Austrian filmmakers Severin Fiala and Veronika Franz follow up their 2014 horror film Goodnight Mommy with The Lodge. A film where really illogical things occur to try to frighten the audience.
Contrast America's "The Uninvited" against its Korean inspiration "A Tale of Two Sisters" in this spoiler-free comparison!
"The Lighthouse" is a movie that fascinated me, so I wanted to take some time to talk about my interpretation of it.
In a time when “horror movie” has come to mean paranormal things crawling across a ceiling or spooks providing cheap jump-scares as they pounce out of a closet, it’s easy for an excellent, truly terrifying film like The Invisible Man to stand out. The film is credited as being based on the 1897 ...
Countdown several baffling character choices in Netflix's film adaptation of hit anime series Death Note!
This list has the best horror (scary) movies for that rainy day. There are trailers, links, ratings, reviews and more.
Most people have already seen and know about the best horror movies ever made; why not give good, solid, albeit lesser known horror movies a try?
Writer of 'Saw', 'Insidious', 'Dead Silence', and 'Upgrade' now brings us a whole new reason to be afraid. Or maybe just me. Either way, let's take a look at the stalker-thriller to change all stalker-thrillers.
I discuss the possible symbolic interpretations of Stanley Kubrick's adaptation of Stephen King's "The Shining" as discussed in a documentary called "Room 237".
Coming to DVD and Blu-ray, February 25, 2020, Richard Stanley gives his own interpretation of an H. P. Lovecraft tale starring Nicolas Cage, Joely Richardson, Madeleine Arthur, Elliot Knight, Brendan Meyer, and Tommy Chong.
The slasher genre is one of the most beloved subgenres in the horror movie industry. But where did this cultural phenomenon get its roots? How did it come to be? In this article, I try to shed a little more light on this topic.
Evil children are a staple of horror films. What is it about children in horror that does such a good job creeping us out, and why do people have such strong reactions to these characters?
As a movie critic (admittedly a semi-professional, less-than-part-time one), I feel at least a mild obligation to stick with a movie until the credits roll. Even recent dreck like Cats, Serenity, and Dolittle had a redeeming factor or two (and if not, I harbored a tiny, warped sense of curiosity...