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 ...
Producer-turned-director Travis Stevens on how a real haunted house inspired his new horror movie about toxic masculinity.
The director of Satanic Panic on the directing Johns – Carpenter, Hughes, Cameron Mitchell and Waters – who have influenced her work.
As she develops new feature projects, writer-director Vashti Anderson wonders, are female filmmakers being given the chance to take risks too?
Director Emma Tammi delves into the theme of isolation at the heart of her new film, The Wind, and her documentary about the 2016 Election.
Darren Lynn Bousman, whose new film St. Agatha is in theaters now, on how his son Henry altered his perspective on life and art.