The British actor explains why he prefers to explore his darker side on screen.
There are thrills aplenty as we line up the best films new to UK streaming this weekend.
With cinemas closed and studios experimenting with how to get movies out there, plenty of films have made their mark on 2020.
Yahoo's resident horror expert chooses his ten favourite entries in the genre from 2020.
It’s been a funny old year for cinema, but it hasn’t stopped the film world churning out some unforgettable movies in 2020.
We'll likely never get to see visionary director Guillermo Del Toro's take on Mary Shelley's gothic classic Frankenstein.
Plenty of family fun is coming to the streaming service in October, but it's also Halloween, so there are scares aplenty.
After he turned 'The Invisible Man' into a critical and commercial hit, Blumhouse is backing Leigh Whannell again.
From the most satisfying Oscar winner in years to terrifying horror and a virtuoso depiction of war as hell.
The Invisible Man star Storm Reid says her Euphoria character has much more to do in the second season of the HBO show.
The 'Invisible Man' star reveals how the 2020 horror film explores toxic relationships and reveals how the monster was made on screen.
"This is gonna be an adaptation called Dracula but it’s not the same kind of romantic hero that we’ve seen in the past."
Ryan Gosling has signed up to play the Wolfman in a new monster movie from Universal.
With cinemas closed, studios are looking to digital distribution to keep the movie world going.
Producer Jason Blum on the impact that the coronavirus pandemic will have on movie releases.
As cinemas around the world close in the wake of the coronavirus, Universal Pictures has smashed the theatrical window.
Universal is set to release brand new movies The Invisible Man and The Hunt early, as cinemas around the world close in the wake of the coronavirus.
Indie studio Blumhouse is set to follow its success with The Invisible Man reboot with a new Dracula movie.
Universal made a change to one of the movie's more violent scenes in order to avoid 'The Invisible Man' getting an 18 rating.
'The Invisible Man' star Elisabeth Moss and director Leigh Whannell go inside the film's clever stuntwork.
Australian director Leigh Whannell has thrown his weight behind the release of Zack Snyder’s cut of Justice League,
Get Out was a huge hit for both Universal Pictures and the indie studio Blumhouse.
The Elisabeth Moss-fronted picture is an adaptation of the classic sci-fi novel.
The British actor is set to play a "charming fellow" named Peter in the eagerly anticipated follow-up.
"The Invisible Man" writer-director Leigh Whannell and stars Elisabeth Moss, Oliver Jackson-Cohen and Storm Reid break down the horror film's allegorical messages.