This article highlights the best haunted house movies, while also providing some trivia regarding the genre's history in moviemaking.
Nicole Kidman gets caught up in spooky goings-on in a haunted house. Is she crazy or the target of malevolent spirits? Benjamin Cox goes bump in the night.
A list of some great, lesser-known horror movies. Some of the best horror movies are from smaller, independent studios that are willing to take risks.
A meteorite from outer-space lands near a small town, releasing a mysterious jelly-like creature that devours everything in its path.
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?
Not really one for ballet or horror films, Benjamin Cox concedes that combining the two may be the way forward - assuming you have a padded cell ready and keep him away from sharp objects!
When you can't breathe, you can't laugh either. Benjamin Cox goes back to the jungle to check out one of the most notorious bombs of the Nineties and there's no way he's getting in the water!
Countdown several baffling character choices in Netflix's film adaptation of hit anime series Death Note!
Learn all you really need to know about life while watching horror movies. You would be amazed at all the important life lessons you can take away from watching scary movies.
The Shining is regarded as one of the scariest horror stories ever. But just where do you find the Overlook Hotel, the foreboding location at the heart of the film?
Summer of 84 is a horror film that doesn't know how to provide the horror. There's an insane amount of character development and teenage hijinks, but a conclusion with a knife, a few slices, and a pep talk don't make up for 90-minutes of buildup and no scares.
If you haven't seen these horror films before you turn thirty you are missing some of the most important films in the genre.
The first ever adaptation of 'Dracula' sent audiences screaming into panic back in the day - and Stoker's widow heading for her lawyers. Benjamin Cox examines the genesis of the vampire film and wonders if it still packs a punch.