Mia Wasikowska ain’t no pushover.
The creatures in this film look like they’ve come from a low-rent video game.
From Nicolas Cage fighting with a chainsaw to Tilda Swinton choreographing dancing witches – here are the best horror films released in Australia this year.
Two awesome classics will return to the big screen: Don’t Look Now and The Man Who Fell to Earth.
It’s not every week you see the words “Nazi zombie movie” combined with “critically acclaimed.”
A dazzling thriller that says important things about the current world live in.
On its 30th birthday, John Carpenter’s cult classic They Live is more relevant and compelling than ever
It’s time to revisit John Carpenter’s prophecy of a world clogged by signals and stimulus.
Plenty of blood-soaked, broken-limbed moments, impactful scares and gross-outs.
How the internet reacted to news that a new Child’s Play and Toy Story movie will open on the same day
A match made in heaven. No, wait, hell.
Their brief is to “open the city’s film lovers’ eyes to new boundary-pushing genre film”
If you think you’ve seen every kind of zombie movie there is to see, think again.
This remake of the 1977 cult classic is sort of beautiful and sort of horrific.
The new Suspiria is less a remake of the original than a love letter to it.
The star defends her erotic blockbusters and explains why she embraced horror.
Here are the 10 scariest films ever made, as determined by the most awesome people out there: our readers.
Jason Blum interview: the hotshot producer of Halloween and Get Out reveals the secret of his success
Now Jason Blum has his hands on the originator of residential terror: Halloween.
He might be known as a master of horror, but John Carpenter’s musical prowess is just as legendary.
It’s been dubbed “a historical Train to Busan.”
We search the catacombs of cinema history to pick ten of the greatest horror anthologies ever made.
We’ve scoured the archives of Netflix and Stan to find 9 classic Stephen King films available to stream.
There will be an absolute mother load of scary movies, new and old.
How about you attend an early screening of the film where you get given a dessert upon arrival and a cocktail afterwards?