Blumhouse.com

Films Music 

John Carpenter Announces ANTHOLOGY Album and Tour Dates!

I’m not wasting any time recapping the cinematic and musical legacy of genre icon John Carpenter, because if you’re reading this, you already know about that. I’m gonna skip straight to the awesome news recently posted by the man himself. Since Carpenter launched essentially his second career as a rock star a couple of years […]

Music 

Behold the Terrifying Tunes of Tobacco!

It’s not news to any genre fans that horror films and electronic music go hand in hand. From the soundscapes that Goblin plastered across films like SUSPIRIA and DAWN OF THE DEAD, to the career-spanning scores of John Carpenter, and even more recent revival-styled scores as featured in IT FOLLOWS and STRANGER THINGS, the musical […]

Music 

Extreme Metallers Dawn of Ashes Unleash Epic Single “Guardians,” Plus Album and Tour Updates

Since I last wrote about the next release from extreme metal icons Dawn of Ashes, anticipation has been heating up among the band’s long-time followers — as well as a new generation of fans — eager for a follow-up to their critically-acclaimed 2016 album THEOPHANY. Kristof Bathory, the band’s founder and frontman, has been keeping […]

Music 

This Pug-Fronted Black Metal Band is Exactly What You Need to Start Your Week

How often are you faced with this dilemma? You consider yourself as evil as they come… but you also adore puppies, kittens and other animals, and just want to kiss them on their cute little noses. Yeah… I totally feel you on this one. Fans of extreme metal know the snuggle-struggle — there’s even a […]

Music Scary Fun 

If You’re Terrified of the Dentist, Don’t Watch This Video

Not surprisingly, the amazing visual style of director Peter Strickland (BERBERIAN SOUND STUDIO, THE DUKE OF BURGUNDY) lends itself well to the musical format… and his new video for the track “Never Enough” by UK-based synth duo The KVB captures much of that same sexually confusing, vaguely threatening and totally dreamlike vibe that has become […]

Music 

Radiohead’s “Burn the Witch” Reimagines THE WICKER MAN as a Creepy Kids’ Show

It’s been a long time since we heard new sounds from legendary UK gloom-rockers Radiohead, but their return to the musical arena doesn’t disappoint — and neither does the whimsically macabre stop-motion puppet video for their new single “Burn the Witch,” which puts a whimsical spin on a chilling classic of the occult. Taking a […]

Music 

Naked Witches Get Down and Bloody for Danzig’s Cover of Black Sabbath’s “N.I.B.”

[NSFW content ahead] Black Sabbath fans will instantly recognize the opening strains of that band’s classic 1970 track “N.I.B.” in the video below… but in dark-rock icon Glenn Danzig’s new interpretation of the Satanic single, there are way more naked ladies involved. “N.I.B.” is the latest release from Danzig’s new album SKELETONS, which represents a tribute to […]

Music 

Bizarro Horror Film DEMENTIA Re-Cut by Faith No More for “Separation Anxiety”

Legendary rockers Faith No More have deep roots in horror cinema, as previously demonstrated by their hiring of genre director Joe Lynch to helm the music video for “Sunny Side Up” (if you missed it, tune in here!), a single from their latest album, Sol Invictus. For their next video project, the band dug deep […]

Music 

Horror Stars and More Cover Adele’s “Hello” in This Crazed Mashup

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock for the last month or so, you’ve probably heard Adele’s tear-jerking #1 single “Hello” at least once… either on your own playlist, or maybe from the car next to yours at the stoplight, while the driver tries not to ugly-cry in front of complete strangers. As with anything […]

Music 

David Bowie Premieres the Chilling, Epic Short Film BLACKSTAR

There are very few artists capable of reinventing themselves to amaze several generations within their own lifetime… and David Bowie stands tall among them. At age 68, the Thin White Duke is still blazing new creative trails, riding high on the amazing success of his 2013 album The Next Day, which thankfully marked the end […]