From The Shining to Jaws 3-D, Andy Burns looks back at the horror films that made him a fan in our latest 31 Days of Horror instalment.
The Week in Horror remembers composer Krysztof Penderecki and has news on a new season of Castlevania.
For all the critical accolades directed its way, Doctor Sleep, Mike Flanagan’s adaptation of Stephen King’s 2013 sequel to The Shining, had a disastrous opening weekend.
Can a sequel to a horror classic scare up an audience, or will a holiday rom-com make off with the top spot at the box office this weekend?
Sure, you can watch the latest trailer for Blumhouse’s remake of ‘Black Christmas,’ but Tim Murr offers a warning: you may learn more than you want to know.
Get your final glimpse of ‘Doctor Sleep’ before it begins shining in theaters this November.
‘The Banana Splits Movie’ might be the reboot we didn’t know we needed! Also, new stuff from Mike Flanagan, Glenn Danzig, and Rob Zombie!
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