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Waylon Jordan

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Waylon Jordan is a lifelong fan of genre fiction and film especially those with a supernatural element. He firmly believes that horror reflects collective fears of society and can be used as a tool for social change.
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Neil Biswas’s ‘Darkness Visible’ is a Visually Stunning Indian Horror Film

Darkness Visible, a new horror film from director Neil Biswas, takes place at the intersection of two cultures. Ronnie (Jez...

Horror in Black and White: ‘Les Diaboliques’ (1955)

The year was 1955, and American audiences were riding the wave of suspense created by Alfred Hitchcock with Rear Window and To Catch a Thief. Little...

Amazon Sets’Good Omens’ Premiere Date, Casts Benedict Cumberbatch as Satan

Neil Gaiman gave fans exactly what they wanted Wednesday at the National Critics Associations winter press tour with casting news and a...

DiCaprio, Scorsese Adapting H.H. Holmes Story for Hulu

It seems like Devil in the White City, a book by Erik Larson about infamous American serial killer H.H. Holmes has been in development hell forever,...

Octavia Spencer is Terrifying in the New Trailer for Blumhouse’s ‘MA’

Just in time to save you from the mid-week blues, Blumhouse has released a trailer for its new psychological horror film MA.

The Graveyard Shift Sisters Have Created ‘The Horror Noire Syllabus’

Fans of both the book and Shudder exclusive documentary Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror prepare to expand your minds even further because Ashlee Blackwell of Graveyard...

Shudder to Launch ‘Cursed Films’ Docu-Series

Everyone's favorite creepy streaming service is taking us behind the scenes of the most infamously haunted movie sets in a brand new...

Dee Wallace Joins the Cast of Meta-Slasher ’13 Fanboy’

Deborah Voorhees' is on a serious roll with casting for her film 13 Fanboy. Last week, they announced the Corey Feldman would be...

Horror in Black and White: ‘The Bat’ (1959)

A mysterious old house, a masked killer, a $1 million theft, and a best-selling mystery novelist converge in 1959's The Bat...