Many consider Jamie Lee Curtis to be the original Scream Queen, having first been introduced in John Carpenter's classic, Halloween, before moving on to an array of other slasher movies like The Fog, Terror Train, and Prom Night. Jamie Lee would return for Halloween II, along with the later sequels H20 and Halloween: Resurrection.
A lone girl pops in an old VHS tape that is left at her doorstep on Halloween night, but the shocking images found on the tape are nothing compared to the horror lurking right outside her door! In the grand tradition of TRICK 'R TREAT...Show More Summary
She's been involved in the production of classic films from Sixteen Candles and Rumble Fish to horror masterpieces They Live and Vampires. Her crews dubbed her with the nickname Mother Producer, and her desk is prominently adorned with a "No Whining" sign. Show More Summary
Two months after Halloween, a horror fan’s second favorite holiday comes around in a symphony of bells and screams: Christmas! From BLACK CHRISTMAS to KRAMPUS, the long-standing tradition of combining holiday cheer with guts and gore is now making its way off of screens and into haunted attractions and horror-themed events, such as the renowned […]
By Robert Niles: John Murdy, the creative director of Universal Studios Hollywood's Halloween Horror Nights for the past 10 years, confirmed this evening on Twitter that he will return to lead the event again for next fall. So yes...I'm gonna keep doing HHN. Show More Summary
ADRIENNE KING THEN: Halloween is over. That wonderful night where ghouls and goblins run free has passed. Generally I have a hard time saying goodbye until next year. Of course, this year there is a very special date in November. It is one that has become just as important to horror as the night Michael Myers came home. Show More Summary
The horror anthology series "American Horror Story: Hotel" is in the middle of its season run at FX and the show gets more macabre and horrific as it continues on. Its fourth episode, titled "Devil's Night," is homage to Halloween, the favored occasion of supernatural types.
Halloween isn’t just for people, you know! There are many animal lovers who dress their dogs up in Halloween costumes, and while some may find it cruel, others (myself included) think it’s just adorable! It’s just one night a year, after all. After the response to my dog’s costume received such a positive response, I […]
Ellen DeGeneres recently sent her Ellen executive producer Andy Lassner through two haunted houses at Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights accompanied by actor Eric Stonestreet from Modern Family. The first haunted house had a Walking...Show More Summary
Check out these spooky stories, perfect for lonely Halloween nights. Column by George Cotronis It's Halloween night, you're all alone at home and it's too early to party or watch that horror flick you've got waiting for you. But you still want to be scared. Show More Summary
Today on Playdate, we're facing our fears. Not of things that go bump in the night, but of industrial mining spaceships and rabid hobos. It's all in the name of good fun though! We're taking a trip back to check out some of the Xbox 360's best horror games this Halloween week with Dead Space and Condemned: Criminal Origins. Show More Summary
Halloween is a special time for us horror fans, but imagine if you could be teleported into one of your favorite horror movies that happen to take place on Halloween night (I know it’s farfetched, but humor me). Would you really want to? We’ve put a list together of some of the worst Halloween nights […]
American Horror Story has a tradition of serving up its most off-the-wall and terrifying episode every Halloween, and this year is no different. Of course, truth is always scarier than fiction, so last night’s AHS paid homage to some of the mos… Read The post Truth Is More Frightening Than Fiction On ‘American Horror Story: Hotel’ [RECAP] appeared first on Towleroad.
AHS's Halloween episodes are always a night to remember. But Hotel's episode 4 brought out some 1970s serial killers, reminding everyone that sometimes, things really do go bump in the night.
There are two types of “American Horror Story” episodes. The first type jumps from plot to plot to plot and gives so much information that you either get lost or get bored. The second type is more of a fluff episode. It boasts very little plot development and exists mainly for thrills or tone setting […]
Devil’s Night is the evening before Halloween, and in the Hotel universe—and at the Hotel Cortez itself—that means the most notorious serial killers in American history gather for a formal feast at the forever home of Mr. James March, whom they refer to as “The Master.” Well—the dead serial killers, anyway. Show More Summary
With Halloween right around the corner, many people are enjoying the adrenaline rush of a good scare. Gamers are no exception, and the past few years have seen a resurgence in excellent horror titles. Some go for lots of blood and some turn to the supernatural. Show More Summary
Like all of American Horror Story‘s Halloween episodes, Season 5 Episode 4 (“Devil’s Night”) isn’t apprehensive about making sacrifices: apart from actual human sacrifices present at a dinner party, there’s the sacrifice of temporarily...Show More Summary
When an episode opens with The Night Stalker strutting into the Hotel Cortez and announcing “I have a standing reservation” to the star-struck Liz Taylor, it’s clear American Horror Story is swinging for the fences, and “Devil’s Night” is a bang-up episode of whatever it is that American Horror Story: Hotel aspires to be. Show More Summary