20 spooktacular songs to liven up any Halloween party, courtesy of your pals at Popdose.
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Searching for Brian De Palma and other lost 70s filmmakers.
Brine your bird with this underwater boner of a thriller.
Well, was anybody shocked? Remember, when I was setting up this series — back with Day 1′s write-up of May — I warned you that the actual holiday’s corresponding movie was going to be a predictable choice. Given that John Car…
Scott Malchus celebrates Halloween with John Carpenter’s “The Thing” in this week’s Basement Songs
Popdose delves into the strange phenomenon of aliens in our midst on TV and the big screen.
Last year I began to reevaluate my life (that happens when you turn 40) and the pursuit of the dream I had as a boy. What was it about those movies that captured my heart? Was it the movies themselves? Was it the people I was with? Was it some thematic element that I associated with? More importantly, could I ever go back to that place again?
Join Kelly Stitzel for the last installment of this month’s Halloween-themed Soundtrack Saturday and find out what’s in The Fog.
There are only five days until Halloween and the Popdose staff is counting down the 20 most frightening films of all time — and as a bonus, we’re giving away a digital copy of The Exorcist.
Welcome back to Revival House, where Jeff Johnson has dimmed the lights, cued the chilling music, and is waiting to take us back to Halloween night, 1978.
Remakes are all the rage in Hollywood these days, and “rage” is the popular filmgoer response to most of them — but as Jeff Johnson points out in his latest Revival House, a remake isn’t always a bad thing.