
Art by Carlos Reno and various
Cover by Emanuela Lupacchino







Chastity #6 preview

Dynamite Entertainment has provided us a preview of the new Chastity comic.

It’s Christmas! And nothing says “Happy Holidays” like — a vampire Santa Claus?

Chastity returns home to New York City, but her most likely lonely holiday is interrupted by the evil machinations of a child-collecting Saint Nick! Can Chas overcome the flood of melancholy memories of family holidays past before “Santa Claws” adds more victims to his horrifying collection? He knows if you’ve been bad…  read more

The Twilight Zone #10 preview

Dynamite Entertainment has provided us a preview of the new The Twilight Zone comic.

When Private Investigator Ben Chambers was hired to investigate a murder that took place several years earlier, he never anticipated that his inquiry would lead to the seemingly impossible: to penetrate the veil of time and see the murder happen right before his eyes. Now that he knows who committed the crime, a larger question makes itself apparent: can he stop it from happening? Can he save the life of a young man who didn’t deserve to die? Or does the timestream prevent such things from ever happening? The answer to those questions of the past will forever alter Ben Chambers’ future. read more

Hellboy and the B.P.R.D. #1 preview

Dark Horse Comics has provided us a preview of the new Hellboy and the B.P.R.D. comic.

A bizarre series of murders and rumors of something worse lead Professor Bruttenholm to send a young Hellboy to a Brazilian village on his first mission. Hellboy and a small group of agents uncover something terrible in the shadows of a sixteenth-century Portuguese fortress . . .

32 pages
December 3

Written by Mike Mignola and John Arcudi
Art by Alex Maleev







Obscure Horror Cinema: Savage Weekend

Though the so called “slasher” film quickly became one of the most imitated and uninteresting sub genres of horror, proto-slashers and those that were released in the immediate wake of the iconic Halloween are often quirky, unconventional, and very weird. These excursions into the realm of the psycho killer are often truly shocking and unpredictable because they were made before the rules of the slasher film became canon circa 1981 with Friday the 13th Part II. One of these early slashers is 1979’s Savage Weekend. Though it may have a familiar backwoods setting, the nihilistically bitter tone of the film is often worse than the actual killings portrayed in the movie. Beginning with a tense scene of post divorce awkwardness, Savage Weekend follows a group of uncouth urban New Yorkers upstate where the locals don’t take kindly to their uppity ways, especially a weirdo who hangs out in a graveyard with his dead brother and brands his wife with the letter “H” (for whore, of course). The vacationing couples have lots of outdoor sex and tease the already worked up yokels who work for them. Though this may sound like a hundred other 80’s horror flicks, Savage Weekend sticks to you like pond scum right until the final duel to the death between a chainsaw and machete. Director David Paulsen slathers on the sleaze but its the performance of William Sanderson as Otis (channeling the same characteristics that would bring him worldwide acclaim as Larry, brother of Daryl and Daryl in Newhart) that totally steals the show. No one plays an unhinged bumpkin like Sanderson. Though perhaps not on the same level as The Burning or The Final Terror, Savage Weekend is well worth a view and a shower afterwards. read more

Horror TV Guide 11/28 – 12/1

Hello fellow flesh eaters! The weekend is here and so is the weekend edition of the Horror TV Guide!

Start things off early Saturday morning with Jeffrey Combs in Would You Rather? on MoreMax. On Sunday, AMC is cranking out the all-day Season 5 Walking Dead marathon leading up to the 9pm mid-season finale. On Monday night, kick back with Ridley Scott’s 1979 classic Alien on Encore Action.

See you soon, fiends!

Stay gory my friends,

‘New Year’s Evil’ Coming To Blu-ray On February 24th



Roz Kelly, Kip Niven


A killer calls in updates to a disc jockey doing a live punk-rock TV show.