The Games and Guts staff formulated this list of 15 movies that they deemed worthy of the “scariest of all time” title. Vote for your pick!
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.
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.
Horror is best known for flying solo in its pursuits of terror. However, when combined with the awesome power of these other genres, it can create some of the most memorable pieces of media ever.
King’s novels are notorious for being difficult to turn into movies. So what made Netflix think they could take on the task of turning a novella into a full length movie?
For some films, the reality is surprisingly scarier than the fiction.
With the number of movies made and released every year, it’s not surprising that a couple of them aren’t exactly top tier.
I would like to revisit Outlast, the game that preluded two more games with the same gruesome elements. Also, I’ve never finished it.
Guillermo del Toro’s The Devil’s Backbone is, all things considered, the best ghost story to hit the big screen.