All posts in the 'Lists' category


Top 10: Horror Film Bloodbaths

A great horror film doesn’t have to have flowing blood and the splatter of guts, but it certainly helps. The twisted minds of screenwriters and directors have brought some memorable moments of bloodshed to the screen for our retinal pleasures. Sometimes, they carnage is spread over the entire film, and sometimes, in one glorious fountain […]

The Best Horror Movies of 2011 [The Top 10 Released and Top 5 Unreleased]

2011 was a really shitty year for horror. There’s no reason to dance around it; it just sucked. Sure, some good movies managed to find release, but not nearly enough. You know it’s been a bad 12 months of genre when it’s a struggle to assemble a Top 10 filled with films that leave any […]

The Best Movie Stalkers: A List Inspired by THE RESIDENT

This list of the best movie stalkers around was originally supposed to be written for Cinematical two weeks ago when Hammer Films’ THE RESIDENT hit DVD and Blu-ray.  In the time between committing to the idea and the deadline, I actually quit Cinematical.  I haven’t stopped thinking about Jeffrey Dean Morgan watching Hillary Swank take […]

The Best Horror Movies of 2010 [The Top 10 Released and Top 10 Unreleased]

The hardest part of making a Best-of-the-Year list is establishing the parameter of the year, so I’m just going to make this simple and do two horror lists.  The first is exclusively films that had either a theatrical, DVD or VOD release  in the US of A.  The second will simply be the unreleased films […]

The Best Films of 2010 [My Awards Nominees and Top 10 List]

You wouldn’t be able to tell it just looking at how often HND is updated these days, but I swear I do still love horror movies.  The reason the site is so infrequently updated is simple, really:  No one pays me to do it.  I started this site over four years ago as a hobby.  It […]

Things I Learned from MALIBU SHARK ATTACK.

Goblin Sharks are: Prehistoric, Once thought to be extinct, Unseen for millions of years, “probably blind”, but have “electrosensory organs”, Not bothered by nail guns or rotary saws, Goblin Sharks can: Eat anyone just by swimming towards them, no need to actually bite, Phase shift themselves through wood floors when convenient, Swim faster than a […]

July 2009 Horror DVD and Blu-ray Guide.

March 2009 Horror DVD and Blu-ray list.

March 3rd Dimension Extreme have been on a streak of good-to-great titles for the past year, culminating in the hit that is EDEN LAKE (review). I don’t know much about DEAD IN 3 DAYS, but I’m willing to give Dimension’s acquistions department an edge once again. Hopefully their streak stays intact. Oddly enough, DEAD IN […]

HND votes for the Cyber Horror Awards.

As mentioned once before, B-Sol of the The Vault of Horror is orchestrating the first ever “Cyber Horror Awards”.  I went over his selected list of nominees earlier and now I’m posting my actual ballot.  On the day it’s due, mind you.  I think the official CHA nominees lacked in a few categories, so some […]

2008 Cyber Horror Awards Nominees

Brian at the Vault of Horror is at it again, turning the focal gaze of the ‘Cyber Horror Elite’ upon the horror films of 2008 with the first annual Cyber Horror Awards (CHAs).  The Vault has surmised a ballot that the LOTTD (to which I belong) and others will vote upon in the coming weeks, […]

Horror 2008, a Retrospective: Part 5, News & Events

Not necessairly the most important headlines of 2008 (yes, the writer’s strike ended), rather the, “Oh, I remember that” variety.  Note there is no chronological order to the listing of these events, the majority of which are derived from the creation/cessation of various production houses with the potential to shape the horror flow for the […]

Horror 2008, a Retrospective: Part 4, October to December

Not much to say other than enjoy Part Four of Horror’s Not Dead’s 2008 Retrospective.  Wasn’t a bad year, but now that all the major titles are in it, it wasn’t, as I like to say, good sex. Part 1: January to March. Part 2: April to June. Part 3: July to September. Part 4: […]

Horror 2008, a Retrospective: Part 3, July to September

July to September, always anemic pre-Halloween hump for horror to get over.  Two thousand and eight twas no different. Part 1: January to March. Part 2: April to June. Part 3: July to September. Part 4: October to December. Part 5: Events. Part 6: Awards. (coming)

Horror 2008, a Retrospective: Part 2, April to June

Not much to say other than enjoy Part Two of Horror’s Not Dead’s 2008 Retrospective, Festivus celebrating extravaganza. Oh, and Happy Kwanzaa. Part 1: January to March. Part 2: April to June. Part 3: July to September. Part 4: October to December. Part 5: Events. Part 6: Awards. (coming)

Horror 2008, a Retrospective: Part 1, January to March

Part 1: January to March. Part 2: April to June. Part 3: July to September. Part 4: October to December. Part 5: Events. Part 6: Awards. (coming) This was fun.  I set off to do a roundup of 2008’s horror output, good and bad, and ended up with a rather nice guide, a work in […]

Et tu, ‘Cyber-Horror Elite’?

You’ll recall that Brian at The Vault of Horror polled the LOTTD to aggregate a democratic Top 50 Horror Films of all time list.  While I wasn’t in harmony with the general consensus and placement (4 of my 10 made the cut), by no account was a single undeserving film in the top 10.  A […]

The Vault of Horror Tabulates the ’50 Best Horror Films of All Time’.

B-Sol, he of the great Vault of Horror and fellow member of the LOTTD was recently (and rightfully) offended by HMVs survey of the top 50 Horror Films of all time.  Aghast at the poor elections, The Vault opened its doors to 32 of the more vocal horror bloggers on the web (myself humbly included) […]


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