Orlando Arocena Gets Spooky With A Spectacular Tribute To The Horror Classic: “The Omen”

In 1976, legendary director Richard Donner gave us a supernatural thriller that would prove to stand the test of time, “The Omen.”  Staring Gregory Peck and Lee Remick with Harvey Spencer Stephens playing Damien, the film is the first in the Omen series.  As if Satanist and the Antichrist weren’t enough to scare the crap…

The Poster Posse Offers Tribute To NBC’s Ominous & Macabre Series “Hannibal”

Fans of NBC’s morbidly dark series, “Hannibal” were devastated when the studio announced that they were cancelling the show.  Following that announcement the studio THEN announced that the show would continue but it was losing it’s coveted Thursday night slot and being moved to a much less desirable spot on the Saturday evening schedule.  Well…

Doaly Gives Fans A Grisley Reimagination Of Alan Moore’s “From Hell” For SciFiNow

We continue our monthly collaboration with SciFiNow’s Book Club with a reimagined cover for Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell’s “From Hell.”  Featured in this month’s issue (Available HERE), featured artist, Doaly, gives us a grim look at the storyline with a fantastic new image.

From Hell, Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell’s epic revision of the Jack the Ripper murders, posits Sir William…

Under The Floorboards & U.K. Artist Chris Skinner Announce A Fantastic Print For A Sci-Fi Classic: “Quartermass & The Pit”

The British Sci-Fi classic, “Quartermass & The Pitt” has everything you could want from a late 60’s science fiction, horror film.  Mystery, intrigue, an alien invasion, an ignorant military presence and of course, mediocre special effects.  All of this came together perfectly back in 1967 when the film was released.  In collaboration with Studio Canal, Under…

Andrew Swainson Turns In A Chilling Print For Cult Cinema’s Screening Of John Carpenter’s “The Thing”

“I don’t know. Thousands of years ago it crashes, and this thing… gets thrown out, or crawls out, and it ends up freezing in the ice.” – MacReady
Each month, folks gather to take in the best of cult and genre films.  Throw in some food, drinks, a quiz and art prints at Hull’s Fruitspace Cinema and you have…