The last decade has seen an influx of fascinating new voices in horror cinema.
That mighty, snotty, movement-defining horror movie turns 20 this year.
We gorge on creature features: the best, the worst and the completely feral.
A much-needed gasp of air from tentpole franchises.
The murderous toy doll Chucky is back, and more political than ever.
Sure, it looks like a fun family film, but don’t be fooled by the marketing.
What better time to take a look at some of the best kid-centric horror movies out there?
If you came for a doll saying profanities, this isn’t it.
Zombie films can be weird, and zombie films can be WWWWEEEEIIIIRRRRDDDDD.
Milla Jovovich has built a career as an enduring female action star.
At home and at the cinema, this month is an absolutely killer month for horror.
The writing in The Silence is stodgy and the execution pedestrian, with an insufferable air of ennui smothering the life out of it.
The news that Jim Jarmusch is entering the field with his newest film should get your blood pumping.
The film can be both anti-capitalist or anti-socialist depending on your perspective.
The new and freakin’ gnarly adaptation of Stephen King’s classic novel about a graveyard that can bring things back from the dead is hellishly intense. The film also, as critic Luke Buckmaster explains, uses the story of a family who move to a small town to explore two of the greatest themes in the history […]
The best and worst films adapted from the master of horror.
Nothing says ‘weekend viewing’ like a bunch of top tier scary movies.
“The Oscar was a crazy moment and it actually freed me up.”
We. Are. Pumped.