Pop-culture-inspired toys are not going out of style anytime soon. With so many options to choose from these days, it can be a little overwhelming. But companies like U.K. studio A Large Evil Corporation make it easy to throw money at them, especially with its new line of vinyl horror toys.
How often do you see a toy repping the 1962 film What Ever
Our friends at Filmmaker IQ have published a fun and informative lesson that’s perfect for the spooky season. The History of Horror takes us from the roots of the genre dating back to the earliest days of cinema right on up to current trends.
The video starts with gothic horror inspired by the “old castle on a dark and stormy night” tales… Continue reading Explore the History and Psychology of Horror Movies with These Great Videos
Brace yourself for an addictive thrill ride! American Horror Story is TV’s most original new drama, a deeply stylish psychosexual haunt devised to keep you on the edge of your seat. The Harmon’s (Dylan McDermott, Connie Britton) fresh start in a new home deviously twists to reveal discoveries of love, sex and murderous revenge. Featuring a Golden Glober -winning performance by Jessica Lange, Season… Continue reading American Horror Story: Season 1
There are not only a bunch of board games out there that could make incredible movies, there are board games that could make incredible horror movies. These are frightening, tense experiences that lend themselves to cinematic interpretation, even more than something like a Ouija board.
Hey Hollywood, if you’re going to start making horror movies based on board games, why don’t you… Continue reading Eight Horror Board Games That Seriously Need to Be Turned into Movies
Includes the films Waxwork, 976-EVIL 2, Ghoulies III, The Unholy, C.H.U.D. II, Chopping Mall, Slaughter High and Class Of 1999.