Enjoy the terrors of these classic old-time radio horror productions. These are some of the tales that people used to spend their evenings listening to back in the 1930s and 40s. What a treat for a stormy night! You’ll stay up very late listening to these frightening dramas.
We’ve got stories from ‘Frankenstein’ to Edgar Allen Poe’s ‘The Pit and the Pendulum’ to Orson Welles’ original ‘War of the Worlds’ broadcast.
These incredible stories feature the voices of Boris Karloff, Peter Lorre, Agnes Moorehead, Basil Rathbone, Barbara Stanwyck, Ray Milland, Vincent Price, and Orson Welles.
Josh and Jeremiah Daws directed this short horror film almost entirely during a trip to Disneyland. That's a form of guerrilla filmmaking I can appreciate because it actually uses all that time wasted in lines for a good purpose. So, three friends go to the Haunted Mansion and vanish. Someone then finds their video camera.
Tomb of the Mummy is a terrifying, brain-twisting, head-bashing, nightmare of a horrific puzzle. It will make you insane and angry because you’ll think there’s no way to figure it out. You will be wrong. Keep trying.
Bloody Cuts of the UK produced this stylish and rhyming Gothic horror nightmare that will teach kids the terrible lesson of not sucking your thumb! It’s a true creep-out to begin our October month of ghoulish distress.
Here’s a short film from Beijing, China directed by Joewi Verhoeven. It’s an odd and discomforting tale about a solitary writer whose fictional world is intruding upon the real world. The film is a quiet and focused examination of a writer’s creative doubts and fears. I particularly like the bit where a Chinese policeman who is a friend of the writer comes over and can’t seem to see the dead body that is perhaps a result of the unrestricted imagination of the writer. The film also has a lovely soft celluloid look even though it was shot entirely on a Canon DSLR. Also, pay attention to the beautiful and eerie background audio.