For those of you like me, horror and macabre movies were not always your cup of tea. When I started dating my now-husband three years ago, he informed me that horror was basically his life. I remember being intrigued, but … Continue reading So, I Married a Horror Addict…Five Movies Every Horror Newbie Should See
I know I’m not the only one who chuckles when nervous or terrified. I also know I’m not the only one who laughs at horribly offensive jokes – you know, the kind that make most people cringe or shake their … Continue reading LAUGHING AT THE HORROR: an interview with The Last Podcast on the Left’s Marcus Parks
Etheria Film Night, one of the most well-regarded and grand Women in Horror celebrations in the world. The festival has helped countless talents gain recognition and, most importantly, support throughout the indie horror community. As a proud Women in Horror … Continue reading Stacy Pippi Hammon and Etheria Film Night: an interview
One of the most important aspects of magic is the presentation. Whether it’s top hats and bunny rabbits or lipstick and eye shadow, it’s all about captivating an audience. Dan Sperry prefers the term anti-conjuror as opposed to magician because, … Continue reading An interview with anti-conjuror Dan Sperry
Last night, David Colton and the Classic Horror Film Board announced the winners of the 2016 Rondo Hatton Awards and, boy, what a night it was! It’s always a truly special chance to gather with a bunch of like-minded … Continue reading Rondo Award Winners announced!
I was introduced to horror at an early age and fell face first into some of the darkest corners of horror entertainment at far too early an age. But, it’s gotten me to where I am today as a writer … Continue reading Unholy terror: a loving reflection of The Sentinel
Lin Shaye has been on the horror scene since her older brother Robert Shaye brought her into the New Line Cinema fold back in 1984. “My big brother put me in A Nightmare on Elm Street and that started it all!”, … Continue reading Into The Further with Lin Shaye: an interview, pt. 1
After connecting with a stranger of similar interests online, family man Gordon and his young son Paul embark on an ill fated road trip in which Gordon aims to indulge in a secret passion. Before the day ends a horrible … Continue reading ‘HEIR’ review