Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula picks up four years after Train to Busan and throws viewers into a dystopic world that has been ravaged by the zombie apocalypse.
That Shelf put together a list of the 5 best horror movies we've watched in 2020.
Is The Hunt a clever and pointed film about contemporary America or toothless political satire?
On the surface, The Hunt seems like the straight-forward hack 'em ups like The Purge, but director Craig Zobel (Z for Zachariach, Homestar Runner) has a little more on his mind.
Put any doubts about this film aside and buckle up for a wild cinematic ride that goes beyond the “is she or isn’t she crazy?” premise.
A disturbing and bone-chilling atmospheric horror from the directors of Goodnight Mommy that will leave viewers divided.
Josh Ruben’s horror-comedy, Scare Me, follows two people stuck in a cabin during a power outage as they pass the time by spooking each other out.
The latest take on Henry James is completely redundant.
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.
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.