- 40 Years Of Dario Argento’s Suspiria
- Unused Joxn Saxon Nightmare Script Reveals An Innocent Freddy Krueger
- Why A New Pet Semetary Adaptation Might Be A Good Idea
- Top 10 Stephen King Cameos
- A Visit To The Infamous Clown Motel
Dread Central’s Dave J Wilson looks back at the beginning of his love affair with Italian genre cinema, which began with Argento’s classic Suspiria.
A script written by A Nightmare On Elm Street actor John Saxon, but never used, has come to light that would have taken the mythology in a couple of surprising directions.
With the current crop of Stephen King adaptations hitting cinemas, Bloody Disgusting’s Mike Fugere makes the case for a new take on Pet Semetary.
Speaking of King, it’s well known that he likes to show up in adaptations of his work, so here are ten of his best cameos.
While we’re waiting for Pennywise to appear on a big screen near us, Joel Terranova takes us on a trip to a haunted motel dedicated to clowns.
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