With the recent release of Eli Roth’s GREEN INFERNO, horror fans are hearing a lot about the Italian cannibal films that Roth pulled much of his inspiration from, including hits like CANNIBAL FEROX, CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST, and MAN FROM DEEP RIVER. But cannibal terror is not isolated to the undiscovered jungles of foreign locales. Cannibals are […]
At the turn of the century, a forger named Daniel Awety bought a rural property in Thirsk, North Yorkshire. His son-in-law, Thomas Busby, joined him in his illicit business. Busby was allegedly a bully, and stumbled home from the pub to find Awety seated in his favorite chair. The two argued, and Awety threatened to […]
Every month in Los Angeles a group of a hundred or so like-minded horror gurus gather to play the ultimate horror-themed pub trivia game, each team fighting not only for fantastic horror prizes, but also for the ultimate title of “horror trivia champs”. It is competitive, cut-throat, and a lot of fun! Blumhouse.com will be […]
You may know all the classic Romero zombie films by heart. And you may be equally well-versed in contemporary zombie flicks like 28 DAYS LATER, SHAUN OF THE DEAD, and WORLD WAR Z. But do these canons leave you ravenous for more undead? Check out our list of 13 lesser-known zombie films that still pack […]
There is no better way to prove your devotion to something than having an image of it permanently and painfully etched into your skin by a grizzled-looking dude in a tank top. No matter how uncool your starting position, a nice tattoo has the uncanny ability to pull you up. Selecting a tattoo is, of course, a […]
Death is something that THE WALKING DEAD fan comes to expect. Some of them, like Shane and Lori, are not surprising, even if you haven’t read the comic. But others are sad, jarring, sudden – events that stick with you long after the episode ends. We’ve culled together some of the darkest, most upsetting character deaths from the past five seasons – you know, just in case your day is a little too happy.
Yoga and meditation are common practices among executives, especially in the tech space. But a new age of New Age beliefs are taking ahold of Silicon Valley: witchcraft.
The graphic gurus at Mondo are opening October in style, by commemorating the classic 1982 Stephen King/George Romero anthology film CREEPSHOW with a new collection of limited-run posters. Let’s take a gander at the good stuff: This twisted interpretation is rendered by artist Boneface. The 18″x24″ screen prints are hand-numbered in a run of 225 at […]
Horror movies love to peg children as the perpetually creepy ones, but the elderly can certainly hold there own. As THE VISIT’s Nan and Pop Pop have become notable horror villains for 2015, let’s look back at some other disturbing examples of how the elderly dominated our nightmares!
The stories of the Crying Boy paintings were all the same: a fire would break out in a home – almost always an explainable accident, like kitchen fire or bad wiring – and the Crying Boy paintings remained on charred walls, completely unharmed by the fire.
It may still be early in September but that doesn’t mean we can’t start celebrating Halloween now! Pre-order’s are now up on the Fright-Rag’s official website for a series of brand new shirts and baseball tee’s in honor of HALLOWEEN II and HALLOWEEN III: SEASON OF THE WITCH! Based upon the 1981 sequel to John […]
I don’t know about all of you out there, but I’ve just about worn out my vinyl copy of John Carpenter’s album “Lost Themes,” which dropped earlier this year from Sacred Bones Records. And while I still haven’t grown tired of the music in the slightest, this morning’s news is most welcome. Sacred Bones has […]