From sharks to comics to dark passengers to Ghostface, this week’s horror news is all over the map. A little something for every taste, so check it out!
Marie Gilbert is hooked on The Baby, a smart critique of motherhood while adding just the right amount of horror.
The beloved characters from an all-time favourite horror series return with the next chapter in their life’s dark journey!
The Week in Horror has creepy AI dolls, spooky nuns, and even land sharks, and a whole lot more!
A mutated virus brings the worst out of everyone in ‘The Sadness,’ an unflinchingly violent, blood-covered Taiwanese horror. @Shudder @RavenBanner
Adding to a slate of bangers that includes Ti West’s X, Daniels’ Everything Everywhere All At Once, and the upcoming MEN from Alex Garland, A24 stays winning in 2022 with a brand new trailer for Halina Reijn’s upcoming horror-comedy Bodies Bodies Bodies.
This week’s horrors come in the form of new stuff from Rose Glass, a scary tale from the cutthroat world of country music from Brea Grant, a fresh composition from John Carpenter, and the All Elite Wrestling stars give their scary movie picks. All that and more in The Week in Horror!
For Marie Gilbert, Children of Sin covers all of the weird stuff we’ve been witnessing the last few years.
To commemorate Easter (everyone’s favourite zombie story), I’ve got a packed edition of The Week in Horror, with some appropriately gruesome and disturbing content from The Sadness, Trip, and the wild practical effects of a Thai film called The Lake. Hop on down the bunny trail and join me, won’t you?
Get ready to wince during the teaser for David Cronenberg’s new movie, ‘Crimes of the Future!’
The Long Night hits home with its spooky Rosemary’s Baby vibe about expectations.
This week’s horror news has updates on the definitive version of one of Simon Barrett and Adam Wingard’s best films, a record-breaking found footage film, Nic Cage all gussied up as Dracula, and the first epistolary horror I’ve covered in this space.