We wanted to take a moment to wish you and yours a happy Halloween! We’ve had an absolute blast the past month presenting all of our 31 Days of Halloween posts, celebrating the greatest horror films in motion picture history!…Read more →
Monthly Archives: October 2019
The Faces of Jack Pierce
Jack Pierce himself only had one face, one which wasn’t particularly liked in Hollywood, but – as a makeup artist – Pierce created many faces. So many that the few we will highlight in this post will only scratch the…Read more →
This Week’s New Releases Include a Godzilla Collection and Other Smashing Hits!
This week there’s a lot of monstrous hits roaring to DVD and Blu-ray. We think you’ll love this latest batch of new releases, all of which would take an honored place in your home video library! Godzilla: The Showa-Era Films,…Read more →
Need a Ride? Looking Back at “The Hearse”
Not every fright flick is a classic, as Jim Brymer details in his review of The Hearse: Remember when horror movies actually made some sort of sense? Well, it was probably well before this one came out. This movie contains…Read more →
FYI: MovieFanFare’s 2019 Holiday Gift Guide Drops on November 29th!
Yes, we know that we haven’t even finished with our 31 Days of Halloween posts yet, but nevertheless the fact remains that the holidays are just around the corner. Once again, we want to make your shopping experience as easy…Read more →
For our final Create-A-Caption before Halloween we are taking a look back at the meta-masterpiece that is Scream. Wes Craven‘s 1996 horror effort was a cultural phenomenon packed with fun and innovation. We’ve taken a still from the film featuring…Read more →
Guest Review: The Seventh Cross
In Germany, in the year 1936, seven prisoners escape from a concentration camp. One by one they are caught and their bodies are placed on crucifixes at the camp as a warning to others who may attempt escape. Only one…Read more →
Who’s Your Favorite Member of The Addams Family?
You rang? Brought to live by acclaimed cartoonist Charles Addams in the 1930s, The Addams Family have been thrilling generations with their supernatural and silly antics. Since the Addamses first came to TV in the 1960s they’ve been the subject…Read more →
The 1980s Demi Moore Horror Fave “Parasite” Is a Biting Good Time!
When it originally hit theaters in 1982, Charles Band‘s Parasite was presented in 3-D that promised “you will live the thrill.” But even without the gimmick, this is a film that will grab hold of you and won’t let go!…Read more →
Guest Review: The Undying Monster
In this guest review, Constance Metzinger takes a look at the 1962 chiller The Undying Monster: “When stars are bright on a frosty night, Beware thy bane on a rocky lane ” Coastal England at the turn of the century….Read more →