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If you've ever watched a horror movie alone and been completely terrified after, this video is for you.
These Netflix streaming films are guaranteed to scare and entertain.
Why is January a major dumping ground for Hollywood's least desirable movies?
What if 'Home Alone' was a straight up horror film instead of just a wacky family comedy that's pretty messed up?
Here's hoping that del Toro and Chastain can bring the horror genre back to prominence.
It seems like just yesterday that I was donating to the Indiegogo campaign for Meet Me There.
Seriously. What else are you doing?
Celebrate the legacy of 'A Nightmare on Elm Street' on its 30th anniversary by testing your knowledge of the beloved horror franchise.
The referee they call "Little Naitch" has an entire room full of horror movie memorabilia, and it probably puts your collection to shame.
One of the goriest horror movie franchises ever started with a four-minute short film.
Celebrate the 10th anniversary of 'Saw,' the film that led to the most successful horror franchise in movie history.
Last year, we made a festival darling horror movie with WWE's Goldust. Now, you'll be able to walk into a store and pick it up. AAAHH!
From campy to pants-crapping terror, Netflix has a wide variety of Halloween movie offerings.
The Devil's Favorite Demon talks about a possible Kane and Undertaker origin movie. Plus, he reveals his great taste in horror flicks.
'Shaun of the Dead' helped relaunch the zombie comedy for films like 'Zombieland' and it all started years earlier with a TV sketch.
Next up on the cheap and profitable reboot block is 'I Know What You Did Last Summer,' brought to us by Sony Pictures.
A plucky 14-year-old girl fulfilled her dream of making a '1980s-style slasher flick' with a little help from Kickstarter and her dad.
If you've ever wondered what it would be like if IKEA sold horror characters instead of horse meat and furniture, here's your chance.
The second trailer for the Michael Bay-produced 'Ouija' reveals the same stale scares from the first trailer, but with more eye rolling.