You don’t have to be religious to have the crap scared out of you by a story of possession.
The Week in Horror has news about a new 90’s-tinged horror anthology series, a kick-ass stop-motion horror that’s three decades in the making, a new take on The Exorcist from Halloween Kills’ David Gordon Green, and a whole lot more!
The Exorcist, boring? Tim Murr explores that crazy comment, plus news on upcoming horror films later this year.
The Week in Horror remembers composer Krysztof Penderecki and has news on a new season of Castlevania.
Max von Sydow so perfectly captured the balance between the high brow and low brow of cinematic art.
Jordan Peele’s new horror movie, ‘Us,’ is a twisted mirror image nightmare and in his review, Sachin Hingoo calls it “scary as hell.”
Here’s the final installment of this year’s Father’s Day Gift Guide, featuring recommendations from Marie Gilbert and Jeffery X Martin.
The internet needs to calm down about reshoots and teaser trailers because there is real news to discuss on this edition of The Week in Horror.
It’s hard to believe that ten episodes of The Exorcist have aired; it seems like it just started, and now it’s ended. Was Pazuzu driven from Angela for the second … Continue reading The Exorcist S01 E10: “Three Rooms”
After too many weeks, The Exorcist is back. Quite a few characters were killed off. Did any of your favorites meet their demise?
On last week’s episode of The Exorcist, Father Bennett discovered corpses and cremains in an old warehouse. The priests disagreed on the best course of action to take with Casey. … Continue reading The Exorcist S01 E08: The Griefbearers
On last week’s episode of The Exorcist, we learned that Maria Walters and her cronies were behind the mysterious nine murders, using the body parts for their own summoning. Father … Continue reading The Exorcist S01 E07: Father of Lies