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New Stephen King Novel ‘The Institute’ Blends ‘Firestarter’ & ‘IT’

If there's one celebrity I'd love to have a chance to just sit down and have a chat with more than...

Sam Raimi’s Next Project is An 80s Horror Paperback

Before there were Kindles and e-readers, paperback books dominated the Best Seller list in the 70s and 80s, Sam Raimi is getting behind one of...

‘My Best Friend’s Exorcism’ Gets a Film Adaptation From ‘Happy Death Day’ Director

If you have yet to read My Best Friend's Exorcism, it's high time to move it up on your reading list. Thanks to Endeavor...

Eibon Press Resurrects Lucio Fulci Through ‘Gates of Hell’ Trilogy!

Eibon Press is inviting us to join them on a demonic venture through the murderous imagination of Lucio Fulci. As Dante of old, we...

Four Horror Anthologies That Will Melt Your Brain

Summer is coming to an end pretty soon and if you live in the Pacific northwest like I do, the rain isn't far behind....

The ’90s: Golden Age of Children’s Horror

The '90s was a Golden Age for children driven horror. Where the '70s and '80s had gory slashers galore, cutting down helpless teens one...

William Gibson’s Ambitious ‘Alien 3’ Script is Coming to Fruition Through Dark Horse Comics

In an exclusive by CBR, Dark Horse announced yesterday that an adaptation of William Gibson's unproduced script for Alien 3 is coming this fall and...

The Walking Dead’s Robert Kirkman Surprise Releases ‘DIE!DIE!DIE!’ Comic

For most comic book stores, you know what you'll be getting when you walk between the aisles. DC, Marvel, Image, and some indie jewels...

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‘Zombieland: Double Tap’ Comes Up Short at the Box Office

Coming out the year before The Walking Dead juggernaut hit the airwaves, 2009's Zombieland preceded the oversaturation of the undead in pop culture that...

TADFF Review: ‘The Furies’ is a Brutal, Bloody, Battle Royale

From writer/director Tony D’Aquino, The Furies follows Kayla (Airlie Dodds, Killing Ground) as she wakes up alone, in a box, in the middle of...

TADFF Interview: Tony D’Aquino on ‘The Furies’ and Practical Horror

The Furies is the sun-scorched feature film debut of Australian writer/director Tony D'Aquino. It's a bloody little love letter to classic slasher films that...

‘Stranger Things’ Season 3 Is Its Most-Viewed Yet

Netflix offers a lot of great original movies and TV shows, but there's no doubt that the most popular one currently is Stranger Things,...