A boring anthology based on seventies horror comics that saved its only redeemable tale for last and featured heavy-handed symbolism. Five men find themselves …continue reading The Daily Dig: The Vault of Horror (1973)
Jay Baruchel’s smart, subversive slasher is fearless in its depiction of onscreen horror as its devastating dissection of our desire for brutality. Writer/director/actor and …continue reading Take Two Review: Random Acts of Violence
This week, we spotlight Robert Kirkman’s excellent supernatural horror series Outcast, now also a must-watch television show on Cinemax. Outcast is an ongoing comic …continue reading This Week in Horror Comics (Week of June 13, 2018)
Pitchfork releases a gorefest Comic Book just in time for Halloween, plus a Director’s Edition DVD/Blu-ray packed with hours of killer special features. I’m …continue reading Killer Stuff: Pitchfork Gets Comic Booked!
Fans of the hit horror show Holliston by Adam Green can now PRE-ORDER the new 52-page graphic novel based on the show, “Holliston: Friendship …continue reading Interview with “Holliston: Friendship is Tragic” Artist Stephen Sharar
Japanese Artists Fujii and Kurabayashi Team Up with Genre Filmmakers, Luchagore Productions The incredible combined artistic talents of Hiro Fujii (Comic Producer and Designer) …continue reading New Horror Comic From Two of the Most Talented Teams in the Genre
Hello Slash-Nerds! By now I think all of you have figured out my predilection towards the written and drawn word of both Horror and …continue reading REVIEW OF GRAPHIC NOVEL “WYTCHES: VOL 1”