So you went to 7 Halloween parties last year and out hipster'd everyone. But alas you have no more costumes to prove your superiority. Fear not fellow hipster intellectual!

Andrew walks us through a thicket of horror family trees from Scream Queen legends to the offspring of Hollywood royalty.

The Universal Monsters have a long history on TV and movies. Comic books, however, are an often overlooked medium the creatues populated. In the next few weeks we will be looking at the comic book appearances of the famous film monsters of yesteryear including The Mummy, The Creature From The Black Lagoon, Invisible Man, Bride Of Frankenstein, Frankenstein, and Dracula. First up is Lawrence Talbot, AKA The Wolf Man.

In the modern era of remakes, Japense horror movies for American audiences are extremely commonplace while there is little talk about the opposite. Here is a list of American films and monsters being re-contextualized for a Japanese audience. 

Mortal Kombat has been around since 1992, and since the first day it hit the arcade people have been outraged. A cursory search on YouTube will discover a trove of articles proclaiming just how terrible the violence is, and how it will destroy the innocence of youth.

So, 2016 has finally slid by us like the abhorrent slug monster it was. Sure it has left behind a disgusting trail of mucus and disappointment for us to absorb into our lives but at least the worst is behind us. Right? Right!?

The Gift

'Tis the season for gift-giving and receiving. But there are some presents you'd rather not receive. Especially if you're in a horror movie.

“The horror genre is naught but blood and guts” is an axiom many a normie shall tell you throughout your life. NAY I SAY...NAY, for we horror aficionados know there are many eloquent forms of art hidden within the hallowed halls of the macabre.

Perhaps it’s because I watch so much horror throughout the year, perhaps there is a certain sense of nostalgia in the air during this time of year but Halloween brings me back to my childhood.