Saturday, 30 July 2011

Scares That Care!

Who say's that Horror fan's don't have a heart! Here we have a non-profit charity organization that's dedicated to uniting Horror fans to help sick children. Here's an extract from there website -

Thursday, 28 July 2011

Bring Classic Horror Back to Television Alliance....

In England a campaign is under-way for classic Horror film's to be brought back to our TV's, I fully support this. Instead of writing up all my own opinion's I'll let the Classic Horror Campaign do the talking (This is taken off there Facebook page):

Wednesday, 27 July 2011

Horror Review: Popcorn (1991)

A group of teenagers preparing an old horror movie show in an abandoned theatre discover a recording made by an actual murderer who died long ago. Very soon a shadowy figure resembling the killer starts stalking them one by one...

Tuesday, 26 July 2011

Hollywood Is Dead!

Hollywood has always relied on the Horror fan to keep them going, with it's abundance of spin-off comics, merchandise, Many versions of the film itself being released with added feature's each time. For years we have put up with it, Hell I even buy the comics and merchandise myself, BUT first there has to be a film for all this to happen.....And that's the problem.

Saturday, 23 July 2011

The Price You Pay For Being A Horror Fan....

Being a major fan of the Horror Genre is an amazing experience, the community feeling you get when being with other Horror fans, no arguments about films, characters, writers etc, just discussions & opinions. No argument about which is the best film that Hugh Grant plays the bumbling romantic in or how gorgeous Johnny Depp is in his newest flick. It's more about which N.O.E.S. is the best or Why Halloween 3 IS a good film.

Friday, 22 July 2011

Horror Review: Gutterballs (2008)

A brutally sadistic rape leads to a series of bizarre gory murders during a midnight disco bowl-a-rama at a popular bowling alley.

Thursday, 21 July 2011

Children's Horror: Where's It Gone?

Whilst watching the TV on a night of babysitting, I had a sudden realisation....There's no "Horror" cartoons or family friendly horror shows any more.

Wednesday, 20 July 2011

My Love Of Human Horror Characters

As I started my love for Horror film's many years ago I found myself being drawn not to the the monsters but human characters, I figured this out the day I spent the entire day watching the "Psycho" film's back to back, the Character of Norman Bates (Played by the great Anthony Perkins) was so fascinating! I started to grasp onto characters and the psychological aspects of them. Characters Like Hannibal Lecter, Mrs. Voorhees, Michael Myers, Jack Torrance, Billy Chapman, Jerry Blake, Annie Wilkes, John Ryder and a-lot more.