The trailer and release for Netflix’s new Apostle is here and you need to be stoked. EVANS! STEVENS! Cults and murder, oh my, this is going to be a good one.
The much anticipated sequel to sleeper hit Hell House LLC is right around the corner, straight from the good folks at Shudder.
Explore the fantastic options of the new R.I.P. tour at Universal Hollywood this Fall!
A fresh spin on an age old horror genre, Better Off Zed is a romantic comedy that proposes a crazy idea: maybe an army of the undead is a nice reprieve from life.
Shudder forges ahead with Joe Bob specials and series, continually proving they’re the true horror fans service.
The new Christmas zombie musical (whoa, that’s a genre bender I never knew I wanted) Anna and the Apocalypse releases it’s first full trailer.
Universal Halloween Horror Nights reveals some of the set pieces from the Stranger Things maze headed to Hollywood, Orlando and SIngapore.
Mischa Barton looks to make herself the direct-to-video scream queen with another horror flick, this time Uncork’d Entertainment’s The Basement.
Well Go USA looks to continue a solid track record with the creator of Punk’d branching into horror with Afraid.
Equal parts Ghostbusters and Supernatural, Exorsisters charms (see what I did there) with early issue previews.
CBS Films has announced the cast for Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark and IT HAS US WAY EXCITED.
RLJE picks up the Christmas horror anthology All The Creatures Were Stirring and we are full of joy and mirth.
God damn I love horror. A haunted RV is after Mischa Barton and Denise Richards. You can’t get this anywhere else.
New contributing writer Danny Cohen has an eclectic list of horror anime, from subtle to outright frightening, that you need to read and then find.
Twenty six years later and Are You Afraid of the Dark? is still a cult classic and favorite amongst nineties kids. Check out our list of every season’s one episode you need to see!
Sure, the countdown to Halloween has begun, but that means we’re only a hop, skip and a jump away from another rightfully mined horror holiday: Christmas. Cool down your summer with this chilling list.