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Vans Launches New Collection of Horror Film-Inspired Shoes

Vans shoes have announced their latest collaboration in designing unique and eye catching footwear. Just in time for Halloween, the Vans x Horror collection will take inspiration from some of the most well known horror films of all time, and promises to create a stylish and iconic collection of footwear. The announcement was made over […]

Get A Pair Of The New Nightmare Nikes

The shoe game has been on fleek lately, especially with Nike. When the company isn’t being ripped apart by Fox News for just about everything they do, Nike actually comes out with some pretty badass sneakers. You might even remember the Back To The Future shoes from a while back that were going for insane […]

Nightmare on Elm Street in Theaters Feb 12th

By B.A. Walsh In a special one-day event in honor of the 35th Anniversary of A Nightmare on Elm Street, Regal Cinemas will have a 7 p.m. showing of the movie on Tuesday February 12th. As a bonus, Regal Crown Club members can get tickets for $5, a $5 small popcorn&drink combo, as well as […]

Retro Game Review: A Nightmare on Elm Street for the NES

This is a Nerd Voices contributing pieces from Nerdbot reader Chris Macauley. You can see more of his writing on his personal blog, Talking Comics. I’m going to admit this straight away, I’m not the biggest fan of slasher films.  The plots depend on stupid protagonists who are there as fodder to get sliced up. […]

Robert Englund Teases That He Might Have ‘One More Freddy Movie” In Him

Ahead of this Wednesday’s Halloween episode of “The Goldbergs,” wherein Robert Englund stars as Freddy Krueger, Englund appeared on Access Live this afternoon, and he was naturally asked if he’d ever be up for playing Freddy one more time in another Nightmare on Elm Street film. Englund has been asked this same question multiple times over the years, but […]

Horror Movies and the (Dreaded) Religion Bomb™

There are horror films of all flavors, likely one for every kind of weirdo out there. From films set in reality where the murder is a human/someone you know (Last House on the Left, Scream) to the fantastical and silly where killer dolls come to life with a magic spell or during an electric storm […]