Monthly Archives: March 2010

Jennifer’s Body Debate on Dead Wrong Podcast

friend of the site, fellow blogger, horrorsquad contributor, highly opinionated goofball and all-around nice guy brad mchargue runs a horror film podcast called dead wrong!. each episode is recorded as a commentary track to a particular horror film, with brad … Continue reading

Horror DVD Releases – Week of March 30th, 2010

(descriptions from Netflix and BestBuy) I Sell the Dead (2008) In this winner of the Slamdance Film Festival Best Cinematography Award, an 19th-century grave robber facing the guillotine confesses his sins to a priest, revealing a life filled with supernatural … Continue reading

Horror Community Highlights – March 26, 2010

[thumb][/thumb] Every Thing In Its Right Place Dinner with Max Jenke If you aren’t already stoked about the upcoming prequel to The Thing, you will be after reading this post. [thumb][/thumb] Death Rattled Retro Posters Club Silencio “The rotting dead … Continue reading

Horror DVD Releases – Week of March 23rd, 2010

(descriptions from Netflix and BestBuy) Clive Barker’s Dread (2009) Assisted by two naïve classmates, duplicitous Quaid (Shaun Evans) conducts a devious research project examining students’ innermost fears. Once armed with data, Quaid methodically torments his hapless subjects, taking full advantage … Continue reading

Beauty Product Horrors

i’ve always been slightly confused and bewildered by the world of cosmetics and female beauty products (my wife’s new-found obsession with LUSH handmade cosmetics has not helped with this). however, i have never before been scared of a beauty product. … Continue reading

Horror Community Highlights – March 19, 2010

[thumb] [/thumb] Happy St. Patty’s Day! Kindertrauma If you’re looking for a post about evil Leprechauns, you’re out of luck. But not really, because this post about Patty Duke is far more interesting. [thumb][/thumb] Happy St. Patrick’s Day ya Bastards … Continue reading

Horror DVD Releases – Week of March 16th, 2010

(descriptions from Netflix) Smash Cut (2009) With his recent films failing to impress anyone, independent horror auteur Able Whitman (David Hess) is desperate to win fans — and win them he does when he begins to use real body parts … Continue reading

Horror Community Highlights – March 11, 2010

[thumb][/thumb] The Ever-Changing Lore of Being a Vampire Zombies DON’T Run This is a list of classic rules for vampire behavior. And twinkling or being moody are not included. [thumb][/thumb] The Lost Boy The Horror Section “Regardless of how much … Continue reading

Seven Killer Songs

In Irish folklore, the banshee is an apparition whose mournful, wailing song signals someone’s recent death. In most versions of the myth, the banshee’s song is so piercing and strong that it can cut through solid objects and drive those … Continue reading

Horror DVD Releases – Week of March 9th, 2010

(descriptions from BestBuy) Nine Dead (2009) A masked maniac locks nine strangers in a room together and reveals that he will kill one of them every ten minutes until they can figure out the factor that connects them all. As … Continue reading