Welcome to the official month of horror movie binge-watching! And while everyone should devote a prerequisite amount of October re-watching the horror classics, what about some brand new scares? Here are 21 new horror movies you can watch this month.
As Above, So Below is an ambitious excavation horror movie that tries to blend the world of Indiana Jones with the found footage genre. And though the locations are breathtaking and the scares very real, the film as a whole collapses under its own mythology. But we kept rooting for the survivors.
The horror movie As Above, So Below, opening this week, isn't just set inside the catacombs beneath Paris; it was almost entirely filmed there. We sat down with director John Erick Dowdle and his co-writer Drew Dowdle to talk about the challenges and advantages of filming in the catacombs.
The Japanese trailer for X-Men: Days of Future Past is kind of awesome. Tom Hiddleston is a sharp-dressed man on the set of del Toro's Crimson Peak. Amanda Seyfried joins the cast of Pan. Can Skye save Ward on Agents of SHIELD? Plus, Jennifer Garner's making a supernatural "feuding families" show. Spoilers now!
The trailer for this catacombs-exploring low-budget horror movie As Above, So Below looks really good. Let's hope they can deliver on these scares...
You're watching a video of "As Above, So Below," an impressive projection mapping installation featured at this year's DUMBO Arts Festival in Brooklyn. The arresting visual smorgasbord was orchestrated by artists Simon Anaya, Farkas Fulop, Richard Jochum, Johnny Moreno, John Ensor Parker and Ryan Uzilevsky as part…