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‘Brightburn’ Director Believes Superheroes Are Evil

The world has been trained to believe that when an otherworldly being, like E.T. or Superman, arrives on Earth in a spaceship, it’s a...

Nick Antosca Takes Us Inside Hulu’s ‘The Act’

The Act, a series that delves into the the horrifying real-life story of DeeDee and Gypsy Blanchard, debuts March 20, 2019 on...

Interview: Justin Min on Life, Death, and Family in Netflix’s ‘The Umbrella Academy’ [SPOILERS]

If you ask Justin Min what sets The Umbrella Academy, based on the Dark Horse comics written by Gerard Way of My...

[Interview] iHorror Talks Hauntings & Spirits With ‘The Amityville Murders’ Star – John Robinson.

John Robinson is making an impression with his performance as Ronald “Butch” DeFeo Jr. in Daniel Farrands’ The Amityville Murders. The film,...

Against the Tropes: Five Black Women in Horror Discuss Racism, Sexism, and More

Some of you may have recently read about Rachel True and her blatant omission from convention reunions for The Craft. The singular black...

[Interview] Director Darren Lynn Bousman Talks Villains, Horror, & ‘St. Agatha.’

St. Agatha, is the newest film by Director Darren Lynn Bousman (Saw II-IV, Abattoir, & The Tension Experience).  

A Return To 112 Ocean Avenue – An Interview With Diane Franklin.

Returning to 112 Ocean Avenue I am sure was a dream for Diane Franklin but one that most never thought would come...

“Would I Ever…” An Interview With ‘The Amityville Murders’ Director/Writer – Daniel Farrands.

I recently had the pleasure of interviewing filmmaker Daniel Farrands for his new film The Amityville Murders. Over the years Farrands has...

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[Interview] Robert Eggers on ‘The Lighthouse’: “We Wanted to Be Challenged”

Robert Eggers shocked audiences with his feature film debut, The Witch, and quickly became a name to watch for in the sphere of genre cinema....

October Movie Marathon: Grab Bag Week

Welcome back to our ongoing October movie marathon! This week's horror movie theme is Grab Bag Week. Anything goes here. October Movie Marathon: Grab Bag Why...

‘Zombieland: Double Tap’ Comes Up Short at the Box Office

Coming out the year before The Walking Dead juggernaut hit the airwaves, 2009's Zombieland preceded the oversaturation of the undead in pop culture that...

TADFF Review: ‘The Furies’ is a Brutal, Bloody, Battle Royale

From writer/director Tony D’Aquino, The Furies follows Kayla (Airlie Dodds, Killing Ground) as she wakes up alone, in a box, in the middle of...