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The Wolf Man and the Haunting Lore of the Werewolf

Originally I set out to compile a list of my favorite werewolf movies to watch around Halloween but so much time was spent talking...

“I Like Scary Movies” Pop Up Returning to Los Angeles

Earlier this summer a building n downtown Los Angeles was transformed into a living homage to horror movies. I Like Scary Movies saw fans...

Remembering Tim Conway and Horror Spoof ‘The Private Eyes’

Tim Conway passed away today at the age of 85. He may be most remembered as a part of the ensemble cast on The Carol...

Horror in Black and White: ‘The Haunting’ (1963)

In 1961, Robert Wise was finishing up post-production on West Side Story, when he happened upon a review of Shirley Jackson's The...

WiHM: 5 Classic Horror Movies Co-Written by Women

We love seeing female screenwriters working in horror. Films like Cam and Ginger Snaps were beautifully woven by women who brought their experiences and insight...

Horror in Black and White: ‘The Bat’ (1959)

A mysterious old house, a masked killer, a $1 million theft, and a best-selling mystery novelist converge in 1959's The Bat...

Women in Horror Month: Why Do We Love Horror?

In the horror community, the month of February is also known by another name: Women in Horror Month.

Horror in Black and White: ‘House on Haunted Hill’ (1959)

Welcome back to Horror in Black and White! We had so much fun last week with William Castle's Strait-Jacket, that I decided...

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Tightwad Terror Tuesday – Free Movies for 11-19-19

What’s up, Tightwads?  It’s Tuesday again, and you know what that means!  Here’s this week’s batch of free movies, ready for your perusal.   Deathgasm Deathgasm is...

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It's pretty official now. The world is going to end. The sign of the end times comes at us this time by way of...

Elvira Plays Her Own ‘House of Horrors’ Pinball Machine

There are few things as rad as Elvira. She is the Mistress of the Dark and a total singular icon. We all love her....

‘The Confession Killer’ Trailer: Netflix Docuseries Profiles Henry Lee Lucas

Henry Lee Lucas is often cited as the most prolific serial killer in history. However, there's severe doubts as to whether everything he's confessed...