Devan attended the 25th anniversary screening of the horror classic. Then he got to hang out at Clive Barker's house because he's better than us.
Devan talks to the horror photographer about life, death, family, film, death, and Cthulu.
It's the most wonderful time of the year and to celebrate, let's look back on the two men who defined movie horror for generations.
Devan spills the details about his new horror anthology, At Hell's Gates, and how the book will help the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund.
"Robert Kirkman can have love triangles, sex scenes, etc, and he's still considered a gritty horror writer. If a woman includes those story aspects, she's writing a Harlequin novel with zombies."
With the passing of a legend, Devan talks about the women who once ruled Horror.
Serial killers, found footage, supernatural threats are all well and good, but it's long past due to revive the genre that gave us Jason, Freddy and Michael Myers.
Devan talks to the author Ex-Heroes about a lot of things, but Nathan Fillion is mentioned. Everyone Squeee.
A deeper look into the misunderstood urban legend.
Devan talks with the best-selling author about horror, comics and switching deftly between genres.
The Ammons family of Gary, Indiana, had a few weeks in hell. Did the devil really make them do it?
Horror author Craig DiLouie opens up about his influences and some of his favorite zombie movies.
The home to the Texas Chainsaw Massacre also holds an annual Frightmare each May. We get a look inside the macabre event, complete with lots of pictures.
Why are zombies so popular all of a sudden? It's a question I've been asked a lot in interviews but that rarely seems to get the full attention it deserves.
Making introductions to The Escapist's newest columnist; horror writer and aficionado of the macabre, Devan Sagliani.