Slowthai and Skepta’s new video is a horror nightmare
So much blood!!
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.
the horror film labelled ‘too scary’ and a ‘masterpiece’ at sundance
Premiering at Sundance earlier this week, this film’s already been called this generation’s 'Exorcist'.
everything you need to know about darren aronofsky’s mother!
The Black Swan director went on a broody, batshit crazy descent into hell with J-Law and Michelle Pfeiffer in tow. Here’s what you need to know -- spoiler-free.
flying lotus accidentally made the grossest film of all time
As Kuso is released exclusively on Shudder, we speak to electronic artist Flying Lotus about his feature film debut, and the time he tried to get Donald Glover to give birth to an an anal dwelling butt cockroach.
six visually stunning horror film sets, from ‘suspiria’ to ‘the shining’
As ‘Suspiria’ celebrates its 40th birthday, we take a look back at Dario Argento’s gorgeously gory cult classic, plus five other horror flicks that make nightmares look beautiful.
what if wes anderson directed this year’s most terrifying film, ‘the witch’?
A new trailer recuts scenes from Robert Eggers’s chilling tale of 17th century puritan witchcraft, and positions the terrifying historical thriller as one of Wes Anderson’s whimsical works.
the hotel from ‘the shining’ is hosting a horror movie film festival
Halloween might be over, but Oregon’s Timberline Lodge will keep the screams rolling when it launches the four-day Overlook Film Festival this April.
10 horror movie soundtrack gems (featuring philip glass, mia farrow, and lesbian vampires)
Which early 70s Belgian lesbian vampire film score did Lil Wayne sample? Which German electronic collective made a ‘Zelda’-esque soundtrack to a Romanian haunting that was never released? Reader beware, you’re in for some spine tingling tunes.
keeping scores with horror maestro john carpenter
Lock your doors! Bolt your windows! With a newly released second album and his first ever run of live shows taking place this month, i-D speaks to the master of terror about taking his (horror)show out on the road.