It's a dude and a baby against monsters made of blood, muscle, and teeth in this new series published by Image Comics.
We're going to have to wait a few more weeks to go skating with the hag, but I don't mind.
Win the supernatural horror starring Abigail Breslin, Haunter.
Zachary Donohue's directorial debut The Den brings a new slant to the found footage concept.
Super powers are STDs that kill you in six months. Health class just got a helluva lot more interesting.
VOD platform HorrorShow.TV launches its physical media catalogue with a re-release of Lucky McKee's The Woman.
An aptly titled piece of zombie horror post-apocalyptica from 101 Films.
Vincent Price does Shakespeare as only Vincent Price can.
The classic battle from Frank Miller and Walter Simonson is re-released by Dark Horse Comics.
Robert Englund is back as the evil protagonist in psychological Brit-chiller The Last Showing.
The new comic picks up where the original film left off with Alex Murphy dispensing some justice as the cyborg police officer.
Cassie Hack is back to fight all kinds of things that go bump in the night.
In addition to the lineup for the event, Etheria has also revealed the Inspiration Award recipient.
Celebrate the second season of Hemlock Grove with some tastey, bloody treats.
Prom Night! Everything is all right!
THANK YOU Synapse Films!
IDW and Konami to publish a third series set in the haunted vacation town, this time featuring the history of Anne Marie Cunningham
Jessica Cameron's Truth or Dare brings an ocean of grue to the Discovery Screen
Put a bunch of characters from classic literature in a blender and mix it up. The result is this comic.
Is the third time the charm for Joy Ride?
Everything you ever wanted to know about zombies, but were afraid to ask.
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