The third entry to the Halloween franchise failed to grasp what made the original so successful: not Michael Myers, but the audience's investment in the lives of the babysitters.
Everything you need to carve your pumpkins this year.
A picture might be worth a thousand words, but the right sound in the right moment can be worth a million nightmares.
His portraits of classic characters forever changed the field of horror illustration, blurring the lines between fine art & kitsch.
Horror has a deep history of considered design stretching back to the original posters for the first horror films in the 1920s.