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.
Sometimes the only thing worse than a chainsaw-wielding psychopath… is that psychopath's family.
Countless horror films fall into the ‘underrated’ category for one reason or another, and because we love a good underdog story, we're showing our appreciation by highlighting five of our favorite under-appreciated titles.
It's been quite a bountiful season for insane, terrifying and sometimes hilarious Halloween video pranks. Here are five of our favorites!
The scariest thing about the arachnid apocalypse is that the evidence is all around us. Here are the most skin-crawling spider stories making news lately.
Today we shine the spotlight on a handful of horror titles that may have passed you by... but are most certainly worth your time.
The ultra-violent films of the New French Extremity are a bit of an acquired taste, but with a little exposure to this subcategory of filmmaking, the features contained within are very enjoyable; they take no prisoners and definitely make a statement.
Since "World War Z" has such firm roots in classic zombie lore, it’s worth asking: which groundbreaking works in the history of zombie films, TV shows, and video games most influenced this massive summer hit?
In celebration of our favorite childhood creeps and chills, we've put together a list of some of children’s television’s most landmark frights.
Since Mondo Macabro's rerelease of the newly restored Countess Perverse — presenting the original director's cut of the near-lost film for the first time — we've