Netflix’s upcoming comic book adaptation, Locke & Key, recreates the spooky vibes that makes the original series great.
The survivors from A Quiet Place continue their fight for survival as they venture into the outside world and discover new threats.
Catch up on hidden gems like Bliss and Rakifi.
Say yes to the dress
Doctor Sleep is a clever, atmospheric, and thrilling sequel that explores The Shining’s mythology in exciting new ways.
Everyone loves films like The Babadook and Pet Sematary, but we wanted to spread some love to some other spooky ladies that may not be on your radar.
That Shelf has created a list of 11 recent horror movies to binge this Halloween.
It's our last Schlocktober episode, and we're making it count with John Carpenter's score and film, the iconic Halloween (1978)!
A house is cursed by a vengeful ghost that dooms those who enter it with a violent death.
The Lighthouse's director, Robert Eggers, delivers a masterful descent into the macabre.
Director Ant Timpson’s debut feature Come To Daddy is a weird and wild ride, full of surprises and superb performances from stars Elijah Wood and Stephen McHattie.
The less said about The Assent the better. While the film follows the standard exorcism execution, there’s enough here to offer a fresh look at the genre with some jump scares along the way.
Ian MacIntyre, Ryan Goldhar, Ken Cuperus and his son Parker join Jeremy to watch TEXAS CHAIN SAW MASSACRE!
Making Monsters, from co-directors Justin Harding and Rob Brunner, starts like so many slasher flicks that came before it – an unsuspecting couple venture to an isolated country home where a vicious killer stalks them – but that's where the movie swerves.
No cheap scares this week as Schlocktober continues with the Fernando Velazquez score for "The Orphanage". Skip our spoileriffic intro by jumping to 32:00!