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16 November

Order Halftone Horrors: The History of Horror Movie Comic Books!

By Nathan_HorrorHound | 0 Comments | In News

HorrorHound Ltd. has launched the Official Kickstarter Campaign for Halftone Horrors: The History of Horror Movie Comic Books!For Direct Link: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/halftonehorrors/halftonehorrorsNovember 16th, 2020HorrorHound Ltd. is delighted to announce that the Official Kickstarter Campaign has NOW LAUNCHED for Halftone Horrors: The History of Horror Movie Comic Books. This exhaustive tome to the

9 November

Halftone Horrors: The History of Horror Movie Comic Books

By Nathan_HorrorHound | 0 Comments | In News

Notify Me On LaunchPress Release Direct Link: https://press.horrorhound.com/releases/PR_2020.11.09_Halftone_Horrors.pdfNovember 9th, 2020HorrorHound Ltd. is delighted to announce the first in a planned series of collector-based hardbound books ... Halftone Horrors: The History of Horror Movie Comic Books. This exhaustive tome to the history of cinematic adaptations will be HorrorHound Publishing's first fully realized

31 October

Ultimate Classic Halloween Playlist!

By Nathan_HorrorHound | 0 Comments | In News

We thought it would be fun to share a piece of nostalgia for Halloween music lovers. Back in 2017 HorrorHound Magazine featured an extensive article detailing the history of classic Halloween  Rock & Roll! We scoured through over 150 holiday tracks during the creation of this article, and decided to

27 September

October Movie Screening Challenge 2020

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It's time for the SIXTH ANNUAL October Movie Screening Challenge! That's right – this is the sixth year in a row we at HorrorHound have pieced and posted a screening guide for how to plan out your spooky season! The challenge is simple: you to watch one horror film each day

22 September

HorrorHound Hot Sauce!?!

By Nathan_HorrorHound | 0 Comments | In News

That's right! You can now order your own bottle of HorrorHound Hot Sauce! This bundle is available only for a limited time! CLICK HERE!In preparation for this convention season, HorrorHound had commissioned a batch of HorrorHound's Habanero Hot Sauce ... but thanks to the pandemic messing up our plans, we

1 September

The Virtual HorrorHound Weekend

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Over the weekend of September 18th through the 20th, HorrorHound presents an exciting weekend-long streaming "Virtual HorrorHound Weekend" Convention and Film Festival!The Virtual HorrorHound Weekend event is a digital online-exclusive event that will be replacing our annual physical live event, which was scheduled for the same weekend in Indianapolis, Indiana.

27 July

Latest Updates about HorrorHound Magazine!

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Updates about HorrorHound Magazine!We wanted to take a moment to update subscribers and fans of our print publication, HorrorHound Magazine – to answer some of the questions we have been receiving – and give some insight into how the global pandemic has been impacting aspects of the business, production, and

16 July

Update Regarding HorrorHound Weekend

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For more HorrorHound:Please don't forget to also find your way to HorrorHound TV on YouTube where you can find select past event panel room recordings, celebrity interviews, and original HorrorHound content to keep your horror heart satisfied as physical convention opportunities are limited. Be sure to LIVE HorrorHound on facebook.com/HorrorHoundWeekend

28 May

Virtual HorrorHound Film Festival Winners

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Thank you to everyone who logged in to "attend" the first-ever Virtual HorrorHound Film Festival. This five-day event kicked off on May 20th and lasted through May 24th. The festival boasted eleven feature-length films and over four dozen of the best short-format films – paired with special screenings of HorrorHound

16 May

Virtual HorrorHound Film Festival

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We are thrilled to announce the first-ever Virtual HorrorHound Film Festival – taking place over five nights, May 20th-24th! This exciting new venture serves two grand purposes. Firstly, it offers fans of HorrorHound Weekend an opportunity to participate in a public event taking place during the week of what would

16 May

HHW: Cincinnati Moved to 2021

By Nathan_HorrorHound | 0 Comments | In News

In case you missed the announcement on HorrorHound's various social media networks – we have some updates regarding HorrorHound Weekend's Cincinnati event (including some additional materials not covered on our Facebook). While not a surprise – it is still a somber announcement that we has to make. We received confirmation

1 January

20 Favorite Film Festival Features of 2019

By Nathan_HorrorHound | 0 Comments | In News

The year that is 2019 has been a tremendous one for genre cinema – especially on the film festival track. I say genre cinema, because horror is so fluid and can weave its darkness and emotion into almost any narrative, conflict, social issue or situational fear. For those who have

9 December

Daniel Isn't Real Review

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Daniel Isn't Real - ReviewYou can’t go back, only forwards.Daniel is a lot of things. It would be incredibly presumptuous of me to act like I could list everything he symbolizes (at least without writing a novella length review). Immediately, he forms an immaculate portrait of trauma during the formative

9 December

Ghostbusters: Afterlife Trailer Premieres

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Fans of the classic 1984 horror/comedy Ghostbusters rejoice! The trailer for the upcoming SEQUEL is now available for your viewing pleasure.The film stars Paul Rudd, Carrie Coon, Mckenna Grace, and Finn Wolfhard ... the story revolves around the grandkids of Egon Spengler (based on what info is known, and what info

20 November

The 2019 BIFFF Event Review

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A Strange Man in a Film Land: 2019 Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival (BIFFF) – Brussels, Belgium I have covered festivals now for a better part of fiveyears. During that time, I have been across North America heading to citieslike Kansas City, Los Angeles, Austin, Toronto, Knoxville, Boston, New YorkCity,

27 September

October Movie Screening Challenge 2019

By Nathan_HorrorHound | 0 Comments | In News

It's time for the FIFTH ANNUAL October Movie Screening Challenge! That's right – this is the fifth year in a row we at HorrorHound have pieced and posted a screening guide for how to plan out your spooky season! The challenge is simple: you to watch one horror film each

3 September

HHW After-hours and Horrors of Cosplay Event

By Jessica_Hanneman | 0 Comments | In News

HorrorHound Weekend: Indianapolis is almost here, we wanted to take a moment to post a rundown of the exciting events happening on Friday and Saturday nights – which includes an Evening with Henry Rollins, performances by John 5 and the Creatures (with special appearances on stage by Scott Ian and

31 July

HorrorHound Presents: Fact or Fiction Fest

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HorrorHound Weekend is proud to present the first-ever FACT OR FICTION FEST!Fact or Fiction Fest is a special "convention-within-a-convention" event which will be taking place over the weekend of September 6-8th 2019 at the Indiana Convention Center (100 S Capitol Ave, Indianapolis, Indiana 46225). Fact or Fiction Fest will be a

23 July

The Final Trailer for THE BOYS!

By Nathan_HorrorHound | 0 Comments | In News

The Boys, launching July 26 on Amazon Prime Video and in production on season 2, is a fun and irreverent take on what happens when superheroes – who are as popular as celebrities, as influential as politicians and as revered as Gods – abuse their superpowers rather than use them

16 July

The Curse of Lilith Ratchet

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 Events take a turn for the worst after friends Alice (KateLynn Newberry, Dark Iris) and Lauren (Brianna Burke, The Last Summer) find     an antique box containing a shrunken head.  Anxious to find out the history and potential value, the two turn to the local paranormal expert   Hunter Perry (Rob Jaeger) hoping he can