Steven Sheil looks at why people watch and make horror films, and the profound emotions and questions that are inherently rooted in the genre.
Jim Hemphill bangs the drum for Michael Goi's Megan is Missing, the one found-footage movie he thinks is worth a damn.
Ted Geoghegan pays tribute to the late Godfather of Gore, an unabashed fan of sleaze and goofy ultraviolence – and a born entertainer.
Recorded live at Soho House, one of the great living genre directors in conversation with the creator of the 2016's latest horror sensation.
Zach Clark details why the inexplicably similar rehash of the 2002 cult hit just doesn't cut it.
The director of an indie horror classic shares his appreciation for a new classic – and explains why it made him want to punch a kitten in the balls.
The holidays are a perfect setting for a horror film, but is this piece of seasonal cinema a turkey or a cracker?
The Splat Pack director recalls the October haunted house trips and scary movie nights that as a kid connected him with a love of the macabre.
Del Toro's new movie, a gothic chiller which is both personal and commercial, underlines how horror movies ain't what they used to be.
After more than half a decade away, the Splat Pack director returns with a disgusting, vile, morally dubious cannibal movie. Yes, it's that good.