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

Zombie’s 31 to Premiere at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival

Rob Zombie’s eagerly anticipated–at least for me–new film 31 will be having its world premier at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival. 31 is of course written and directed by Zombie and stars a cornucopia of horror icons including Malcolm McDowell, Sherri Moon Zombie, Meg Foster, Judy Geeson, Jeff Daniel Phillips, Jane Carr, Richard Brake, Ginger Lynn, David Ury, Daniel Roebuck, … Continue reading

House of Afflictions Gets February 2016 Release

Looking for a 1970s haunted house throwback? HOUSE OF AFFLICTIONS might just be exactly what you have been looking for. The film is written and directed by Anthony M. Winson and stars Michelle Darkin Price, Stefan Boehm, Penelope Butler, Lindsey Parr, and Simon Crudgington. Check out the press release, trailer, and plot crunch below for more information: Wild Eye Unlocks the House of … Continue reading

New International Poster & Trailer Drop for Baskin

Not sure where this film came from, but I hate that it has escaped my radar for this long!! The Turkish horror film BASKIN seems like a scary, nightmarish journey into evil that looks right up my alley. From the looks of the trailer, imagine if William Friedkin and Lucio Fulci made a movie together. Exactly. BASKIN … Continue reading

If Superman III Was a Horror Film

Remember how terrible SUPERMAN III was? This movie sucked out loud!! Well, the good folks over at One Perfect Shot remember, and they set out to do something about it. As good as SUPERMAN I and II were, SUPERMAN III is just as bad. Comicbook.com summarizes the third film perfectly: After 1980’s Superman II delighted audiences and … Continue reading