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Where to Begin if You Have Questions About the Supernatural

In modern times, with the internet at many of our fingertips, our curiosity on everything from the trivial to the life-defining, is often quenched very quickly, with just a few clicks. Although there is a wealth of knowledge on all subjects, most reputable sources of information break up the world into two main categories: The […]

All Hail The Queen : A Look At Some Incredible ALIENS Alternative Poster Art!

It’s time for another batch of incredible images from the thriving alternative art community! So far I’ve revealed my personal favorite posters that pay tribute to: Jaws – Stephen King’s IT – Alien – The Shining – The Thing – Ghostbusters – Jurassic Park – Scream – A Nightmare on Elm Street – Halloween 3: […]

Gifts Of Christmas Past : 2015 The German 3D Scream Poster

Like most horror fans I love collecting merchandise, memorabilia, toys, art, hand crafted pieces and everything in between. It just seems to be something that is eternally linked to having a passion for horror – we ALL collect cool stuff! Sadly, life rarely rewards me with actual spare cash, so these days I tend to […]

The Truth Is Right Here : An Alternative Art Journey Into The X-Files

YES, you know what time it is! – It’s time for another batch of incredible images from the thriving alternative art community! So far I’ve revealed my personal favorite posters that pay tribute to: Jaws – Stephen King’s IT – Alien – The Shining – The Thing – Ghostbusters – Jurassic Park – Scream – […]

The Walking Dead – The Night The Good Guys Became The Baddest Guys

As we head deeper and deeper into the world of The Walking Dead, the lines between “good” and “evil” are blurring so much that they’re becoming hard to see. It’s something that has been happening over the course of the last several seasons, as countless episodes have documented individual struggles characters have had with embracing […]

Movie Review – Hangman (2016)

Nearly twenty years after The Blair Witch Project popularized the POV style, found footage films are still coming at us hot and heavy, though the smart ones understand how tired we are of the gimmick. It’s no longer enough to give a character a handheld camera and place him into a horrifying situation, and so […]

Opinions Don’t Matter: The Witch is a Big Win for the Horror Genre

Every once in a while, an independent horror film garners such rave reviews on the festival circuit that future backlash is inevitable, as many fans build up impossibly high expectations in their own heads and then toss around meaningless terms like “over-hyped” when those expectations are not met – essentially, as silly as it sounds, […]

Your Choice : Robert Tharp Cuts Open His Horror Top Ten!

After an extended hiatus I’m delighted to welcome back ‘Your Choice’ – and hopefully (with YOUR help) it’s here to stay. These are the articles that allow Halloween Love readers and ALL passionate horror fans from across the globe to reveal their personal favorite scary movies and most importantly explain WHY they feel so strongly […]

Five Upcoming Projects: Robert Englund

In this feature, we look ahead to see what our favorite horror icons have in store for the future. Though Robert Englund was introduced to horror audiences as the character Buck in Tobe Hooper’s 1974 film Eaten Alive, also appearing in 1981’s Dead & Buried, it wasn’t until the release of A Nightmare on Elm […]

How Final Destination Reinvented the Modern Slasher Film

The one-two punch of Halloween and Friday the 13th, released just two years apart, is credited for kick-starting the American slasher movement, though the sub-genre’s roots date back even further than 1978. Post-Friday the 13th, Wes Craven reinvented slasher cinema with A Nightmare on Elm Street in 1984, and he did much the same thing […]