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Layers of Fear: Like Going Inside a Nightmare on Elm Street Film

With the game Layers of Fear, I think outside of there being VR support for the game or maybe a sequel some time in the future, this is perhaps the closest anyone will ever get to feeling the experience of living a Nightmare movie. This game is crammed full of amazing visuals, creative scares, and […]

Challenge Week #4 – 31 Films. 31 Days. Happy Halloween!

In celebration of Samhain, a lot of horrorphiles have turned to lining up epic lists of 31 horror films for all 31 days of October. I’ve never actually done this myself as, to be quite honest, I watch horror films all year long. However, with work and numerous other responsibilities getting in the way, I […]

Black Sheep of the Franchise: 5 WTF Sequels

Let’s face it, our favorite horror franchises love to repeat themselves. Take a look at Friday the 13th for instance: Nubile teens in the woods? Check. Copious amounts of sex and drugs? Check. A vengeful paramedic killing them off one by….wait, what?! That’s right, every now and then the filmmakers behinds these series decide it’s […]

Simplicity: The Key to Reviving Slasher Franchises?

When it comes to the re-animation of the big slasher franchises, a pattern has recently begun to develop. New Friday the 13th, Nightmare on Elm Street, and Halloween films have been on-again, off-again more times than I can count, and it seems that the studios who own those properties just can’t seem to figure out […]

My Favorite Alternative Horror Movie Art Posters From 2015

2015 was an INCREDIBLE year if you have a passion for alternative movie posters, with nearly all of the highly skilled artists we have come to know and love producing a staggering amount of new pieces that pay tribute to movies across every genre. Their ideas and creativity has reached an almost overwhelmingly high standard, […]

Stab Wars : What If … Horror Movies Had Lightsabers!

Like most kids born in the 1970s I spent a good portion of my childhood obsessing over Star Wars, and when I look back at those days I can see how it very clearly guided me towards an appreciation and love for ALL movie types and collectable merchandise. It was the beginning of a passion, […]

Short Film Review: The Confession of Fred Krueger (2015)

Given Hollywood’s obsession with the origin stories of iconic characters, it’s somewhat surprising that the Nightmare on Elm Street franchise has never spawned a full-on prequel. Oddly enough, it was the pilot episode of Freddy’s Nightmares – a show that didn’t have much to do with the character – that delved deepest into Krueger’s origins, […]

Saying Goodbye : Some Of The Most Powerful And Perfect Wes Craven Art Tributes

Sunday has once again arrived all too quickly and here at Halloween Love that means one thing – it’s time for some more wonderful art. 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 […]

Remembering Wes Craven: Horror’s Greatest Game-Changer

Imagine changing the game, as an artist, once in your life. Now imagine changing it multiple times, in several different decades. One man did that. His name was Wes Craven. It often takes many years, and many movies, for a filmmaker to establish himself on the scene, but Wes Craven cut right to the chase […]

Coolest Horror Images of the Week: 8/17-8/23

It’s time once again to take a look at the coolest horror images I’ve stumbled across on the internet in the past week. So let’s get right to it, shall we?! Last year, Canadian artist Trevor Henderson started making vintage-style jointed Halloween decorations depicting horror icons, and he created a slew of fan-favorite characters including […]