Posts Tagged ‘Rob Zombie’

William Froste: “Emotionally terrifying, diabolical” and filled with horror veterans

William Froste: “Emotionally terrifying, diabolical” and filled with horror veterans

Tweet Here’s a film you’ll want to put on your IMDb watchlist: director Natalie Bible’s upcoming William Froste, which is packed to the gills with horror veterans and scheduled to begin shooting this September. Here’s the amazing list of horror veterans who’ve attached themselves to the film so far (and this list isn’t even finished-apparently, there’ll […]




Haunted House On Sorority Row (Independent Entertainment, 2014)

Haunted House On Sorority Row (Independent Entertainment, 2014)

Henrique Couto’s latest film continues on his path of kicking ass and taking names…




Top 10 Deserted Island Flicks – Bill Adcock

Top 10 Deserted Island Flicks – Bill Adcock

Ten films. One Island. Can you dig it?




Blu-Ray Roundup For The Homebody i.e., Me…

Blu-Ray Roundup For The Homebody i.e., Me…

Summer movies are here!!! If by summer movies you mean sitting at home, with the curtains closed, in the dark…




The Maddest Story Ever Told: A Tribute to Sid Haig

The Maddest Story Ever Told: A Tribute to Sid Haig

What’s the matter, kid? Don’t like clowns?




Is it the End of the World yet?

Is it the End of the World yet?

New Horror flicks to keep an eye out for this New Year.




Meet Josh Arnold: Comedian, Writer, & Horror Geek

Meet Josh Arnold: Comedian, Writer, & Horror Geek

St. Louis-based comedian Josh Arnold shoots the shit about stand-up, horror movies, and oral surgery…bathroom style.




My Boogeyman: A Lifelong Obsession With “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre”

My Boogeyman: A Lifelong Obsession With “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre”

A lengthy, detailed (at times incoherent) loveletter to what I consider to be the greatest horror film ever made…




“Power Was Given Unto Them”: The “Evil Albino” Stereotype in Horror Fiction

“Power Was Given Unto Them”: The “Evil Albino” Stereotype in Horror Fiction

Albinism is a serious and incurable genetic defect resulting in a lack of pigment. According to centuries of fiction, this lack of pigment translates into a lack of moral character; hence, the “Evil Albino” has passed into clichedom.




Let Me In Trailer Hits, Looks Identical to It’s Predecessor

Let Me In Trailer Hits, Looks Identical to It’s Predecessor

In the world of horror, remakes have become almost their own subgenre.