We’re highlighting incredible horror, sci-fi, and fantasy books that have Black characters or written by Black writers.
When thinking about women in horror, the focus is on final girls or female victims. What about the iconic female monsters and what they say about the genre?
In this dark and atmospheric retelling, director Osgood Perkins creates a visually stunning film that explores the fearsome power of womanhood and the monsters that live in the woods.
In his sophomore film, Robert Eggers (The Witch) returns for a distinctly darker, haunting tale of loneliness and the madness it brings in The Lighthouse.
Pennywise may be back but It Chapter 2 explores the lingering effects of childhood fears in this creepy continuation of a Stephen King classic.