Tag Archive: horror


Motion posters, aka Mosters, are a cool new addition to the marketing materials that come out in promotion of major movies. Just recently we got one for Terminator Genisys that features Arnold Schwarzenegger getting his skin blown off to reveal the robot skeleton within. Although the concept has been around for a decade now, Hollywood and the movie theater industry really got on… Continue reading If Classic Horror Movie Posters Came to Life

A funny thing recently happened to It Follows, the best American horror movie in recent memory. It opened in a small handful of theaters around the US on March 13, with a plan that it would then expand to VOD platforms not long after that, as is often the case with indie horror movies these days. But the response to the movie was… Continue reading The Director of 'It Follows' Talks Inspiration, Easter Eggs, Modern Horror and More

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:

Watch a new video essay on Akira Kurosaw‘s composition of movement, with comparison to the same in The Avengers (via The Film Stage):

The wonderful Anne Ramsay is profiled in the first episode of No Small Parts, a series on character actors (via Reddit):

Scottish artist Demetria Skye likes to draw Baymax from Big Hero 6

Wolfcop, the highly entertaining new horror comedy from filmmaker Lowell Dean, has just slashed its way on to DVD – so I figured this was the perfect time to highlight some of the other great lycanthrope films out there. If you’re ready to bark at the moon, or just like finding opportunities to drop the word “lycanthropy” into casual conversation, then these films… Continue reading The Last Horror Blog: Our Favorite Werewolf Movies, From 'Ginger Snaps' to 'Wolfcop'

Here’s the thing about horror movies — even the scariest of them have that disconnect from reality. A distressing moment or a jolt can be easily dismissed. It’s not real. No, that invincible, machete-wielding mad man isn’t actually going to kill you. No, your loved one isn’t going to transform into a mutant and try to rip your face off. By their very… Continue reading Why 'The Look of Silence' and 'The Nightmare' Are More Terrifying Than Most Horror Movies