The Atari 2600 saw some odd games back in the day, from Porky's to more adult fare - but the system's popularity continues to thrive, which is why we have many different versions of a hacked Atari 2600 horror movie game to choose from!
It's hard to beat the chills that an old time radio show can provide, friends. In this case the radio show is from back in 1984 and is an adaptation of a story by Ray Bradbury - so join us as we learn about The Ravine!
Being the Season, besides trying to find the appropriate films or television shows to keep things spooky - Monstermatt Patterson has a few choice selections of Monster Music for you to put in your playlists to get in the Halloween spirit!
While personally 1932's The Mummy is not one of my favorite of the classic Universal Monsters - the fact that one of the three remaining posters is going up for auction is something I am compelled to share!
With Black Lullaby, we fans of all things creepy and frightful get a chance to enjoy this short film by Joshua Hoffine - entitled Black Lullaby, it concerns a little girl who comes face to face with the Boogeyman!
While the internet can truly sometimes be a frustrating place, there are so many times it acts as a time capsule - such as the case of learning about the history of Six Flags over Georgia's The Monster Plantation!
Ready for a little bit of classic animation, something worthy of the Holiday Season? I think we have just what you need with 1934's The Headless Horseman, which was produced by the Ub Iwerks studio back in 1934!
If you are looking for a fun if completely bonkers horror film, you might want to check out 1989's Amityville: The Evil Escapes. To help you make up your mind, I share my experiences seeing it on the big screen...just last week!