The Boogeyman almost became straight-to-streaming fodder, but we lucked out with this entertaining remake of the Stephen King story.
Sophie Thatcher sits down with That Shelf to discuss starring in the terrifying new Stephen King adaptation, The Boogeyman.
The wilderness doesn’t mess around.
Van Landschoot’s experience as a nurse during the pandemic came to the forefront when shooting this week’s harrowing episode, “Tether.”
Beau Is Afraid is Ari Aster's most unhinged film yet, and potentially his most divisive.
Does Russell Crowe's career need an old priest and a young priest following The Pope's Exorcist?
That Shelf and Sphere Films want to send fans to the Toronto premiere of BEAU IS AFRAID – with writer/director Ari Aster in attendance!
Prime Video’s Swarm paints a blood-filled, and chilling, picture of a young serial killer, and features a mesmerizing lead performance.
Cornish folk horror Enys Men will reward those with patience, but frustrate the majority of audiences, especially if they go looking for mainstream horror scares.
The new psychological horror film Wild Bones is a manically disorienting, dissociative dance in the vein of genre classics like Repulsion.
Scream VI takes Ghostface and his would-be victims on a stab-filled romp through New York City, in the bloodiest and goriest entry in the franchise to date.
Rachel Weisz will play dual roles in this new limited series from Prime Video.
Director Gabriel Bier Gislason's Attachment is an unapologetically mixed-culture, lesbian love (and horror) story that deserves your attention.
Avi Federgreen’s Indiecan Entertainment has just announced the launch of its new international sales division, Indiecan International, just in time for the European Film Market in Berlin.
The debut feature film from Mexican filmmaker Michelle Garza Cevera begs the question: what if it turns out that motherhood not only sucks but threatens to literally destroy you?