Bloody Disgusting News

How ‘Scream’ Boldly Gives a Middle Finger to Toxic Fandom [Spoilers]

I walked out of Scream with a smile on my face. And no, it’s not because I get my jollies from watching teenagers and otherwise competent adults get sliced and diced by a maniac in a mask. Scream successfully reinvents the franchise and is the most audacious entry in the series to date. Rather than just critique the genre and the world in which we inhabit as per usual, Scream aims squarely at toxic fandom, franchises, itself, and our overall obsession with nostalgia.

Other stories:

‘Scream 6’ – Paramount and Spyglass Officially Order Up Another ‘Scream’ Movie!

‘Goosebumps’ Live Action TV Series Reboot Coming to Disney Plus!

[Preview] ‘Ghostwire: Tokyo’: Tango Gameworks’ Latest is Building on ‘The Evil Within 2’ in Supernatural Style

Mystery Hour #1

Vampirella #1

Vampirella is a fictional vampire superheroine created by Forrest J Ackerman and comicbook artist Trina Robbins in Warren Publishing's black-and-white horror comics magazine Vampirella #1 (Sept. 1969), a sister publication of Creepy and Eerie.

Watch The Most Terrifying Short Horror Films Online Right Now

Don't watch these short horror films alone.

From Fantastic Fest to Fantasia International Film Festival, horror shorts can have a good life on the festival circuit. But it's in the afterlife—going viral online—where horror filmmakers really get their due. Below, we've compiled a dozen of the scariest short horror films we could find streaming.

The 10 Best Stephen King Books

In our recent interview with Stephen King, we asked the author to name the best book he ever wrote. Without a moment's hesitation he went with Lisey's Story, a 2006 novel about a woman coping with the death of her husband, who happened to be a best-selling author. We figured many of his fans would have a different choice, so we opened it up for a vote. Here are the results, but note that the vast number of Dark Tower books made it hard for any one of them to make a great showing on the list. 

The Man Who Wrote Frankenstein

The Man Who Wrote Frankenstein is a 2007 book written and published by John Lauritsen, which defends the unorthodox hypothesis that the poet Percy Bysshe Shelley, not his wife Mary Shelley, is the real author of Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus (1818). The book also argues that the novel "has consistently been underrated and misinterpreted", and that its dominant theme is "male love."

The Complete History of Horror Movies

The Complete History of Horror Movies – 1981-02 Part 1 of 4 – My Bloody Valentine

A decades-old folk tale surrounding a deranged murderer killing those who celebrate Valentine's Day turns out to be true to legend when a group defies the killer's order and people start turning up dead.

The Complete History of Horror Movies – 1981-02 Part 2 of 4 – Roadgames

A laid-back American truck driver in south Australia starts to suspect a man driving a green van of killing young women along his route, and proceeds to play a cat-and-mouse game in order to catch him red-handed.

The Complete History of Horror Movies – 1981-02 Part 3 of 4 – Eyes of a Stranger

A reporter suspects a creepy neighbor, who lives in the high-rise building across from hers, is a serial killer terrorizing the Miami area. 

The Complete History of Horror Movies – 1981-02 Part 4 of 4,1981-02-28&genres=horror

Mystery Hour #2

Interview with Kenneth Wells, author of The Horrors of Kristy Pearson's Childhood

My name is Kenneth Wells. I am the author of short stories serial titled The Horrors of Kristy Pearson's Childhood. I have several novels in the works which will be released over the next several years.

I draw my inspiration from such authors as Stephen King, H.P. Lovecraft, Clive Cussler, Dostoyevsky, and Philip K. Dick.

If you enjoy suspense-filled thrillers or creepy stories, check out the free copies of my eBooks available on the downloads page.

Interview with Johnny Hopeless of Jason and the Kruegers

Horror punk thrash metal. Your friend's band sucks!





Let’s Watch

Let’s Watch – Invasion of the Bee Girls (1973)

A powerful cosmic force is turning Earth women into queen bees who kill men by wearing them out sexually.


Take a break from all the blood and guts in the real world and join me for all the blood and guts in the world of horror fiction every Saturday at 6pm ET for a 6 hour horror podcast only on Odysee.


This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Social Media Links

Odysee -

Bitchute -

Minds -

Gab - 

Become an Executive Producer for $50 per month

Become a Producer for $20 per month

Become a Co-Producer for $10 per month

Become an Associate Producer for $5 per month


Executive Producer -

Producer -

Co-Producer -

Associate Producer -



Postal Address

Gary Johnston

321 Colborne St., #1

Brantford, ON

N3S 3N1

I do NOT use these: Alphabet (Google) including YouTube | Amazon | Apple | Meta (Facebook) | Microsoft | Netflix | Twitter



Comments powered by CComment