Who doesn’t love a good ‘top 10 list’?
Earlier this week I wrote a brief article in memory of Ray Harryhausen and spoke of how he helped to revolutionize the art of visual effects in film. These effects, which made Harryhausen a household ⤇
You can’t talk about gimmicky b-movies without mentioning William Castle. The prolific director, producer, screenwriter and actor made a name for himself in the late ‘50s and early ‘60s with a series of low budget ⤇
Subscription boxes have experienced a major surge in popularity over the last few years. So much so that there are now entire sites dedicated to sorting and categorizing them. If you’re unfamiliar with the concept, ⤇
It’s been almost five months since we visited the enamel pin community. In that time, a countless number of incredible horror genre pins have been produced, released and promptly sold out. Pin makers continue to push ⤇
Stephen King is an undisputed master of horror. With book sales exceeding 350 million copies, his written words have been adapted for film, television, comics, and the stage more times that I care to count. ⤇