The 13th Floor

Films 

MOTEL HELL, The FRIDAY THE 13TH Victims & Alfred Hitchcock Get Their Due In New FRIGHT-RAGS Line!

It’s the New Year, which means it’s as good a time as any for some new cloths! And as horror fans, we own it to ourselves to represent some of our favorite movies, filmmakers and images by wearing them right on our chests! Thankfully, the fine fiends at Fright-Rags have got us covered, literally! And […]

Films 

Hail To The King! CAT’S EYE, SALEM’S LOT & IT Come To High Def!

Considering the vast library that Stephen King has penned over the years, it’s no surprise that the filmography based upon his works is just as robust. But despite his popularity, there’s still a handful of his adaptations that haven’t made the proper upgrade to high def. Thankfully, Warner Brothers has heard us and rectified that […]

Films 

UPDATE: Watch John Carpenter’s Entire Panel Discussion With The New York Film Academy

There’s no shortage of great John Carpenter interviews online these days, especially with his tremendously-deserved resurge in popularity as a result of his two “Lost Themes” albums and current tour. But it’s always fun to look back on different discussions he’s given over the years for context. His hour long chat with students of the New […]

Films 

Check Out This Trailer For The New PET SEMATARY Documentary!

I absolutely love documentaries from die-hard fans and filmmakers, because they often have nothing but a tremendous amount of respect and reverence for their source material. There’s always a lot of heart put into these types of docs, because the people behind them truly care. And judging from the following trailer, it looks like directors […]

Films 

Five Underrated Alfred Hitchcock Thrillers

Forty years ago, Alfred Hitchcock’s last movie hit theaters, after the master filmmaker spent over 50 years directing ambitious, influential features. You don’t have to be a classic cinema snob to know Alfred Hitchcock. Even people who have never seen his films can name a few off the top of their head: PSYCHO, REAR WINDOW, […]

Films 

It’s Time To Give John Carpenter’s VILLAGE OF THE DAMNED Another Look

If you grew up as huge a fan of the work of John Carpenter as I did, well then, we are living in glorious times! I’m proud to own just about his entire filmography now on Blu-Ray, with the exception of SOMEONE’S WATCHING ME (his 1978 TV movie starring Lauren Hutton which I do have on […]

Films 

JOHN CARPENTER’S HIDDEN WESTERNS

It’s no secret that horror icon John Carpenter is a big fan of westerns.  He’s said for years that he got into the film business to make westerns… and, to an extent, he has succeeded.  ASSAULT ON PRECINCT 13 is essentially a siege western, owing a huge debt to Carpenter’s all-time favorite film RIO BRAVO.  […]

Films 

Hyaena Gallery Pays Tribute To “Master Of Horror” Stuart Gordon This Sat. Night!

As we’ve reported before, Hyaena Gallery is one of the greatest, most artist-friendly venues here in Los Angeles, especially for those of us that grew up loving the horror genre. And so, although they regularly showcase original work from a roster of amazingly talented “dark artists” year round, every once in a while, they pull […]

Music 

We Chat With ZOLA JESUS About Remixing John Carpenter!

If you’re on this site, then no doubt you’re as huge a fan of John Carpenter as we all are. And his debut album “Lost Themes” has been on heavy rotation here since it’s release earlier this year. While a follow up album from the “master of horror” is still a ways off, his record […]

Comic Books Films 

John Carpenter Releases HALLOWEEN Horror Graphic Novel!

Holy smokes! Get this – just in time for Halloween, there’s a new horror anthology graphic novel collecting 6 stories and spanning over 100 pages from Storm King Comics. That’s right. John Carpenter and Sandy King Carpenter are behind this spooky collection of brand new horror tales featuring the talents of genre alumni like Steve Niles, […]