Drive-In Dust Offs: From A Whisper To A Scream (1987)

Ever since seeing Creepshow (1982) when it first arrived on video, I’ve been enamored with anthology films; reaching back to Amicus’ ‘60s and ‘70s treasures like Tales from the Crypt (1972) all the ...

HorrorCon UK announce new May convention guest

Taking place at the Magna Science Adventure Centre in Sheffield, HorrorCon UK is one of the highlights of the UK horror convention calendar. We’ve been to a number of the events since its launch in ...

Black Mirror Season Four Review – ‘Black Museum’

Martin Carr reviews Black Mirror’s ‘Black Museum’… Darker than pitch and exploring areas of the human condition which others may shy away from ‘Black Museum’ works on multiple levels. A barren desert ...

It Came From The Tube: And All Through The House (1989)

Happy Horrordays, Boils and Ghouls! ‘Tis the season to be…murdered, perhaps? Okay, I’ll stop with The Cryptkeeper puns because: A) I’m terrible at them, and B) see A. But it is the season when we ...

Christmas Evil: Unwrapping the Taxi Driver of the Horror Genre

When we think about maniacal Santa Clauses in horror, we often go straight to the axe-wielding Billy from Silent Night, Deadly Night, or the homicidal madman who stalked Joan Collins in the Tales From ...

Drive-In Dust Offs: Nightmare (1964)

While us horror lovers revelled in the ripped bodices and cobwebbed corridors of another vampire plagued castle, Hammer was busy trying to clear the halls and make their way into the modern world. ...

Forbidden Tomes: Skeletons in the Skull – The Psychological Ghost Stories of J. Sheridan Le Fanu

The Victorian era, which saw a surge in literary realism, also witnessed a growing fascination—maybe obsession—with spiritualism. Ghost stories and accounts of hauntings were hugely popular, ...

Daily Dead’s 2017 Holiday Gift Guide – Day 10: Amazing Horror & Sci-Fi Artwork

Happy Monday, readers! We took a little weekend break over the last few days, but we’re back today with our tenth installment of Daily Dead’s 2017 Holiday Gift Guide. Now that we’re less than three ...

Daily Dead’s 2017 Holiday Gift Guide – Day 8: Over 100 Horror and Sci-Fi Themed Enamel Pins

Welcome back, readers, for another installment of Daily Dead’s 2017 Holiday Gift Guide! For day eight, we are going all in on enamel pins, simply because there are so many amazing designs out there ...

Interview: Michael Ballif Talks The Witching Season and They Live Inside Us Feature

Recently I watched an indie horror anthology series online called “The Witching Season.” The series was created by Michael Ballif and consists of 5 separate short films centered around the most ...

Make Your Christmas Spooky with Spectacular Optical’s Yuletide Terror

The season of scares may be over in the public’s popular opinion, but horror films are hardly regulated to one month of the year. Some of the most effective genre fare takes place in snowbound cabins ...

John Rhys-Davies interview: Aux, Orcs, Lord Of The Rings, Indiana Jones and more

Duncan Bowles Nov 14, 2017 John Rhys-Davies tells us about Aux, autograph hunting, horror, the Lord Of The Rings TV series and more. In the world of geekdom, Mr John Rhys-Davies is a legend. He may ...

Effects Artist is Selling “Tales from the Crypt” Props Including Baby Crypt Keeper!

Effects Artist is Selling “Tales from the Crypt” Props Including Baby Crypt Keeper! Not only is makeup effects legend Kevin Yagher credited as both designer and executor of the Chucky doll for the original Child’s Play, but he’s also the man who designed the iconic Crypt Keeper for ...

First Look at Mickey Rourke in Horror Anthology Nightmare Cinema

We're getting our first look at the horror anthology movie Nightmare Cinema that features five shorts from five different genre film directors that include Mick Garris, Joe Dante, David Slade, Ryuhei ...

Horror Highlights: Sideshow’s Court Of The Dead, Space Goat’s Kickstarter, Liilith, By Night: Origins, The Redeeming, Ao-terror-oa, The Gatehouse, Whispers, Killer Kate!

Sideshow Collectibles has added another imposing (and beautifully crafted) character to the ranks of their Court of the Dead with the new Mortighull Premium Format Figure that's featured in today's ...

The 13 Best New Indie Horror Movies in 2017

The 13 Best New Indie Horror Movies in 2017 Halloween always provides a good excuse to celebrate scary movies, but as anyone keen on the genre knows, it’s never really a bad time to do that. That’s especially been true this year, long before ...

Halloween 2017: Trick ‘R Treat is the Perfect Celebration of the Halloween Season

A murderous principal, werewolves, a school bus massacre, a demonic pumpkin creature. In lesser hands, these elements combined might signal an overly ambitious, convoluted mess jammed into a tight 82 ...

Twilight Hotel Comic Aims to Delight Fans of The Twilight Zone and Tales From the Crypt

For those of you who grew up reading EC Comics and all those weird, terrifying anthologies that almost certainly gave you nightmares (I still, to this day, remember a comic where a metal band was ...

George Romero Discusses ‘Night of the Living Dead’ in Previously Unavailable 1972 Interview

George Romero Discusses ‘Night of the Living Dead’ in Previously Unavailable 1972 Interview George Romero was making TV commercials in Pittsburgh when he created “Night Of The Living Dead.” He started with an allegorical short story and $6,000, intending to make a real blood and guts film. ...

Catalog From The Beyond: Road Games (1981)

I’m not sure if you heard, but there was a minor announcement made recently that Jamie Lee Curtis will be reprising her role as Laurie Strode in Blumhouse’s upcoming installment to the Halloween ...

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