Everyone has that one cinematic brawl that sticks with him or her.
Cinematic scarecrows have come a long way since "The Wizard of Oz," but some of them might still be looking for a brain... maybe even yours.
In the horror genre, there are places where no one dreams of going; places where your dreams and life will be destroyed. Let's take a look at some of the worst towns in horror movies, sure to make you feel grateful for your own uneventful living situation.
What's more terrifying than an individual who can convince an entire group of people to follow one belief? The people within the group, whose views are so extreme that they are willing to do whatever it takes to fulfill a prophecy.
For some fans, the covers for R.L. Stine's beloved children's horror books are the best part, so we've collected ten of the most ridiculously awesome examples of cover art from the original "Goosebumps" series.
With the growing popularity of Video on Demand, if you do miss the DVD release/re-release of a noteworthy horror title, you may not be forced to pay an outrageous amount of cash to add it to your collection.
We're launching a new segment that rounds up some lesser-known trivia from your favorite horror films, and for this installment we're setting our sights on the 1996 Wes Craven classic.
Pop-culture-savvy '90s animated series loved to drop references to everything from horror classics to '80s slashers. Here are ten memorable examples!
As patrons of the cinema, we are frequently attracted to the oxymoronic, and things that are not easily quantifiable. This is especially the case with movie characters so hideously deformed or badly misshapen that they circle back around to being cute.
Many minimalist poster designs aren't trying to outdo the originals, but manage to communicate an effective message with just one central theme and lots of negative space. Here are five of our favorites (and one non-genre runner-up)!