Dynamite Entertainment to release new #1 issue in June.
Archie tries to save his parents from the zombie horde but can he rescue Mr. and Mrs. Andrews before the undead knock down their door?
In Australia's most haunted house Muirhouse is going to wish he never broke the first rule of ghost hunting. To enter alone.
What happens when a voodoo priest, a runaway boyfriend and a psychotic rock band all stay at an out-of-the-way motel in Arizona? Probably not what you think.
Icon Home Entertainment announces the British horror classic Frankenstein and the Monster From Hell on 3-disc Blu-ray and DVD.
What would you do if you were trapped in a toilet during the zombie apocalypse? Sharon Davies gets Stalled.
Travel back to the age of the Roman Empire and witness the Darkness tear through Centurions...for some reason.
Scream Factory gives some long overdue love to Sam Raimi's other super hero movie.
A young girl wakes up naked and alone in a subway. Then what happens?
The iconic genre actor will the be in attendence for two Q&As.
Another evening of blood-curdling culture for Becky Roberts, as she heads off to see the new and improved Ghost Stories stage show.
With The Haunting in Connecticut 2 out on DVD and Blu-ray this week, we run down a list of some of the creepiest kids on horror movies
Exorcisms. Demons. Guns. Forgive us Father, someone has sinned... Time to check out religeous actioner The Cloth.
After weeks of the same old, same old, The Walking Dead is almost back to form.
Jennifer has never read the books in Dean Koontz's Odd Thomas series, but she says she may now after watching the film.
A young girl named Molly gets wrapped up in a mystical battle in a version of New York City that is mostly under water.
Now in glorious color, Clea and her pals take the fight to Yumzy Headquarters to stop the candy bar that's turning people into zombies
The new dramedy comic from Scott Massino and Scott Kolins aims to set the record straight about the legend of Dracula with the help of Thrillbent.
John Dixon's Phoenix Island is an outstanding debut full of violence, adventure, and science fiction.
Wrath James White delivers a sexually charged look at race in the US in 400 Days of Oppression.
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