Halloween is the time of the year where just about everyone sits down to watch a horror film of some kind, whether it be the latest in a beloved (and sometimes tired) franchise - here's looking at you Jigsaw - a new and original film from an inexperienced director, or a classic of the genre. Often, the films from the 1970s are those that are most celebrated, with the likes of The Exorcist, Carrie, The Omen and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre offering many a scare and rightfully going down in history as some of the best the genre has ever produced. There...
With a story that lacked narrative and jump scares that avoided originality, should ‘The Nun’ be the end for the ‘Conjuring’ universe?
Why ‘Halloween III: Season of the Witch’ Didn’t Feature Michael Myers and Why We Should Give It Another Chance
Why was ‘Halloween III: Season of the Witch’ absent of its franchise villain Michael Myers? James Cullen explains, and creates a case for reconsidering III’s quality, in this special feature.
A ‘Signs’ alternative theory. Could the aliens in ‘Signs’ really be angels or demons? Joseph Wade takes you through the facts…
In the spirit of Halloween, Kat Lawson has developed a list of ’10 Horribly Overrated Modern Horror Films’ that you should avoid. Read it here.
How does ‘The Blair Witch Project’ compare to the horror films of the 21st century? This is a question Jack Gooding answers in his latest article, available here.
Kat Lawson has outlined the “15 life lessons we learnt from horror movies”. Read this very entertaining piece, here.