Jupiter Media is Here!

What started with HorrorHaven.com and The Fright Channel has evolved into Jupiter Media! Don’t worry, fans of both will find a lot of the original content from Horror Haven, as well as the eventual coming of the new Fright Channel!

We are starting with our network of Haven Podcasts including: Then Is Now, The East Meets the West, and Cinema Enigmatico.  We will also be continuing our blogs: Then Is Now and fan favorite Ed Davis’ Monsters & Memories!!  We’ll also be bringing back news and reviews and all the fun stuff that fans of Horror Haven came to love!

There’s also the Facebook Pages: Insomniac Drive-In and Retro-TV Guide Ads! And don’t forget our classic features: The History of Boston Horror TV and the History of Creature Double Feature! But wait, there’s more! We’ll be posting the original Then Is Now TV show as well as Fright Channel video clips and more!

So stay tuned as Jupiter Media brings you fun, information, and entertainment!!

Most Recent Blogs and Posts

On this episode I’m joined once again by George and Gene to discuss their awesome Drive-In Super Monster Rama event
On this episode, Chris and Re-Gor talk to director Travis Greene and writer Jonathan Buchanan about their new horror film,
We’re back for more! On episode 21 of The East Meets the West, we’ve got an awesome couple of films
1970 was a good year for horror and in particular, giallo fans as horror maestro Dario Argento directed his first
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On this episode of The Cult Movie Lounge, Re-Gor and Robert Monell delve into the cannibal films of Jess Franco.
We are finally releasing some of our shows previously only available on Patreon. In this first Filmmakers Special, we talk
The Films of John Saxon #2 - The Glove
After a strong start with “Evil Eye,” I randomly selected today’s film because, well, John Saxon. The grindhouse movie in
The Films of John Saxon #1 - The Evil Eye
As I delve into the films of legendary actor John Saxon, the first movie I’m going to discuss was made
Below are more newspaper movie ads for "The Dunwich Horror" from 1970: