Ten years after its release, Sam Raimi’s return to Evil Dead-like horror remains a gory good time.
Octavia Spencer reunites with the director of The Help, and this time she’s serving worse things than a “chocolate pie”.
Michael Dougherty’s entry in the Americanized kaiju franchise is frightfully brain-dead, even for a summer blockbuster.
Netflix’s newest in horror is a twisty gorefest that only misses a few notes.
James Gunn produces a lean, mean, messy genre exercise that supposes Superman was more Damien than Clark Kent.
The Mad Queen rears her fire-breathing head in a visually stunning, but narratively baffling penultimate episode.
Westeros finds itself divided on who should lead it, in a frustrating feature-length episode that walks back vital character development.
A bat-crap crazy home invasion thriller, The Intruder spices up its hokey script and brain-dead characters with a bug-eyed turn from Dennis Quaid.
The war between the living and the dead reaches its apex in the long-awaited, but fairly boilerplate, climax of Game of Thrones.
Chambers, the latest supernatural drama from Netflix, is gorgeously shot, but its tale of a haunted heart transplant loses the script pretty quickly.
Brienne gets knighted, Arya checks something off her bucket list, and Dany reckons with Jon’s parentage in another leadup to Game of Thrones’ big battle.
With “Winterfell”, Game of Thrones starts its final season with a reorienting premiere, complicating alliances and setting up conflicts.
We interview the Starfish director about making his first feature, paying homage to a close friend, the film’s Silent Hill nods, and more.
Comparisons to A Quiet Place are the least of the problems in this cheesy, poorly paced apocalyptic horror film.
Emma Tammi’s directorial debut stumbles a bit in its supernatural aspects, but the horror Western has plenty of creepy atmosphere to spare.
The Wind director sits down for a podcast interview to talk about her feature debut’s feminist horror deconstruction of the Western.
Initially faithful to the source material, Kevin Kolsch and Dennis Widmyer’s take on the Stephen King classic goes in a new and creepier direction.
RELAXER’s director sits down to talk about video games and the horrors of Y2K.