While just about every iconic horror franchise becomes a revolving door of creative talent, everyone’s favorite murderous doll has been carried by the same writer and voice-actor for decades. Almost thirty years after Don Mancini and Brad Dourif first brought Chucky to life, the franchise is still going strong. Head back with us to 1988 and test your knowledge of on-screen and behind-the-scenes trivia from the original Child’s Play.
One of horror’s most popular and enduring subgenres is the slasher, with origins that can be traced, arguably, back to 1960 and Alfred Hitchcock’s game-changing classic Psycho. But two decades later is when the subgenre ⤇
From the 1920s through the ’50s some of the greatest monsters reigned over the realm of terror. It wouldn’t be until the late ’70s and ’80s that their throne would be challenged. Since then, there ⤇
Thirty years ago, the horror genre saw the dawn of the slasher craze—films that introduced us to knife-wielding lunatics attacking people at random during appropriately themed holidays or even from within their victims’ own dreams. ⤇