Welcome to the Haunted Cinema

Journeying Into Haunted Fun

This Is Your Place for All Things Horror and Thriller

Check out what Ghastly, Grimmly, and I have to say about your favorite horror and thriller films here at The Haunted Cinema. Explore our website to access comprehensive horror movie reviews and exclusive interviews with the industry’s artists and filmmakers.

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Ghastly's Bloody Interviews

Scoring Horror with Composer Jacquie Joy

By Ghastly | January 27, 2022

The Haunted Cinema (THC) – Welcome to The Haunted Cinema. Ghastly and I are thrilled to have such a talented person as yourself join us for a chat. Your music is amazing. Was music always a part of your life? Jacquie Joy (JJ) –Thank you so much for inviting me to chat with you/the Haunted…

Horror Host of Many Talents – Halloween Jack

By Ghastly | January 21, 2022

The Haunted Cinema (THC) – Thanks for stopping by The Haunted Cinema for a chat. Ghastly and I have been dying (well technically Ghastly is already dead, but you get the point) to talk to you. Before we get into your Horror Hosting, it’s kind of a tradition around here to get to know our…

Searching the Stacks at The Haunted Library with Glenn Tolle

By Ghastly | January 11, 2022

The Haunted Cinema (THC) – When I told Ghastly that we were interviewing the Glenn Tolle, Head Librarian at The One Room Haunted Library, he was so excited I couldn’t get any work out of him (although now that I think about it, I rarely get any work out of him). Were books your gateway…

A Man of Many Talents – Nick Zaino; Author, Musician and so much more

By Ghastly | January 5, 2022

The Haunted Cinema (THC) – Ghastly and I are happy to welcome Nick Zaino to The Haunted Cinema. You are as close to a horror renaissance man that we have ever had. You’re an author, musician, podcast host, and contributor to The Boston Globe. The best place to start is probably at the beginning. What…

Grimmly's Reel Reviews

Spookshow Sideshows – Night Tide (1961)

By Karen Kohoutek | December 14, 2021

-Karen Joan Kohoutek I have long been interested in the films of the mid-1950s and 1960s that put horror in the context of wholesome small-town American life. The existence of these horror films reflects a shadow side of the post-war prosperity and simple, apple-pie values so often attributed to this time period in our country’s…

Spookshow Sideshows – She Freak (1967)

By Karen Kohoutek | November 30, 2021

Spookshow Sideshows: She Freak (1967) In the heyday of amusement parks, the phenomenon spread from the coasts and throughout the country. In many landlocked areas, however, the attractions they offered were experienced in an inverted form. Instead of traveling to visit a place of pleasures, the experience could come to you, through the long-standing tradition…

Attack of the Cat People – Making a Classic Horror Film Today

By Grimmly | November 12, 2021

We love classic horror and sci-fi films here at The Haunted Cinema. Monster films from the 1950’s like The Creature from the Black Lagoon, Monster on the Campus, and I was a Teenage Frankenstein are some examples of the movies we enjoy. These films and others like them from the era were mostly, low budget,…

TRAGEDY GIRLS (2017)

By Sarah Stephensen | October 25, 2021

Starring: Brianna Hildebrand & Alexandra Shipp Directed by Tyler Macintyre Screenplay by Chris Lee Hill Tyler Macintyre This film blows me away every time I watch it. The movie is centred around two teenage crime reporters named Sadie (Brianna Hildebrand) and McKayla (Alexandra Shipp).  After capturing the maniac (Lowell Orson Lehmann) who has been slaughtering…

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About The Haunted Cinema

The Haunted Cinema started out as a hobby website to display vintage cinema posters, but has grown into a review and interview hub for enthusiasts of the Horror/Sci-fi movie genres. Our content is in the same vein as old-school horror host greats such as Elvira & The Ghoul.

Meet the Team

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Ghastly

Our Undead, rather, Head Usher. He keeps things running smoothly (mostly) in the cinema and makes sure that our guests are creepy and comfy.

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Grimmly

Part Mad Scientist, part Mad Projectionist. He is responsible for the scares on the screen. He puts the “Haunted” in The Haunted Cinema.

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Nosferella

From dusk till dawn (she’s allergic to sunlight), she handles all of our patron’s snack needs at our candy counter. She’s always looking for someone to stop by for a “bite”.

The Gallery

The Haunted Cinema is more than just movies. We also have a wonderful and spooky collection of posters, sculptures, masks, and more. We are passionate about the genre in all its forms and want to share that love with you. Check back often as there is always something new to see.

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