New from Headstone City! Step up your #pingame with this awesome Horror pin! $7 each. Each pin is 1.25 in. and has a double post. Great for stocking stuffers or just for fun! Pins will ship early to mid December, just in time for the horrordays. Limited edition, so order one today! They won’t be around forever!
The Hollywood Reporter has shared with us who will be playing the evil role of Negan on The Walking Dead–Jeffrey Dean Morgan (Watchmen).
Lesley Goldberg of THR says:
Morgan first will join the series as a guest-star before being promoted to series regular for season seven. Morgan was one of multiple actors who had buzz as being in the running at some point for the role, though no others received offers.
We are excited to see what Morgan does with the role!
he Sam Raimi-directed pilot managed to satisfy the hardcore audience with blood spurting from decapitated limbs, an eye-gouging battle with a demonic doll, and an iconic slow-motion reunion between Campbell and his chainsaw. It also did a good job of catering to the audience who are new to the world of the Evil Dead. Although the show treats Bruce Campbell as its idiot God, it introduced a new supporting cast, including Ash’s wide-eyed colleague from the hardware store who treats him as The Chosen One and, though only glimpsed for two tantalizing minutes in the first episode, Lucy Lawless who will become Campbell’s reluctant partner in demon-bludgeoning over subsequent episodes.
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In an A.V. Club article, Noel Murray discusses a new trend in horror in the 2010s: terror that won’t quit. He says:
With It Follows and The Babadook, there’s never much of a sigh-of-relief moment. In the former, a group of young folks who’ve been infected by the film’s “sexually transmitted invisible serial killer” disease trap their nemesis and make it bleed, but never actually see it die. In the latter, the top-hatted shadow-beast who haunts a widowed mother and her hyperactive son tacitly agrees not to be so annoying, but it doesn’t go away. And in both, the usual rhythm of slow-build, intensification, release is ditched in favor of persistent unease, punctuated regularly by shattering terror.
Read more here!
Greetings Fright Fans!
To celebrate the re-launch of Headstone City, we have new designs to offer! We’re going to kick off Halloween Week with a taste of what we’ve been working on during the hiatus.
Don’t worry, kiddies! We have new designs for children’s shirts too. Let everyone know you have the coolest kid on the block in one of our new designs:
New designs are in the works, as well as other ghoulish goodies. Keep checking back to see what we’ve come up with!
We recently redesigned headstonecity.com so head on over and check it out!
In addition to this, we’ve added new t-shirt designs and have a lot more fun things planned for the future. So join our mailing list, follow us on facebook, twitter and instagram and celebrate all things horror!
This October cannot come soon enough! John Carpenter’s 1978 masterpiece, “Halloween” is coming back to the big screen! Michael Myers will return for one night only on October 25th.
Screening prior to the film is a special documentary, “You Can’t Kill The Boogeyman: 35 Years of Halloween”.
The list of theaters the flick will be showing at is now up at HalloweenScreenvision.
Those of you who enjoy your horror in ultra high definition, you now have a few things to look forward to this year.
Jaws will be released on Aug. 14.
Re-Animator will be released on Sept. 4.
Halloween III: Season of the Witch will be released on Sept. 18.
Last but not least, Criterion will be releasing
Rosemary’s Baby on Oct. 30th.
Just in time for Halloween!