To get you ready for Valentine’s Day, our own Amanda Rebholz returns with another outstanding edition of Good Cryptkeeping, this time filled to the brim with all sorts of bloody goods.
Nat Brehmer returns with his Video Store Memories column to take a look back on the most terrifying horror icon of his childhood, the murderer possessed doll Chucky.
Tommy Tracy returns with another entry in his Retro Rewind series, taking a look at the j-horror masterpiece Ringu.
Jump in for another addition to Tommy Tracy’s bi-weekly RETRO REWIND. This week, he takes a look at Stuart Gordon’s cult classic Dolls.
Mike breaks down all of the major horror titles that are here to frighten you, scare you, and challenge you to survive in 2019.
Welcome to the first edition of RETRO REWIND, a new column from Tommy Tracy, searching through older horror films and highlighting the fun and wackiness of the gems of yesteryear.
Amanda has the DEFINITIVE Christmas list for any horror fan in this special WRECK THE HALLS edition of GOOD CRYPTKEEPING!
Amanda goes to church with the legendary Nick Cave!
Ian revisits the shocking classic.
Follow along with #GG31, 31 Days of Halloween continues when the Grinners stroll down memory lane to recall their favorite horror as kids.
Mike returns for another entry of Playing With Fear and takes a look at the survival games that were spawned from survival horror.
Contributing writer Nat Brehmer explores his fascination with not just Halloween but the entire franchise in his newest VIDEO STORE MEMORIES column.
Brennan is back with another round of the horror sommelier! One month out from Halloween but we get two, count ‘em two, horror films! What will Brennan tag The Nun and The Predator with? Plus, how often do you get as perfect an opportunity as Night School!
Nat Brehmer is back with a new Hell to Page and this time dives into the melodramatic Halloween: The Mad House, where Halloween meets…teen drama?!
In her newest entry in the “Based On A True Story” series, Kayleen Rogers looks into the horrific events that occurred in Gainesville, Florida that led Kevin Williamson to the scripts for Scream.
Amanda has some spooky new picks for the Season of the Witch!
In this entry of PLAYING WITH FEAR, Mike takes a look at the choose-your-adventure slasher (or is it?!) romp Until Dawn, a beautiful eerie experience from Supermassive Games.
August is literally chock-full of movie releases, but our horror sommelier Brennan Klein has you covered. Whether it’s blockbusters like The Meg or smaller affairs such as Crazy Rich Asians, the best in the biz has a pairing for everything.
The Blood Moon is around the corner, Amanda will get you prepared in this weeks GOOD CRYPTKEEPING!
Contributing writer Lee Boxleitner kicks off the inaugural “What’s Your Favorite Scary Movie” column with his love of the deadite destroyer himself, Ash Williams, in Evil Dead II.
Amanda has a bevy of new spoopy products from indie makeup brands that you’re gonna love!
Mike has a new entry in his Playing With Fear column and takes a look at the contemporary entry The Evil Within and why it holds its own amongst other gaming horror legends.
Nat returns with his column From Hell To Page to take a look at the oft-forgotten Fright Night comic book series!
July has some fun flicks, ranging from popcorn Dwayne Johnson vehicle Skyscraper to the animated squee fest Teen Titans GO!, and our resident horror sommelier has exactly the right pairings for those and everything in between.
Join us for the first installment of Nat Brehmer’s new recurring column HELL TO PAGE, where he explores novels and novelizations based on famous (and not so famous) horror franchises. In this debut entry, he explores a Friday the 13th novel that sees a religious leader use Jason as a murderous judge, jury and executioner.
In his first entry, Mike Vlastnik explores Resident Evil 7 in his new column, Playing With Fear. Get ready to explore the horror genre from the comfortability of a controller.
Kick off summer with a huge new horror sommelier from resident expert, Brennan Klein. Whether you’re checking out blockbusters like Jurassic World or whatever Uncle Drew is looking to be, he has the bases covered.