Horror

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Beelzebub’s Blockbuster: Why ‘The Exorcist’ Terrified Audiences in 1973

'The Exorcist' was the Christmas hit that rocked Hollywood. Here's why audiences in 1973 found the film so scary. Read More

Housing, Class, and the Thematic Punch of ‘The People Under the Stairs’

Here's a look at why Wes Craven's 1991 horror film is as relevant as ever. Read More

The Season Finale of ‘Creepshow’ Hits a High With ‘Drug Traffic’

Here's our review of Creepshow's finale, which boasts a high and a low for Season 3. Read More

10 Most Impactful Horror Characters (With Barely Any Screen Time)

Here for a good spooky time, not a long spooky time. Read More

10 Moments Where Fantasy Films Felt Like Horror Movies

Sometimes, the dorky genre Venn Diagram is a circle. Read More

10 Best Opening Credits Sequences in Horror Films

Settle in, set the mood, and let the ooky spooky credits roll. Read More

10 Best Vampire Movies That Don’t Star Dracula

Sorry Count, we're not inviting you to this one. Read More

10 Best Larry Cohen Horror Movies

Infused with biting satire and high-concept cheesiness, no one made horror movies quite like this underrated king of the genre. Read More

10 Best “Guy in a Suit” Monsters in Horror Films

A little (okay, *a lot*) of foam rubber never hurt nobody. Read More