And they’re going back to Chicago’s Cabrini-Green projects. Sort of.
The Losers trick or treat around Derry for this special crossover episode.
George A. Romero’s “hellish”, “most overtly horrifying film” may finally be dragged out of its 45-year-old grave
The George Romero Foundation is currently seeking funding to restore the print.
A vinyl edition of The Haunting Of Hill House’s unsettling score is also on the way.
Now let’s hope they give him the greenlight for that Prince of Darkness series.
Episode 92: Rock Fights, Smoke Holes, and Haunted Fridges Bring Us Closer to Pennywise in Stephen King’s It
The Losers flip through “Part 4: July of 1958” and “Derry: The Fourth Interlude.”
John Carpenter, Dean Cundey, Tommy Lee Wallace, and the late Debra Hill reconstruct the horror masterpiece through several never-before-seen interviews from years past.
There’s worse things you can do with your night.
Do you like scary movies? You’re not alone.
It’s almost time, kids! The clock is ticking!
The Master of Horror adds some Shape to David Gordon Green’s new slasher reboot.
John Carpenter’s indie horror film turns 40 and yet trivial tricks and treats remain.