by Corrye Van Caeseele-Cook
Well folks October is officially here and you all know what that means….Halloween season! Aside from my son’s birthday being this month, Halloween is one of the big reasons October is my… Continue reading →
Introducing Michael Myers Halloween (1978) Dir. John Carpenter The Scene: John Carpenter throws us into the POV of a stalker when his masterpiece begins. The camera glides around the house peering in through… Continue reading →
by Jamie Z.
I’m baaaaaaack. This time with yet another installment of fantastic authors worth reading during the spookiest time of year. Check out my first list here and my second list here. 1. Neil… Continue reading →
Director: The Spierig Brothers Cast: Matt Passmore, Callum Keith Rennie, Clé Bennett, Hannah Emily Anderson, Tobin Bell Plot: Ten years after the death of John “Jigsaw Killer” Kramer a series of bodies start… Continue reading →
Director: Christopher B Landon Cast: Jessica Rothe, Israel Broussard, Ruby Modine, Rachel Matthews Plot: Sorority girl Tree Gelbman is murdered by a masked maniac, but finds herself reliving the same day time and… Continue reading →
by Jamie Z.
A few years back I brought you 31 Days of Halloween Films. Today I present with 10 more great choices to watch during the most wonderful time of the year. The Adventures of… Continue reading →
For the past two years around Halloween I have written about the most haunted places in America. Likewise this year I sat down and prepared to do the same thing, but this Halloween… Continue reading →
Cryptids are pretty darn nifty, as monsters in general tend to be. Monsters serve multiple functions in culture, to caution, to set an example and of course, just to scare the living daylights… Continue reading →
During the month of Halloween it’s fun to find shows that have a spook factor but you can still watch with your kids. Or you can rewatch Gravity Falls and find more clues as… Continue reading →
by Rick Regan
In “Phobia Philms,” I plan on reviewing and recommending scary movies based on real phobias, of which there is no shortage of, specifically what makes them scary and how they represent our anxieties. … Continue reading →