Check out the line up for this year’s Midnight Madness programme at the Toronto International Film Festival! The Predator! Halloween! Climax! Diamantino! Nekrotronic! Assassination Nation! The Man Who Feels No Pain! The Wind! In Fabric! The Stand Off At Sparrow Creek! (Nice job, Pete!)
BBC Radio 4 has “Hammer Horror’s the Unquenchable Thirst of Dracula” as part of its Fright Night programming for Halloween. While you wait for it to air, you can listen to Owen Teale’s reading of The Omen.
The Gutter’s own Angela and Carol are participating in 31 Days of Horror this year. Well, Angela is offering the 58-Day Horror Movie Challenge. And Carol’s 31 Days of Horror is a little eccentric. Click through to see!
Irish Central, Atlas Obscura, and the English Heritage Blog have some stories about the origins of Halloween and a man named, “Jack.”
Steel your heart for the impossible cuteness of Tiny Hamster’s zombie apocalypse!
As an English student and aspiring Clive Barker, no feedback made me want to shove things in places more than that hoary old chestnut “show, don’t tell.” It was glib, it was unspecific, and worst of all, it was annoyingly valid. So, yay, no one has to say […]