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Before Slender Man and CreepyPastas There Was ‘Ted the Caver’!

by We Love Horror
I’ve always been fascinated by early-internet horror. Before the rise of Slender Man, Creepypastas, and spooky YouTube videos, most people got their occasional dose of online scares from quirky flash games or viral e-mails spreading updated versions of familiar urban legends. However, that would all change in 2001, as the internet would be graced with an iconic scary story that would inspire many more to come, a tale that we now know as the infamous Ted the Caver. In a time preceding the popularization of MySpace (or even the invention of Facebook, for that matter), customizable web pages were all the [...]

Syfy Airing All Day ‘Leprechaun’ Marathon for St. Patrick’s Day

by We Love Horror
We shall call it.. the LEPRETHON. Beginning at 8am EST tomorrow, St. Patrick’s Day (Saturday, March 17), Syfy is airing an all-day, all-night marathon of the Leprechaun film franchise, which actually begins with the totally unrelated 2012 film Leprechaun’s Revenge (aka Red Clover). From there, it’s onto the reboot Leprechaun: Origins, follow by the entire original franchise. Check out the full schedule below and make sure you have green beer handy! 8am: Leprechaun’s Revenge Karen is unaware that decades earlier, townspeople banished a bloodthirsty leprechaun to another dimension after a massacre. She accidentally sets the creature free, and has to [...]

Hulu Returning to the Era of Satanic Panic With Drama Series “Demons”

by We Love Horror
We’ve learned tonight that Hulu is in development on a series titled “Demons,” set against the backdrop of the hysteria known as “Satanic Panic” in the ’80s/90s. As outlined by Wikipedia, “Satanic ritual abuse was the subject of a moral panic that originated in the United States in the 1980s, spreading throughout many parts of the world by the late 1990s. Allegations of SRA involved reports of physical and sexual abuse of people in the context of occult or Satanic rituals.” The series is written by Juliet Lashinsky-Revene, and it revolves around Marilyn Jones, the seductive “patient zero” in the frenzy surrounding Satanic Ritual Abuse, and her husband, Bennett Lewis, a brilliant but manipulative psychiatrist. [...]

Rob Zombie Confirms Sid Haig’s Return In ‘3 From Hell’!

by We Love Horror
I tweeted out yesterday that Sig Haig would be returning as Captain Spaulding in Rob Zombie‘s 3 From Hell, his now-filming follow-up to both House of 1,000 Corpses and The Devil’s Rejects. Zombie not only confirmed this in his new Instagram post, but also shared a photo that gives us a clue to how the film may begin. What you see below is a Bain Prison County van that Zombie says is transporting some villains, presumably Captain Spaulding, Baby (Sheri Moon Zombie), and Otis (Bill Moseley), who we all thought died in a hail of bullets at the end of [...]

FX Orders Pilot Episode of Alex Garland’s Sci-fi Series “Devs”

by We Love Horror
Ex Machina director Alex Garland just returned to the sci-fi space with second feature Annihilation, and he’s already in development on a new television series. Deadline reports that FX has given a pilot order to Garland’s “Devs,“ an episode that Garland himself wrote and will be directing. He will also executive produce. “In Devs, which will be produced by FX Productions, a young computer engineer, Lily, investigates the secretive development division of her employer, a cutting-edge tech company based in San Francisco, which she believes is behind the disappearance of her boyfriend.” Garland recently revealed that the 8 episodes he has written tell a complete story. [...]

Is ‘The Strangers: Prey at Night’ Really Based On a True Story?

by We Love Horror
Like The Strangers, new film The Strangers: Prey at Night begins with the message that the film you’re about to see is based on true events. But how much of what made its way on screen actually happened in real life? Well, if you’re having nightmares about murders at neon-lit pools and flaming trucks, you’ll be happy to know all that stuff is fiction. Actually, the events that inspired The Strangers: Prey at Night are the same as the events that inspired writer/director Bryan Bertino’s The Strangers. Meaning that the only thing “based on true events” about Prey at Night is [...]

[Podcasts] Virtual Pros #61 – Talent Teleportation, Stardom Chat, Leg Selling Fetishes & Hand Problems

by We Love Horror
The triumphant return of Virtual Pros that includes answering literally 1700 listener e-mails, STARDOM chat, the nuances of title belts, going to the bar to watch Monday Night RAW, a Fantasy booking nerd orgy that places wrestlers in promotions from different eras, Akiyami vs. Kobashi in a leg selling fetish match, the state of US Indie wrestling in 2007, broken orbital bones, The Bad Boy vs The Dirty Daddy in a legit bar room brawl plus a whole lot more in another can’t miss episode of the world’s greatest wrestling podcast. A true young girl’s shining dream. Subscribe and Listen [...]

[SXSW Review] Suspenseful ‘A Quiet Place’ Delivers Monster-filled Mayhem!

by We Love Horror
Though it hasn’t happened too often in the past 25 years of its run, it’s always a pleasant surprise to see a highly anticipated horror flick kicking off the Film Track of the SXSW Conference. As the last film to do so was the rollicking The Cabin in the Woods five years ago, it would stand to say that John Krasinski‘s A Quiet Place had some high-energy shoes to fill this year. Luckily for festival-goers, Krasinski’s film is a thoroughly entertaining and surprisingly heartfelt thrill ride worthy of its highly publicized opening night slot. A Quiet Place tells the story of a family living [...]

Intro to Spanish Horror: 5 Must See Horror Films!

by We Love Horror
With Paco Plaza’s Veronica taking Netflix by storm, and many touting it to be one of the most terrifying film in years, it’s time to highlight that Spain has been responsible for some of the scariest horror films for a while now. When it comes to foreign horror the explosive wave of brutal films that emerged from France in the early 2000s, often referred to as New French Extremity, made the rest of the world take notice with films like Inside, High Tension, Martyrs, and so much more. The wave emerged as the boom of J-horror began to wane. Between [...]

Vin Diesel Confirmed For R-rated ‘Bloodshot’!

by We Love Horror
Valiant is finally going to see one of their comics adapted to the big screen. Vin Diesel, who is the franchise star of the Fast and the Furious films, is officially signed on to star in Sony Pictures’ Bloodshot, reports TheWrap who adds that production is slated for this coming July. “Bloodshot” is about a mortally wounded soldier resurrected with cutting-edge nanotechnology and tasked with rounding up superpowered outcasts known as “harbingers.” Dave Wilson, who is Deadpool director Tim Miller’s partner at Blur Studios, is attached to direct. Oscar-nominated screenwriter Eric Heisserer (Arrival, Final Destination 5, The Thing, A Nightmare On Elm Street) is [...]