BLOOD SOAKED PANELS: Harrow County, Vol.1: Countless Haints

Here’s a new addition to Icons of Fright to help entice comic book fans who like to indulge in the panels of horror. Of course there are the classic TALES FROM THE CRYPT and ADVENTURES INTO THE UNKNOWN comics, but there are many stories out there waiting to be discovered. Not everything I’m going to […]

ARBITRARY CINEMA: “I SAW WHAT YOU DID (AND I KNOW WHO YOU ARE!)”

Join me in the confines of my house on the hill, where every week I’ll be sharing with you a seemingly random review of a movie that’s come across my horror-nerd radar in the middle of the night. So come join my on the couch. It may give you some insight into the way our […]

THE EIGHTIES STILL SCREAM III: DON’T PANIC

The second half of the eighties brought about major changes to my young life in that my family and I gathered up all of our humble belongings and moved to the southernmost part of Texas to be closer to my grandparents who had relocated back to Mexico. With the home video revolution in full swing, […]

THE EIGHTIES STILL SCREAM: A VHS Retrospective

PART ONE: ORIGINS Growing up in the eighties, I was one of those hundreds of thousands of fortunate kids who were given the wonderful opportunity to get to witness and be a part of not only the beginning of the Home Video boom, but it’s rise, it’s dominance, it’s influence, and ultimately, it’s legacy. The […]

Crazy Triple Features: Twilight Time’s STRANGE INVADERS, SCREAM AND SCREAM AGAIN & COUNT YORGA, VAMPIRE

This week’s second CRAZY TRIPLE FEATURES article is devoted to the wonderfully limited releases from Twilight Time. Known for putting out very limited amounts of films (mostly 3,000 copies), Twilight Time has been kicking ass for quite some time now, putting out great Bluray releases like Chuck Russell’s remake of THE BLOB, the horror classic […]

FICTIONAL FRIGHTS: Garet Payne’s SIGNATURE OF EVIL

Hello fright fanatics! Now that that 4th of July hangover has faded into a memory and the fireworks are all over and done with, this July 5th FICTIONAL FRIGHTS story comes at you, right from our most recent submission, courtesy of Garet Payne. A story of child actors, fanatic fans and something that may or […]

FICTIONAL FRIGHTS: David Martin’s “Into The Night”

For our second entry into our new FICTIONAL FRIGHTS column, we’re going a completely different direction. While the first story was a rock-n-roll, bloody time, “Into the Night” by David Martin goes a completely different way, injecting readers into another time and world in which there are things that threaten our Medieval characters’ very existence. […]

ICONS OF FRIGHT Announces FICTIONAL FRIGHTS Short Story Series; Open To Writers

Welcome to FICTIONAL FRIGHTS, an on-going series of short stories, provided by not only the Icons of Fright staff, but by industry friends and friends in general. In this fast paced, always on your phone type of life (I’m very guilty of it myself), our attention spans have been replaced with a constant need to […]