In a world of real-life government coverups and corruption, Christian Nilsson’s Dashcam mirrors what is happening today everywhere.
Tales of the Uncanny is a deep dive into the horror anthology and the definitive word on the subject.
In this edition of The Week in Horror, Tim Murr shares news on the new film from Girl on the Third Floor’s Travis Stevens, remembers Nick Tucci + more
Tim Murr ain’t excited for the new Ghostbusters film. Find out why and get your horror news here!
The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival has some amazing selections on tap for its fourth year! Take a look at some of the movies we’re looking forward to seeing.
Lucio Fulci’s ‘House by the Cemetery’ and Ted Geoghegan’s ‘We Are Still Here’ prove that home isn’t always the safe haven it is meant to be.
‘The Week in Horror’ takes three genre greats and slaps them together in the same article. King! Carpenter! Fessenden! It’s the club sandwich of horror!
In ‘The Week in Horror,’ Toxie gets a makeover, clear some more shelf room for Jason Voorhees, and San Francisco thrash takes the spotlight.
Tim Murr interviews Larry Fessenden, director of modern Frankenstein film, ‘Depraved,’ about his new movie, parenting, and the legacy of the Monster.
‘The Week in Horror’ reveals early buzz for ‘Pet Sematary,’ a new character for ‘The Conjuring’ movies, and a Chan-Wook Zahler collaboration!
New movies from Larry Fessenden and Ari Aster are coming this year, and Tim Murr takes a look at some SXSW premieres for ‘The Week in Horror.’
The Ranger occupies that sweet spot where it could have come out anytime in the last three or four decades and will likely still feel as fresh thirty years from now.