Keep Portland Weird! And Scary! The Portland Horror Film Festival is going to take off in two stages... May 21, and then later from June 13-16. The Scariest Things will be there!
Doom comes to your TV Set! The Stephen King TV-verse will premiere on July 25.
Revisiting the first piece of Infographics on The Scariest Things website, this fantastic graphic will get you ready for the TV series Castle Rock, which just got a release date of July 25!
Hurricanes! Florida wildlife gone wild! The blood and guts promise of Aja! Let's do this, Paramount!
Families in Perth were treated to a trailer for the scariest movie of the generation. Shock, Awe, and a lot of crying were involved!
Calling Mike Campbell! Director Luca Guadagnino (Call Me By Your Name) is doing a grotesque and gnarly update to the 1977 Dario Argento Classic, featuring Dakota Johnson and Tilda Swinton.
As with all super-successful low budget horror movies, A Quiet Place is getting a sequel. Is this a good thing or a bad thing?
The Overlook Film Festival has come to a close, and Eric had the time of his life. New Orleans was the perfect setting for a spooky festival loaded with the best that independent horror had to offer. Listen in for a preview of films that are coming your way soon!
★★★★1/2 out of ★★★★★ An ambitious Sci-fi action thriller that learns all the right lessons from its precedent source material. Upgrade is what the Robocop reboot should have been. It's a smart, violent, and kinetic parable of the risks of merging flesh with technology.
Amy Nicholson's Canon Podcast was on hand to record a debate as to whether the Exorcist of the Exorcist III deserved to be in the canon of great films. Eric got to weigh in with his opinion... listen in! Plus a fun encounter with a genre film legend!
The Scariest Things Podcast hits the road with this EXCLUSIVE interview with THE Darren Bousman at the Overlook Film Festival. Intrepid podcaster, Eric Li, sits down with famed horror director Darren Bousman to talk about the world premiere of his new flick, St. Agatha and all things horror.
Some gruesome hillbilly horror, a nunsploitation final girl film, and a goofy genre self-referential body count movie made up my Friday experience.
Good things come in short packages! There were some great short films in this year's Overlook Film Festival. Read on!
We’re just getting started in the Big Easy… the first two movies are in the bank. This is the premier...
What is too horrifying to handle? Even the most hard-edged horror fan has her or his limits. Check out our Scary Meter and find out what your horror limits are!