In the wake of the success of ‘Get Out,’ Shudder gathers an eclectic collection of creatives and intellectuals to discuss the history and influence of black culture in horror cinema.
Because the Candyman can, and will, scare the living hell out of us in 2020.
Horror has faced aspersions time after time. In being on the fringe of pop culture, the genre has had the space to do bold things. To be transgressive. To leave an indelible mark on the medium of film.
The best and brightest showrunners and filmmakers are bringing bold television to the streaming service. We have Jennifer Salke to thank for that.
The writer/director/producer may have to clone himself to get it done.
The Amazon anthology series looks to both the past and our present to expose the terror of hatred.
Not content with one ‘Twilight Zone,’ Jordan Peele continues the need for social science-fiction with ‘Weird City.’
A new television series will explore why America cannot shake the Nazi threat.
By Lee Jutton
The Oscar winner will produce a series tackling one of the most infamous stories of the 1990s.