French horror is weird. But amazing. And always a trip. These three films are the epitome of what French horror is capable of:
Is it a bit messed up to look at these killers as sexy? Maybe, but who can blame us?
It’s true: most horror movies I’ve seen that incorporate dance as an integral aspect of the plot stuck with me.
Cults in horror can either go really well or really bad.
Released in 1992, Candyman still holds up today. It’s as relevant as ever, and its planned sequel is more than necessary.
Found footage refers to the subgenre of discovering “lost” video of an event. Stick around for these underrated found footage thrillers:
Southern Gothic is a flavor of horror that many would recognize, but maybe not seek out.
Let’s talk about the biggest book superstore left in the midst of America’s digital revolution: Barnes and Noble. Barnes and Noble has a history of offering great priced books and frequent discounts. Yet, their horror section, up until recently, did not exist.
These unique slashers turn the subgenre on its head in the best way possible. I’ve never seen anything like them: