Posts Tagged ‘horror films

Fans of horror films will really love these gorgeous art prints by graphic designer Alvaro Tapia Hidalgo, who emphasizes facial features with an acute attention to color. Bella Lugosi is Dead

“Their all gonna laugh at you“. One of the best and pinnacle scenes in the movie “Carrie”, when poor Sissy Spacek (aka Carrie) gets pig’s blood dumped all over her at prom, is immortalized in this art print by Aiyana Udesen. Available from Future Colors on Etsy. Trivia: The book “Carrie” by Stephen King (his [...]

Take a trip down Horror Lane. For all you serious horror fans out there, here is a serious look at some of the most groundbreaking and innovative horror films ever made. ‘The American Nightmare – The History of Horror’s Golden Age’ is incredibly graphic, disturbing and somewhat bleak and depressing, so consider yourselves warned. No hardcore [...]

Cabin Fever 2 Spring Fever Director’s Cut Movie Review Let’s face it sequels to horror movies usually suck. Unless of course you’re a ‘Saw’ film, and it takes till the 4th installment to bore you. Cabin Fever 2, directed by Ti West, doesn’t. It starts off where Cabin Fever (2003) left off, Eli Roth’s first gore-fest film, [...]

The Deaths of Ian Stone was released in 2007 as part of the After Dark Horror Fest 8 Films To Die For and directed by Dario Piana (who is directing The Lost Boys: The Thirst). I found The Deaths of Ian Stone on Fearnet Free on Demand (my go-to place for horror movie watching when [...]

In most scary movies the characters make the same cliché mistakes over and over and over again. You don’t want to be like them — be prepared so it doesn’t happen to you. Here is a list of the Top 10 Things Never to Do in a Scary Movie. Ever! 10. Take an alternate or short [...]

Fright-Rags and The Dryden Theatre at the George Eastman House will be paying a special tribute to Tom Atkins and Fred Dekker this weekend. On Friday, July 16 is ‘An Evening With Tom Atkins‘, featuring two of his classic films – The Fog and Halloween III Season of the Witch, both presented in 35mm. Tom [...]


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