Actress-screenwriter Jill Awbrey shares her personal journey with the #MeToo movement and how it led to her writing her new movie, Held.
When writer-director Terrie Samundra made her feature debut, she ignored the age-old adage about not working with children and animals ...
Writer-director Graham Swon shines a light on Leslie Megahey's vastly underseen "indirect horror" movie, a lost BBC gem from 1979.
Julia Marchese on how being an outsider and her love of Stephen King led to her latest project, a film version of King's story “I Know What You Need.”
Actress turned writer-director Romola Garai on motherhood and making her feature debut with the forthcoming horror film Amulet.
In the second part of his Driftless Significance video essay series, Benjamin Shearn looks at horror's departure from its classical roots.
Benjamin Shearn kicks off his new video essay series, Driftless Significance, by pondering an enduring obsession that started with Scanners.
Swallow’s writer-director Carlo Mirabella-Davis charts his journey from perpetually terrified child to maker of psychological horror movies.
Horror director Richard Stanley on the legacy of H. P. Lovecraft, the emergence of a post-truth religion, and his new film, Color Out of Space.
Anna Roisman goes out on a (Halloween-themed) limb for the much-maligned Paris Hilton horror, which actually has pretty great production values ...