The Gas Station from the 2006 version of the American Horror Film The Hills Have Eyes sits quietly in Province de Ouarzazate, Morocco. If you happen to be driving down the highway of Ouarzazate (aka "The door of the desert"), you can explore this abandoned movie set. The gas station set is filled with haunted-looking, antique furniture, dilapidated cars, and even scary puppets. If one were to stumble across this chilling gas station without knowing it was a movie set, it would send them speeding off down the road as fast as possible.
Blacula! Frogs! Tales from the Crypt! Just before the release of The Exorcist—which helped redefine the horror genre—the year 1972 delivered a very different and very eclectic mix of scare flicks. The Signal's David Katznelson recently watched dozens of horror films from fifty years ago so you don't have to. From The Signal: In 1972,… READ THE REST
Horror as a genre is at its best when it speaks to the broader aspects of humanity that exist outside of the realm of visceral terror. Any movie can rely on a jump scare and gross-out special effects to elicit a response from the audience, but horror films that mine the relatable or mundane facets… READ THE REST
Horror films have been on an upswing as of late. With movies like It Follows, X, and Hereditary leading the pack, scary flicks found new life post-2010. Horror fans from the 90s and 2000s will undoubtedly remember how the genre began to nose dive as Hollywood seemed intent on producing nothing but trashy slasher flicks. Although there were a… READ THE REST
Sometimes, the holidays sneak up on us. You have to buy someone a present, but you don't know what to get them — and of course, there's the fear it won't show up on time to be under the tree Christmas morning. That's why our Last Chance sale is an excellent opportunity. It provides great… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. There's nothing more nerve-wracking than wondering if the holiday gifts you ordered will arrive on time. Unfortunately, on-time delivery is hardly promised this season, except during our Last Chance Shipping Sale.… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. It's time for some holiday shopping, and if you're not doing it online, you'll be, well, in line. Since there aren't many folks who find hanging out at big box stores… READ THE REST