From the country that put giant monsters and bendy ghost girls on the map, we recommend these spooktacular treats.
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Author: Kieran Fisher
Let’s celebrate some of the horror filmmakers who went out with a bloody bang.
From pagan cults to alien invasions -- and even some cannibalism -- these British horror movies are among the best the country has to offer.
Matthew Carlson's short-lived series was the subject of much controversy before anyone had seen a single episode. The fury was uncalled for.
John Carpenter, Tommy Lee Jones, and a wickedly high-tech car come together for an anti-capitalist adventure.
The characters and events in the fourth season are fictitious, but they're informed by a fascinating period in American history.
Stephen McHattie and Kurt Russell are out to learn the truth about the universe in this TV movie from 1975.
Let's take a look at the true story that inspired Aaron Sorkin's Netflix drama.
Alec Baldwin leads this Charles Willeford adaptation, and it's one of the most entertaining performances of his career.
"What happens when you create the world's first perfect human ... and he turns out to be your wife's perfect lover?"