Into the Dark’s fourth movie of the season heralds the new year and new decade, telling the story of friends who gather every New Year’s Eve to celebrate.
THE TWELVE TERRORS OF CHRISTMAS As the Halloween season comes to an end, we slowly
Into the Dark offers a mix bag of movies using a concept where each month, there is a new horror movie based on various holidays.
This guide — A Student’s Survival Guide. Literally. — contains anecdotal evidence to help you better navigate those situations the other guides refuse to discuss or even acknowledge exist.
American Horror Story: 1984 delves into the 80’s slasher genre that defined so many horror movies of the decade and still does today.
With elements of drama, suspense, humor, and romance, this third season of Stephen King’s Mr. Mercedes is off to an excellent start.
With only two entries released, it’s hard to judge whether Two Sentence Horror Stories, as an anthology, will be successful. However, it shows promise.
Summer! For many, it’s primarily the season for crowd-pleasing entertainment at the theater. Here are eight campy films you should definitely track down.
Light as a Feather is a fun, easy-going, campy show. Although somewhat weak at times, it offers a good story that is paced relatively well.
Scream: Resurrection is a thrilling ride. It’s hip, it’s cool and it’s sassy. Fans of the franchise and new viewers alike won’t be disappointed.