Darren Lynn Bousman, whose new film St. Agatha is in theaters now, on how his son Henry altered his perspective on life and art.
The Strange Ones director Radcliff singles out AMC's period drama-horror, a show that managed to both surprise and inspire him.
Pariselli delves into what 2017's #Babawise meme truly means, and suggests the villain of a forgotten horror gem as a prime candidate for reclamation.
Steven Sheil on the new movie Mom & Dad, his own film of the same name, and why horror movies about parents are so effective.
Adam Baran on Better Watch Out, which is to toxic masculinity what Get Out is to racism. And it's a Christmas movie too!
Jim Hemphill is surprised to find the latest Blumhouse joint is legitimately great, and wonders if a golden age of horror is imminent.
Shannon Plumb braves her first horror movie in two decades, and ponders how a beloved comic figure became an icon of evil.
Jim Hemphill makes the case for Daniel Waters' subversive summer camp movie, a film that has never been recognized for its unsettling brilliance.
A wildly sumptuous feast for the senses, the undervalued sequel is due for the same critical reevaluation as Sorcerer.
Stephen Winter distracts himself from the horror of political goings on by indulging in the first film by a major new voice in American cinema.