For over a decade, Arizona's Calabrese has been doing the horror rock/punk thing with wit and wisdom to spare. Carrying on the horror movie meets Elvis tradition of the legendary Misfits, the three Calabrese brothers have released six fun-filled albums concerning zombies, vampires and other dark sub ... More >>
Halloween should be filled with good, albeit strange, music. Horror film soundtracks provide the most suitable gateway to such enjoyment. From grotesque to gorgeous, these represent our ten favorite offerings (in reverse order). Enjoy.
Shouldn't the making of Psycho be more interesting?
Brian Jaynes has made something of a name for himself in the world of low-budget horror films. Over the past three years, the East Texas filmmaker has helmed a string of cult successes, starting with Boggy Creek, about a bloodthirsty Sasquatch. That was followed last year by Humans vs Zombies. Compl ... More >>
Thee Oh Sees will be at 35 Denton after safely making it back to shoreSure, the concept for Bruise Cruise seems like the script for a low-budget horror movie: Put a bunch of rowdy punk bands on a three-day cruise from Miami to the Bahamas, supply with booze, gambling and buffets, and watch so ... More >>
Along with appearing in the upcoming movie Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3D, Trey Songz is coming out with a new album next year tentatively titled Chapter 5. I'm really looking forward to what the Inventor of Sex will invent next. You see kids, Trey is one of my favorite R&B artists this generation bec ... More >>
Didn't make it to the Dallas International Film Festival press pre-party whatchacallit last night, where they made a major announcement in advance of tonight's eight-screen orgy at the Angelika Film Center: Frank Darabont -- who wrote and directed what I'm sure is your favorite movie, The Shawsha ... More >>
See Robert Englund at Fear Fest
Lyles shoots straight for the art
Texas Frightmare Weekend creeps up on us
The Inwood shows a Creature feature
Get your bingo on at the Lakewood
Inwood takes a bite out of horror
Meet Ewan McGregor at the pool
When you don't see a review of the movie The Sentinel in the Dallas Observer next week--or any weekly newspaper, for that matter--it's not because we're ignoring it. It's because we aren't allowed to see it: 20th Century Fox, the studio releasing the Michael Douglas-Kiefer Sutherland-Eva Longoria th ... More >>
We all scream for Texas Frightmare Weekend