Monthly Archives: August, 2016

The Black Monday Murders #1 Preview

Image Comics has provided us a preview of the new The Black Monday Murders comic. "Mammon." A new crypto-noir series about the power of dirty, filthy money... and exactly what kind of people you...

Preacher Season One Second Highest Rated New Drama of Year

AMC announced today via a press release that Preacher Season One was the second highest Neilsen-rated drama of 2016.  Preacher finished second only to FX's American Crime Story: The People vs. O.J. Simpson...

Kill Your Friends – Review

Kill Your Friends – Review By Lynn Sorel Rating: 7 out of 10 Synopsis: An A&R man working at the height of the Britpop music craze goes to extremes in order to find his next...

Krampus Brings Holiday Cheer To Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights!

Universal Studio's Orlando confirmed the rumored appearance of Krampus on their official blog yesterday, making horror fans wishes for an early visit from the Yuletide demon a reality.  A "scare house" based...

Rob Zombie’s 31 Release Changed to One Night Only?

Fans of Rob Zombie's House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil's Rejects, have been eagerly anticipating the release of his new film 31, which appears to be a "return to form" for the horror director....

Petey Wheatstraw: The Devil’s Son-in-Law Review

Fans of the underappreciated,  influential comedian, actor, and kung-fu master Rudy Ray Moore, owe cult-film restoration company Vinegar Syndrome a great debt of gratitude.  Not only did they restore and transfer Moore's...

Night Trap #3 Preview

Lion Forge has provided us a preview of the new Night Trap comic. The body count begins as the vacationing teens set off a series of gruesome traps. Unfortunately for them, the Trapper...

Scares That Care Weekend 2016

By Justine Marcoux Scares That Care Weekend is a yearly event put on to raise money for sick children, burn victims, and women fighting breast cancer. It is held every year in Williamsburg,...
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Guillermo del Toro Won’t Give Up On ‘At The Mountains Of Madness’ Project

Apparently, even having an Academy Award on your mantle doesn't guarantee you will get what you want in Hollywood. Guillermo del Toro--whose most recent film, The...

Horror Legend John Carpenter Hits Right Notes With New Music

When you hear John Carpenter's name, visions of such horror classics as Halloween and The Thing come to mind, but his contributions to the world of music are...

Book That Inspired ‘Village Of The Damned’ To Be Adapted For Small Screen

The Midwich Cuckoos--the 1957 s/f novel by John Wyndham that was the springboard for two Village of the Damned feature films--is now being made into...