The Night God Screamed is an underloved, neglected little horror/exploito trash culture grab bag from 1971. It’s the type of threadbare production that perfectly encapsulates scuzzbucket Americana without really trying. […]
With a filmography that prominently features horror icons Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee, it’s no surprise that Britain’s famed Hammer Film Productions has an expansive back catalog that showcases everything […]
I often wonder why the Venn diagram of war and horror films doesn’t overlap more. Death and the dark side of human nature prevail in both genres and the differences […]
I’ve noticed an attitude among modern horror fans that puzzles me. These days it seems like even the most voracious gorehound is put off, appalled, upset, even outright angered at the depiction of household pets meeting grisly ends in horror movies, despite general delight in unchecked savagery inflicted on human beings. Why is that?
Life as a librarian can often be an unusual road. It offers many rewarding moments helping a community in different ways, but it can also be a pretty hard job. […]
Modern horror anthologies can be a mixed bag of goodies. Sometimes you get something sweet like Trick ‘r Treat (2007), but more often than not you get something that’s mostly […]
Sometimes it’s best to leave well enough alone.
Strange things happen when you’re in a band. When Ozzy Ozborne was on tour with Mötley Crüe, he snorted a line of live ants when he wasn’t able to find […]
Angelina Watson wasn’t bitten by a vampire.
After you’ve had your fill of turkey, stuffing, and pumpkin pie, it’s time to watch a movie, but what horror movie do you watch on Thanksgiving?