Lists

As a celebration of all things October, BGH asked each of our writers to submit a Top 5 list of their choosing. Stay tuned all throughout October to see what these demented folks come up with!

Treehouse of Horror

As a celebration of all things October, BGH asked each of our writers to submit a Top 5 list of their choosing. Stay tuned all throughout October to see what these demented folks come up with!

As a celebration of all things October, BGH asked each of our writers to submit a Top 5 list of their choosing. Stay tuned all throughout October to see what these demented folks come up with!

As a celebration of all things October, BGH asked each of our writers to submit a Top 5 list of their choosing. Stay tuned all throughout October to see what these demented folks come up with!

Last Wednesday was National Dog Day. This meant most of the dog owners out there were busy flooding Facebook and Twitter with pics of their beloved companions while those of us without dogs dutifully liked and favorited each one.

The Fog

5) John Harrison

Picture this: You’re sitting in a movie theater on opening night as the end credits roll. You’re feeling confused. Let down. A little angry.

Take a visit to your local comic shop, and you’ll see dozens and dozens of iterations of Batman, Spider-Man, and X-Men titles. These books take up so much shelf space that there often isn’t much room left for other genres.

Texas Chainsaw Massacre

If you’re lucky, the worst thing you’ll ever experience on a road trip is a flat tire, or maybe you’ll get pulled over for having a lead foot. Neither is ideal, but things could certainly be worse.

Whenever a horror remake is announced, the news is almost always met with skepticism and groaning. Now, there is good reason for that. Remakes and reboots are difficult to do.