Four Reasons We’re Looking Forward To Hereditary

2017 was a good year for Horror, and while 2018 has been off to a shaky start with the likes of Insidious: The Last Key and Winchester, there is still a lot for people to be excited about, and one such film is Hereditary. Here are four reasons why we're excited it: 1) The Premise... Continue Reading →


Valentine’s Day Movies For You To Watch

It's Valentine's Day, which means two things: 1) you're out having dinner with your other half 2) you're in watching romantic movies; but who says horror movies can't be romantic? So, if you're the one that wears the pants in the relationship, here are two movies to force your other half to watch: 1) Valentine... Continue Reading →

Interview with Robbie Barnes

The Horror Club speaks to actress, screenwriter, and director, Robbie Barnes, about her work, plans for the year and Beyond Repair, her film currently doing the rounds at festivals. Tell us about yourself? I've always loved movies for as long as I can remember and I knew I wanted to be a part of them. I... Continue Reading →

Interview with Nicoleta Tigoulet

The Horror Club speaks to Make-Up Artist, Nicoleta Tigoulet, about her work and the influences on them, among other things. Tell us about yourself? I'm a fan of horror movies and special effects since I was a kid. I knew I wanted to work in horror movies,  but not how. That may be a little... Continue Reading →

Interview with Landon Stahmer

The Horror Club speaks to filmmaker, Landon Stahmer, who is the creator of the Crypt TV's short films, Launder Man and Look-See (3 parts to date), among others. Check it out below and a link to the Launder Man. Tell us about yourself? My name is Landon Stahmer. I’m from the Midwest, specifically Nebraska. If... Continue Reading →

The Horror Club Seeks Guests Posts

The Horror Club is opening up a new series that will have guest posts. This is all so we can bring you more content to enjoy. We are seeking writers, filmmakers, make-up artists, or anyone who works within the horror genre. The details are: Post information is up to the guest once the content has... Continue Reading →

Remembering Feast

Every once and a while a film comes out with little attention towards it, and as a result, it turns out to be a decent watch. Feast is exactly that kind of film. The film tells the story of an unlucky group of people in a remote bar, who must fight for their lives as a... Continue Reading →

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