More proof that this is the Year of Satan in pop culture. The Exorcist is coming back—but not in the way you’d expect. It’s coming to TV, with a modern twist.
A young woman lies on the floor of a candlelit room, screaming and sobbing. Surrounding her in a circle, are other members of her community, her pastor, a few of her friends, girls from her Sunday school choir. They begin chanting and praying, banging on the walls of the building. A teacher from her school approaches…
Marc Hagan-Guirey a.k.a Paper Dandy, creates spooky scenes using nothing but paper and scissors. Employing the paper cutting art of kirigami, his "Horrorgami" sculptures recreate haunted houses from classic horror films, and are then blacklit with a spooky glow.
What is the scariest science fiction or fantasy film of all time? Which classic horror movies stand above the rest, as the most terrifying?
Which great moments from cinema's past would be better in 3D? We asked director Patrick Lussier, who's helmed two 3D movies — My Bloody Valentine and the upcoming Drive Angry 3D — what classic movie moments he thought, as a 3D connoisseur, would be improved by 3D.
In honor of Turkey Day, here's seven of the best Turkish rip-off movies presented in their entirety. Copyright and production values are nonexistent, but the thrills are (sort of) non-stop. Here's Turkish Star Wars, Star Trek, and other trashterpieces.
Classic 1970s movie The Exorcist and new horror hit The Last Exorcism both feature reluctant exorcists dealing with crazy teenage girls. But there's one key difference between the movies that reveals how America has changed since 1972.
This weekend the world is readying itself for faux documentary The Last Exorcism. But what about the "real" demon possessions? We found the best of the best - judge as you will.