This Week in Horror

This week in Horror Movie History, the chilling tale Christine was released on December 9th, 1983. Casting relatively unknown actors Keith Gordon (The Legend of Billie Jean 1985), John Stockwell (Top Gun 1986), Alexandra Paul (Baywatch 1992-97) and Alien's Harry Dean Stanton in the film version of Stephen...

This week in Horror Movie History, on November 27, 2002, super-natural Horror film Wes Craven Presents: They was released in theaters across the USA.  Directed by Robert Harmon (The Hitcher 1986) and starring Mia Farrow-esque Laura Regan (Dead Silence 2007), Marc Blucas (Buffy the Vampire Slayer...

This week in Horror Movie History, on November 20th, 1987, Flowers in the Attic was released in movie theaters across the country. Jeffrey Bloom (Blood Beach 1980) was both screenwriter and director, with music by Christopher Young (Hellraiser 1987) and Sy Levin and Thomas Fries acting as producers. This psychological...

This week in horror movie history Strangeland was released in 315 movie theaters around North American on October 2nd 1998.  Written and starring Twisted Sister's Dee Snider and directed by John Pieplow, Strangerland's  script is based loosely on the Twisted Sister song “Horror-teria” from 1984's Stay Hungry...

This week in horror history Amityville II: The Possession was released September 24th, 1982 in theaters across the USA.  Coming three years after the original hit film, Amityville II: The Possession was directed by Italian director Damiano Damiani (Confessions of a Police Captain 1979) and...

This week in horror movie history marks the 27th anniversary of Clive Barker’s directorial debut Hellraiser. Based on Mr. Barker’s novella, A Hellbound Heart, Hellraiser first opened our eyes September 18th, 1987, in theaters both throughout the United States and the UK. The production company,...

Cannibalistic Humanoid Underground Dwellers. If that does not send a shiver down the spine, what will?  This week in horror movie history, American film C.H.U.D. was released back in 1984. Directed by Douglas Cheek, produced by Andrew Bonime, and starring a few familiar faces including pre-Home Alone...

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