The much anticipated follow up to 2015’s Goosebumps has dropped a trailer. We have that, plus a list of more creepy creatures we would love to see jump to life.
Fantasia Fest is looming and we’ve got a spotlight on some films we’ve been anticipating and some projects that are crazy interesting.
The “Space Force” in America is (supposedly) a real thing but is it necessary? Absolutely not. But this fantastic list of sci-fi horror films and food with booze pairings is.
We all know that a good viewing of Friday the 13th or The Burning is a great way to kick of summer but here are five overlooked gems to help you get through the whole season.
Our favorite movies of 2018 so far.
Do you dare?
Have you called your mother today?
Are you a horror fan who always found Tombstone to be a ready made classic and is addicted to Westworld? Mary Morris is here to drop some western horror gems on you.
It's Wrestlemania week and that may as well be a national holiday over here in the fictitious offices of Ghastly Grinning. Revel in some of the most fantastic horror themed wrestlers of all time.
Let Ian explain what our good friend Baphy is doing in The Church!
To further celebrate St. Patrick's Day, the Ghastly Grinning staff takes a look at the leprechaun and more feral little creatures in the horror genre.
While we still don't know exactly what Family Blood is about, it sure as heck looks like vampires. So here's some news on it and a few more films that are tangentially about the creature of the night.
In anticipation of the new Mom and Dad, Ghastly Grinning highlights some good and bad father figures in the horror world.
Stuck in doors because of the snow? We have your horror needs covered.
Part two of The Ghastlies! A look at the "best of" films of 2017!
The Ghastly Grinning crew breaks down the first part of The Ghastlies! A look at the "best of" films of 2017.
A celebration of movies where people take the law into their own hands.
In the future, we'll compete to the death.
Choice cuts from Prime/Shudder
Here are all the titles coming to Shudder this month.
Rachel Bellwoar keeps the Halloween spirit alive by recommending comics which evoke the spooky spirit of October.