French horror is weird. But amazing. And always a trip. These three films are the epitome of what French horror is capable of:
It’s true: most horror movies I’ve seen that incorporate dance as an integral aspect of the plot stuck with me.
Released in 1992, Candyman still holds up today. It’s as relevant as ever, and its planned sequel is more than necessary.
Most of us watch horror movies for one reason: to get scared. But how far is too far? These are some of my favorite horror movies that, for a variety of reasons, were deemed too disturbing and ultimately got banned:
Found footage refers to the subgenre of discovering “lost” video of an event. Stick around for these underrated found footage thrillers:
Haven’t heard of it? I don’t blame you. Here is my ode to Ice Cream Man, and why it deserves a second chance.
These unique slashers turn the subgenre on its head in the best way possible. I’ve never seen anything like them:
For some films, the reality is surprisingly scarier than the fiction.
“Horror comedy” is a personal favorite subgenre of mine. These are my top 5 favorites.
Guillermo del Toro’s The Devil’s Backbone is, all things considered, the best ghost story to hit the big screen.