10 Fun Facts About Scream 4

The original Scream not only perfectly satirized the slasher subgenre, but it revolutionized it entirely and led to a new meta wave in horror.  Scream 2 and Scream 3 were inevitable given the franchise’s success, and even manage to lampoon the very idea of sequels in horror. But by far the most interesting sequel is Scream 4.  Released a full decade after the previous installment, … Continue reading 10 Fun Facts About Scream 4

15 Fun Facts About “The Hills Have Eyes” (2006)

Considered by many to be one of the better horror remakes, The Hills Have Eyes (2006) was released in the midst of the torture porn era, and it definitely shows. It was far more bloody and brutal than the 1977 original, but still remained respectful to Wes Craven’s classic, which was helped by the fact that he was a producer on it. So in honor … Continue reading 15 Fun Facts About “The Hills Have Eyes” (2006)

20 Fun Facts About “Dracula 2000”

Dracula remains of the most iconic horror villains of all time.  First appearing in the 1897 novel, he’s a character that holds a Guinness World Record for the most amount of adaptations.  So many people have played the role that we even did a list ranking each of them. So as the dawn of the new millennium came, Miramax and Dimension sought to bring Dracula … Continue reading 20 Fun Facts About “Dracula 2000”

25 Fun Facts About “Vampire in Brooklyn”

The 90’s sure were a strange time.  After finishing up his involvement with the Nightmare on Elm Street series, but before Scream, Wes Craven directed a romantic vampire comedy starring a post-Beverly Hills Cop, pre-Shrek Eddie Murphy. Yes, that really happened, and the result is a very bizarre film, that’s quite fun if you’re in the right mood for it.  So in honor of its … Continue reading 25 Fun Facts About “Vampire in Brooklyn”

Why the 1970’s was the Best Decade of Horror

Most horror fans have very strong opinions on which decade is their favorite for the genre. The only thing that most of them can agree on is that the older decades are better than the current ones. But that’s not to discount all of the brilliant horror that’s been released in the 2010’s The 30’s/40’s were all about the classic monsters, the 50’s dealt with … Continue reading Why the 1970’s was the Best Decade of Horror

Pros and Cons of “Scream 5”

Well it’s impossible to go on the internet without seeing the news that David Arquette has officially signed on to reprise his role of Dewey in the upcoming Scream 5. And with Neve Campbell reportedly in talks to come back as Sidney, some fans are excited at the idea of 2 of the 3 main characters returning (the jury is still out on Courtney Cox). … Continue reading Pros and Cons of “Scream 5”

35 Fun Facts About “A Nightmare on Elm Street”

Not only has Freddy Krueger made his mark in the realms of horror cinema, but his popularity has transcended pop culture itself.  Even those who aren’t fans of horror know his name and recognize his burnt face and “dreamy” M.O.  And while there’s an entire franchise behind him, it’s hard to believe that it all started with a little independent film released 35 years ago … Continue reading 35 Fun Facts About “A Nightmare on Elm Street”

Ranking the “Nightmare on Elm Street” Franchise

He’s everybody’s favorite wise-cracking slasher villain, and has been for 35 years now!  The fact that Freddy Krueger can speak has always set him apart from the likes of Michael Myers, Jason Vorhees, and Leatherface.  That, and the fact that, because he inhabits dreams, he can do essentially anything, bordering on the world of fantasy. After Shudder added the first six films, it gave me … Continue reading Ranking the “Nightmare on Elm Street” Franchise