What can be more terrifying than a murderous clown, like Stephen King’s ‘It’? Possessed children, of course.
Halloween may have come and gone, but if you’re still in the mood to be scared stiff then these films should do the trick.
With less than two weeks until Halloween, here are five movies bound to make the hair stand up on the back of your neck.
Earlier this week, Netflix released a trailer for its upcoming horror series, ‘The Haunting of Bly Manor’. Creepy dolls – yep, they’re here.
From the twisted, brilliant mind of Jordan Peele (that’s a track record of ‘Get Out’ and ‘Us’ to go on) comes a sequel to the 1992 classic, which was also called ‘Candyman’.
Technically, this isn’t a remake of the 2004 movie starring Sarah Michelle Gellar, but rather a ‘re-imagining’ of a 2002 Japanese-American horror movie, ‘Ju-On: The Grudge’.
Horror movies are notorious for killing off the black person in the group first, but what would happen if the entire cast was black?
We have only just entered February, and already critics have pinned down what could be this year’s most horrifying film.
Horror movies thrive off buzz, which is what the peeps who made the original Blair Witch Project lucked out on. So how does this compare?
It was the movie that made you dread the phone ringing even more than usual, and now it’s getting a 2016 makeover. I won’t be watching alone.