Names in Horror: Paul Solet

Director Paul Solet gave us one of the darkest and most devastating character dramas in Horror with the release of Grace in 2009. His background in Psychology clearly weighed heavily on the picture, as Jordan Ladd's character descends into madness after giving birth to a bloodthirsty child. Solet will be a name to follow in the coming years, especially with the upcoming release of Dark Summer.
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Horror Posters: The Church (1989)

What terrors will be unleashed from Hell when the doors of The Church are opened? Rightfully billed as Demons 3 in many international territories, this Italian export is a stylistic improvement over Lamberto Bava's Demons series, and none the less frightening. Read The Full Post HERE!

Behind the Scenes: Pet Semetary (1989)

Kids will be kids! Miko Hughes behind the scenes of the terrifying screen adaptation of Pet Sematary. Read The Full Post HERE!

Great Moments in Horror: Pumpkinhead (1988)

Another chilling scene from 1988's Pumpkinhead, in which the Demon of Vengeance claims another unwitting victim for a crime she did not commit. What are your favorite moments from the film? Read The Full Post HERE!

Heroes of Horror: When a Stranger Calls (1979)

It was just another quiet night of babysitting for young Jill Johnson, until she received that first terrifying phone call asking “Did you check on the children?” Years later, Jill must confront the murderous madman if she hopes to save her own family. Why is Jill Johnson your Hero of Horror? Read The Full Post HERE!

Terror Trivia: Predator 2 (1990)

Kevin Peter Hall had studied African tribal dances in order to get into the feel and flexibility of the Predator and to give him a personality. Read The Full Post HERE!

Terrible Moments: Silent Night, Deadly Night 2 (1987)

If you have not had the supreme pleasure of watching Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2 in all of its terrible glory, you are missing out on one of the most amazing experiences of your life. “Garbage Day” will never be the same. Read The Full Post HERE!

Movie Monsters: TerrorVision (1986)

No one knows what it is or how it got here, but one thing is for certain: It sure is ugly! This googly-eyed slimeball is being projected into your phone from the camp comedy, TerrorVision! Why is this your favorite movie monster? Read The Full Post HERE!

Horror Quotes: Videodrome (1983)

Max Renn: Death to Videodrome! Long live the new flesh! Read The Full Post HERE!

Names in Horror: Jace Anderson

Jace Anderson is a talented screenwriter that serves as the yin to Adam Gierasch's yang. The two have worked with such names as Dario Argento and Tobe Hooper over the years, when they are not off directing for themselves. Anderson's writing credits include Toolbox Murders, Mortuary, Mother of Tears, Autopsy, and the 2009 Night of the Demons remake. Read The Full Post HERE!

Horror Posters: Willard (1971)

Never mind the silliness of this poster, Willard and Ben are not ones to be trifled with! Willard unleashes an army of rats that beckon to his every call in the 1971 film. Read The Full Post HERE!

Behind the Scenes: Creepshow (1982)

Despite his best efforts, Tom Savini was unable to mar Ted Danson's dashing good looks enough to take his rightful place on the set of Cheers. That's a 1980s joke for you kids out there that have no clue what we're talking about. Behind the scenes makeup preparation for 1982's Creepshow! Read The Full Post HERE!

Great Moments: The Carnival of Souls (1962)

This ghastly image comes from the 1962 classic, The Carnival of Souls. It is an influential moment within the history of Horror that has had a profound and lasting effect throughout the decades. What are your favorite moments from the film? Read The Full Post HERE!

Villains of Horror: Damien – The Omen 2 (1978)

While we are left uncertain of Damien's true intent even until the very end of The Omen, Damien – The Omen II is far less ambiguous. Here, we see Damien's initial rise to power, even as a child. He may not have fully embraced his dark origins just yet, but the evil is seeping through his seemingly innocent exterior. Why is Damien Thorn your favorite Villain of Horror? Read The Full Post HERE!

Terror Trivia: Soylent Green (1973)

The word "Soylent" is a holdover from the Harry Harrison novel "Make Room! Make Room!" upon which this film is based. In the novel, the word is supposed to suggest soybeans and lentils. Read The Full Post HERE!

Movie Monsters: King Kong (1976)

Jessica Lange stars opposite of this hairy beast in the 1976 remake of King Kong! Rick Baker and Rob Bottin would work behind the scenes bringing the 50-foot gorilla to life using state-of-the-art animatronics and costuming. Why is the 1976 Kong your favorite movie monster? Read The Full Post HERE!

Horror Quotes: The Lost Boys (1987)

Max: Don't ever invite a vampire into your house, you silly boy. It renders you powerless.

Sam Emerson: Did you know that?

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Names in Horror: Jacques Tourneur

The great Jacques Tourneur is one of the finest directors the genre has ever known. His subtle style draws entirely from mood, atmosphere, and suspense, with outstanding results. The most notable films to his credit include Cat People, I Walked with a Zombie, The Leopard Man, and Curse of the Demon. Classics, all. Read The Full Post HERE!

Horror Posters: The Howling (1981)

Now THAT is a poster! The Howling scares up this fantastic piece of Horror art that is sure to captivate its intended audience. What do you like best about this poster? Read The Full Post HERE!

Behind the Scenes: A Nightmare on Elm Street 3 (1987)

“Do you think they'll notice?” “Shhh... No, no, just keep carving... Just keep carving...” “I mean, it's pretty obvious that it's just a giant--” “DO YOU WANT TO KEEP THIS JOB?!” Read The Full Post HERE!