Welcome to The Last Horror Blog, a biweekly column on all things horror.
Hollywood may be mostly interested in rebooting and remaking popular horror films these days, but some of the genre’s best titles were actually adaptations based on books and short stories. The Haunting (the 1963 original) was a film version of Shirley Jackson’s The Haunting of Hill House. The Exorcist and Rosemary’s Baby were both inspired by the works of… Continue reading The Last Horror Blog: 8 Creepy Books That Would Make Great Movies
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Did James Franco take a Southern Gothic literature class during his last higher learning go-around?
The polymath debuted an adaptation of William Faulkner’s “As I Lay Dying” earlier this year, and now comes the teaser trailer for his… Continue reading 'Child of God' Trailer Offers Creepy Peek at James Franco's Cormac McCarthy Adaptation (VIDEO)
Are you a horror movie fan who can’t wait for the creep-tastic movie “You’re Next” to hit theaters on August 23? Well, you’re in luck!
Moviefone and Lionsgate are giving away a horror movie prize pack fit for even the most sadistic fan. The prize includes a DVD set including “Cabin in the Woods,” “Saw,” and one surprise! That’s not all — you can also… Continue reading 'You're Next' Giveaway: Win a Horror Movie Prize Pack & Mask From the Creepy New Flick!
“American Horror Story” is heading to the insane asylum for Season 2, and as expected, there will be no shortage of seriously creepy criminals roaming the halls as Jessica Lange does her best to keep them in line.
Newly announced is the casting of Britne Oldford, one of the stars of Britain’s racy series “Skins.” According to TVLine, Oldford has been cast in the recurring role… Continue reading 'American Horror Story' Season 2: 'Skins' star Britne Oldford joins some creepy characters
Cine Latino covers, well, all things relating to Latino culture and the movies, every Friday.
With Halloween only a week away we decided to take a look at a few nail-biting horror films crafted by 15 directors from Mexico, Spain, Chile, Uruguay and Cuba. Our roundup includes some classic scary tales, a few currently in theaters and a handful of new titles we hope you’ll… Continue reading Cine Latino: Creepy Tales You Shouldn’t Watch Alone