The Disturbing Sci-Fi Sex Scene from 'Splice' Is a Reminder Not to Mess with DNA
Recent research into human-animal hybrids raises the question: Have none of these scientists seen the 2009 film 'Splice'?
My House Is Scary and Disgusting, Just the Way I Like It
Filling my home with blood, bones, and mutant specimens in jars helped me make sense of being called a monster all my life.
We Conclude Our Four-Part Purge With The Surprising 'The First Purge'
Four movies into a horror series, things are usually pretty bleak. But in finally turning its attention to marginalized folk and their plight, 'The First Purge' comes away with a lot say.
The 50 Scariest Moments in Horror
Because we'd like to feel scared without having to sit through 'The Exorcist' or 'Hereditary' again.
Our Purge Rewatch Continues With the Punisher-esque 'The Purge: Anarchy'
The slightly less white sequel to the surprisingly political genre thriller also happens to star Michael K. Williams, and it's amazing.
The 'Suspiria' Remake Recognizes the Terrifying Power of Mothers
We spoke to 'Call Me by Your Name' director, Luca Guadagnino about his reimagining of Dario Argento's cult classic.
My Spider-Filled Airbnb Is the New ‘Hereditary’
I’m a grown-ass woman who leans into my own phobias and I don’t care who knows.
13 Netflix Horror Movies and Shows That'll Scare the Shit Out of You
Say goodbye to sleeping with both eyes closed after watching these downright terrifying films and tv shows on Netflix right now.
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'Hereditary' Has an Etsy Store and It's Disturbing as Hell
Want to buy some terrifying dolls?
The 17 Best Horror Movies on Netflix Right Now
Scare yourself stupid with our objective selection of the best horror films on Netflix.
Being Afraid of Horror Movies Helped John Krasinski Direct 'A Quiet Place'
'The Office' actor tells us how frightening it was to make his directing debut.
This Rape-Revenge Horror Film Is Still Being Discussed 40 Years Later
Siskel and Ebert called 'I Spit on Your Grave' the worst movie of 1980, but Meir Zarchi’s infamous film isn't going away anytime soon.