I know I’m a little late with H.P. Lovecraft’s birthday having already passed, but it’s better late than never, right? Besides, Lovecraft should be celebrated every day – the guy deserves it as he should have received much more recognition in his life. With that said, let’s take a look at number 5: Continue reading
According to Deadline, The CW is adapting The Lost Boys, a classic 1987 vampire film, as a new series for TV. Written by Veronica Mars and iZombie creator Rob Thomas, the show is being planned for a run of about seven seasons in an anthology-styled format. Continue reading
For ages horror fans have wanted a film to utilize the vast amount of genre stars out there. And now? We’re finally getting one: Death House.
Here’s the official plot that sounds amazing, with the newly-released poster below it: Continue reading
An American Werewolf in London is commonly cited as “the greatest werewolf movie ever made”. And why not? It has spectacular special effects (for which it won an Oscar), a great cast, and a hilariously scary script. The movie is a prominent example of a “horror comedy” from a time when the term was used for serious horror films with subtle humor as opposed to today’s more apparent spoofs. And, of course, it gave director John Landis the chance to direct the Michael Jackson music video Thriller.
And it seems his son may be following his footsteps. Continue reading
Responses to EW’s first full-body look at Pennywise from the new adaptation of Stephen King’s It have naturally been divided between “love it” or “hate it”. Naturally. Continue reading
The horror genre has an incredible category of films to choose from. There’s movies like The Silence of the Lambs and The Exorcist that everyone considers classic. There are also the types of films that prospered during the 1980s which were met with controversy and concern, such as Continue reading