Alan Moore has had many works adapted into films—including Watchmen, From Hell, and V for Vendetta—but noir thriller Show Pieces, first released in 2012, is the first time the acclaimed author wrote specifically for the screen. The five-part series hits horror streaming network Shudder tomorrow.
What scared you so much as a kid that you’re still afraid of it today? Rodney Ascher—who examined the horrors of sleep paralysis in The Nightmare, and obsessive fans of The Shining in Room 237—puts a pop-culture spin on that question in Primal Screen, and applies his trademark filmmaking style to it. We’ve got an…
On Halloween 1992, the BBC aired Ghostwatch, a 90-minute special presented as a live, scientific investigation of a haunted house. It was, of course, strictly a faux doc—but it still managed to confuse more than a few viewers who believed they were watching real terrors caught on tape.
Horror sequel Phantasm: Ravager comes exclusively to Shudder today, and we’ve got a fun clip which proves that while time may have taken a certain toll on unlikely hero Reggie, he has lost none of the badass spirit that’s allowed him to battle the Tall Man for four decades.