how home invasion horror made america face its own shadow
Movies like 'Us', 'Don't Breath' and 'The Purge' provide allegories of America as a place where wealth is hoarded, violence is indigenous and the outsider is always suspicious.
prepare yourselves, kiernan shipka’s sabrina is only going to get darker
As the second series of ‘The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ drops on Netflix, we speak to the teenage actor about feminism, coming-of-age and the devil.
how billie eilish uses humour and horror to talk about mental health
On her first full-length album Billie skilfully discusses mental health and self-loathing. But behind the melodrama there’s an extremely relatable, endearingly goofy 17-year-old.
jordan peele just revealed the truth behind that 'us' ending
Warning: Big Spoiler Energy
how horror movies became fashion’s favourite genre
From Prada to Comme des Garçons, this season’s runways were dominated by scary monsters and cinematic super creeps.
watch the first trailer for ‘scary stories to tell in the dark’
Guillermo del Toro and André Øvredal’s latest adaptation brings your childhood nightmares to life.
this new netflix movie looks like a mixture of ‘a quiet place’ and ‘birdbox’
'The Silence' stars Stanley Tucci and ‘The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ actor Kiernan Shipka, and looks scary as hell.
netflix’s newest horror show, ‘chambers’ sounds creepy as hell
Move over 'Hill House', there’s a new, Uma Thurman-starring horror series in town.
'asian girls' is the mesmerising horror film taking on cultural fetishisation
And messing with Pornhub searches in the process. Watch it here.
hereditary director's new film is a "scandinavian folk horror"
Don’t let the poster for 'Midsommar' fool you, this is definitely a horror movie.
a second season of ‘the haunting of hill house’ is coming to netflix
New haunting, new house. Very scary.
how 'happy death day' reinvented the teen horror movie for a new generation
Since the early 00s, the teen horror genre has been stuck on a time loop. But by breaking down the genre and playing with its parts, the 'Happy Death Day' movies may just have finally broken the cycle.