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Zachary Paul

I'm a long time horror nerd and wannabe director. My inspirations are varied from Wes Craven, Dario Argento, George Romero, Lucio Fulci, John Carpenter, and even some John Waters and Joss Whedon. My tastes are all over the place within the genre. Give me highbrow, gross out, slow burn, rubber suit wearing, action/horror hybrid...I love it all. I enjoy writing and talking about all aspects of horror. BONUS FACT: I love cooking and eating anything with pumpkin in it. Find me on Twitter @BringBackMM or contact me directly at zachp@halloweenlove.com.

Doug Bradley Speaks (Again) About Hellraiser: Judgment

This past weekend I was fortunate enough to attend my very first horror convention, Days of the Dead Atlanta. There were amazing panels such as Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 featuring Bill Moseley, Tom Savini, Caroline Williams, and Bill Johnson. It was as funny as it was informative. Stretch is Lefty’s daughter!! One panel stood out, […]

Black Sheep of the Franchise: More 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 […]

Return of the Franchise Boogeymen! Part 2

Earlier this week we previewed all the exciting returns of some of our favorite franchise boogeymen. Today, we’ve got a few more to discuss. The only problem, these films are all “in development”. While it’s all great news, and I’ve no doubt we will see these films up on the big screen eventually, there is […]

Happy Birthday Joe Bob Briggs! Revisiting MonsterVision

In 1985, then self proclaimed “drive-in critic”, Joe Bob Briggs, launched a one man show in Cleveland titled “An Evening with Joe Bob” (later retitled “Joe Bob Dead in Concert” which can be found quite easily if you know how to Google). The success of this traveling show landed him a gig with TMC hosting […]

Return of the Franchise Boogeymen! Part 1

My last post was all about some of the exciting genre films coming down the pipeline in 2017. Today, we’re digging a bit deeper into what is possibly a renaissance of the franchise boogeyman. That’s right, all your favorite psycho-killers are readying their big returns to the big screen (and for some, the small screen). […]

Looking Forward to 2017: Upcoming Horror to Scream About

Overall 2016 was a pretty good year for horror. Releases such as 10 Cloverfield Lane, Lights Out, and The Witch all provided big screen chills that delivered at the box office as well as in the heart’s of horror fans. Looking forward, 2017 is shaping up to be pretty spiffy itself. This article is going […]

Countdown to 2017 with These 5 New Year’s Fright Flicks!

Everyone knows New Year’s Evil, right? It’s a Cannon film from 1980 that tries to ride on the slasher holiday craze and is only remembered due to its heavy reliance on the titular calendar day. It’s cheesy fun but not much else. The only other notable New Year’s horror flick is Bloody New Year, a […]

These Are a Few of My Favorite Horror Things 2016! Part 2

As we all prepare to bring in the New Year and obsessively focus on our resolutions for a solid week before carelessly abandoning them in lieu of our hedonistic and gluttonous lifestyles, we fondly look back on the past year with less than fond memories. Thankfully, however, our beloved genre has provided us with several […]

Home for the Holidays: The Proto-Slasher that Came Before Black Christmas

Here’s the deal, there aren’t a lot of great holiday horror films. One of the hands down best, a genuine classic, is Bob Clark’s seminal proto-slasher, Black Christmas. Released in 1974, Black Christmas set the stage for slashers years to come, including little Mikey Myers and his numerous rampages on Halloween night. Yes, Black Christmas […]