Pierre Roustan, Author of THE CAIN LETTERS and SCARY HORROR STUFF!
I am an author, adventurer, and father, living with my wife, four daughters and one son in Grand Rapids, Michigan. I've trekked through tundras, waded through swamps, wandered through deserts, and swam in the Great Barrier Reef.
Top 5 Original Horror Movies of 2020 (Even During a Pandemic)
Why, do you ask? Simple. Horror movies just might be the only genre that can survive outside of a movie theater -- and for good reason. All you need is some microwave popcorn, a dark living room (or bedroom, maybe), and a significant other (if you so desire). These days it's not that hard to do. The effect a horror film has doesn't change much at all.Pierre Roustan, Author of THE CAIN LETTERS and SCARY HORROR STUFF!Published 2 months ago in Horror
3 Stephen King Adaptations You Never Knew Will Be Coming Soon
There's so much from Stephen King as it is, so it's easy to miss even the most obscure. Part of the reason for that is the fact that many get plenty of press, lots of sold tickets, interviews and hoopla. Whereas others are just back-burned due to being under major development or limited to a particular platform. Hence why you have to read up on this! Take notes. Prepare. And.... Perhaps subscribe to those streaming platforms?
We May Be Seeing a 'Beetlejuice' Sequel...Soon
Of course, what you're looking at is just a fan poster. But we can dream. Still the headline isn't as much of a pipe dream as you might be thinking, because there is some truth behind the madness. Here's why:
Stephen King Offering up His Old Digs to Inspire Other Writers
King is quite the philanthropist. And Bangor, Maine, loves the King family to death (and undeath) given how much the household of horror has contributed to the community. Count this next story within the accolades of the master behind IT and Pet Sematary:
Some Might Stay at the Carruther's House, but the Addams Family Has Something Better
Who knew the Addams Family would be so popular, even after Raul Julia, Anjelica Huston, and Christina Ricci gave it sex appeal? And more popular by turning it into a CGI animated flick?? We had that with Hotel Transylvania. Still we can't complain. The film killed it in the box office with the panache of a Pixar movie (and it looked it, too), and there is now word that a sequel's on its way.Pierre Roustan, Author of THE CAIN LETTERS and SCARY HORROR STUFF!Published about a year ago in Geeks
3 Frightening Clowns Not from the Underworld or Magical Hell
Don't get me wrong: I get the willies from zombie clowns, Pennywise-s, and certain Violators of a spawn-like comic book hero. They're the stuff of legends and horror, but ultimately we have to remember one thing: it's all fiction. The truth is we often get much more scared at the clown walking down the street in the middle of the night than we do a demon in a sewer drain with a red balloon.
3 Top Stories About Sylvester Stallone That'll Make You Think He's the Next Horror Icon
That may be a stretch. We may be exaggerating. We're not, though. When you've got clout, tremendous backing, a history of making great films, and adaptability to branch out into everything from action, to drama, to even comedy, Sylvester Stallone is the cream of the crop!
3 Remake Actors for Horror Icons That May Interest You
In fact, in the horror genre, remakes have been admirable, at the very least. Say what you want about the Child's Play remake—Mark Hamill did just fine with his voice acting chops. Still we have issues, like the forgettable remake of The Rocky Horror Picture Show bringing the genre down a notch, but in all fairness, that's one misstep among a legion of interesting takes on phenomenal ideas.