Illustration by Arthur Rackham of The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come for the 1915 edition of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol.
Holiday of Horrors
Our 3rd annual TYoH Holiday of Horrors comes to an end this evening with an especially macabre Christmas-themed episode of the 1980’s horror anthology show Tales from the Darkside. Created by George Romero, Tales from the Darkside was two parts Creepshow and one part The Twilight… Read More ›
Far to the north, just below the Artic Circle, lies a land of steaming volcanos and eeriely lit skies. As winter descends in the northern hemisphere, night settles on Iceland, swathing the island nation in darkness for more than twenty hours… Read More ›
Harry Furniss, The Last of the Spirits, eighth and final illustration for the 1910 Charles Dickens Library Edition of A Christmas Carol.
Post reprinted with the kind permission of our friends at FrightProps.com. It’s the time of year that spooks even the most die-hard haunter: the Holidays. The gleeful smiling faces of shoppers and blaring Mariah Carey Christmas songs are proof that the… Read More ›
The movie is supposed to be about someone murdering Santas in London. Now, I am no ace detective, but I am going to go out on a limb and say that as soon the news announced the murder of Santa… Read More ›
The season of yuletide cheer is upon us: hot beverages in front of a fire, gift exchanges with family and friends, songs in the key of winter. For those of you who prefer to raise your voice in less, shall we say, conventional choruses,… Read More ›
Poster designed by Burt Kleeger for the controversial 1984 horror cult classic Silent Night, Deadly Night.