Most people watch horror movies to scare themselves silly. For comedian Anita Flores, it’s a little more complicated.
Horror director Simon addresses the alligator in the room: how Alexandre Aja's movie is a creature feature for the ages.
The Sonata's writer-director examines the roots of how fascination with deviating wildly from portrayals of everyday life in his films.
Patrick Lussier on his thematic preoccupation with paranoia, both in his new movie Trick and in two longstanding favorites.
As his latest opus, Depraved hits theaters, indie horror maestro Larry Fessenden takes a moment to remind himself exactly why he makes movies.
Shannon Plumb braves her first horror movie in two decades, and ponders how a beloved comic figure became an icon of evil.
Steven Sheil looks at why people watch and make horror films, and the profound emotions and questions that are inherently rooted in the genre.