Articles tagged with: Horror
I was dreading seeing this movie, another home invasion slasher-flick, that was originally on the festival circuit two years ago. It is a late-summer release that was sure to be just another glob of bloody …
It’s alive. It’s not alive — Monsterland’s plans to claw its way back from the grave are now toast.
Monsterland, the monster-movie-themed restaurant/night club in downtown Mesa, will reopen Aug. 24.
It’s film festival time again in the Valley and this year the International Horror & Sci-Fi Film Festival is once again teaming up with the Phoenix Film Festival.
The new Evil Dead is not a remake, but a respectful companion piece to the original trilogy and a loving nod to the original film.
Fear not — it’s just a hoax perpetrated by someone who hacked a Montana TV station’s emergency alert system.
This time …
The director’s first full feature has great moments of unsettling eeriness, but his lack of experience shows through on the undisciplined remainder of the film.
Got 3 1/2 minutes? Want to use that time to get seriously creeped-out?
See also: Count your pennies: Bram Stoker’s Dracula desk at Hollywood auction
A Hollywood auction taking place Dec. 15-16 will offer bidders the chance to buy the desk where Dracula author Bram Stoker sat while writing the classic vampire tale — complete with authentic matching creepy candelabra.