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The Hole

From director Joe Dante comes a 3D thriller that explores the fears and secrets buried deep within the human mind. After movi… Read More

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For children of the ’80s, Joe Dante is a king among men. The cult director got his start on films like “The Howling,” “Piranha” and “Twilight Zone: The Movie” (alongside Spielberg, Landis and George Miller) before breaking out with the… Continue reading Joe Dante, 'The Hole' Director On New Horror, '80s Favorites And More 'Gremlins'

For some odd reason in past fall movie seasons, there has been a surprising dearth of horror movies. Does Hollywood not know how Halloween works? Thankfully it looks… Continue reading Fall Movie Preview 2012: Horror

The (old) gang’s almost all here for the new season of American Horror Story!

Creator Ryan Murphy announced via Twitter on Wednesday that Frances Conroy will join season one vets like Jessica Lange, Zachary Quinto, Evan Peters and Lily Rabe in the new version dubbed Asylum.

“Thrilled to announce Emmy nominee Frances Conroy is returning to AHS,” Murphy tweeted. “Devils and angels… Continue reading Frances Conroy returns to ‘American Horror Story’

In this weekend’s “The Possession,” a young girl buys an antique box at a yard sale, unaware that it is actually a Dybbuk Box, a container from Jewish folklore that is used to house an ancient evil spirit. She begins exhibiting Linda Blair-in-“The Exorcist”-style tendencies and at one point, a hand crawls up from the back of her mouth. The movie’s hype has been based around the fact that it… Continue reading Horror Movies 'Based on a True Story': Did They Actually Take Place In Real Life?

  • “The Nightmare Before Christmas” (Henry Selick, 1993)

    Arguably, the recent scary animated movie renaissance can be directly traced back to this single Tim Burton/Henry Selick collaboration, which began as a poem (and, later, developed as a television special) when Burton was still a lowly Disney animator in the early eighties. (Its lack of forward momentum would contribute largely to Burton leaving the studio to become one of the biggest directors