At times beautiful, at times a grunge-fueled apocalyptica from the depths of insanity, but always fascinatingly subtextual and heart-pumping. On the surface, ‘Hardware’ is a grand ole’ piece of early ‘90s schlock horror cinema.
Whether or not it’s some strange nostalgic osmosis for The Baby-Sitters Club or some other late ‘80s or early ‘90s media, there’s been a recent influx of comedic horror movies centered around babysitting that have more to do with Adventures In Babysitting than When A Stranger Calls.
Featuring big-name directors and some genre-thriving actors, ‘Fear Itself’ is a bit of a lost gem in the television horror landscape.
Take a deeper look at not only one of the best horror movies for Christmas, but one of the best Christmas movies in any genre.
Featuring a cast that genre fans will no doubt recognize, What Mary Saw looks to be a wonderful addition to period set horror movies.
Ghost stories and horror movies have longed stood in for hidden anxieties and pressures, highlighting that one can never hide from what makes you afraid and danger is a constant just outside your peripheral.
Scream Factory recently announced that a bevy of their Blu-ray horror movies would be going out of print in 2020.…
After making his directorial debut last year with Ashes, writer-director Barry Jay has something different in mind than the usual…
Receiving her formal training from actor Clu Gulager (Return of the Living Dead, A Nightmare on Elm Street 2), Los…
Creeping into cinemas around the country over the last several weeks and new to On Demand, Echoes of Fear represents the ingenuity of independent horror movies, scaring the pants off an unsuspecting audience.