Articles tagged with: Horror
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.
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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.
For me, Halloween is all about the classic movie monsters. (And, to an extent, animated TV holiday specials, but that’s another story.)
Dracula. Frankenstein’s monster. The Mummy. The Wolf Man, I guess … although whenever he …
Let’s say you want to explore the tantalizing supernatural world of Dark Shadows, but you just can’t commit to the nearly 600 hours it would take to truly appreciate the gothic soap opera’s 1,225 episodes. …