Monthly Archives: October 2008

The Fashion of Haddonfield

Happy Halloween! In celebration of today’s costume-filled holiday, we continue our look into the fashion sense of horror film characters with an examination of the residents of Haddonfield, IL from John Carpenter’s 1978 classic, Halloween. As with our previous posts, … Continue reading

Jon’s Top Ten Scariest Album Covers

One of the things I love the most about the new generation of iPods is the way they allow you to browse your music collection by album cover. At the risk of sounding like a luddite, I had been worried … Continue reading

Classic Horror Games

in addition to film, the horror genre is found in all manners of places, such as novels, comics, toys, paintings, bobble-head dolls, and video games. it’s easy enough to find friday the 13th books, action figures and artwork, but, for … Continue reading

Jon’s Favorite H.P. Lovecraft Film Adaptations

Just as sci-fi films are forever indebted to the fiction of Ray Bradbury and Phillip K. Dick, horror films are equally indebted to Stephen King and H.P. Lovecraft. And just as Phillip K. Dick has given the sci-fi genre a … Continue reading