Queen Mary Dark Harbor 2018: Refining The Approach

  The word I associate with this year’s Queen Mary Dark Harbor (running now through November 2) is: Sophistication. The […] Read more

Macabre Mambo Mayhem: Belated Bouquets for Barmy Brilliance

It takes a lot to get your Creepy Theater editor to write a Variety-style header for a review, but Macabre […] Read more

“Lovecraft’s CTHULHU” Is A Lovingly Crafted Adaptation of “The Call of Cthulhu”

“Lovecraft’s CTHULHU” (playing Fridays and Sundays through March 18 at Zombie Joe’s Underground Theatre Group) is a lean, clean, highly […] Read more

A Complex Tale of Insanity and Death: Kill Me, Now At The Lex

Visceral Company is kind of a broken record (if anyone still gets that technological reference)—one great show after another, each […] Read more

Delusion: The Blood Rite—the Horror Play That Stars… You!

When you go to the theater, there’s a certain distance and ritual to it all. You are the audience, after […] Read more

I Saw What You Did Last Friday At Shriekfest, or I Watch Horror Movies Where Nobody Knows My Name

A review of “The Feed” at the 2011 Shriekfest Horror Film Festival. Halloween season 2011 has started out very strangely […] Read more

"Re-Animator: The Musical" A Gore-Spurting Good Time

Now playing in a limited engagement at the Steve Allen Theatre in Hollywood. Read more

Nothing Is Very Bad: Get Ready for "Spider Baby" Live On Stage

Called “the maddest story ever told,” the freakish and black-humored 1968 film SPIDER BABY is a cult classic that launched […] Read more

Shriekfest 2010 Provokes Thoughts and Shock

(Full disclosure: This correspondent didn’t get to Shriekfest 2010, held at Raleigh Studios in Hollywood, until the closing evening — […] Read more

CreepyLA video: Hitchcock and screams unveiled at Madame Tussauds Hollywood event

Earlier this month Tippi Hedren helped unveil the waxwork of Alfred Hitchcock which will feature prominently inside the new Madame […] Read more