Arrow Video’s restored and extended cut of ‘Weird Science’ would be a tremendous addition to the library of any fan of 1980s cinema.
‘Mindhunter’ returns for a second season on Netflix and Tim Murr profiles the first episode on this installment of ‘The Week in Horror.’
Universal cancels ‘The Hunt,’ Adam Wingard takes the conn of ‘Event Horizon,’ and Guillermo Del Toro goes noir in The Week in Horror.
Sharks at a certain depth in the water, worms in a desert land with little water, and a mad scientist who knows what water is at in The Week in Horror.
Revisit Rutger Hauer’s iconic performance in ‘The Hitcher,’ a ‘Blair Witch’ video game on the way, and upcoming sequels in ‘The Week in Horror.’
Filmmaker Izzy Lee continues to dazzle and provoke discussion with her politically-charged short film, ‘Re-Home,’ showing at this year’s Fantasia Fest.
The MCU gets scary, Blumhouse chooses not to kill the Boogeyman, and Scream Factory announces the box set we didn’t know we needed in ‘The Week in Horror.’
Director Tilman Singer’s feature debut, ‘Luz,’ is a harrowing, hypnotic, and riveting demonic possession movie unlike any other.
Large news on the remake front, crazy things happening in the DC Universe, John Carpenter returns to comics, and more in The Week in Horror.
‘Kids of the Black Hole,’ the new punksploitation horror anthology from St. Rooster Press, is an obscene finger gesture in a world of pageant waves.
‘Midsommar’ garners praise, ‘3 From Hell’ marketing shows its Italian western influences, and Arrow and Criterion movies on the cheap in The Week in Horror.
The Week in Horror with Tim Murr looks at the reaction to Child’s Play, news on Red Sonja, and a review of the Prom Night soundtrack.