Imagine that you had the opportunity to create the most frightening movie ever made. Would you want to live with the consequences?
We’re highlighting incredible horror, sci-fi, and fantasy books that have Black characters or written by Black writers.
Butt Boy follows anal retentive Chip who lacks enjoyment in his every day life. After receiving a routine prostate exam a desire in him awakens.
The Invitation is nearly perfect to me, but it has always left me craving more in terms of its treatment of the five fascinating women it gives us.
[REVIEW] ‘THE INVISIBLE MAN’ IS A TERRIFYING ITERATION THAT GIVES A MODERN TWIST TO THE CLASSIC TALE
The Invisible Man is a refreshing divergence from a crass revenge story, which is where some #MeToo-themed movies have aimed.
[REVIEW] VINEGAR SYNDROME’S ‘BLOOD MANIA’ AND ‘POINT OF TERROR’ SET RIPS THE SCREAMS RIGHT OUT OF YOUR THROAT!
Blood Mania and Point of Terror, two nearly forgotten ghoulish tales of madness, mayhem, and murder, were rescued from obscurity by Vinegar Syndrome.
Julieann Stipidis talks ‘Martyrs’, the horror industry, and horror journalism with Rue Morgue & Faculty of Horror co-host Andrea Subissati.
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.
Believe the hype about Color Out of Space. Richard Stanley’s return to features is a weird tales masterpiece and a technical marvel.
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.