- Leatherface’s Pool Party – The Ultimate Horror Mashup
- Women In Horror Month: interview With Author Linda Addison
- 10 Amazing Horror Movies Directed By Women
- The Friday The 13th Snow Sequel That Never Happened
- 16-Bit Slasher game Camp Sunshine Reviewed
No, it’s not the latest Chainsaw film, sadly, but a light hearted piece of stop motion filming that answers the question of what would happen if everybody’s favourite Texan maniac invited his horror pals over for a party.
February is Women in Horror month so Kathryn McGee of the Horror Writers Association interviews four time Bram Stoker Award winner Linda Addison about her poetry collections.
Continuing the Women In Horror Month theme, Joshua Millican of Horror Freak News looks back at ten amazing horror films directed by women.
Ever wondered what would happen if Jason Vorhees went on the rampage in the winter instead of his usual summer season? It nearly happened, and Wicked Horror’s Nat Brehmer has the lowdown.
Remember the 80s? The decade of 16-bit video games and slasher movies? The two have been combined in Steam game Camp Sunshine and Ginger Nuts Of Horror’s George Daniel Lea takes a look at it.
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