Die Nacht Der Creeps! There’s something about the Night of the Creeps in German that just makes it pinch creepier. […]
Robert’s Review: The Call of Cthulhu (2005)
★★★★★ out of ★★★★★
A silent, black & white labor of love. Iä! Iä! Cthulhu fhtagn!
The Scariest Things Shorts: The Fisherman (2015)
A hard-luck Hong Kong fisherman gets more than he bargained for, in his desperate last attempt to secure his way of life, in this impressive short film.
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.
movie posters we love: night of the blood beast (1958)
What?!?!? Was Alien the ultimate rip-off? Gestating aliens. Space travelers. Night of the Blood Beast has these things and more! […]
The Scariest Things Book Report: The Terror by Dan Simmons
An Epic Tragedy re-imagined as a battle against a supernatural beast as well as the polar elements, starvation, cannibalism, and treachery. Good times!
Movie Posters We Love: Eyeball (1975)
A stabbing nightmare becomes a living terror?!?!?! Come on! What’s not to love about the tagline alone. That’s just pure […]
Robert’s Review: Cold Skin (2017)
★★★ out of ★★★★★
Because who doesn’t love fish people?
Horror Movie News: Cold Skin Opens June 1
Look out! The fishpocalypse is a-comin’!
Eric’s Top Ten Horror Film Guilty Pleasures
Am I embarrassed that I like these movies so much? No! (yes)
Amy’s Book Review: The Ritual by Adam Nevill
★★★★ of ★★★★★
Adam Nevill’s The Ritual is as scary as its film counterpart.
The Scariest Things Podcast Episode XIII: Our Favorite Horror Actors and Actresses
Mike and Eric discuss our favorite actors and actresses of the genre. No one-and-doners here! Career horror stalwarts only!
Horror Shorts: The Birch (2016)
He who breaks me shall become undone!
From the Horror Starter -Kit short film studio Crypt TV comes an award winning story of a boy and his protector.
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 Infographics: The Horror Die Cut Collection
The spookiest paper dolls ever!
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!
Horror Shorts: The Cleansing Hour (2017)
A staged internet exorcism goes horribly wrong! Good luck with that, guys.
The Scariest Things Podcast Episode XII: The Greatest Horror Directors
Roger Corman, James Wan, George Romero, Alfred Hitchcock, Dario Argento, Steven Spielberg, Stanley Kubrick, Tobe Hooper, Jennifer Kent, Mario Bava, […]
Movie Posters We Love: The Descent (2006)
One of the better modern movie posters. One of the best horror films of the 2000’s.
Horror TV News: Ash vs. Evil Dead Season 3 kicks off this week!
AAAWWWWW YEAH! Willful stupidity plus demons = a great bloody time.
Movie Posters We Love: The Pit and the Pendulum (1961)
From the second of Roger Corman’s Poe Series… a Vincent Price classic!
Horror Infographics: The Horror Lover’s 30 day challenge
A fantastic primer on how to think about Horror Movies!
Robert’s Review: The Ritual (2017)
★★★★ out of ★★★★★
Repeat after me… Shortcuts are never a good idea.
Mike’s Review: the Crater Lake Monster (1977)
★★ out of ★★★★★ Ok…here’s the deal, this movie a) doesn’t really involve a monster, and b) isn’t filmed at Crater […]
Eric’s Review: Annihilation (2018)
★★★★ out of ★★★★★
A surreal and beautiful movie that is unlike anything you’ve likely ever seen… at least since 2001: A Space Odyssey.
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.
Robert’s Review: Selfie From Hell (2018)
★★ out of ★★★★★
Who knew the Dark Net was so confusing?
Horror Shorts: Lights Out (2016)
The trend-setting super scary short film that launched a million imitators.
Horror Shorts: He Dies At The End
Don’t click that button! Don’t do it!