CHAPTER XVI DR. SEWARD’S DIARY—continued IT was just a quarter before twelve o’clock when we got into the churchyard over the low wall. The night was dark with occasional gleams of moonlight between the rents of the heavy clouds that scudded Read More!
Requires no introduction! Everyone either remembers or have heard about the War of the Worlds scare that happened back in the 1930’s when Orson Wells rocked the country with his martian excursion into terror. But before that, he shocked the Read More!
Every Halloween we all dress up as ghouls, ghosts, slashers, zombies, werewolves, & vampires. Something about our past keeps coming back each and every year to remind us of the one night a year that it’s okay to love being Read More!
You can’t have Halloween without one of it’s most iconic characters. The Dark Lord of the Vampires himself, Dracula! There are horror movies and then there are Hammer Horror movies. Sure you can pick up any old Dracula film and Read More!
CHAPTER XV DR. SEWARD’S DIARY—continued. FOR a while sheer anger mastered me; it was as if he had during her life struck Lucy on the face. I smote the table hard and rose up as I said to him:— “Dr. Van Read More!
In a small hillside New England cemetery, a chill evening wind stirs the leaves and a blood red moon clings to the branches with grotesque fingers touching the faded headstones with their eerie light. The frail drawn faced young woman Read More!
Nancy Perkins (Sandra Harrison) is enrolled in a private school after her father marries a bitch of step-mother she is now trapped in a school complete with mean bully women who make Nancy’s life a living hell in her new Read More!
CHAPTER XIV MINA HARKER’S JOURNAL 23 September.—Jonathan is better after a bad night. I am so glad that he has plenty of work to do, for that keeps his mind off the terrible things; and oh, I am rejoiced that Read More!
An archaeologist is being tailed by a mysterious woman of almost supernatural beauty. He moves through the streets of Cairo in an attempt to unearth an ancient and terrible horror. Quiet, Please isn’t as prolific as other radio drams in Read More!
Orchids are often sent to weddings. However, not when a mad scientist sends them to a young bride that appears to kill her! When in actuality she was placed in suspended animation where the mad scientist (played by legendary Bela Read More!
Professor Guildea is probably one of the most intelligent people on the planet. He calculates that the human penchant for Love is a weakness. However, something non-human decides to fall in love with him and becomes obsessed. This episode of Read More!
CHAPTER XIII DR. SEWARD’S DIARY—continued. THE funeral was arranged for the next succeeding day, so that Lucy and her mother might be buried together. I attended to all the ghastly formalities, and the urbane undertaker proved that his staff were afflicted—or Read More!
A group of college undergrads decides to get away from it all so they venture to their friend’s vacation home that sets upon a private lake. However, the fun is interrupted when Mike loses his arm to seemingly random shark Read More!
“You are groping in the midnight dimness of a gigantic department store and suddenly you realize that you are not alone, but a hundred eyes are glaring at you from the shadows and a hundred hands are reaching for your Read More!
CHAPTER XII DR. SEWARD’S DIARY 18 September.—I drove at once to Hillingham and arrived early. Keeping my cab at the gate, I went up the avenue alone. I knocked gently and rang as quietly as possible, for I feared to Read More!
Who says nothing ever happens in Iowa? I mean, one day you’re at a baseball game watching the kids have fun then the next thing you know the town drunk shows up with a shotgun and you’re forced to bring Read More!
Think the “Found Footage” genre is new? Think again, Suspense had that in the bag back in the 40’s and it was way scarier than Blair Witch Project. In Ghost Hunt, a radio host decides it would be a great idea to Read More!
CHAPTER XI Lucy Westenra’s Diary. 12 September.—How good they all are to me. I quite love that dear Dr. Van Helsing. I wonder why he was so anxious about these flowers. He positively frightened me, he was so fierce. And Read More!
Every country does their horror a tad differently. Japanese horror is definitely in a league of their own. Take tonight’s movie, Audition, for example. It’s about a widower who at his son’s request finally move on and find a new Read More!
Suspense brings to life one of H.P. Lovecraft’s most memorable and frightening stories. Wilbur Whateley, the village weirdo, desperately needs to get his hands on the local Miskatonic university’s ultra-rare book, the Necronomicon. Perhaps you’ve heard of Read More!
CHAPTER X Letter, Dr. Seward to Hon. Arthur Holmwood. “6 September. “My dear Art,— “My news to-day is not so good. Lucy this morning had gone back a bit. There is, however, one good thing which has arisen from it; Read More!
CHAPTER IX Letter, Mina Harker to Lucy Westenra. “Buda-Pesth, 24 August. “My dearest Lucy,— “I know you will be anxious to hear all that has happened since we parted at the railway station at Whitby. Well, my dear, I got Read More!
CHAPTER VIII MINA MURRAY’S JOURNAL Same day, 11 o’clock p. m.—Oh, but I am tired! If it were not that I had made my diary a duty I should not open it to-night. We had a lovely walk. Lucy, after Read More!
A television show called “Independent Thinkers” is hosted by Dr. Blakely. A psychiatrist who runs a mega-popular self-help talk show that was commonplace in the 80’s. However, the audience is doing absolutely zero independent thinking of their own. He secretly is controlling Read More!
CHAPTER VII CUTTING FROM “THE DAILYGRAPH,” 8 AUGUST (Pasted in Mina Murray’s Journal.) From a Correspondent. Whitby. ONE greatest and suddenest storms on record has just been experienced here, with results both strange and unique. The weather had been somewhat sultry, Read More!
J.S. LeFanu’s famous vampire novel is brought to life by a master of horror scriptwriter Lucille Fletcher. Voiced by Jeanette Nolan, she places a wicked sexy voice to the vampire and will seduce your cute little ears as you give Read More!
I think I was like ten years old when I first saw “Burnt Offerings”. It was the first time I had seen a haunted house movie and it scared the urge to pee right outta me. Sure there are lots Read More!
Two women go on vacation to get away from it all. Relaxation isn’t on the itinerary however when a psychopath with a talent for playing the violin falls in love with one of them and decides that he must marry her! Read More!
CHAPTER VI MINA MURRAY’S JOURNAL 24 July. Whitby.—Lucy met me at the station, looking sweeter and lovelier than ever, and we drove up to the house at the Crescent in which they have rooms. This is a lovely place. The Read More!
Halloween wouldn’t be right if we didn’t’ invite the Italians. Noon can quite do the horror the way the Italians do. In this juicy flick there is a group that includes Rick (Walter Bigari) a writer, Daniel Parks (Alfredo Rizzo) Read More!