Army of Darkness 2 Starring Bruce Campbell Marching to the Big Screen?

The last time we saw Bruce Campbell play Ashley James “Ash” Williams on the big screen was in 1992’s Army of Darkness. However, if the recent news is true and not just Campbell and crew having fun with the audience, we may be set to see Campbell play Ash once again. News broke from Wondercon... Continue Reading →

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They’re Not Bad – They Were Just Filmed That Way: The Keep (William Morgan Sheppard, Gabriel Byrne, Scott Glenn, Jurgen Prochnow, Ian McKellen, Michael Mann)

The month of October is upon us, and it’s that time of year where every major magazine and entertainment news show rolls out their own list of the best horror movies (EVER!) that should be on your required viewing list as we run up to Halloween. This series will not be that kind of list.... Continue Reading →

Steve Niles (Creator of 30 Days of Night)’s Home Devastated by Floods – You Can Help

Horror fans, Steve Niles could really use some help right now. As reported by Bleeding Cool and others in the last day, Steve Niles had his Austin, Texas home hit by the flood waters brought on from the storms that tore through that area over the weekend. The good news so far is that all... Continue Reading →

Seen That? Try This: Lake Mungo

It's October, and of course October is that wonderful month where every horror magazine, television special, and website rolls out a list of the greatest horror movies of all time and the movies that should be on everyone's Halloween Horror Must See List. The two major problems with most of those lists are that they... Continue Reading →

Why People with Small Children Won’t Survive the Zombie Apocalypse

I've read enough end-of-the-world books and watched enough end-of-the-world movies and shows to know that people with small children generally do not survive. I blame the children. I've got two tiny ones myself: the Juban Princeling, who is now 5, and the Duke of Juban, who is 19 months. When--not if--the Zombiepocalypse (Zombie Apocalypse) happens,... Continue Reading →

Come One, Come All! It’s the Spooky Movie International Horror Film Festival: A Nerdy Minds Exclusive Interview with the Founder!

Indie horror film fans who live in the Central East Coast region took a hit in 2012 when Horrorfind apparently shut its doors for the foreseeable future. Horrorfind, the annual Gettysburg, Pennsylvania film festival and horror convention, had started carving out a nice reputation for itself as a fun little convention and for running a film festival... Continue Reading →

Interview with Paul Hope, Author of Policing the Paranormal

There are a lot of books out there on the paranormal, and it sometimes seems like there's a new one coming out every day. Because of this, you really need to have something a little different going for you in order to stand out from the crowd. Fortunately for Policing the Paranormal, author Paul Hope... Continue Reading →

A Legendary Godzilla is Coming

See the teaser trailer. An epic rebirth to Toho's iconic Godzilla, this spectacular adventure, from Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures, pits the world's most famous monster against malevolent creatures who, bolstered by humanity's scientific arrogance, threaten our very existence. And, dang, it at least visually looks good from what can be seen in the... Continue Reading →

There Is Adventure (and Horror) in Sound: Atlanta Radio Theatre Company

Hidden away in a tiny little southern hamlet called Atlanta, Georgia is a small group of people tirelessly plugging away at making something old new and enjoyable again. This group, the Atlanta Radio Theatre Company, called ARTC from here on out, specializes in the new old style of radio entertainment, and they like to point... Continue Reading →

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