From Hitchcock to Stephen King, a roundup of the who's who in horror; all about celebrities flaunting their loudest screams and most nightmarish scenes.
To: Anne Rice From: The People of the Page
Dear Mrs Anne Rice, No that’s not good enough for the Queen of modern literature . . . Dearest A.N. Roquelaure, Still not right . . .
Come On Down!
Dear Mr. Carey, Look, I get it. I know you’re just the host–an actor, really– and that you probably don’t have anything to do with picking the prizes the contestants win. And, yes, it has occurred to me that you may not even believe in haunted cars. I didn’t used to. But things have been so out of control for me since I came home with her. I’ve tried everything I can think of, but it’s hard to think when you can’t sleep. You’re my last resort, Mr. Carey. Honestly, I have no idea if you can help.
This Is Stephen King's World, We're Just Living in It
In the world of horror and supernatural fiction, there are few names that are as well known as Stephen King. Described as the “King of Horror”, the legendary author has crafted parallel universes that have drawn people from all walks of life to explore his work. King has written 61 novels so far and sold an estimated 350 million books. In addition to his impressive repertoire of novels, King has published a number of short story collections and has had dozens of his novels and stories adapted for film and television.
The Kennedy Curse - Rosemary's Revenge
The Kennedy Curse. Most people have heard of it, some people know what it’s about, but few know the true extent of the tragedy this one single family has suffered. At first, it seemed like it could be just a few unfortunate events that all coincidentally happened to people of a certain last name, but it soon became clear that there was more to the Kennedy’s and their deaths than meets the eye.
Zombies have been such significant popularity for years. People have seen The Walking Dead. But then zombie films in my mind started due to the sense of one man, George Romero. He directed and created a black and white zombie film known as "Dawn of the Dead." He made many films following for over forty years. Creating his well-known series as "Night of the Living Dead Series." Romero is such an exciting filmmaker. This article will go over his life, his films, and what kept him well known as the god of zombies.
Celebrity Interview: Colman Domingo Fear the Walking Dead
Colman Domingo has more than solidified his place in the world of Fear the Walking Dead. After joining the show in season 2, Domingo has become one of the stalwart characters of the show. Even as friends such as Kim Dickens and Garret Dillahunt have left the series, Colman Domingo has remained and welcomed new characters and expanded his character, Victor Strand in directions that he had never imagined. Now, with season 6 of Fear the Walking Dead underway, Colman is still bringing life to Victor in front of the camera while finding new life for himself behind the camera as a director.
It's Stephen King! He doesn't need an intro. A household name since the early 80s, and a staple in the horror community. The creator of IT has brutally carved himself into the hearts and minds of people all over the world. From cosplayers, to cartoonists, there isn't an artist alive who hasn't paid homage to The King.
In some ways, Stephen King's stories are like looking through a keyhole, and having a cockroach crawl out onto your face. There is much more substance to these stories than a simple glimpse through a keyhole can reveal. I already reviewed Stephen King Goes to the Movies, an anthology of short stories, on Goodreads (lol gotta plug my brand), so I thought that I should do something a little more on this site. I chose to observe one of the King's favorite themes; the abject subverting the mundane into something much more than meets the eye. Across the collection of short stories, all characters, settings and even small props, are not what they seem. They are in fact, something more.
A Filmmaker's Biography: James Wan
As you may all know, James Wan is one of my personal favourite directors because of his contribution to the post-modern horror film using almost hitchcockian efforts. James Wan’s contribution to modern horror and post-modern horror are pretty unrivalled and his work on the “Conjuring” universe and “Insidious” series just go to show how much he is involved with the process even if he isn’t entirely responsible for the film or in the role of director.
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:
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!Pierre Roustan, Author of THE CAIN LETTERS and SCARY HORROR STUFF!Published 2 years ago in Horror