Let’s catch up on The Watcher, the scariest true-life story of the internet age

Real scary stories are hard to come by these days. In the internet age everything is either quickly debunked or distilled into easily shareable, cliché-filled “creepypasta.” But there is at least one modern scary story that still holds up, mostly because, by all accounts, it’s true. This is the story of The Watcher.

Ari Aster's “Scandinavian folk horror” follow-up to Hereditary will traumatize you next summer

As we’ve sat here obliviously twiddling our thumbs, director Ari Aster’s been in Hungary plumbing the depths of trauma-laden depravity for his Hereditary follow-up, which /Film reports just got an official release date. A24 has revealed that the director’s highly anticipated sophomore feature will arrive on August 9,…

We rounded up 10 female horror directors for Jason Blum, who seems to have trouble finding them

With the release of Blumhouse’s rebooted Halloween just a couple of days away, studio head Jason Blum has been doing his usual round of interviews touting the studio’s success. But rather than letting Blum rest on the laurels of Get Out and Halloween, Matt Patches of Polygon asked Blum about a less flattering aspect…

Ready your bubblegum: John Carpenter says They Live sequel "might be closer to reality than you think"

Sure, he’d rather play open-world RPGs and toy with his synthesizers than direct another movie, but horror’s siren song continues to call for John Carpenter. Though he’s indifferent to Dwayne Johnson’s proposed Big Trouble In Little China sequel, he’s expressed interest of late in revisiting some of his other iconic…

'Tis the season to vaguely consider watching some of those fucked-up French horror movies

Halloween is right around the corner, which means it’s time to start queuing up your annual horror movie marathon that celebrates all the genre classics—with maybe a few goofy outliers thrown in to mix things up. But, let’s say for the sake of argument that you want to turn things up a notch this year. Let’s say you…

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