Five Fun Facts


Five Fun Facts: Silent Night, Deadly Night

At the time of writing this, Michael Dougherty’s Krampus is resting comfortably at the number 2 spot on the box office charts, and I think it’s safe to say that nobody expected the film to be such a hit with the masses. It’s pretty crazy when you think about it, because it was just 30


Five Fun Facts: General Mills Monster Cereals

There are few things more representative of Halloween than the General Mills monster cereals, which return to supermarket shelves every September and only stick around through the big day. It’s their limited nature that makes them so special, though one could argue that the likes of Boo Berry, Franken Berry and Count Chocula would be


Five Fun Facts: A Nightmare on Elm Street

In our ongoing attempt to offer up as much love to A Nightmare on Elm Street as we possibly can this year here on Halloween Love, in honor of the 30th anniversary of its theatrical release, we now give the film the Five Fun Facts treatment, which will hopefully inform you about a thing or


Five Fun Facts: Alien

If there ever was a week to reflect on 1979’s Alien it’s this one, which unfortunately kicked off with the passing of artist H.R. Giger, whose contributions to the film could never possibly be overstated. Today, we continue our week-long tribute to Giger here on Halloween Love by giving Alien the ‘Five Fun Facts’ treatment,

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Five Fun Facts: Pumpkinhead

Yesterday, the fine folks over at Scream Factory unveiled the cover art for their upcoming Blu-ray release of 1988’s Pumpkinhead, which marks the very first time the late Stan Winston’s directorial debut has ever made its way onto the high-def format. Needless to say, it’s exciting news for all fans of the film, which is