With a filmography that prominently features horror icons Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee, it’s no surprise that Britain’s famed Hammer Film Productions has an expansive back catalog that showcases everything […]
Without a doubt, Edge of Tomorrow is the best science fiction/action hybrid since James Cameron’s Aliens. Believe me, that’s no small feat. It’s quick, thrilling, and at times scary, but it does it all while exploring the humanity and emotional life of its main characters.
Modern horror anthologies can be a mixed bag of goodies. Sometimes you get something sweet like Trick ‘r Treat (2007), but more often than not you get something that’s mostly […]
Strange things happen when you’re in a band. When Ozzy Ozborne was on tour with Mötley Crüe, he snorted a line of live ants when he wasn’t able to find […]
After you’ve had your fill of turkey, stuffing, and pumpkin pie, it’s time to watch a movie, but what horror movie do you watch on Thanksgiving?
Let’s get this out of the way right from the get-go: Robert Altman’s 3 Women is the best horror movie that you’ve probably never seen. It’s so good, in fact, that esteemed film critic Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times named it as his favorite film of 1977 (and that was the year Star Wars came out).
The list of good science-fiction comedies is surprisingly short, but there are a few notable standouts against a field of mostly duds—Ghostbusters (1984), Back to the Future, Spaceballs, and Groundhog […]
The groundbreaking franchise may not seem like it’s the place to find your thrills and chills, but Star Trek and horror go hand in hand.
In the pantheon of 80s horror movies, Poltergeist is oft-overlooked. At a time when gore-filled slashers were in vogue—thanks in part to the success of the Friday the 13th and Halloween film series—Poltergeist relied on a simple, Grimms’ Fairy Tales-esque plot to deliver its frights. Exploring universal themes of love, death, and greed, Poltergeist is the rare family-horror film that doesn’t pander explicitly to children.
With Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker on the horizon, the ubiquity of George Lucas’s groundbreaking creation is enough to choke a rancor. Every time you venture online, there’s a […]