The Hills Have Eyes


Halloween 2016 Countdown: 31 Years of Horror — 2006

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


I Think I’m Gonna Be Sick: Horror Movie Promotional Barf Bags

Chad Archibald’s upcoming body-horror film Bite recently caused quite a stir at this year’s Fantasia International Film Festival, after an ambulance had to be called to the screening. According to reports, one member of the audience fainted during the movie while another vomited, which is just about the best press a horror movie could possibly


Rolling Stone Ranks the Best & Worst Horror Remakes. My Thoughts.

Few things inspire more heated discussion than the topic of horror movie remakes, with the mere mention of that dreaded word striking fear into the hearts of so many fans. Though remakes are of course nothing new, they’ve gotten pretty out of hand in recent years, and it seems that no fan-favorite classic is safe

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My Favorite Horror Movie Moments of All Time: Number 36 — The Hills Have Eyes 2006

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


Exclusive Interview: One Way Static Records’ Sebastiaan Putseys

As I sit here writing up this post, my house is filled with the soothing sounds of Roberto Donati’s soundtrack to the insanely gory 1981 Italian horror flick Cannibal Ferox, a.k.a. Make Them Die Slowly. It’s the latest vinyl offering from One Way Static Records, one of the leading companies in the recent resurgence of


Reader’s Choice: Marcus ‘MAS’ Smith Rips Open His Horror Top Ten

Welcome to another moment of revelation … These are the articles that allow passionate horror fans from all across the globe to share their favorite horror movies and explain WHY they love them. Anything goes. Short films, animated horror, TV movies, even an entire collected franchise if you can’t single out a specific entry. I


California Art Gallery Pays Tribute to the Legacy of Wes Craven

To avoid fainting, keep repeating… It’s only an art exhibit… It’s only an art exhibit.. It’s only an art exhibit. While there’s no denying that Wes Craven isn’t exactly the filmmaker he once was, there’s also no denying that it quite frankly doesn’t even matter. Craven has given us some of the very best horror