The Master of Horror also teases a concert film and a possible third Lost Themes.
Warning: These compositions may cause severe nightmares.
The rock legend elaborates on her new single with The Blackhearts, “Fresh Start”.
John Carpenter’s indie horror film turns 40 and yet trivial tricks and treats remain.
It’s been awhile since we last heard from the songwriter, at least under his own name.
Jenkins talks new music, old music, and the band’s changing reputation over time.
Maggie Rogers, Charli XCX, and Troye Sivan also highlight this week’s playlist.
A complete dissection of Assault on Precinct 13, Someone’s Watching Me!, and both Escapes.
The Losers’ Club marches on to Part 2: June of 1958 and Derry: The Second Interlude.
Revisiting the tales that gave a generation something to scream about.
The emerging singer-songwriter also talk about her upcoming album, Mint.
He also chats about the trials and perils of touring around in a rented sedan.
Frontman Nergal sits down with Heavy Consequence to discuss Behemoth’s new album, I Loved You At Your Darkest.
Bradley Cooper’s version updates the classic Hollywood story while also paying homage to it.