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A Fond Look At Old School Zombie Comics

Zombie comics absolutely do not begin and end with The Walking Dead, and undead tales from the Golden and Silver age featured some truly amazing cover art and storylines that had to be more than just a bloody gorefest. Zombies: The Chilling Archives of Horror Comics is a vintage collection edited by Craig Yoe and Steve [...]

Horror Comedy Short – Structure Kill

(Vimeo Link) Structure Kill is a short horror film by Stephen Vitale that’s described as “not your typical horror film parking structure scene”. Well, this is one of those times when “not typical” means hilarious and extremely enjoyable. Be sure to check your back seat before getting in your car, or you may come face-to-face with an [...]

The Goofiest Villains And Monsters In Horror Movie History

(Vimeo Link) Horror movies have featured some pretty horrifying creatures over the years, and they’ve also let some real turkeys take center stage. Flavorwire presents a supercut of the goofiest monsters and baddies ever featured in horror movies, and when they say goofy they mean utterly ridiculous!  –via Flavorwire

Watching horror films can burn calories

New research suggests that you can burn anywhere up to 200 calories watching a horror movie. As Halloween approaches many people are settling down in …

Sculpture of H.P. Lovecraft with Tentacles

Lee Joyner’s bronze bust of horror writer H.P. Lovecraft is ready to slither off its base. It’s one of many sculptures he’s made of the Cthulhu mythos. Link | Artist’s Website

40 Behind The Scenes Photos From Horror Movie Sets

Making a horror flick sure looks like a lot of fun, at least according to this collection of behind the scenes photos showing cast members clowning around with monster props and costumed creeps. Movie monsters look far less scary when they’re smiling, or taking an off-set coffee break, but the pic showing Freddy Krueger (Robert Englund) [...]

The Best Silent Horror Films

Halloween is the time to watch horror films, but there are some old ones that you probably haven’t yet seen, because they go back over a hundred years! Balladeer’s Blog has a list of 31 silent horror films going back as far as Georges Melies’ 1896 short film Le Manoir du Diable (The House of [...]

Attack of the Mexican B-Movie Ads!

John Cozzoli has collected over 500 movie artifacts, mostly relating to “lesser-known horror movies of the 20th century.” Collectors Weekly talked to Cozzoli about his wonderful but obscure set of ephemera. Primarily devoted to Mexican lobby cards, or small placards displayed in theater entrances to advertise upcoming films, and American pressbooks, which provided promotional guides for [...]

Pac-Man as a Live Action Horror Film

(YouTube link) Come for the horror, stay to finally get a glimpse of Pac-Man in this “reboot.” -via Buzzfeed

Nursing Home in a Post-Texting World

Know someone who’s addicted to texting? Our pal Dan Piraro of Bizarro Comic explains the horror that awaits in their old age! Check out more neat Bizarro comics over at his website: Link