Films That Would Be Better With Zombies: Rocky V (1990)

Welcome to another edition of Films That Would Be Better With Zombies! Last week we turned James Cameron's Titanic into a zombie flick, and this...
Bad Movies

Editorial: Why I Love Awesomely Bad Movies

I was maybe 12 years old the first time I ever saw my first low budget sci-fi movie. I don't remember much about it...

Tom Holland Celebrates His 73rd Birthday!

Every day someone new celebrates a birthday; another year older and hopefully another year wiser. Some birthday's stick out more to us because the...
super bowl

Super Bowl Sunday: The Most Horrifying Day Of My Life

  Sorry, but I have to start this article off with a shameless plug of self-promotion.  I write for a living.  While I freelance on...
Godzilla

60+ Years of Godzilla: The Showa Era

First thing is first, did you know Godzilla is returning today? https://youtu.be/M89VLZgo1Vg After twelve long years, TOHO Studios is finally releasing Godzilla: Resurgence! This will make...
Queen of the Damned

How ‘Queen of the Damned’ is the ‘Saturday Night Fever’ for American Goth Culture

Consider these two films: 1977's Saturday Night Fever and 2002's Queen of the Damned. On the surface they seem like two entirely different films. One...
Halloween: Resurrection

60 Thoughts I had While Watching ‘Halloween: Resurrection’

Welcome to the final installment of our history of 'Halloween' series! In this article, we're covering Halloween: Resurrection, the final film of the original Halloween franchise....
anton yelchin

Anton Yelchin: HorrorGeekLife Pays Tribute

On June 19, 2016, the world lost not only a beautiful person but an amazing actor. Anton Yelchin was only 27 years old when...
George A. Romero

Paying Tribute to the Legendary George A. Romero

George A. Romero was born in the New York City borough of The Bronx on February 4, 1940. After graduating Carnegie Mellon University in 1960, Romero went...
slasher films

Growing up With Slasher Films (Editorial)

My obsession with horror began when I was two or three years old. While kids my age were sipping on Juicy Juice, eating pretzel...
Beethoven v. Cujo

Beethoven v. Cujo: The Crossover the World Deserved

Dear reader, in personal celebration of my 200th written article on HorrorGeekLife, I decided that the only suitable means of reaching this milestone was...
the walking dead carl

‘The Walking Dead’ Ends the First Half of Season 8 With a Devastating Revelation

The following article contains major spoilers about The Walking Dead season 8.  The Walking Dead's eighth season has admittedly been a mixed bag so far....
Chester Bennington

How Chester Bennington Taught me That it’s Okay to be Broken

It's with a heavy heart that we must report the passing of Chester Bennington. The Linkin Park frontman, who dabbled in acting with Saw...
Stranger Things 2

Stranger Things 2: Forget Barb, How About Justice For Yertle?

Cast your minds back to Stranger Things season 1. Can you remember the fuss everyone made when the Grandma blouse wearing, bespectacled Barb went missing,...

Jared Padalecki: A Badass on the Screen, but a Hero in Real Life

I've been wanting to write this article for a while, but it's not always easy to put into words how truly amazing you think...
The Exorcist Fox

An Open Letter to Fox: Renew ‘The Exorcist’!

Dear Fox Television, The American broadcast networks seem to have all but given up on trying to appeal to an intelligent audience. Like herpes, Big...
Mikkelsen

When it Came to Hannibal Lecter, Mads Mikkelsen Stood Alone

With the role of Kaecilius in Marvel’s Doctor Strange and the on precipice of Star Wars’ introduction to Galen Erso, it has already been...
wes craven's new nightmare

Why ‘Wes Craven’s New Nightmare’ is the Best Freddy Film

1994 was arguably the greatest year for cinema in the history of the world. The Shawshank Redemption, Pulp Fiction, The Lion King and Forrest...
halloween

The Ridiculous Details That Halloween Fans are Overlooking

The Halloween franchise is my favorite series of horror films, so believe me when I say that I'm every bit as hyped for the...
national pet day

Celebrating Beast from The Hills Have Eyes (2006) for National Pet Day!

Heroes get remembered, but legends never die. In celebration of National Pet Day, we thought it'd be fitting to discuss perhaps the most legendary...