- A Day With George A Romero
- Interview With VFX Legion SFX Company
- 10 Horror Movies That Got People Investigated, Punished, & Even Arrested
- Why Martin Remains Unparalleled in its Portrayal of Vampires
- Horror Leads The Way In Gender Equality
Back in the early 1990s Fangoria’s Marc Cerulli got the opportunity to spend the day with the late, great George A Romero, and has shared his experience and photos from the day.
Without special effects, most horror films would be a lot less horrific. Wicked Horror talks to SFX company VFX Legend about their work.
Horror Freak’s Joshua Millican takes a look at ten films that the authorities took quite an interest in.
While the late George A Romero is best known for his Dead films, one of his finest outings was the vampire film Martin. Wicked Horror’s Nat Brehmer takes a look back at this oft overlooked gem.
Horror films often get a bad rap for many things, but a recent study shows that on-screen equality isn’t one of them.
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