Drew Barrymore lights Stephen King’s cigarette at a 1984 fundraising premiere of Firestarter in Bangor, Maine, photographed by Mimi Cotter.
I know that the majority of high brow horror buffs aren’t big fans of the Paranormal Activity movies, but hear me out on this. The fifth installment is coming out in March and believe it or not, all the movies follow… Read More ›
That hungry fellow above is an elf. The movie he is in is called Elves. And he needs a virgin to mate with so he can start the new master race because he was created by Nazis. Yep. The elf was made… Read More ›
Earlier this year, filmmaker David F. Sandberg scared the internet’s collective pants off with his short film Lights Out. For this week’s featured horror short, we’re revisiting David’s creepy apartment setting with his follow-on horror short, Pictured. Once again, an unusual noise prompts an… Read More ›
This week’s featured horror short is a modern relic of an earlier age, shot on the nearly extinct medium of Super 8 film for Flicker’s Attack of the 50 Foot Reels short film festival. Created by Los Angeles-based animator, director, and sound designer Eric Deutschman, tonight’s… Read More ›
With Halloween just passed and a long 332 days til next October, you might be thinking that the season for horror has ended. Of course, we know better than that here at TYoH, and we have some marvelous things in store for… Read More ›
October 1941 trade advert for The Wolf Man in The Film Daily via Scott Marks.
Imagine waking up in a bathtub full of ice, surgical tools scattered on the floor around you. Although your hands may immediately fly to check the integrity of your kidneys, tonight’s featured short, written and directed by Adam-Gabriel Belley-Cote and… Read More ›
Kittens, most of you are likely familiar with the 1902 short story by W. W. Jacobs, The Monkey’s Paw, in which a magical talisman interprets a careless wish in the most frightfully literal way possible. Today’s featured horror short, The Umbrella Factory, directed by Lexie… Read More ›