Today in Horror History

Today in Horror History: November 21


(Updated periodically)

Birthdays:

Harold Ramis (November 21, 1944 – February 24, 2014), who voiced characters in Heavy Metal (1981), and wrote and starred in Ghostbusters (1984) and Ghostbusters II (1989).

Ramis in Ghostbusters

Bill Oberst Jr. (November 21, 1965), who starred in Dismal (2009), The Devil Within (2010), Ripped Memories (2010), Wonderland (2011), A Haunting in Salem (2011), Resolution (2012), Abraham Lincoln vs Zombies (2012), Scary or Die (2012), Children of Sorrow (2012), The Blood Let (2013), Deadly Revisions (2013), Blackout (2013), The Abandoned Project X (2013), Krampus: The Christmas Devil (2013), The Black Water Vampire (2014), Circus of the Dead (2014), Werewolf Rising (2014), Coyote (2014), A Grim Beginning (2014), Gnome Alone (2015), Hunting Grounds (2015), Zombieworld (2015), At Granny’s House (2015), Scream at the Devil (2015), Betrothed (2016), The Dooms Chapel Horror (2016), Ditch Day Massacre (2016), The Chair (2016), Night of the Babysitter (2017), Atelophobia: Chapter 2 (2017), Impuratus (2017), Death House (2017), Ayla (2017), “Age of the Living Dead,” Death Camp (2018), Hell’s Kitty (2018), and Welcome to Hell (2018).

Oberst in Dooms Chapel Horror

Movie releases:

1931: Frankenstein
2003: Gothika
2007: The Mist

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Have a suggestion? Drop it below in the comments! At this time we are only featuring actors, writers, directors, authors, special effects artists, and/or series creators with at least three horror/thriller/generally spooky credits to their name, or at least one major horror accomplishment. Any and all horror/thriller/spooky movies, books, comics, video games, and TV shows are accepted as long as we can verify their release date.

Note: book/movie release dates are chosen based upon their country of origin; video game release dates reflect the first release of the title.

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