Sean S. Cunningham's slasher 'Friday the 13th' is celebrating its 40th anniversary this week. Its effect on the horror genre defined the 1980s.
Guillermo del Toro has again penned the story for the 'Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark' sequel.
German actor Dieter Laser shot to fame for his role as psychotic surgeon Dr Heiter in the controversial, cult horror movie.
David F. Sandberg has returned to his horror roots with the terrifying three-minute film 'Shadowed'.
Director Yeon Sang-ho's follow-up to the surprise zombie hit has certainly upped the ante with the undead.
Yeon Sang-ho teased that 'Peninsula' will be a much bigger zombie thriller than its 2016 predecessor.
'Final Destination' producer Craig Perry has lifted the lid on the upcoming return of the horror franchise.
It’s not clear whether it will be a direct sequel to the four-film franchise, or a fresh start for the series.
Universal made a change to one of the movie's more violent scenes in order to avoid 'The Invisible Man' getting an 18 rating.
Jason Blum has reassured horror fans that controversy has not softened 'The Hunt', as it prepares to finally hit cinemas.
The 'Color Out of Space' director hopes his new take on 'The Island of Dr. Moreau' will banish the demons of the disastrous 1996 version.
Can a movie really be cursed? A new documentary series for horror streamer Shudder delves into the truth behind the myth.
Richard Stanley is back in the director's chair for H.P. Lovecraft adaptation 'Color Out of Space', with Nicolas Cage proving an acting force of nature.
The film's writer-director Leigh Whannell and actor Oliver Jackson-Cohen couldn't help but praise the 'Handmaid's Tale' star either.
Jason Blum is keen to reassure 'Halloween' fans that the next movie will do more than just set up next year's 'Halloween Ends'.
Cult 80s horror 'The Lost Boys' is back in UK cinemas, so it's time to take a look at its cast members and find out what they did next.
Leigh Whannell's 'The Invisible Man' seems to have emerged like a phoenix from the ashes of the Dark Universe.
Cinema’s creepiest genre has yielded its fair share of riches in 2019, from the box office dynamite of Stephen King’s killer clown through to the gore-soaked determination of Samara Weaving’s bride in Ready or Not.This year has yielded ghost stories, animal attacks and even a possessed dress, in one of the most varied, diverse horror periods in many years.Here are the best scary offerings from 2019, based on UK release dates.Read more:Most incredible actor transformations of 2019Best horror films of 2018What happens to your brain when you watch a horror film?
Leigh Whannell has created a new take on 'The Invisible Man', in which Elisabeth Moss plays a survivor of abuse battling the spectre of her ex.