Upon the success of 28 Days Later, Danny Boyle was credited with revitalizing the zombie movie. There’s something else he should be credited with revitalizing: the art — and the intimacy — of the low-budget horror film.
Who wouldn’t want to see a movie that featured not one, but three of Universal’s classic monsters: Dracula, Frankenstein’s Monster, and the Wolf Man? Such a gathering is the stuff of Hollywood magic and childhood dreams. That dream became a reality with the release of Van Helsing in 2004.
You probably caught most of the zombie movie references in Shaun of the Dead, but did you catch these?
We’ve all been chased by something horrible in our dreams, and we (quite naturally) long to re-live that terror. If we’re still running from the thing, we’re still alive. And the quintessential “horrible thing” in our dreams is a man by the name of Freddy Krueger.
Where does Washington Irving end and Tim Burton begin? We compare the two Legends.
The sci-fi horror film Splice isn’t afraid to go to extremes. Here are the five moments where it really went there.
The Amityville Horror is a great ghost story. It’s also a damn lie.
Get a look at Dwayne Johnson’s upcoming return to action movies with Faster, coming out this November.
The famous shower scene in Psycho has spawned myths and legends. Time to get clean on the facts.