The 13th Floor

Comic Books 

The Best Horror Comics of May 2017!

May was a major month for comic books, and genre comics in particular. Image, Dark Horse and IDW pumped out a number of stellar works, but they weren’t alone in their mission to entertain; a handful of indie publishers also jumped into the mix, and made a case for recognition with some top-notch reads. Here’s […]

Films 

6 Things I Learned While Moderating The PSYCHO Remake Commentary!

PSYCHO is unarguably a masterpiece, both in the filmography of Alfred Hitchcock, but also in horror & cinema history. And so, who would have the nerve to remake something considered a classic? Nowadays, it doesn’t seem like a big deal. BATES MOTEL recently wrapped it’s fifth and final season, and provided Norman Bates fans with […]

Films 

This Week On SHOCK WAVES, We’re Building The “Perfect” Horror Anthology!

This week on Shock Waves, join your hosts Rob Galluzzo, Ryan Turek, Elric Kane, Rebekah McKendry, and special guest co-host Darin Scott as they delve into horror anthologies! But first, a discussion on the KING KONG franchise, spurred by the latest film KONG: SKULL ISLAND, and then the latest horrors! Ryan revisited the ’89 Robert […]

TV 

Bryan Fuller On How HANNIBAL Would Continue

Earlier this week, a new episode of the Shock Waves podcast dropped with very special guest Bryan Fuller. HANNIBAL may have only lasted 3 seasons, but the creator and showrunner definitely felt there was much more story to tell with these characters. Co-host Elric Kane had asked if he knew that Season 3’s final episode […]

Films TV 

ASH VS. EVIL DEAD, THE WALKING DEAD and Comic-Con 2016 – This Week’s Horror News Rundown

It’s almost that time of year again, when pop culture fans converge on San Diego, CA to share their love of superheroes, sci-fi, fantasy and horror. And as always, the entertainment industry is going to use Comic-Con as an excuse to make big announcements and reveal exciting footage. This week on the Horror News Rundown […]

Films TV 

Ten Groundbreaking Queer Genre Creators You Need to Know About!

The first films to leave an indelible mark on my psyche were William Sachs’ THE INCREDIBLE MELTING MAN, a late-night screening on TV of Otto Preminger’s missing-child mystery, BUNNY LAKE IS MISSING, and the hilarious basketball decapitation in Wes Craven’s DEADLY FRIEND. This combination of high-and-low-brow horror has definitely factored in shaping my identity. Embracing ghoulish […]