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Universal Studios

Universal Studios’ Monster Movies

What most people picture Dracula and Frankenstein to look like is based directly from the monsters’ portrayal in the various Universal Studios films they released from the 1920s all the way up until the mid-1950s.

CosplayFlex

CosplayFlex Available At Hobby Lobby Stores Nationwide

If you love cosplaying and making your own costumes for Halloween, then your passion is about to become more accessible. The material known as Cosplayflex is a popular one-of-a-kind thermoplastic used by creators to make homemade costumes.

HH Holmes

HH Holmes: The Real Life Horror Villain

A lot of horror movies are heavily influenced by true crime, and the stories of real-life serial killers are often alluded to in horror. The slasher genre, for instance, would most likely be very different if we didn’t all know the story of Jack the Ripper. But when it comes to macabre real life events, my mind almost instantly goes to HH Holmes.

Phantasm

Phantasm (1979): A Review and Opinion

Phantasm, directed by Don Coscarelli, is a science fiction horror film from 1979 that revolves around two brothers and the mystery surrounding a figure known only as the Tall Man.

Psychology of Psycho

The Psychology of Psycho (1960): An Opinion Piece

The character of Norman Bates was inspired by the infamous killer, Ed Gein. Many die-hard horror fans may recognize this name. It is the same man who inspired the creations of Leatherface (Texas Chainsaw Massacre), Buffalo Bill and Hannibal Lecter (Silence of the Lambs), and various other terrifying characters.

The Perfection

The Perfection (2019): A Review

Charlotte (Allison Williams, Get Out) was once a cello prodigy studying at the Bachoff Academy of Music. Her music career came to an abrupt stop when she was forced to drop out of the academy to take care of her sick mother. Years later her mother has finally passed, and Charlotte has the freedom to choose her own path once more.

The Thing

The Thing (2011) As A Prequel: A Pale Comparison

During the opening scenes of John Carpenter’s 1982 horror classic The Thing, we follow a two man crew of Norwegians chasing a dog across the Antarctic tundra by way of helicopter. The Norwegians land near an American base camp, getting killed due to mental errors and a language barrier that prevents them from conveying the danger that will follow the Americans if the dog lives.