Welcome to The Horror Channel
Our mission is to introduce all ages to classic and contemporary literature and film in the “horror” genre. Thereafter we endeavor to engage both the creators and audiences of the horror, suspense, thriller, and fright genres in a community that values literature and film, but which is respectful of the varying audiences of this broad genre.
Share Your Work and Join the Family
The Horror Channel is your home. So make yourself comfortable, hang a few photos. write on the walls and pop in a good movie. Share your work with us, we will share it with the world.
Founder? I hardly know her.
Nicholas Psaltos the man behind the Horror Channel charge for over a decade will be sharing his views on the Horror industry at the next Chiller Con. Nick is an avid fan of the genre who knows that a little fright is good to ingest every night.
The Horror Channel is the world’s premiere brand and ultimate smartphone, tablet and traditional broadband destination for independent horror entertainment, news and information. We are committed to delivering content of the highest quality from the horror, thriller and suspense genres.
The Fright Channel is for tweens and early teens. A bone chilling selection of some of the genre’s best films guaranteed to fright. We will explore the genre’s rich history and provide viewers a family friendly assortment of films, television specials and original content.
The Spooky Channel is for Kids! The channel designed to give you goosebumps and prepare you for whatever is under the bed and behind the closet door. Grab your friends and head on over for a spooky fun time.
Our Advisory Board
Victor is an information network strategist and engineer. He has been working hard to make sure that Horror Channel brings you great video content. He’s kind of like Super Mario in that he makes sure the digital plumbing behind the site does its job.
Thomas F. Monteleone
Thomas F. Monteleone has published more than 100 short stories, 4 collections, 7 anthologies and 27 novels including the bestseller, New York Times Notable Book of the Year, The Blood of the Lamb. He is a 4-time winner of the Bram Stoker Award for Novel, Collection, Anthology, and Non-Fiction. He’s also written scripts for stage, screen and TV. Somehow, he found time to write the bestselling The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Writing a Novel (now in a 2nd edition) and routinely draws SRO at conventions. With his wife, Elizabeth, and daughter, Olivia, he lives in Maryland. Despite being dragged kicking and screaming into his sixties and losing most of his hair, he still thinks he is dashingly handsome—humor him.
Founder and Chief Horror Officer.
THC has been Nick’s passion since 2001.
Nick also loves history, writing and baseball.
But above of all he loves his son, Henry
One day Joe paraphrased Fight Club on Facebook and within 2 hours the NYPD sent a SWAT Team to his apartment. He spent a year in court trying to prove he wasn’t a terrorist. A disabled veteran of the U.S. Army, discharged honorably, at the time, he was going to school, for free, compliments of the U.S. government.
Jack Taylor is fond of fondu. Did we mention he is a talented art director and horror savant?
Dennis is the IT man. He is it when it comes to web magic on the THC team.
Dave Dreher is the Horror Fan. He brings years of passion and expertise to the THC family.
Christina is our go-to horror historian. With her hands in every casket and crypt she digs up some great stories.
Chris loves creating things. From havoc to film to websites -it’s in his dna. Follow Chris on twitter @Valentino328
Mark is a visual effects and web maven with a passion for scary fun.