The wacky horror anthology Tales from the Crypt premiered on HBO on June 10, 1989 and entertained...Read More
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[Witchy Kitchen] Three Courses of Witchy Dishes Inspired by THE WITCH, BLACK SUNDAY, and PRACTICAL MAGIC
Put on your aprons and fire up your cauldrons, because this month’s edition of Witchy Kitchen is...Read More
The Curse of La Llorona, from New Line Cinema and director Michael Chaves, came screeching into...Read More
What’s your damage? Heathers, the 1989 black comedy written by Daniel Waters and directed by...Read More
2017’s Happy Death Day was a darkly comedic and inventive slasher, with sorority girl Tree...Read More
[Witchy Kitchen] Celebrate Edgar Allan Poe’s Birthday with a New England Clam Chowder adapted from Vincent Price
Edgar Allan Poe, an author synonymous with American gothic horror writing, and Vincent Price, an...Read More
It’s the Christmas season, and our days are merry and bright…but our nights are cold and dark, and...Read More
[Witchy Kitchen] SUSPIRIA-inspired Snow White Roasted Vegetables and Sausage with Red Wine Reduction
In the same way folklore transforms over time, 2018’s Suspiria is a thorough retelling of the...Read More
‘Tis the season! We’ve decked the halls with cobwebs and pumpkins, and are so ready for the...Read More
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