I Did Every Single Haunted House At Horror Nights Hollywood, So Here's What Slayed (Literally) And What Was A Miss
I expected the Clickers from The Last of Us to scare me, but not THAT much. 😳
"They Cloned Tyrone" Has Left Us Speechless, And Here Are 4 Other Projects That Will Do The Same Thing
Gotta love a film that leaves you thinking for days afterwards.
From Greta Gerwig and Regina King to Bradley Cooper and Michael B. Jordan.
From a quietly immersive directorial debut to Jordan Peele’s latest thriller.
"The film stands between primitive mystery and avant-garde stupor, where all its overwhelming strangeness resides." —Jordan Peele
From potential Oscar favorites to biopics and Marvel blockbusters, 2022 still has a lot of amazing LGBTQ+ film left in it.
I challenge you to finish this marathon of the year's spookiest films.
John Krasinski Teared Up From A Heartfelt Line Change, And 14 Other Times Script Changes Either Helped Or Hurt A Film
I volunteer to be part of a test audience!
The only thing scarier than professional clown makeup is amateur clown makeup.
"I Don't Know That I Ever Want To Voluntarily Feel Like That Again": Horror Fans Are Sharing The Best Scary Movies They Can Never Rewatch
The Strangers (2008): "Like an idiot, I watched a movie about a home invasion while I was home by myself. It's such a plausible plot, has happened before in real life, and could totally happen again. I have no desire to ever watch it again."
Nope should absolutely be a yes on your watchlist.
Don't look up.
"The shoe was another bad miracle."
2022's horror blockbuster shockingly shares more than a few moments with the OG summer horror film.
The real story of "Gordy" is just as heart-wrenching.
"Not today, not me."
If you're as into looking for Easter eggs as I am, you've got to see this IRL.
This movie is a horror miracle, and not the bad kind.
Here Are 39 Rare Behind-The-Scenes Pictures From Movie And TV Sets Vs. The Scenes That Made The Final Cut
You'll never watch Nope (2022) or Squid Game (2021) the same way again.
This is ABSOLUTELY a big screen movie.
The "Nope" Cast Found Out If They'd Survive Until The End Of A Jordan Peele Movie, And Now You Can Too
Sarah Paulson and Cate Blanchett were actually drunk when filming a bar scene in Carol: "We were having martinis, and the props guy said: 'Do you want to go hot?' So, we went hot — and we learned that the alcohol was real."
These songs will send shivers down your spine.
Good news: The trailer is awesome. Bad news: You're scared of clouds now.
Jordan Peele is the master of tiny details.
“Don’t move to Woodsboro, and don’t be named Sidney Prescott, is what you need to know about the ‘Scream’ franchise.”
A villain is only as good as their weapon.
Hey, did you know that real skeletons cost less than fake ones? 'Cause Hollywood does.
Don't say his name five times in the mirror.