Indulge in your horror film obsession with host, actor, producer, director, and horror-phile Jonathan B. Lerner!
For our inaugural episode, take a deep dive look into one of the most iconic, celebrated horror films of all time. John Carpenter’s classic, Halloween, may not have been the first slasher film ever made, but it certainly helped to jumpstart the era commonly cited as the genre’s “Golden Age.” Not only did it set … Continued
The Exorcist is widely considered to be one of the scariest movies of all time. A legendary cinematic venture, it graphically portrays the harrowing tale of a diabolically possessed 12-year-old girl, and the ensuing battle waged by her mother, and two catholic priests, to free her soul from the devil’s grasp. In this episode of … Continued
The Shining is one of Stephen King’s most popular novels. It also happens to be one of Stanley Kubrick’s most famous films, considered by many to be one the greatest horrors films ever made! The only thing is, the two entities–novel and film–are so different, that many have taken to referring to Kubrick’s film as … Continued
Imagine 3 brothers, all famous in Hollywood for their work with special effects, stop-motion, animatronics, etc. are told they can produce, write and direct their very own blockbuster film. Will it be the next Gone With the Wind, Casablanca or Titanic? Never. Throw in the fact that it was 1987, and it seems obvious: Killer … Continued
Some call it the most notorious haunted house in the world. So famous, in fact, that even the name of the town in which it stands has become synonymous with horror: Amityville. In this special edition of House of Horrors, we revisit the violent, potentially haunted past, of the house that sits at 112 Ocean … Continued
Alfred Hitchcock is famously known as the “master of suspense,” and while random, violent bird attacks, and a man in a wheelchair who spies on his neighbors are both super suspenseful, he got that title thanks to a small handful of films. Chief among them? Psycho. This film was groundbreaking in so many ways. Instead … Continued