The Witch—the quietest, creepiest horror film of 2015—put both director Robert Eggers and star Anya Taylor-Joy on the map. Now, they may reteam to breathe life into another scary story.
If you read io9 with any regularity, you likely know the name Doug Jones—he’s the man behind the mask of countless monsters, aliens, heroes and demons ranging from Buffy to Hellboy to Falling Skies to Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer to The Strain. Now he’s bringing his particular talents and his tall, thin…
Night Nurse might be heading to Doctor Strange—and she won’t be played by Rosario Dawson. Simon Pegg teases Idris Elba’s Star Trek Beyond character. Jessica Jones will go even further than the original comics. Plus, a new look at The Martian, The 100 casts a singer, and more. Behold, Spoilers!
Fess up. Someone broke into a cemetery in Germany and stole the head of director F.W. Murnau, of Nosferatu fame. Put it back! Damn kids and their grave-robbing.
What would the 1922 black-and-white horror staple Nosferatu be like with sound? Terrible, it would be terrible, as evidenced in this little experiment right here.
Too long have vampires been portrayed as heroes, lovers, fops, and/or glitter-covered emotional disasters. We remember a time when vampires were monsters, and the only reason they were trying to get into your teenage daughter's bedroom was to drink their blood and murder them. Here are eight vampires who refuse to be…
There's not much going on this week, home video-wise, but that's okay. If there were, they'd just be obliterated by Man of Steel as it focuses on its deadly battle to get all the sales this week. But look among the rubble and you find a swell new edition of Akira, tee-totaling tentacle monsters and more!
What is the scariest science fiction or fantasy film of all time? Which movies stand above the rest of all horror movies as the most terrifying?