Piggy’s Revenge by artist and photographer Danielle Tunstall, 2011.
I watched Annabelle with the idea that if you make a movie about a real life creepy doll, at the very least the movie is going to be wicked creepy. Which means that either I have become immune to creepy dolls or this… Read More ›
As Winter Storm Octavia barrels across the American south and another round of snow buries the northeast, there is little to do but batten down the hatches, bundle up, and wait for clearer skies. But when the clouds break and… Read More ›
Cover art for Edmund Plante’s 1988 novel Garden of Evil by horror illustrator Jill Bauman.
Think you know your way around slasher films? From their heyday in the late 1970’s to the modern resurgence that began with Scream, here’s a collection of nine facts you may not have known about this classic horror sub-genre.
Promotional poster for American International Pictures’ 1957 Voodoo Woman, designed by legendary artist and illustrator Albert Kallis.
No, not an actual baby, an adult who acts like a baby is scared of scary movies – me. I love Halloween, I love zombie stuff. But that is where my ability to handle scary movies/tv shows ends. I made the… Read More ›