Black Summer debuted on Netflix in 2019, and fans of the Zombie Apocalypse show have been enthralled with it for quite some time.
It is King’s unique style that sets him apart from other authors in the horror genre. His ability to fabricate horror out of the most mundane is magical.
Many things are hard to explain. In many ways, even the simplest things seem vaguely so, but all seem terrifyingly complex in this mystery novel by Agatha Christie, the queen of horror titled “And Then There Were None” (1939).
Horror movies, like “Texas Chainsaw Massacre” (1974), help us see into the experiences and mindsets of the characters, who are attempting to live through the worst moments of their lives.
Bobby Naderi was raised by his mother, who was an artist, and he ultimately found his way into the arts in his early twenties.
The boogeyman is a staple of the horror world and a popular tool for parents all around the world to spook their children into good behavior.
“Eyes Without A Face,” is about a surgeon who leaves his daughter’s face disfigured after an experiment goes terribly wrong, so he goes to great lengths to try to find his daughter a new face.
Dead Talk Live has new guests joining us, and it is the writers/directors Travis Cluff and Christopher Lofing, known for “The Gallows 1 & 2!”
The end of Pride month is upon us, and we have to go out a bang. And, what better way to do that than by looking back at some of our top queer icons in the horror genre.
When the film “Rocky Horror Picture Show” was released in 1975, there was no way the directors, producers, or even viewers would understand the impact it would have on the LGBTQ+ community throughout the years.