Tuesday Apr 15
Through a Glass Darkly: 5 Horror Films and TV Episodes about Mirrors
THE painter Pablo Picasso once asked who can see the human face correctly: the photographer, the mirror, or the painter.
Svengoolie introduces us to the 'Son of Frankenstein' on April 12th
This week Svengoolie brings us another story about the Frankenstein family with the 1939 Universal Pictures film "Son of Frankenstein."
There are many strange facts to be found when you're scavenging through the dark history of Black Sabbath, the universally acknowledged uberlords of British heavy metal.
BWW Interviews: Washington County Playhouse's Arsenic and Old...
In the Washington County Playhouse production of Arsenic and Old Lace , the elderly Brewster sisters appear to be your typical sweet old ladies, whose hobbies include knitting, church social visits and.... murdering their dinner guests.
The Zombie Film: From White Zombie to World War Z
With THE ZOMBIE FILM , film historians Alain Silver and James Ursini have compiled an irresistible companion to their book-length study of THE VAMPIRE FILM , updated in 2011.
A life of its own: Robert Horton explores lasting influence of Frankenstein
The Herald's film critic, Robert Horton, grew up in Seattle watching "Nightmare Theater," which aired late Friday nights during the 1960s and '70s on KIRO-TV.
'Frankenstein 1930' starts in Haverhill tonight
Haverhill Centre Stage Company's latest offering, 'Frankenstein 1930', will begin performances at the town arts centre tonight .
10 tracks to mark
Lovers of tall tales will enter a magical world of fairytales and monsters today as they mark World Storytelling Day.