Nearly Every Horror Movie You Love Is Actually About World War I

In his new book, 'Wasteland: The Great War and the Origins of Modern Horror,' historian W. Scott Poole argues the Great War gave filmmakers the visual language that make up scary movies.


'The Sun' Has Really Outdone Itself with That Frankenstein Article

Bloody snowflakes, understanding the central themes of a book.


Actress: "My Saving Grace is I Always Try to Put Beauty in My Music"

On his new album 'AZD,' the British producer responds to rumors of his retirement with a complete overhaul of the way he makes music.


Louisville Is College Football's No-Longer-Secret National Title Hopeful

A team that was lurking under the radar before the season has now been found out. Can Louisville now take the next step and become national title contenders?


Metallica's Kirk Hammett Has Way Too Many Skeletons in His Closet

We spoke with the legendary metal guitarist about his lifelong obsession of collecting horror memorabilia, from vintage toys to old school movie posters.


'Bride of Frankenstein' Is Still Sexy and Scary

Funny and genuinely terrifying, the 'Frankenstein' sequel remains one of horror’s unlikely masterpieces.


Our Top 11 Comics of 2014

Featuring Jonny Negron, Jesse Moynihan, Gilbert Hernandez, Dick Briefer, and more.


Komplaint Dept. - Manson vs. Mormon, and the Brides of Frankenstein

What's the connection between the Mormon Church's founder, Joseph Smith, and the geriatric but still notorious and imprisoned Charles Manson? There are lots of them.


If You Haven't Read 'Frankenstein,' Just Watch 'Frankenhooker'

Prior to teaching Frankenstein, my knowledge of the plot was cobbled together from loosely interpreting Tim Burton films, the moment from the 1931 film adaptation when Dr. Frankenstein screams, “It’s alive! It’s alive!,” and a 1998 Twix...