Critics are calling it "'The Room' of horror anthologies."
Nobody set out to make one of this decade's most influential styles of game. It just happened. What's next?
A shoe full of nails! Levitation! Inexplicable and copious amounts of blood! Eek!
'Gylt' tries to be charming, but it's a game promising scares and stealth, while delivering on neither.
"Oh boy, I need to wash up after that!"
Warning: Heartbreak within.
Flashlight? Check. Camcorder? Check. Good boy? Check.
"If I come up with a terrific horror film story, I will do that as my tenth film."
"Both films are about family," Aster says in a new making-of clip.
The villain in 'Crawl' is a giant alligator, but the real threat is that of impending ecological collapse.
On its 20th anniversary, we talk to the filmmakers and actors behind the phenomenon that inspired the DIY horror genre.
The game's future is bleak amid the fallout from a joke about China's president in its original release.