What did you do in Louisville this weekend? Read this article for a review of Fright Night!
A tortured school girl may give the school and her mother more than they thought possible in "Carrie, the Musical," which Wayward Actors Theatre Company will present starting tonight.
"Monsters Wanted" - a documentary about the creation of a haunted / Halloween amusement park - premieres Friday at the Fright Night Film Festival at the Galt House.
Louisville's horror and sci-fi convention, "Fright Night" brings out a couple performance based athletes as well as many other notables.
Local author L Andrew Cooper is holding a contest on his Facebook page. Winner to be announced Sunday at Nashville's Full Moon Horror Festival
What would you do with mind control powers? Answer to be eligible to win!
See a midnight screening of one of the greatest films by one of the greatest living horror directors.
Halloween comes early as Wild and Woolly Video open their film series with one of the first (and greatest) horror movies ever made.
Pictures of zombie make-up done by myself and Genna Yussman, and digital artwork made from those zombies!
Zombie Fest brings hordes of entertainment to fans of the undead this Friday at Headliners music hall.
Louisville's only macabre art gallery, Izzy's Little Creepers boasts 29 artists and celebrated it's one-year anninversary during Mellwood Art Center's F.A.T. Trolley Hop.
Kentucky's own Horror and Urban Fantasy author Stephen Zimmer is coming to Louisville's 4th Street Live for a book signing this Saturday. Get free t-shirts and great advice on publishing in the modern market.