(AKA The One with Busta Rhymes)
A personal essay from Curt Oglesbee about what The Black Parade meant to him about being not okay.
Mark Jowell dives into the atmosphere of Haddonfield’s least favorite son returning home in ‘88.
Nat Brehmer isn’t ready to let Halloween go just yet. Take a look at this in depth dive into the iconic slasher’s oft overlooked sequel.
Get to the chopper!
It’s the 30th anniversary of Puppet Master and we’ve been celebrating here at Ghastly Grinning by asking people to participate in an article highlighting their favorite puppet across the entire franchise and why.
Capcom continues their attempts at nailing down a cohesive multiplayer experience in their Resident Evil universe.
Freddy Ruiz opens his heart up and pours his guts out as to why he loves horror…and why we all do.
Ghastly Grinning has the exclusive premiere of Duffields, as well as an interview with the directors, Jason-Christopher Mayer and Chris Palko!
Eric Mayo dives into the greatness that is Grady Hendrix and his vast coverage of paperback horror novels in Paperbacks from Hell.
We’re all Autumn People at heart.
Eric Mayo is here to finish the Corey Double Feature with a look at two of Feldman’s entries into the horror world.
Buckle up for the double feature you deserve.
With the cultural phenomenon all wrapped up, Mary Morris examines how the show excelled at high fantasy but also could nail horror when needed.
Devin March examines why Berserk is more than just an anime for the fans of hyper violence.
Ryan details his Texas Frightmare weekend. Spoilers: it was amazing.
Curt Oglesbee presents one of the most compelling facets of analysis of found footage flick The Last Exorcism.
Eric Mayo is back with a Ghastly Gaming addition of Second Chances, taking a look at an overlooked masterpiece, the sequel The Evil Within 2.
Amanda Rebholz got a chance to sit down and listen to Frank Iero and the Future Violents new ablum and is here to tell you that it’s a punk rock masterpiece.
Eric Mayo has written a hell of a piece on how the fight scene from They Live was inspired by a similar scene in The Quiet Man, how he found this out, and what draws the two together.
Nat Brehmer returns with a new “Video Store Memories” piece on the diminutive terror of the Leprechaun series.
How horror reopened my heart to passion.
Contributing writer Amanda Rebholz looks past the flaws to celebrate Scream 3 for the brilliance behind the silliness.
After years of refusing to believe how awesome the threequel could be, Eric Mayo comes back Poltergeist III with an open mind and finds a lot to fall in love with.
Hayden Gilbert explains the eighties Bigfoot flick is one of his all time favorite films.
Eric Mayo continues the Resident Evil retrospectives with a look at the under-appreciated Nemesis.
Eric Mayo comes clean on the one actor in the genre that elevates every film and creates a must see movie experience for him.
Freddy Ruiz is here to craft a slasher filled holiday for all you love birds with three films that will help make a romantic night in even more heart racing.