Saturday, February 19, 2011

Sites of Horror

Welcome Black Glove readers to another Sites of Horror. This month we've got some great horror sites for all horror fans to check out.

First up, to tie-in with our Top 13 List for this month (link here), we found to be an invaluable resource for all things Lycanthropic. Stop by and check out their huge online compilation of film, book, game and other media reviews all devoted to all things werewolf. They even have a chat room and forum for fans who want to talk werewolves and horror in general.

What if a dead man could blog from beyond the grave? What if that dead man were none other than the legendary gimmick scare master himself, William Castle, producer and director of such great horror driv-in classics as "House On Haunted Hill" (1959), "The Tingler" (1959) and "13 Ghosts" (1960)?
Well, if you've ever wanted to speak with the dead, here's your chance. Stop by the mock-blog run by "William Castle" and see what he has to say about such things as iPhones and modern horror.

And did you know that darkly gorgeous Mistress of the Dark, Elvira has a new late night horror movie show? Welcome to Elvira's Movie Macabre, Horrorheads! For horror fans this is a huge deal, because Elvira getting a new show gives us hope that horror may be making a new resurgance. Not only that, Elvira (aka Cassandra Peterson) has always known how to make even the worst horror cheese tasty. And this new collection of mostly public domain badness is no exception. But don't be afraid...she also includes some classic stuff in there as well. Movies like George Romero's 1968 zombie genre classic, "Night of the Living Dead", for instance. So stop by her official Elvira's Movie Macabre and check out the pics and interviews, the videas and music, and most of all, stop by and find the channel and time nearest you to check out this new relaunch for The Mistress of the Dark.

--Nickolas Cook