Grab your popcorn and your creepy bags of human skin: There's another Saw movie in the works

Bloody Disgusting reports today that last October’s Jigsaw officially made enough money to keep the unkillable Saw franchise alive for another year, with Twisted Pictures confirming that the series’ ninth installment has now been put into development. Jigsaw writers Josh Stolberg and Peter Goldfinger will reportedly…

It’s the eerie Abattoir trailer, from the director of Saw II and The Devil’s Carnival

Darren Lynn Bousman, it’s fair to say, has a spotty track record in horror cinema. The man who made the superlative remake of Mother’s Day is also responsible for the okay Saw II, the not-so-okay Saw III, and the “Oh God, we’re only barely over halfway done?” Saw IV. More recently, he’s been turning to more operatic…

What supposedly terrifying movie doesn’t scare you?

Welcome back to AVQ&A, where we throw out a question for discussion among the staff and readers. Consider this a prompt to compare notes on your interface with pop culture, to reveal your embarrassing tastes and experiences, and to ponder how our diverse lives all led us to convene here together. Got a question you’d

Forget price and convenience—horror movies should be seen on the big screen

This October, like so many Octobers before it, has seen the release of new horror movies, presumably with the aim of capturing the attention of a pre-Halloween crowd in addition to the usual genre diehards. The Conjuring spin-off Annabelle debuted to bigger-than-expected numbers at the beginning of the month, as did

“Monster Mash” gets an appropriately bloody and violent update for 2014

“The zombies were having fun. The party had just begun. The guests included Wolf Man, Dracula, and his son.” That optimistic sentiment might have been fine in October 1962, when Bobby “Boris” Pickett And The Crypt Keepers hit the top of the Billboard charts with the cheerfully spooky “Monster Mash,” but it doesn’t…