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Tales From The Blake – Issue #2

Hello fellow Halloween Love readers and welcome to another edition of my guest column I like to call Tales From The Blake where I discuss happenings and such that are currently going on in the horror genre and possibly share a small story from childhood. In this issue, I’ll be talking about another popular theory

Mail Day : Freddy Krueger 3-D Poster Magazine 1989. IT’S ALIVE!!

“Opens into a giant interactive living poster!” “The nightmare comes alive!” “MULTI-VISION poster pack!” You’ve got to love the hyperbole that surrounded classic 3-D images back in the day. When I was a kid there was nothing more exciting than being presented with a product that featured this headache-inducing magic, and I still vividly remember

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

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,

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,

Coolest Horror Images of the Week: 9/7-9/13

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. You didn’t come here for words but rather for photos, so let’s get right to it! Earlier this week, President Obama awarded 21 individuals and organizations for their enduring contributions to the

Noble Craig: A Horror Icon You’re Probably Not Aware Of

There are a handful of actors who are considered to be ‘horror icons,’ and you can often find them on the convention circuit and starring in low-budget movies that squander their talents. Names like Bill Moseley, Kane Hodder, Linnea Quigley, Robert Englund, and Doug Bradley represent the cream of that particular crop, and the actors