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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...

Horror in Black and White: ‘Strait-Jacket’ (1964)

Welcome back to another edition of Horror in Black and White! This week, we tackle the absolutely bonkers William Castle classic, Strait-Jacket!

Horror in Black and White: ‘The Cat and the Canary’ (1927)

Welcome back to another entry in "Horror in Black and White," a weekly series celebrating the monochromatic horror that shaped the genre...

Trailer: Jordan Peele, Tony Todd Speak on the History of Black Horror in ‘Horror Noire’

Shudder has quickly made a name for themselves as the go-to streaming platform to find horror, thrillers, and other genre goodies. They've...

How Aliens Invaded B-Horror in the 1950s

On June 24, 1947, private pilot Kenneth Arnold claimed that he saw a string of nine shining, unidentified flying objects during a...

Horror in Black and White: ‘The Bad Seed’ (1956)

On December 8, 1954, a brand new play, written by Maxwell Anderson based on the novel by William March, opened on Broadway....

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