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He was axeing for it in new Deathgasm clip

By the time you read this story, Dark Sky will have released heavy metal-inspired horror comedy Deathgasm into a limited number of theaters across America. If you’re lucky enough to live in a market… Continue reading The Last Horror Blog: Heavy-Metal Horror, Our New Obsession with Krampus and More

A few years ago we told you about WNUF Halloween Special, one of the most unique horror movies ever made. The entire movie is presented as a taped broadcast of a 1987 public access TV news crew’s attempt to spend Halloween night doing a live paranormal investigation of a local haunted house.

It’s not the scariest horror movie ever made, but the… Continue reading One of The Most Unique Horror Movies Ever Made Gets a Ridiculously Cool Follow-Up

New Crimson Peak clip debuts – We’re less than a month away from the release of Guillermo del Toro’s latest feature, the already mesmerizing Crimson Peak. Naturally, the hype machine is starting to cycle into high gear.

Earlier this week, we got a peek at a new clip from the film – which is set in a gothic mansion and features performances… Continue reading The Last Horror Blog: 'Crimson Peak' and 'The Mind's Eye' Clips, A Freddy Kreuger Tribute and More

In the realm of documentaries about horror movies, it seems unlikely that anyone will ever make anything quite as epic as Daniel Farrands’ Crystal Lake Memories: The Complete History of Friday the 13th. This roughly seven-hour feature is the definitive behind-the-scenes look at Jason Voorhees’ bload-soaked cinematic rampage. Packed with interviews, clips, and a treasure-trove of other goodies, this is a must-own for… Continue reading The Last Horror Blog: The Best Documentaries About Horror Movies

Dario Argento’s seminal Italian horror film Suspiria turned 38 last week and that seems like as good a time as any for me to wax poetic about one of my all-time favorite horror films. So, join me in celebrating one of the greatest horror films ever made.

While Deep Red may be the film that signals the birth of Dario Argento as… Continue reading The Last Horror Blog: Celebrating the Cinema of Nightmares That Is 'Suspiria'