By: Hannah Moss, University of Sheffield Painted in 1781, The Nightmare by Henry Fuseli has gone on to become an iconic image of Gothic horror. So frequently has it been alluded to, reproduced, satirised and plagiarised over the last two centuries that this strange painting is now familiar to many of us. That is…
When a select few horror outlets were invited to the Blumhouse offices for a super-secret announcement, we really couldn’t guess what the news might be. It could be anything from the resurrection of Vincent Price to them telling us there… Continue Reading →
Starring Miko Hughes, Mary Lambert, Dale Midkiff, Denise Crosby, and others Written and directed by John Campopiano and Justin White Whether you are just an average moviegoer or a diehard Stephen King fan, everyone seems to remember Pet Sematary. Sold… Continue Reading →
The Horror Writers Association (HWA), the premier organization of writers and publishers of horror and dark fantasy, tonight announced this year’s Bram Stoker Award® winners during a ceremony held as part of StokerCon 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Superior Achievement in a Novel Winner: Paul Tremblay – A Head Full of Ghosts (William Morrow) Also nominated: Clive Barker – The Scarlet Gospels (St. Martin’s Press) Michaelbrent Collings – The Deep (self-published) JG Faherty – The Cure (Samhain Publishing) Patrick Freivald [...]
After the success of The Witch earlier this year, we were pretty sure we’d be seeing more witch-themed period pieces in the near future, and another one is indeed headed our way very soon. It’s titled Salem Village (formerly Salem)… Continue Reading →
One of the scariest films ever made – perhaps THE scariest – makes the inevitable leap to the small screen when Fox’s The Exorcist premieres this coming fall. It was just last week that we learned the network had given the series a full season order, and hot on the heels of that news comesRead More
Horror on TV is one of the hottest things in the world of entertainment right now, and many of those series’ that have come along in recent years have been based on hit movies/franchises. Up next on the chopping block is a small screen, episodic adaptation of The Exorcist, and just a few months afterRead More
Founded in 1982 by New York photographer Fred H. Berger, Propaganda magazine was, at the time of its final issue in 2002, the longest running and most popular chronicle of gothic subculture in the United States. From its infancy as a punk fanzine, it grew in scope, covering the esoteric obsessions of its “Propaganda Minister”—post-punk, death rock, fetish fashion, body modification, BDSM, vampirism, horror literature, androgyny, and paganism were all tossed into its smoking cauldron. Over time, these disparate influences became codified into what we know today as “goth” culture. Never billing itself as a “goth” zine per-se, Propaganda had...
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