Horror is exploitation. But there are limits. Blaming the devil for a vicious real-life murder? That’s the limit. Learn about the true, tragic tale behind “The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It.” A tale the wrong people are telling and going to profit off of.
In the A Quiet Place sequel, John Krasinski scores another fantastically tense, well-directed, post-apocalyptic story. Our heroes venture out into the desolate world ravaged by monsters in the hope of reconnecting to and saving humanity.
After over a year, Your Intrepid Host has finally seen a new release in an actual theater: ‘In The Earth,’ a film made over 2 weeks during COVID. Find out about this new film and why the theater experience is essential to horror movies.
Our final entry in the Killer Dolls series: the original Child’s Play from 1988! Brad Dourif plays a serial killer / dark sorcerer trapped in an ugly doll. In his campaign of blood and evil, he preys on a very dumb little kid and battles two very gullible adults.
Our Killer Dolls series continues with a chapter from The Conjuring-verse! A yuppy couple (who should really break up) keep an obviously haunted doll around for no reason. Padded plot, overdone jumpscares, and Rosemary’s Baby references abound!
A new short series: Killer Dolls! Before Annabelle… Before Chucky… There was: Fats the Dummy! Anthony Hopkins stars as a magician who battles the evil will of Fats, along with his own cringe-worthy struggles with love.
Learn why the past is scary! In 1901, an anarchist and a president met at a fair. It didn’t go so well. Featuring Guest Stars: Teddy Roosevelt, Thomas Edison, and hero James B. Parker.
Ghosts, chains, eternal torment, and visions of death: why A Christmas Carol is a great horror and social justice read for any time of year.
Welcome to Horrorstör, a novel crafted to fulfill your every stage of terror. Join five intrepid employees as they fight to survive a single night among easy-to-assemble death-traps.
Day 7 of ‘Monster of the Week’-Week! For our final entry, we bring you the X-Files episode Stephen King wrote about an evil doll! Happy Halloween!