Sometime in recent history, Black Friday morphed from a day of markdowns that kicked off the Christmas-shopping season to a contact sport. But horror movies have long since viewed the mall as a breeding ground for terror. What’s scarier than being trampled by frenzied bargain hunters? Read on.
When American Horror Story: Cult bid farewell last week, I cheered like odious main character Kai Anderson (Evan Peters) cheered Trump’s victory—because finally, the torturous Cult was over. With at least two more AHS seasons to come, there’s still hope it’ll be able to muster a return to form. But how?
Stan Against Evil wraps up its second season tomorrow night with its last set of back-to-back episodes. We’ve got an exclusive look at the finale, and while there’s no Stan in the clip, it does feature a time-traveling Sheriff Evie (Janet Varney) meeting Deputy Leon (Nate Mooney) for what he thinks is the first time.
A year back, we spotlighted the excellently spooky work of artist Brian Coldrick, creator of webcomic Behind You. Now, his illustrations have been compiled into a book from IDW, titled Behind You: One-Shot Horror Stories. We’ve got a peek at some of the gorgeously-rendered nightmares within.
Things are still being kept pretty hush-hush about the plot for John Krasinski and Emily Blunt’s upcoming horror film A Quiet Place, but thanks to the first teaser trailer, we also know what else is hush-hush about it: everything.
If you’ve seen Joachim Trier’s other movies, like Louder Than Bombs or Oslo, August 31st, you might not have expected him to make a horror movie about a young woman with superpowers. But the Norwegian director says Thelma is all about getting back to his fairy tale roots.
The latest episode of Cristian Ponce’s spooky web series Ghost Radio is here, and as always, there’s new supernatural drama afoot in the haunted village of Kirlian. Listen in as the show’s late-night radio host explores a wave of youth vandalism that angers members of the town’s ancient generation.
We’ve been fans of filmmaker Jerónimo Rocha since we first saw his unsettling scifi horror short, Dédalo. His latest, Macabre, is quite a bit different in some ways (the biggest: it’s animated instead of live-action), but it’s also the tale of a lone survivor caught in an utterly terrifying situation.
We’ve reached the midpoint of The Exorcist’s second season—episode five airs tonight—which means the story is well underway but there are still plenty of mysteries left to reveal. Last season was excellently spooky, but this season has been even scarier in the best sort of way. Here are three big reasons why.
What would happen if a global zombie outbreak was thwarted—not with a nuclear strike, but a medical cure? Animated short Less Than Human examines how former zombies might approach their second lease on life, as well as how the never-infected population might view them.
Sam is dead asleep when her best friend Lindsay calls in a total panic, barely making sense and completely freaking out about the creature she swears she saw lurking in her bedroom. Was it night terrors? A bad reaction to a sleeping pill? Or... something far too nightmarish to comprehend?
Halloween may be in the rear-view mirror at this point, but as every horror fan knows, being scared silly is truly a joy that knows no season. With that in mind, please enjoy Alexander Babaev’s Hospice, the chilling tale of a nurse whose night-shift duties expose her to something exceptionally terrifying.
Stan Against Evil’s first season was enjoyable, but it suffered due to its undeniable similarities to Ash vs. Evil Dead. With Ash’s next season still AWOL, Stan stands alone in the cranky-old-dude-fighting-demons zone—and happily, IFC’s horror comedy has finally found its footing in season two.
This year’s Tuesday-night Halloween means that most of the nation’s serial killers, monsters, and various stabby creatures have to turn in early for a bright and early hump day. But in lieu of being chased around by a low-budget demon, it’s not too late to wrap up your night by dimming the lights and reading some…
When we last saw Stan (John C. McGinley), the demon-fighting ex-sheriff of Willard’s Mill, he’d just survived the craziest events of Stan Against Evil’s first season. Unfortunately, he was left unable to remember some very key stuff—which begins to haunt him in this clip from the season two premiere.
DC’s House of Horrors anthology is, in no uncertain terms, a collection of stories that dig deep into the hearts of DC’s classic heroes and wrenches out the deepest, darkest, most horrific parts of them that we don’t usually see in comics. This is particularly true of the book’s Wonder Woman story.
When Eddie Murphy, Angela Bassett, and Wes Craven’s Vampire in Brooklyn hit theaters back in October of 1995, the horror-comedy was savaged by critics who felt the film’s deviations from more “traditional” vampire lore made it a lesser entry to the canon. Looking back, it’s obvious they were wrong.
The big streaming services always have a ton of horror movies on offer, but not all of them are especially fright-inducing. In honor of Halloween, put all the Sharknado and Gingerdead Man sequels aside in favor of actually scaring the bejesus out of yourself. Each of these 11 movies will haunt your nightmares.
Syfy’s Creepypasta-inspired anthology series, Channel Zero, wraps up its excellent second installment, No-End House, tonight—but fear not, horror TV fans. The very first teaser for season three, Butcher’s Block, is here, and though it’s quite brief, it still looks excellently disturbing.
Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s most recent film is the buzzworthy alien invasion tale Before We Vanish. But the innovative Japanese director (Pulse, Bright Future) has an earlier movie that’s coming out first: 2016 French-language ghost story Daguerrotype.