Horror

‘The Twilight Zone’ Is The Original Binge Watch

You've been binge watching the classic show before you even knew what binge watching was!

It Is Time to Release The Butthole Cut of ‘Cats’

The #ButtholeCut is a good place to start, but we have many more ideas of what untold horrors other ‘Cats’…

An Apple a Day Does Not Keep the Creepy Men Away in ‘Revenge’

Much of the movie's shocking and gorgeous imagery is centered around the protagonist's body, but one of its most haunting…

‘Castlevania’ and Why the Binge Model is Perfect for Video Game Adaptations

The third season of Netflix's 'Castlevania' delivers the gory, gothic goods, and it's got us wondering: is streaming uniquely suited…

The Effect of the Voyeur Camerawork in ‘The Invisible Man’

Focusing on empty spaces and positioning frames from outside a scene amplifies this terrifying tale of being watched.

The Granddaddy of Body Horror was a German Expressionist Film

This month's Horrorscope includes German Expressionist classic 'The Hands of Orlac' and a bunch of other streaming recommendations for horror…

The Dread Lurking In The Shadows Of ‘The Strangers’

In just one shot, the horror of 'The Strangers' becomes apparent, its apprehensive and stomach-knotting tone is set, and hopelessness…

‘The Invisible Man’ Franchise, Ranked

'The Invisible Man' franchise is unlike any other monster in Universal's vault.

Osgood Perkins Ascends With The Atmospheric ‘Gretel & Hansel’

Oz Perkins continues to prove himself as a horror auteur.