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netflix’s new 'sabrina' trailer has us shook

Happy birthday Sally Draper (aka the new Sabrina), you absolute creep!
Frankie Dunn
5 days ago
Culture

5 cult korean horror movies to watch now

Korea has produced some of the most incredible horror films of all time.
Amandas Ong
9.3.18
Film

2018 is the year of disturbing dance movies

From Luca Guadagnino's stomach-churning 'Suspiria' remake to a Christmas zombie musical.
Hannah Ongley
8.30.18
News

watch the terrifying first trailer for ‘green room’ director’s new film

Netflix’s ‘Hold the Dark’, set in the Alaskan wilderness, stars Riley Keough as a mother who hires a wolf hunter to find her stolen son.
Hannah Ongley
8.22.18
Culture

9 of the best female-led revenge movies

From 'Jennifer's Body' to 'Villainess', watch women get even.
Annie Lord
8.10.18
Culture

how suspiria became one of the best horror movie soundtracks of all time

Before Luca Guadagnino’s upcoming remake came Dario Argento’s astonishing original -- and with it one of the greatest horror soundtracks ever created. Goblin’s Claudio Simonetti explains how it came to life.
Matthew Whitehouse
8.10.18
News

your next netflix binge is this show about shapeshifting teenagers

If you're a fan of 'Stranger Things' or the surrealist time-travel thriller 'Dark', then 'The Innocents' could be for you.
Annie Lord
8.9.18
News

watch the first full trailer for the 'slender man' horror movie

Slender Man is being dragged out of your nightmares and onto the cinema screen. Enjoy watching all your wildest fears played out in HD.
Annie Lord
7.26.18
News

watch the trailer for a new horror about snuff movies

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Georgie Wright
7.17.18
News

watch the paranormal trailer for the spinoff of horror comedy 'what we do in the shadows'

New Zealand’s Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement are at it again.
Georgie Wright
6.29.18
Culture

nine of the best horror movies of the past decade, according to reddit

In case Hereditary wasn't enough.
Georgie Wright
6.26.18
Culture

horror director george a. romero on how he made the soundtrack to night of the living dead

The use of library music in classic horror Night of the Living Dead changed movie history forever. In an edited extract from Unusual Sounds: The Hidden History of Library Music, its director George A. Romero, explains how it came to be.
George A. Romero
6.15.18