Horror Community Highlights – October 8, 2010

  • Mary Shelley’s Frankenhole
    Love Train for the Tenebrous Empire
    “The premise of “Frankenhole”is that the lab of Dr. Frankenstein (modeled after Kenneth Branagh’s portrayal of the character) can be accessed through a series of time-travel portals scattered across the earth.” My first reaction to this was WTF? Still, I have to say I’m intrigued.
  • Frankenstein Fundamentals
    “Question: What are the basic books, the fundamental texts that would give anyone an introduction, a grasp, an understanding of Frankenstein and its cultural endurance?” The short answer is the Frankensteinia website. For the longer answer, check out this fantastic post.
  • Flies are Gross
    The Horror Digest
    A tribute to the nastiest of the nasty insects in horror film.
  • 20 Things You Didn’t Know About ‘The Exorcist’
    “The evangelist Billy Graham claimed that an actual demon lived inside the celluloid reels of the film.” If were in charge of marketing this film, I think I’d put that on the cover of its new Blu-Ray version.
  • Four 80s Horror Movies With Great Rock Soundtracks
    In it for the Kills
    Here’s another reason to love 80s music.
  • Beautiful Horror Movie Scores
    Day of the Woman
    We all know that horror movies scores can be “fun to listen to, scary as hell, or just plain bad ass,” but BJ-C’s list proves that they can also be hauntingly beautiful.
  • Composer Alan Howarth: John Carpenter’s Partner in Musical Menace
    All Things Horror
    A tribute to Carpenter’s often unsung musical partner.

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