Nothing against “Monster Mash,” but Chicago has spawned lots of scary songs that sound good all year—these 13 tracks cover house, psych rock, techno, boogie, hip-hop, extreme metal, pop punk, and more.
According to a proof by a Reader writer, Friday the 13th arrives more often than you’d think.
The Annoyance’s savagely funny 30-year-old slasher spoof is a triumph of a certain schlocky stagecraft.
Three Thornton Wilder one-acts and Annoyance’s long-running slasher parody are among this week’s best bets.
Skip the popcorn movies in favor of a season full of dynamic screenings.
This week we’re shown remnants from the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre house.
Forty Years: A weekly series in which we take a look at a specific year in Chicago history via the pages of the Reader.