Iconic Horror Scenes: From Alien to Re-Animator to Carrie

There’s no denying that over the decades, horror films have worked their way into the collective conscious. Besides a hockey mask, fangs, and long, stringy black hair, there are tons of iconic horror scenes out there. Some films have become so popular that just mentioning the title of the film in a room full of people … Continue reading


Some classics coming out this week!! There’s more than a few I’ll be adding to my collection, Let’s get to it: BATMAN UNLIMITED: MONSTER MAYHEM (2015) It’s Halloween night in Gotham, and the Joker’s going for his greatest trick of all when he looses a quartet of the spookiest supervillains–Scarecrow, Clayface, Solomon Grundy, and Silver … Continue reading

Eureka Entertainment to Release The Man Who Could Cheat Death this September

The classic 1959 Hammer film THE MAN WHO COULD CHEAT DEATH is getting the special DVD/Blu-ray treatment from Eureka Entertainment. THE MAN WHO COULD CHEAT DEATH is directed by Terence Fisher, is written by Jimmy Sangster, and stars Christopher Lee, Anton Diffring, Hazel Court, Arnold Marlé, Delphi Lawrence, and Francis De Wolff. Check out the press release for the details of the upcoming release this … Continue reading

Curse of Frankenstein (1957)

In honour of the recent passing of Sir Christopher Lee (Anythinghorror’s obituary is here), I have gone back to some of his earliest, most significant film offerings in the horror genre, some of which I haven’t seen in decades. 1957’s THE CURSE OF FRANKENSTEIN was the movie that not only launched Lee into international stardom, … Continue reading