Fresh onto VOD and Netflix, the latest installment of the Child’s Play series is certified fun for the whole horror family. Advertisements
“Flying monkeys exist in literature, Nate. Horror writers who get laid exist in literature.” If you ever wondered what happened to Mystery Inc. after college, this novel sums it up perfectly with addiction problems, Planet Terror antics, and local legends that turn out to be terrifyingly true.
The beloved Stephen King adaptation has finally hit the screens after much publicity and discussion. There is no need for comparisons with this one, to book or TV series- it’s a standalone breed of its own.
Horrorhound Weekend: Indianapolis is proud to announce its 10th anniversary lineup for the ‘At the Movies’ Film Fest, fast approaching this September 8th-10th at the Marriott Indianapolis East. Films include classics, first debuts, and short films that exemplifies what it means to be a part of the horror genre. For a full lineup and details …
Blending ‘The Omen’ and ‘Stepmom’ together would probably give you Little Evil; a cute little diddy about the trials of parenthood, bonding, and fighting Satanic cults off.
Adam Wingard (You’re Next, The Guest) decided to tackle the 2017 film adaptation of the coveted and terror-filled anime, Death Note, which premiered yesterday exclusively on Netflix. Whether or not you’re a fan of said anime, it’s hard to imagine any average horror fan or thriller junkie not enjoying this adaptation.
Troubled Molly attempts to escape a zombie ridden Las Vegas but ends up alone in the desert with a hungry creature stalking her every move. Each frightening step leads her to both safety and the realization of what and who she’s really become.