The Descent


Halloween 2016 Countdown: 31 Years of Horror — 2005

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


Ten Years Later, The Descent is Still Crawling into Nightmares

July 8th of 2005 marked the UK release of The Descent, a film that came to the states the following year. Neil Marshall’s British creature feature was a claustrophobic masterpiece that I still consider to be one of my favorite theatrical experiences, and as we near the film’s 10th anniversary, I wanted to take a

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My Favorite Horror Movie Moments of All Time: Number 49 — The Descent

To celebrate the journey toward Halloween 2014 I’m going to do something I’ve wanted to attempt since I first started writing here on Halloween Love … put together a definitive list of my personal favorite horror movie moments and scenes. I hope you will agree with some, maybe raise an eyebrow at others and fingers


My Favorite Horror Movie Kill Scenes: Volume 1

I’m often asked by fellow fans to list off my favorite horror movie kill scenes, which is a gargantuan list that’s quite frankly impossible to limit to the usual 5, 10 or even 20 that website lists are typically limited to. There are just too many awesome ones that come to mind whenever I’m asked


Things That Go Bump: Night Vision Reveals a Darkness Phobia Movie List

It’s time for another very real fear/phobia and a look at the horror movie moments that sufferers would be wise to avoid. For most people a fear of the dark isn’t about the darkness itself, it’s a fear of what could possibly be hiding within the shadows, unseen and concealed. Horrors created by the imagination.


Reader’s Choice: Rebeka Fairbanks Reveals Her Horror Top Ten

It’s time for some interaction. I want to mingle (digitally) with Halloween Love readers and get to know them a little better. Chances are most people who regularly come here love horror … a fairly safe assumption to make I would think, and the only thing I enjoy as much as watching horror is talking


Deep and Dark: The Descent Has it All

How often do you get asked to suggest a movie choice for a friend or relative who has run out of ideas? When it comes to horror I find myself telling people to give The Descent a try every chance I get. In my humble opinion it’s a brilliant film, (thought I would get that