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The Howl – November 2 – Bow And Submit To Cheddar Goblin, Emissary Of Cthulhu!

Welcome, ghoulies and goblins, to another edition of AllHorror’s own Transylvania tabloid “The Howl”! Every Friday, the AllHorror Howl explores news of the horrifying, the shocking, and the intriguingly weird in and around horror culture.

November 02nd, 2018 | ,

The Slashstreet Boys Is Your Halloween Viral Video

Just in case anything else hasn’t yet carved a smile in your pumpkin this festive season, we present The Merkins, with their new hit “I’ll Kill You That Way,” by the ‘Slashstreet Boys.’ The Merkins are apparently producers, their name bei…

October 30th, 2018 | ,

Unburied Trailers: Brain Damage (1988)

Welcome to our continued series: “Unburied” ! Each week, we’re going to select one horror movie trailer from a forgotten weird movie and dig it up so you can play with the bones. And just look what crawled out of the crypt this week!

For you…

October 27th, 2018 | ,

Horror Parody Commercials

Look out, it’s Halloween week and we’ve got another batch of horror-themed commercials. Last time we started this trend with Halloween candy commercials. It fits the season with trick-r-treat coming up.

This time, we figure you horror freaks o…

October 23rd, 2018 | ,

Dr. Terror’s House of Confusion

Here at the Utility Muffin Research Kitchen, our research zombie team attempts to track down the ultimate truth of the origins behind every horror movie – a Sisyphean task made no easier by the wonder that is British film culture.

There were three…

October 21st, 2018 | ,

Signature Scenes: Borrowed Head In Mystics In Bali

If you’ve ever had a boss or coworker ask “Can I borrow your head for a minute?” around the office, that question will never sound the same to you after watching Mystics In Bali. A cult favorite in Indonesia, it was the first film from that cou…

October 20th, 2018 |

Unburied Trailers: From Hell It Came (1957)

Welcome to this week’s “Unburied” trailer, where we select one forgotten oddball horror movie trailer from way back and dig it up so you can play with the bones. And just look what crawled out of the crypt this week!

Here at Miskatonic Insti…

October 18th, 2018 | ,

A Collection Of Halloween TV Specials

Who can concentrate with Halloween (the movie) releasing this week and Halloween (the holiday) just two weeks after that? Nobody, that’s who! It’s just time to goof off and watch some creepy comedy. Me gusta el stupido.

The Scooby Doo Project …

October 16th, 2018 | ,

Before The Haunting of Hill House There Was The Lottery

Alright, the Present Author was afraid this would happen. Netflix’s new series The Haunting of Hill House has premiered, and while it’s getting some positive buzz and people seem to like it, it has NOTHING to do with the book. Which means I’m g…

October 14th, 2018 | ,

Unburied Trailers: The Slime People (1963)

Welcome to our continued series: “Unburied” ! Each week, we’re going to select one forgotten oddball horror movie trailer from way back and dig it up so you can play with the bones. And just look what crawled out of the crypt this week!

Poe…

October 09th, 2018 | ,

Bite-Size Horror – Halloween Candy Commercials

Is it ever too early for Halloween candy commercials? Not when you consider that we’re looking forward to two months of Christmas commercials being crammed down our throats.

From time to time, candy companies outdo themselves with TV commercials…

October 06th, 2018 | ,

Halloween 2018 Opening Fever

Tickets going on sale now, this is not a drill! Halloween (2018) is getting an unprecedented surge of hype.

Even though it doesn’t hit theaters until October 18, box office forecasters have already decreed a $45M opening! Yep, industry experts a…

October 06th, 2018 | ,

Unburied Trailers: MORE Demented Exorcist Knockoffs!

As we noted in part 1, the 1973 horror classic The Exorcist was a box office blockbuster. The horror genre up to that point had so far glossed over Judeo-Christian themes of personified evil directly menacing mortals on a one-on-one basis. But The Ex…

October 02nd, 2018 | ,

Signature Scenes: The Bat Scene From The Shining

Along with everything else The Shining (1980) is outstanding at, it’s also one of the best illustrations of domestic violence ever filmed. Concurrent with our review, we’re just going to blather some more about this movie until you’re all Shini…

October 01st, 2018 | ,

Unburied Trailers: The Queen of Black Magic (1979)

Welcome to this week’s “Unburied” trailer, where we select one forgotten oddball horror movie trailer from way back and dig it up so you can play with the bones. And just look what crawled out of the crypt this week!

Bollywood has its reputa…

September 29th, 2018 | ,

Signature Scenes: Supercut of Psycho Shower Parodies

Lather, rinse, repeat… and DIE! The iconic shower attack in Alfred Hitchcock’s 1960 masterpiece of horror Psycho has become so famous, it’s one of the most referenced and parodied scenes in all cinema. In fact it’s so coveted that some direct…

September 27th, 2018 | ,

Music Corner: Sing Along With Freddy Krueger

A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) launched the franchise that as good as defined 1980s horror, while also being concurrent with the MTV generation. By the late ‘80s, music videos had blended with film until there was hardly a line to separate them (…

September 25th, 2018 | ,

What Are They Doing With Horror Mashups These Days?

YouTube Poop is what they called mashups, remixes, and Newgrounds-style animation collages back in the frontier days of the 2000s, and then they moved off the radar.

But every now and then one creative critter in the bowels of YouTube calls our at…

September 24th, 2018 | ,

Unburied Trailers: The Baby (1973)

We’re back with another “Unburied” trailer, where we select one forgotten oddball horror movie trailer from way back and dig it up so you can play with the bones. And just look what crawled out of the crypt this week!

Be prepared to get a gl…

September 22nd, 2018 | ,

Jordan Peele Gets Nod To Host New Twilight Zone Series

First the obvious news: Twilight Zone is coming back!

The perpetual anthology classic, brainchild of Rod Serling, has been through a movie, several series revivals, and even a pinball game. And now CBS All Access is buying the next round, and has …

September 20th, 2018 | ,

Horror-Themed Pinball Games

In these wired-up, high-tech days of the 21st century, pinball games are an antiquated hobby, throwing way back to the 1800s at least! Nevertheless, pinball games were still a popular diversion well into the 1980s alongside coin-op video games. You c…

September 19th, 2018 | ,

Unburied Trailers: The Fearless Vampire Killers (1967)

We’re back with another “Unburied” trailer, where we select one forgotten oddball horror movie trailer from way back and dig it up so you can play with the bones. And just look what crawled out of the crypt this week!

With the new Tarantino …

September 12th, 2018 | ,

Music Corner: “Venus In Furs” by The Velvet Underground

We’re revisiting Rob Zombie’s The Lords of Salem in anticipation of his upcoming film. In that review, we have to zoom in on the song “Venus In Furs,” used in the movie’s soundtrack, because there’s just too much of a nexus of cool layers…

September 06th, 2018 | ,

Check Out TromaMovies’ Exorsisters

While we were plowing through hysterical Exorcist rip-offs of the 1970s, we had one last nugget that wouldn’t fit into the rest of the narrative: Exorcist parodies. Well, truly, we ran out of room.

Not everybody may be aware that the legendary T…

September 05th, 2018 | ,

Unburied Trailers: The Most Demented Exorcist Knock-offs!

The Exorcist (1973) was kind of a big deal. Yes, even Sourpuss Petey who managed to find something critical to say of it in my review, I still had to say parts of it lived up to the greatest horror movie ever made.

But the bottom line is that that…

September 04th, 2018 | ,

Music Corner: The Waterphone

What, you might ask, is a “waterphone”? Is it something you use to talk to mermaids? No, actually, it’s a musical instrument, and though you’ve probably never heard of it, its sound will be instantly recognizable to you if you’re a horror m…

September 03rd, 2018 | ,

Signature Scenes: Alien Death In Alien: Resurrection (1997)

It was the last official film in the original Alien series, and something of a fan base divider. While Alien: Resurrection brought new faces Joss Whedon and Winona Ryder into the story, Whedon complained his script wasn’t followed, fans complained …

September 01st, 2018 |

Unburied Trailers: Dr. Frankenstein on Campus (1970)

Welcome to our continued series: “Unburied” ! Each week, we’re going to select one forgotten oddball horror movie trailer from way back and dig it up so you can play with the bones. And just look what crawled out of the crypt this week!

Your…

August 29th, 2018 | ,

Cinemassacre Remembers TNT’s MonsterVision

Cinemassacre, the movie-critic side of the Angry Video Game Nerd, lovingly reminisces about TNT’s MonsterVision. He captures eloquently the spirit of being a movie geek back in the ‘90s. Yes, kids, staying up late to feed videos into the VCR was …

August 28th, 2018 | ,

Music Corner – Monster Mash (1962 novelty song)

Normally here at the Satellite of Love, we only blog about music used in horror movies. Buuuut, this is a special occasion. Next Friday, August 30th, is Frankenstein Day, by way of being author Mary Shelley’s birthday. And her novel, Frankenstein; …

August 27th, 2018 | ,

Unburied Trailers: Hellmaster (1992)

Welcome to our continued series: “Unburied” ! Each week, we’re going to select one forgotten oddball horror movie trailer from way back and dig it up so you can play with the bones. And just look what crawled out of the crypt this week – It’s…

August 24th, 2018 | ,

Signature Scenes: The Eddie Barzum Speech From The Devil’s Advocate (1997)

The Devil’s Advocate fits nicely in the Satanic-panic horror section somewhere between The Omen and Rosemary’s Baby. Keanu Reeves is a hotshot lawyer who joins a law firm headed by Al Pacino, who turns out to be (not at all a surprise) THE DEVIL …

August 19th, 2018 |

Unburied Trailers: The Lair of the White Worm (1988)

Welcome to our continued series: “Unburied” ! Each week, we’re going to select one forgotten oddball horror movie trailer from way back and dig it up so you can play with the bones. And just look what crawled out of the crypt this week!

Let…

August 15th, 2018 | ,

The Five Sexiest Dance Scenes in Horror

“Sexy” and “horror” aren’t usually two words associated with each other. But there’s definitely an allure of eroticism always hanging around the fringe of horror culture. Horror TV hostesses like Elvira and Vampira set the standard for se…

August 14th, 2018 | ,

A Supercut of Exorcist Head-Spin Parodies

The Exorcist is beyond a doubt one of the most famous horror movies ever made, widely considered to be one of the masterpieces of the horror genre. Even the Present Author’s recent review couldn’t find that much fault with it. It set the standard…

August 12th, 2018 | ,

Unburied Trailers: Blood Diner (1987)

Welcome to our continued series: “Unburied” ! Each week, we’re going to select one forgotten oddball horror movie trailer from way back and dig it up so you can play with the bones. And just look what crawled out of the crypt this week!

Bloo…

August 10th, 2018 |

Vincent Price’s Sales Training Video for Sears, Roebuck and Co. Fine Art Collection

Vincent Price should be a man who needs no introduction on AllHorror.com. You’ve seen him as everything from the Abominable Dr. Phibes to the Witchfinder General, but have you seen his cultured side? It came out in conjunction one time with the sof…

August 02nd, 2018 | ,

Unburied Trailers: Desecration (1999)

Welcome to our continued series: “Unburied” ! Each week, we’re going to select one forgotten oddball horror movie trailer from way back and dig it up so you can play with the bones. And just look what crawled out of the crypt this week!

A wh…

August 01st, 2018 |

Music Corner – Black Sabbath (1963)

“Do YOU believe in ghosts?” So begins the trailer for the cheerfully spooky 1963 anthology film Black Sabbath, which is best known today as the inspiration for the band of the same name. The band was originally called Earth, but coming out of a c…

July 28th, 2018 | ,

Unburied Trailers: Funny Man (1994)

Welcome to our continued series: “Unburied” ! Each week, we’re going to select one forgotten oddball horror movie trailer from way back and dig it up so you can play with the bones. And just look what crawled out of the crypt this week!

Funn…

July 25th, 2018 |

Music Corner – Death Proof (2007) Lap Dance Scene

Great taste in soundtrack music is one of director Quentin Tarantino’s signature traits, and Death Proof (2007) continues the tradition. When you’re done re-playing the video and drooling over Vanessa Ferlito’s sexy gyrations, come back here.

July 23rd, 2018 | ,

Signature Scenes: The Skating Scene From Curtains (1983)

For some context, Curtains is about a group of actresses meeting in the secluded Ontario home of a director. He’s casting the lead in his next movie, and the gals are showing up to audition. If auditioning in some guy’s home for a whole weekend m…

July 22nd, 2018 |

Brad Dourif’s Role in the Video Game Myst III: Exile

Brad Dourif should be a household name to anybody browsing this site. He’d better be; he’s one of our most prolific actors, with an impressive 28 horror titles under his belt.

And that’s not all! So experienced was he at creating villainous charac…

July 20th, 2018 |

Clear Critique Lists Six “Actually Scary” Movies

The Clear Critique YouTube channel poses a common conundrum: The hardcore viewer that appreciates the artistic merit of horror, but isn’t actually *scared* by much. For those of us cursed with almost psychopathic levels of nerve, there just isn’t muc…

July 16th, 2018 | ,

Jacob’s Ladder (1990) : Deleted Scenes and Commentary

A few deleted scenes from the 1990 cult classic Jacob’s Ladder, with commentary by director Adrian Lyne. He talks about how when the visions start, the viewer only has a vague idea what the being’s nature is and has to fill in the gaps with imaginati…

July 15th, 2018 |

The Real Life Winchester Mystery House

The movie Winchester (2018) is about a firearm company heiress who fears the ghosts of all the people killed by the gun that made her fortune, so she consults psychics and begins building a vast house to appease the spirits. What many people don’t kn…

July 12th, 2018 | ,

Horrific My Little Pony Fan Fiction

Here at the Satellite of Love, we denizens of AllHorror.com dig deep to find you those undiscovered corners of horror fiction culture that the other horror blogs miss. And when we say “deep,” we mean “too deep,” in a way which tends to awaken…

July 08th, 2018 | ,

13 Demons and RPG Satanic Panic

So a couple years ago saw the release of the movie 13 Demons, about a cursed RPG game played by some stereotypical gamer dudes, sort of like Jumanji meets Dungeons and Dragons. Now, while the present author swears on his extensive Magic: The Gatherin…

July 07th, 2018 | ,

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