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32 Days of Halloween XIV: Day #18

Peter Lorre on Suspense,Peter Cushing on This is Your Life, &Up From the Depths! Old-time radio is truly a blessing. Because not only did it give us stuff we can enjoy eighty years later, but it also gave people like Peter Lorre a paycheck when he was between other gigs. Or sometimes they were recorded during other gigs. Either way, we liked that these folks got paid. Here’s “Moment of Darkness” from 1943 and the show Suspense! Then we go to that standard bearer of celebrating...
Tags: Halloween, Television, Movies, Horror, 32 Days of Halloween, Peter Cushing, Old Time Radio, Peter Lorre, THIS IS YOUR LIFE


32 Days of Halloween XIV: Day #17

Kiss of the Tarantula! So after we talked about Night of the Living Dead: The Musical, I decided to see what else horror-wise had been turned into a musical. Apparently there is a Psycho: The Musical…with songs by Neil Diamond. I’m not sure Mr. Diamond was involved with the project directly, to be sure. Alas, there’s no video, but you can read an interview about it here. Many are the delights to be found at Zombo’s Closet, but I greatly appreciate their array of movie pressbooks an...
Tags: Halloween, Movies, Musicals, Horror, 32 Days of Halloween, Diamond, Neil Diamond, Spiders, Zombo


32 Days of Halloween XIV: Day #16

Night of the Living Dead: The Musical,Jack Benny Halloween, &The Land of the Minotaur! I’ve often said that somebody needed to turn Night of the Living Dead into an opera. Well, apparently it’s been at least turned into a proper stage musical. Here is the “title track.” I wish the sound had been working properly…a few people you can’t bloody well hear. Next, we go to 1947 and Jack Benny…we’ve shared a number of his Halloween shows in the past. And while this came out at the ri...
Tags: Halloween, Movies, Musicals, Greece, Horror, 32 Days of Halloween, Peter Cushing, Old Time Radio, Jack Benny, Living Dead, Donald Pleasence, Night of the Living Dead, Luan Peters


Spooky Who: 11 Modern Doctor Who Episodes to Watch for Halloween

It’s October! Obviously, that means we need to make a list of spooky things to aid in your celebrations and what better place to look than Doctor Who? Filled with bizarre monsters, creepy aliens, and some downright unnerving humans, there’s no shortage of nightmare fuel in this series, but we’ve narrowed it down to pick out the best, scariest episode from each season. Allons-y! Doctor Who Series 1 “The Unquiet Dead” Admittedly, “The Unquiet Dead” is not a terribly well-written episode. It’s...
Tags: Halloween, TV, Movies, Drama, Horror, Doctor Who, Sci-fi, Bbc, TV News, Harry Potter, Charles Dickens, Venice, David Tennant, Bill, Bbc America, Clara


Love & Death Photos: Elizabeth Olsen is Axe-Killer Candy Montgomery

As production continues on the Love & Death miniseries in Texas, HBO Max has unveiled the first-look photos for the forthcoming true-crime drama, centering around axe-murderer Candy Montgomery, who killed her friend Betty Gore in 1980. The series is currently set to make its debut sometime in 2022. The Love & Death photos provide us with our first look at Emmy-nominated actress Elizabeth Olsen’s leading performance as a churchgoing suburban housewife-turned-killer, Candy Montgomery. [New] Eliza...
Tags: TV, Texas, Movies, Drama, Horror, Scott Brown, TV News, Streaming, Hulu, Jessica Biel, Elisabeth Moss, Elizabeth Olsen, David E Kelley, Dane DeHaan, Per Saari, Jesse Plemons Jungle Cruise


Bad Boss Leadership Horror Stories (Updated)

  Do you have a terrible boss? Welcome to the horror show. Which leadership horror most closely aligns to your bad boss experience? As another Halloween approaches, it is time to revisit and update our list of Horror Story Bosses. Headless Horseman First on our list is the Headless Horseman. In The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, the headless horseman is the ghost of a decapitated soldier who seeks his head and is willing to take yours, as a substitute. The bad boss horror story is much the same. A...
Tags: Halloween, Leadership, Horror, Servant Leadership, Bad Bosses, Bad Boss, Scary Leaders, RadiantForest


32 Days of Halloween XIV: Day #15

Radio adapalooza, The Veil, &The Curse of the Black Widow! I have no idea where I found the first old school radio ad for a horror movie, but they’re kind of amazing. Deborah Rolski put together a playlist on YouTube for them, which includes my personal favorite, Werewolves on Wheels. Since we need some more Karloff–like always–this is from his series, The Veil. This was never actually broadcast and was finally seen in its original form in the 1990s. Enjoy this episode: “Desti...
Tags: Halloween, Movies, Horror, 32 Days of Halloween, Radio, Boris Karloff, Karloff, Dan Curtis, Sid Caesar, Anthony Franciosa, Deborah Rolski, Vic Morrow Donna Mills Patty Duke June Lockhart


Digital and Blu-Ray Details Revealed for James Wan’s Malignant

In case you missed its brief run on HBO Max, James Wan’s entertaining (and, frankly, underappreciated) horror film Malignant arrives for Premium Digital Ownership (including Movies Anywhere) at home on October 22, followed by a Blu-ray and DVD release beginning on November 30. RELATED: Malignant Trailer Previews James Wan’s Newest Horror Thriller Pic Director James Wan (The Conjuring, Aquaman, Furious 7) returns to his roots with this original horror thriller. The film is also from a screenplay ...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Tommy Lee Jones, Warner Bros, Harrison Ford, Blu Ray, Dvd, Luke Cage, George Young, Cooper, Palm Beach, Percy Jackson, Jake Abel, Movie News, James Wan, Blu-Ray Releases


Looking Back at Scream’s Legacy of Revitalizing the Slasher Genre

In the eyes of many horror fans, Scream is considered a modern classic, a new capstone atop the mountain of ‘70s and ‘80s slasher films that took what it had seen and infused satire, after running everything through a tightly-meshed strainer. It was a new and refreshing dish for those who had feasted upon killers like Michael Myers, Freddy Krueger, and Jason Voorhees for almost two decades, deciding to splay the insides of the films, like their victims, openly discussing the clichés, tropes, ...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Mpaa, Paramount Pictures, Scream, Randy, Sidney, Wes Craven, Jason Voorhees, ComingSoon, Movie News, Sidney Prescott, Michael Myers Freddy Krueger, Movie Features, New Generation Scream, Kevin Williamson Dawson


Halloween Kills Interview: Anthony Michael Hall on Portraying Tommy Doyle

The highly anticipated horror film Halloween Kills is out this week and marks the return of Michael Myers. Joining a cast filled with returning faces is Anthony Michael Hall as Tommy Doyle, who was previously portrayed by Brian Andrews and Paul Rudd. “Minutes after Laurie Strode, her daughter Karen and granddaughter Allyson left masked monster Michael Myers caged and burning in Laurie’s basement, Laurie is rushed to the hospital with life-threatening injuries, believing she finally killed her li...
Tags: Movies, Interview, Horror, Karen, David, Jamie Lee Curtis, Nancy, Michael, Jamie, Kyle, Myers, Lindsay, Carpenter, Tommy, Laurie, Haddonfield


New Trailer, Poster and Clip for LAMB, Starring Noomi Rapace

The Icelandic chiller comes to UK/ROI cinemas in December. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Video, UK, Movies, Horror, World cinema, Poster, New Releases, The Movie Waffler, Noomi Rapace


First Trailer and Poster for THE BLACK PHONE, Starring Ethan Hawke

First look at director Scott Derrickson's chiller. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Video, Movies, Horror, Ethan Hawke, Poster, Scott Derrickson, New Releases, The Movie Waffler


32 Days of Halloween XIV: Day #14

Vincent Price being an awesome human,The Hilarious House of Frightenstein, &The Bermuda Triangle The other day, we had a lot of Vincent Price (you can never have too much), but someone posted a great thread about some of the things Price did for the benefit of others. Here’s a short statement he made during a broadcast of The Saint (from either 1947 or 48). I mean, we already had enough reasons to think he was awesome, but that ranks highly. And check out that Twitter link. ...
Tags: Halloween, Television, Movies, Horror, 32 Days of Halloween, Vincent Price, US, Canada, John Huston, Bermuda Triangle, Frightenstein The Bermuda


Virus Reincarnation Eradicating the Plague With Sex

A perhaps too relevant eroge known as Virus Reincarnation has arrived, tasking players with controlling a capable female as she battles zombies afflicted with a horrid plague, the only cure (after excessive physical harm) being the ejection of semen from the infected male’s body. Come the year 2020, a strange virus that feasts on sperm […]
Tags: Games, DLSite, Doujin Soft, Eroge, Fetish, H, Horror, Image Gallery, Oppai, Oshiri, Zombies


The Black Phone Trailer: Ethan Hawke Plays Sadistic Killer in Scott Derrickson’s Horror Pic

Universal Pictures has finally revealed the official trailer for Blumhouse’s newest horror-thriller film The Black Phone, which hails from Sinister duo Scott Derrickson and C. Robert Cargill. The film is currently slated to arrive in theaters on February 4, 2022. The Black Phone trailer, which you can check out in the player below, teases Ethan Hawke’s most terrifying role of his career as he portrays the role of a sadistic killer called The Grabber. The video begins with the abduction of his la...
Tags: Apple, Video, Movies, Horror, Stephen King, Netflix, New York Times, Ethan Hawke, Cargill, Jason Blum, Universal Pictures, Joe Hill, Hill, Raymond, Finney, Blumhouse


Ethan Hawke in Scott Derrickson's Horror 'The Black Phone' Trailer

"Please, please let the dreams be real!" Universal has unveiled an official trailer for for a serial killer horror thriller titled The Black Phone, arriving in theaters in February. Starring four-time Oscar nominee Ethan Hawke in the most terrifying role of his career and introducing Mason Thames in his first ever film role, The Black Phone is produced, directed, and co-written by filmmaker Scott Derrickson, also the writer / director of Sinister, The Exorcism of Emily Rose, and Marvel's Doc...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Horror, Ethan Hawke, Hawke, Scott Derrickson, Roger Mitchell, To Watch, Emily Rose, Mason Thames


Chucky Season 1 Episode 1 Recap & Analysis: Death by ‘Misadventure’

Diving into a franchise that has produced eight feature films certainly isn’t child’s play, but the latest adventure centered around everyone’s favorite homicidal doll has one thing going for it that its predecessor did not. Whereas Don Mancini, the writer for every other film in the series, wasn’t involved in the 2019 Child’s Play reboot, he’s back at the helm for Chucky’s first venture into television. As a result, this adaptation automatically benefits from the feeling that it stays true to t...
Tags: TV, Movies, Horror, Syfy, Chucky, Usa Network, Mancini, Jake, Hackensack, ComingSoon, Don Mancini, Lexy, Jake Wheeler, Charles Lee Ray, TV Features, Chucky Featurette


32 Days of Halloween XIV: Day #13

A Disney HalloweenThe Lucy Show, & Dominique! Here’s a completely out of print Disney Halloween special from 1983. It’s primarily existing Disney bits spliced together to form a holiday medley, if you will. But for nostalgia’s sake, I’m glad it’s online. Now here’s something interesting: I went to see if there was an I Love Lucy Halloween episode. There was not. However, her later show, The Lucy Show, had a third season episode called “Lucy and the Monsters.” In it, she meet...
Tags: Halloween, London, Television, Movies, Horror, 32 Days of Halloween, Disney, US, Animation, Lucy, Lucille Ball, Robertson, Mary Poppins, Dominique, Bob Burns, David Tomlinson


Creepy Trailer for Supernatural Horror 'Lair' from Adam Ethan Crow

"You brought that thing into my house!" 1091 Pictures has released the official trailer for an indie horror titled Lair, from filmmaker Adam Ethan Crow. This already premiered at FrightFest just a few months ago, and is arriving on VOD this November. A fractured family are forced to face their demons, metaphorically and literally, as they become embroiled in a man's attempt to prove the existence of a supernatural entity in order to overturn a friend's murder charge. It's described as "a new...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Horror, To Watch, Sean Buchanan, Adam Ethan Crow


Back 4 Blood Review: Familiar Zombie Action, Even More Replayability

Turtle Rock Studios rose to prominence over a decade ago by developing the Left 4 Dead series. Ever since the release of the excellent sequel and its surprisingly emotional DLC, fans have been wanting another entry. However, Valve’s avoidance of all things with a “3” has led to over a decade spent playing custom campaigns and mods instead. Now Turtle Rock is back with Back 4 Blood, which delivers the familiar undead co-op action but with plenty of changes that will throw longtime players for a l...
Tags: Games, Movies, Horror, Dead, Warner Bros, Dlc, Louis, Turtle Rock Studios, turtle Rock, Video Game Reviews, Back 4 Blood


Tales of The Walking Dead Episodic Anthology Series Greenlit at AMC

AMC Networks has greenlit a new AMC Studios-produced series in the expanding universe and franchise around The Walking Dead titled Tales of The Walking Dead. Channing Powell, who has been a writer and producer on The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead, will serve as showrunner for the new project. Powell will work closely with Scott M. Gimple, chief content officer of The Walking Dead Universe, on the series. The universe is getting bigger… Tales of The Walking Dead coming in 2022. pic.twit...
Tags: TV, Movies, Drama, The Walking Dead, Horror, Amc, Walking Dead, TV News, Streaming, Black Mirror, Amc Networks, Scott, Powell, Channing, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, ComingSoon


Exclusive: Lady Usher Clip Starring Billie D. Merritt in Edgar Allan Poe Tale

ComingSoon is debuting an exclusive clip from the horror/thriller Lady Usher, based on the short story The Fall of the House of Usher by Edgar Allan Poe in a modern-day retelling. The movie is available now on Digital HD and DVD from Indican Pictures. RELATED: Exclusive: Night at the Eagle Inn Trailer Previews Horror Mystery “When Roderick (John Tupy) learns that his father has taken ill, he tells his fiancé Morgan (Billie D. Merritt, Deputy) that he must leave college and head to his gothic-sty...
Tags: Video, Movies, Horror, Edgar Allan Poe, Kim, Exclusive, Morgan, Roderick, Digital HD, Movie News, House of Usher, George Adams, Indican Pictures, Alexis Lane, Lady Usher, Billie D Merritt


New Trailer for Twisted French Horror Thriller 'Anonymous Animals'

This looks messed up. Gravitas Ventures has debuted an official US trailer for an indie horror thriller from France titled Anonymous Animals, feature debut of filmmaker Baptiste Rouveure. This premiered at a number of genre festivals last year, and lands on VOD in the US this fall. The balance of power between man and animal has changed. In a remote countryside, any encounter can become hostile. What exactly is going on? It is an "experimental feature film set in a world where the positions ...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Horror, France, US, Gravitas Ventures, Indies, To Watch, Baptiste Rouveure, Thierry Marcos Pauline Guilpain


Manhattan Apartment Horror 'The Scary of Sixty-First' Official Trailer

"Something extremely sinister happened in this apartment." Utopia has revealed the official trailer for a wacky, weird indie horror / dark comedy called The Scary of Sixty-First, the feature debut of actor / filmmaker Dasha Nekrasova. This premiered at the 2021 Berlin Film Festival earlier this year, where it won the Best First Feature Award. Two roommates' lives are upended after finding out that their new Manhattan apartment harbors a dark secret – it was previously owned by the infamous J...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Horror, Manhattan, Indies, Jeffrey Epstein, To Watch, Dasha Nekrasova, Sixty First, Madeline Quinn, Betsey Brown, Stephen Gurewitz Dasha Nekrasova, Mark Rapaport


Exclusive The Haunting Of Bly Manor Clip Details Digital Creation of the House

ComingSoon is excited to debut an exclusive The Haunting Of Bly Manor clip from the Blu-ray release’s bonus features. The horror television series is out today on Blu-ray and DVD. All nine episodes are included in the Paramount Home Entertainment release, plus several bonus features, including audio commentary and several featurettes. “After an au pair’s tragic death, Henry Wingrave (Henry Thomas) hires a young American nanny (Victoria Pedretti) to care for his orphaned niece and nephew (Amelie ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Horror, Netflix, House, TV News, Paramount Home Entertainment, Mike Flanagan, ComingSoon, Liam Gavin, Mrs Grose, Victoria Pedretti, The Haunting of Bly Manor, Bly Manor, Nia Miller, Henry Wingrave Henry Thomas


First Trailer for 'Scream 5' Horror Sequel Titled Simply 'Scream' Again

"You ready?" "For this? Never." Paramount has unveiled the first official trailer for the new Scream horror sequel, known as just Scream even though it's the fifth Scream movie in the franchise. The original Scream opened in 1996 and became a massive hit, which resulted in three other sequels. The plot follows a woman returning to her home town to try to find out who has been committing a series of vicious crimes. Though this seems to be a reboot, this film is also a direct sequel to 2011's ...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Horror, Wes Craven, To Watch, Kyle Gallner, Marley Shelton Newcomers, Dylan Minnette Mikey Madison Sonia Ben Ammar, Never Paramount


Scream 5 Trailer: Ghostface Returns to Terrorize a New Generation

Paramount Pictures has debuted the official Scream trailer for the highly-anticipated fifth installment to the iconic slasher franchise. It features the return of Neve Campbell’s Sidney Prescott, David Arquette’s Dewey Riley, and Courteney Cox’s Gale Weathers. The film is scheduled to arrive in theaters on January 14, 2022. The Scream 5 trailer begins with a familiar telephone ring that ends with the gruesome death of a teenage girl. It also provides us with our first look at the young new chara...
Tags: Video, Movies, Horror, Paramount Pictures, Scream, James Vanderbilt, Courteney Cox, Kevin Williamson, David Arquette, Neve Campbell, Movie News, Jamie Clayton, Guy Busick, Marley Shelton, William Sherak, James Vanderbilt Zodiac


Mieruko-chan Hiding Fear With All Her Might

Mieruko-chan has offered watchers a strange combination of horror, comedy, and sex appeal as the main heroine has yet more demons distracting her as she tries to conceal her fright, leading to some sexy moments perhaps ruined by the inclusion of these grotesque abominations. Watchers will likely be curious where exactly the series will eventually […]
Tags: Comedy, Drama, Horror, Anime, Schoolgirls, Oppai, Oshiri, Pantsu, Image Gallery, Adaptations, Passione, Mieruko chan


32 Days of Halloween XIV: Day #12

Hollywood Squares,The World of Vincent Price, &Madhouse! Okay, taking a moment to share this because it’s just such a great idea. Taking the idea of a charcuterie board and using Halloween candy instead. One day after the apocalypse when I can host parties again, this is happening. Now onto today’s shenanigans. Apparently, I stumbled into a Vincent Price rabbit hole, because I came across a “greatest hits” of his appearances on Hollywood Squares. If I had been playing the game, I’d have c...
Tags: Halloween, Television, Movies, Horror, 32 Days of Halloween, Peter Cushing, Vincent Price, US, Michael Parkinson, Hollywood Squares, World of Vincent Price, Vincent Price Goodies


Why We Need More Halloween Movies Like Nightbooks

Halloween is almost here, folks! Which means every store you walk into features an overwhelming abundance of Christmas items, because f— All Hallows’ Eve, amirite? Why is Halloween such a glossed-over holiday? I love some Thanksgiving and Christmas celebrations, but Halloween packs a ghoulish punch — whatever that means — and is perhaps the only day throughout the entire year where you can dress up as Indiana Jones and not get punched in the face. Yet, as the years go by, the candy-coated holida...
Tags: Videos, Halloween, Family, Movies, Horror, Netflix, Streaming, Sherlock Holmes, Jack Black, Indiana Jones, Alex, Steven Spielberg, Disney Channel, Eddie Murphy, Gretel, Krysten Ritter