Legendary Artist Bernie Wrightson Passes Away At The Age Of 68

And What A Talent He Was

Known throughout the horror world for his legendary pieces including the horror comic Creepy, DC‘s Swamp Thing, and an adaptation of Mary Shelley‘s Frankenstein, artist Bernie Wrightson passed away yesterday (March 18, 2017) at the age of 68 after a long battle with brain cancer. Continue reading

Terror Con 2017: A Frightfully Wicked Weekend of Cosplay

COSPLAY THAT NIGHTMARES ARE MADE FROM…

HORROR FUN WITH NIROPE

Terror Con 2017 was a weekend of frightful events with something new and exciting around every corner and you can’t help but pay attention to all of the Cosplayers that wait for such events to show off there latest creations!! Check out the slideshow below to see ones you loved or might have even missed. ENJOY!!!

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A Week In Review: Music By Alice Cooper, KISS, And More…

AND THE TIMES THEY ARE A CHANGING…

It comes as no surprise to those of you who are interested in music, that Shallow Graves Nick Kruger is a connoisseur when it comes to all things Musical. That is why for our Week In Review, we will highlight some of Nick’s reviews on some of his favorite bands! Just click on the picture, and we look forward to hearing your thoughts!!!

1. Alice Cooper Goes Dark With 1983’s ‘Dada’

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Paramount Shuts Down New ‘Friday The 13th’ Movie

JASON GETS SHELVED AGAIN!!!

Paramount Pictures announced yesterday that the new Friday the 13th movie had been removed from its schedule, which usually means a film is looking for a new release date, but The Hollywood Reporter says that’s not the case here. The reboot has been completely shut down and is not happening anymore, at least not at Paramount.

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‘Rings’ Scores With A Frightening $800,000 With Thursday Night Opening

 

FIRST YOU WATCH…THEN YOU DIE!!!

 

Paramount’s horror movie “Rings” has opened with $800,000 in Thursday night preview showings at 2,155 North American locations. STX’s sci-fi romance “The Space Between Us” took in a quiet $170,000 on Thursday night in its first showings.

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Clive Barker Will Pay You $300,000 For Your Indie Movie

There’s No Catch To It Really

Clive Barker is no stranger to horror. So, the writer/director of Candyman and Hellraiser has announced that he will pay $300,000 for the best pitch. Barker is working with project greenlight for creative minds to bring their vision to life. Continue reading