Tommy Doyle in Halloween 6. The Skeleton Singer from Hocus Pocus. The Devil from Hellbent. Dylan McDermott in a Dracula costume on AHS: Murder House. Yeah… Halloween has a good crop of seasonally appropriate hotties. But I feel like there’s one who doesn’t seem to get much love, despite being in one of the most… Read More Ranking Brom Bones
About a year ago I announced a little art project I’ve been consistently working on – my Horror Hometown coffee mugs. You can read about them first here (Horror Hometowns! ), but the shorthand is that I began making these designs for me personally, but it turns out other people seem to like them… Read More Horror Hometown Mugs – Series 2
If you’ve followed me on Instagram, you may have noticed some designs I’ve been making and slapping onto mugs. I don’t consider these great labors of art and love, but they are fun for me to make and it seems like people enjoy them as well. So allow me to officially announce my continuing line… Read More Horror Hometown Mugs!
On Thursday, a new TV-broadcast version of the cult classic musical The Rocky Horror Picture Show aired. Among my friends, associates, followers, and peers, its very existence that day seemed to bring out the worst in many of them. Almost immediately my timeline on Twitter and Facebook was filled with disdain, hate, and negativity directed towards… Read More Go Fuck Yourself, I Liked the RHPS TV Adaptation.
Carrie White meets Regan MacNeil at a gay bar on Halloween night and they head back to Regan’s for an All Hallow’s Eve hook up. Okay, let me elaborate on the plot because no, this isn’t a modern/indie reimagining of our beloved horror classics. Instead, it’s a fun short film about two gay boys attending… Read More Gay Horror Short – MONSTER MASH
It’s nearly Lundi Gras (Fat Monday) and then it’ll be Mardi Gras (Fat Tuesday), the end of a short season of Carnival celebrations popular all over the world, but made rightly iconic in America thanks to New Orleans and the Southern region of the US. Just the words alone can conjure up thoughts of wrought iron… Read More Mardi Gras Macabre!
Though February is also Black History Month and Women in Horror Month, most of us first grew up with the notion of it being centered around all things lovey-dovey and romantic, thanks to Valentine’s Day. But whether you love or hate the nearly inescapable holiday, there’s plenty of romance themed horror out there to keep… Read More I Heart Horror in February