How ‘Tetsuo: The Iron Man’ Embodies 1980s HIV/AIDS Anxieties

Another wonderful opportunity to remember the power drill dick scene. Read More

All the Horror You Need to Stream in November 2022

Pick your poison: worms, clowns, or knife-happy Santas. Read More

The Great Italian Film That Followed the WWII Ban on Horror

'Black Sunday' is seen as the first great Italian horror film thanks to Mario Bava's innovation and additions to the… Read More

Hypnotic Anatomy: What Makes Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s ‘Cure’ So Scary

"All the things that used to be inside of me... now they are all outside." Read More

Guillermo del Toro’s ‘Cabinet of Curiosities’ is a Well-Curated, Wide-Ranging Horror Anthology

Netflix’s latest anthology features Guillermo del Toro presenting eight horror stories from genre filmmakers. It’s ambitious, creative, and at times… Read More

Real Hauntings and Rubber Fingers: How They Made ‘Deadstream’

"I felt so privileged to be touching that sweet corpse head." Read More

Why a 10-year-old Girl Is Credited for Co-Writing 1977’s ‘House’

'House' is one of the most bonkers horror films ever made. And we have a child to thank for it. Read More

‘Halloween Ends’ Two Films Too Late

Laurie and Michael take a back seat to a character straight out of 'Christine,' so that's fun. Read More

The 7th Annual Brooklyn Horror Film Festival Brings Thrills and Chills to NYC

The Harbinger, Something in the Dirt, and Satan's Slaves 2 are just a few of the must-sees this year. Read More