Tweet Fans of the Re-Animator, get pumped! It’ll be screening at the Palm Beach County Grindhouse (Florida, not California) on October 23rd at 9:30 pm for one night only! Here’s the deets: “Scientist Herbert West has discovered a fluid which brings living tissue back to life. After the death of his professor, West moves to a […]
Did a moderately-successful monster movie from the 1960s draw from the wellspring of H.P. Lovecraft’s prose?
Pardon me while I excitedly squeal and foam at the mouth over getting to talk with one of my favorite living authors.
“I read, and, in reading, lifted the Curtains of the Impossible that blind the mind, and looked out into the unknown.”
Evil Never Dies…so long as sequels prove profitable.
A forcibly-retired musician finds herself dealing with demons both within herself and surrounding her in an old apartment building.
My deepest, sincerest apologies to both H.P. Lovecraft and Clement C. Moore.
Why you should answer Cthulhu’s call.
Necronomicon ex Mortis. The Book of the Dead. Bound in human flesh and inked in blood, this ancient Sumerian text contained bizarre burial rights, funeral incantations, and demon resurrection passages; it was never meant for the world of the living.
Toronto After Dark has officially kicked off, and Jeff has the scoop for you in his recap of how it went down!
Well, the vampire movement is so hot right now that it looks like director Guillermo del Toro couldn’t even escape its lure. After spending the past two years holed up in New Zealand to work with Peter Jackson on their passion project The Hobbit, del Toro has walked away.