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Horror Movie News: Alexandre Aja and Sam Raimi are teaming up for “Crawl”.
Hurricanes! Florida wildlife gone wild! The blood and guts promise of Aja! Let’s do this, Paramount!
Horror Movie News: Hereditary Trailer is Accidentally Shown Before Peter Rabbit
Families in Perth were treated to a trailer for the scariest movie of the generation. Shock, Awe, and a lot of crying were involved!
Horror Movie News: Halloween “Hella Scary”
In a nice little bit of yet-to-be-witnessed self-promotion, THE Jamie Lee Curtis declares the new Halloween film to be “Hella […]
Horror Movie News: New Suspiria (2018) footage unveiled at Cinema Con
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.
Horror Movie News: A Quiet Place Sequel has been Green Lit
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 Scariest Things Podcast Extra: The Overlook Film Festival Wrap
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!
The Scariest Things Podcast at the Overlook Film Festival Day 3: The Canon Live Podcast… and a vist with Udo Kier.
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 Extra!: An Interview with St. Agatha Director Darren Lynn Bousman
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.
The Scariest Things at the Overlook Film Festival: Day 2 Feature Films: The Farm, St. Agatha, and Blood Fest
Some gruesome hillbilly horror, a nunsploitation final girl film, and a goofy genre self-referential body count movie made up my Friday experience.
The Scariest Things at the Overlook Film Festival: Day 2: The Short Films
Good things come in short packages! There were some great short films in this year’s Overlook Film Festival. Read on!
The Scariest Things at The Overlook Film Festival: Day 1
We’re just getting started in the Big Easy… the first two movies are in the bank. This is the premier […]
Horror Movie News: R. Lee Ermey (1944-2018)
The booming-voiced drill sergeant passed away from complications due to Pneumonia on Monday. One of the great “that guy” character actors is gone.
Horror Movie News: Behind the Scenes of A Quiet Place
Are you obsessed with A Quiet Place? For those of you in love with the making of movies, you can see John Krasinski at work making the film.
Horror Movie News: The MEG Trailer!
Jason Statham’s latest movie, the Meg, features a 75 foot prehistoric shark. The baddest, most dangerous thing in the ocean in thousands of years! And, the shark is pretty mean too.
Horror Movie News: Rotten Tomatoes asks – When Do You Show Your Monster?
Change what you think you know! Rotten Tomatoes has come up with some interesting data that defies some long-held beliefs […]
Horror Movie News: The Overlook Filmfest Schedule
The Scariest Things is hitting the road. What a treat the Overlook Filmfest is gonna be! Eric is heading to New Orleans… and it’s got a fantastic slate of films!
Happy birthday, Roger Corman!
So many movies! And some were even good…
Horror Movie News: The House With a Clock in the Walls Trailer
Could this be the next great starter horror movie?
Horror Movie News: Unsane Trailer
I’m not crazy! I swear! This intense thriller is arriving soon to a theater near you. Stephen. Soderbergh. Shooting an […]
The Scariest Things: Three Months and Three Thousand Viewers!
Our little website has reached 3,000 viewers! Who’d a thunk it?
Horror Movie News: Movies too scary to Finish, According to Netflix
Scaredy cat notice! Netflix’s internal tracking data has figured out what scary movies people are having to bail out of, after renting them.
Horror Movie News: Get Excited for A Quiet Place
Early Review buzz from SXSW has multiple critics raving about the John Krasinski’s hush-hush tale of a family trying to survive in a place infested by monsters, by being as quiet as they can.
Horror Movie News: Cold Skin Opens June 1
Look out! The fishpocalypse is a-comin’!
Horror Movie News: Oscar Roundup: A win for Get Out… Tobe Hooper left out of In Memoriam.
It was a good night for Get Out and The Shape of Water, but there was a noticeable omission in the In Memoriam section of the Oscars.
Horror Movie News: The Endless Trailer
The much-ballyhooed indie UFO cult film gets its limited release on April 6. The Scariest Things crew weighs in… The Stars are Right!
Horror Movie News: The Strangers: Prey at Night Opens March 9
Trailer park home invasion by masked strangers! Hmmm… kinda been there, done that. Wait, did you say Christina Hendricks is in it? OK, I’m in!
The Scariest Things Goes to the Oscars Part II: Horror Film Nomination Snubs
With the Oscars a mere week away, it’s time to recognize that the horror genre often gets consistently locked out of the big Hollywood party. Here is an all-time list of the films and people who should have been nominated for each Academy category.
Horror Movie News: Teddy Bears are for Lovers to get a Big Screen Treatment! (Full 2016 Short Film Included)
It’s a Teddy Bear home invasion! So cuddly, and yet… so dangerous!
Horror Movie News: Fangoria Magazine is Back From the Dead!
The old warhorse horror fanzine, which disappeared from magazine racks in 2017 will return in both print and digital form.