If you want to throw someone into a nightmare, and they don’t love horror (or only like the Saw series), show them a film from Dario Argento. Anyone who is a fan has a favorite. Many like Suspiria (1977). Great film, but not my favorite. The one that I think works best is one a

You Can’t Kill the Franchise Boogeyman

Though they might try. It’s become something of an inside joke for fans and industry professionals, that there would ever really be a “Final” nail in the coffin for any franchise boogeyman, though they seem to try and use that gimmick on us over and over again. Let’s take a quick look at the apparent

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).

Halloween 2016 Countdown : 31 Years Of Horror – 2004

31 days. 31 years. 5 movies per year! That’s the challenge a good friend presented me with recently, and I NEVER back down from a challenge! (well, nearly never!) Every day through October I will be pondering and revealing my 5 favorite horror and monster movies from 1985 right up to 2016. When I was

See SAW : The Alternative Art List Wants To Play A Game!

Sunday has once again arrived all too quickly and here at Halloween Love that means one thing – it’s time for another batch of incredible poster 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 Most Awesome Images of the Week: 1/26-1/30

We’ve reached the end of another week – thank god! – which means it’s time to once again take a look at the coolest, weirdest and/or most awesome images I’ve stumbled across on the internet this week. So let’s get right to it, shall we?! I can’t think of a better company to handle the

Revisiting Saw, On Its 10th Birthday

For the first time in four years, this year’s Halloween season brought a Saw film to the big screen, though it was of course a re-release of the original rather than a sequel or reboot – a reboot likely isn’t far off, however. Yes, it has already been ten years since that guy from Princess

Live Or Die, Make Your Choice : My Ten Most Memorable Saw Traps

I’ve always believed there is a quite unique and special story running through the Saw movies that was constantly fighting to get out. The first two or three films got close to making that story happen (especially the original), but the longer the series continued the more it got twisted and replaced by a large