Settle in, set the mood, and let the ooky spooky credits roll.
Deadly malls, glowing goop, and vicious home invasions. These are the best films of Barbara Crampton’s iconic career.
Mike Mills returns with another calm, entrancing humanist story.
A horror comedy with brrrrrrrraaaaains.
From killer cinephiles to psycho mamas, these horror movies illustrate the untold terrors lurking within the suburban experience.
It’s a question that emerges every few years, but now it’s time for an answer.
Tony Scott, M. Night Shyamalan, and some October chills!
We look at the 1930 film ‘Madam Satan’ — where it fails and where it accidentally succeeds.
New horrors from Lois Duncan and Blumhouse are what’s new this month.
Farm-living is wild, man, wild.