Even if you watch horror movies year ’round, there’s something extra special about watching them during Halloween.
Scoff if you must, but viewer beware: Just because the following films haven’t claimed a life doesn’t mean that yours won’t be the first.
From The Birds to The Witch, filmmakers have used birds as ominous omens.
This movie shoves a comically unnecessary amount of plot and backstory into a film about a sentient recliner.
The 2013 film aims to be scary, funny, and romantic all at once, but it bites off more than it can chew.
Name a significant event in horror history over the past half century, and odds are Tom Savini was there.
Curl up with these Halloween classics before you have to pile on the long underwear and ladle debt onto your AmEx account.
“If your post is filled with misspellings and vague, unformed descriptions, I’m rapt.”
Help us craft the ultimate Halloween party playlist.
Conspiracy theories and occult rumors aside, there is something about Memphis rap that will make your hair stand on end.
In horror, the sound design can be more manipulative than in any other genre.
One man parlayed our disquiet over animatronics into one of the most successful independent games franchises of the last five years.