Category: Horror

Oct 12 2017

Mandatory Halloween Watch

Well,Boils and Ghouls, it’s that time of the year. October. Time to get geared up for spooks and candy and all things horrific and gruesome. Who am I kidding? Here at Gravediggers Local 16, it’s that time of the year all year around. But October holds a special place in our cold blackened hearts as …

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Oct 09 2016

Classic Halloween Mask Decor

If you are looking for some spooky wall decorations for the Halloween season, or just because you’re awesome, look no further my friends. Retro A Go-Go, along with artist Doug P’gosh have developed a new line of deadly decor called Vac-Tastic Plastic. Giant, 2 Feet tall masks in the tradition of the classic Halloween masks …

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Apr 04 2016

Horror Garage

Taken from website: Horrorgarage.com “HORROR GARAGE combines the best in original dark fiction with the finest in horrific rock n’ roll. Think HORROR OF PARTY BEACH, PSYCHOMANIA, and DEATH RACE 2000: B-movie babes, screamin’ skulls, bug-eyed creeps, and gallons of blood. HORROR GARAGE began as a print magazine, of which twelve issues were published. These issues …

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Sep 16 2015

Free (Legal) Download: Night Shift

When people discuss the works of Ray O’Bannon, they often focus on his music and paper toys. But this modern Renaissance man of horror has many more demonstrations of his talents available on his website. From artwork to jewelery, short stories to software, he has done just about everything. He has even created numerous short …

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Aug 17 2015

Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina

Archie comics brings us another title in their horror themed more mature series of comics with Chilling Tales of Sabrina. Like “After Life With Archie”, Sabrina is told in a serious dramatic tone with horror elements abound. The issues have been by monthly and they are up to issue 4. Variant covers have included a …

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Aug 05 2015

Balzac- Bloodsucker

 July 7 marked the release of the new Balzac album, Bloodsucker. And since then, I have spent some time with this album. Unfortunately, Balzac gets disregarded as a Japanese Misfits. And that is mostly based on their look and marketability as such. They have the Misfits connection, but there music is WAY beyond anything Gleen …

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Jul 15 2015

Watching Night of the Demons (1988)

[The following occurred just a few days ago, after the writer decided to finally watch this 80’s horror classic] [Well into the movie] AMM: Oh, it looks like Linnea Quigley’s famous breast scene is about to start! I’ve heard it’s amazing. [A little later] AMM: Okay, she’s topless. Is this it? I swear, some people …

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Feb 21 2015

White Enamel

 White Enamel is an interactive self-guided online journey via image, sound and motion picture through the sometimes loud, sometimes soft, but always powerful and profound corridors of the abandoned Glenfield State Psychiatric Hospital. The now abandon Glenfield State Psychiatric Hospital has a long history of tragedy and horror. On January 28,1911, over 100 patients froze …

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Feb 08 2015

Friday The 13th Merch

Friday the 13th. A film franchise that has spawned more sequels than Kate Gosselin has kids. Over the years, Jason Voorhees has become quite the marketable character. The developementaly disabled zombified mongoloid has stood as a giant above other famous horror icons of his ilk in the merchandise department. Garnering as many different collectible items …

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Jan 20 2015

Free (Legal) Download: A Shoggoth On The Roof

Given the number of productions of the (in)famous Lovecraft-themed parody of Fiddler on the Roof in recent years, it seems easy to assume every attempt was successful. Sadly that was not the case for what is said to be the earliest attempt due to it having never made it into the public view. I know …

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Oct 15 2014

Guest Post: McVladie reviews DRACULA UNTOLD

C. L. McNally, knows as @McVladie on twitter, is a known fan and scholar of Dracula. In prior guest posts, she spoke with author Elizabeth Miller and Dacre Stoker, great grand-nephew of Bram Stroker. With the new Dracula move in theaters, it is of no surprise that she attended a viewing. Does the movie hold …

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Jul 09 2014

Free (Legal) Download: Decay

Back when CERN and the Large Hadron Collider were in the news, some people expressed concern it could result in black holes causing the end of the world. But what the subject of this installment of “Free (Legal) Download” reveals they really should have been worrying about zombies. Decay was actually filmed on location by …

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May 12 2014

Free (Legal) Download: Guidolon The Giant Space Chicken

Frank Wu is a man of many talents. His artwork has appeared in more science fiction and fantasy publications than I can name and movies like Earthlings: Ugly Bags of Mostly Water and Worm Free Society. In addition to being an artist, he has written stories, scientific papers and articles. That last link also reveals …

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Apr 07 2014

Doin’ it for the Lulz: Charlie Short and Omegle

I still hate the term ‘creepypasta.’ But some of this internet-urban-legend-horror has produced a couple of stars – Laughing Jack, Jeff the Killer, Unwanted House Guest. There even was an actual movie made with an honest-to-god monster, Smiley. So though the name is stupid as fuck, it’s actually producing some horror for the ADHD-minds of …

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Jan 08 2014

Free (Legal) Download: Tyrannovision – Year One

Baron Dixon wears many hats. He’s an artist, musician animator, poet and has had numerous on and off screen duties on indie horror films like American Alien and Blood Bath of the Bat-Beast. He’s also an evil dictator. Okay, he only plays one (among many other roles) on the beautifully bizarre sci-fi web series Tyrannovision, …

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Jun 04 2013

Free (Legal) Download: Swamp Foetus

Like any Halloween enthusiast, I’m a huge fan of Pumpkinrot. I love the creepy, distinctive look of his props and keen eye for setting up (and photographing) great scenes. So when I found out the man behind that website had made a short film, I was ecstatic. Even moreso when I learned it had won …

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