Once every century, a hoary old castle seems to arise from nowhere. In its shadow come devastation and wickedness. It is the eternal home of the most terrifying fiend ever to wear a cape, the Prince of Darkness himself… Dracula.It'll take one pissed-off
Nearly two years after his debut single, we still don’t know a lot more about Trevor Something’s true identity. However, on his third LP, Death Dream, that was just released, we are allowed a small glimpse into who he REALLY is.
Watch your back, Beerpocalyse is here!
"Remember This… Werewolf (TV series)"
I was 5 years old when I first saw promos on Fox 5 for a new horror series called Werewolf. The promos told you nothing of what was going to happen, just an ominous voice warning you that this was
Released on October 16th, 'Nights change days' is the brand new EP from LGNTNNG and boy are we super psyched that NRW Records have the pleasure of releasing this one.
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[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1200.0"] You'd see this and swear you were looking at the poster for one of those classic Italian horror films. I love it.[/caption]
Confrontational has done it again with a monolithic, spooky album that’s perfect for October. A Dance Of
In the early 1990s, the gaming industry was truly on a roll. Graphics were becoming better and better. New ideas were blossoming like flowers on a sunny hillside. Every month, magazines like GamePro showed us new titles and systems on the horizon. The
Freddy's Nightmares: A Nightmare on Elm Street: The Series was an anthology series featuring different individual stories; each episode being a two-tier story, with the second half focusing on a character that played a minor role in the previous role.
"Borderline" is Duett's second full length release, captained by UK based producer Ben Macklin and featuring some outright stellar vocals from Stewart Lockwood. Each song is a shining example of production perfection, crafted with light and often glamorous crystalline synthesizers.
Directed and written by Adam Brooks and Matthew Kennedy. This isn’t just any cookie cutout comedy slasher film because its equal parts an homage and parody of the entire Italian giallo genre.
This Month In Retro is a monthly article where we look back on the current month as it happened during the 1980's. Learn, reminisce, and stay retro.
The Elephant Man premiered to tremendous success, both critically and commercially. As far as David Lynch films go,