- Horror Was Giving Us Strong Female Characters Long Before Wonder Woman
- Dee Wallace Looks Back At Her Horror Career
- A Look Back At The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2
- Tobe Hooper’s Billy Idol Video
- Stranger Things Season One Recap In A Retro Video Game Style
Bloody Disgusting’s Abbie Stutzer makes the case that, though maybe not as mainstream as the recent Wonder Woman, horror films have been giving us strong female leads for decades.
Genre legend Dee Wallace reflects on some of her best known horror roles, including her performances in Cujo, The Howling and Rob Zombie’s Halloween.
With Tobe Hooper passing to the great slaughterhouse in the sky, Arrow In The Head looks back at TCM2, an underappreciated gem.
Sticking with the late, great Tobe Hooper, did you know he directed one of Billy Idol’s most famous videos? You do now.
Ready for Stranger Things season two? How about a quick recap of season one in the style of an 80s video game?.
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