“In Europe, between the 15th and 19th centuries, it is estimated nearly eight million people were convicted of heresy and executed by fanatical witch hunters, in order to save their souls. Their deaths on the scaffold or the funeral pyre was, for them, the release from agonizing torture which had often lasted for years. This… Read More 50th Anniversary Retrospective: Mark Of The Devil
This post contains spoilers for The Invisible Man. Being a trauma survivor who loves horror can sometimes be a tricky thing. The beauty of the genre is how it can help us escape our very real fears by looking at them through a different lens, or enable us to face them in a fictional manner… Read More THE INVISIBLE MAN and the Strength of Cecilia Kass
Nest of Vampires is a UK horror production directed by Chris Sanders and is currently in post-production. Principle photography completed back in January 2020, and the crew behind the project is expanding on their festival participation and marketing efforts using the funds raised at Crowdfunder.co.uk. Here’s more about the film: “Nest of Vampires follows an… Read More ‘Nest of Vampires’ Closes in on Post-Crowdfunding Goal
How are your new year’s resolutions coming? While some might have given up, I’m not because my 2020 resolution is hoping that this will be the year we find out what’s next in the world of A Nightmare on Elm Street. With Wes Craven’s Estate regaining the rights to Freddy Krueger and A Nightmare on… Read More 5 Ideas for the Next ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ with Robert Englund and Heather Langenkamp
If you’re not subscribed to Shudder, maybe February’s highlights and anticipated arrivals will entice you to sign up! There’s a slew of great films listed below. Take a look and be sure to watch the Horror Noire documentary before the Shudder original podcast of the same name is released! You won’t regret it. NEW… Read More What’s Coming to Shudder in February 2020?