There are many variations between The Haunting, the movie directed by Robert Wise in 1963 and The Haunting of Hill House, the novel written by Shirley Jackson and published in 1959. Some of the differences are minor, but easy to spot, and do nothing to detract from the plot. Other changes,...
A post-"Exorcist" Linda Blair stars in this 1981 haunted house/slasher hybrid, where a group of fraternity pledges have an unpleasant run-in with a hulking, homicidal mutation.
After a sudden underwater tremor sets free scores of the prehistoric man-eating fish, an unlikely group of strangers must band together to stop themselves from becoming fish food for the area's new razor-toothed residents.
It's certainly better than part 1! A semi-guilty pleasure.
In each film the audience is invited to see another aspect of the zombies and what they mean not only to the characters in the movie but also to the viewers and the world around them.
1981's cult classic "EVILSPEAK" is an early attempt at "cyber-horror," in which a nerdy military school cadet gets even with a little help from his computer... and Satan!
The best new horror movies come and go while other linger because they are so good. The themes range from evil clowns to mother's worse nightmare. I've put together a list of some great scary movies to watch.
Tucker and Dale vs Evil is a satire on psycho murderous hillbillies movies and is as good as Shaun of Dead was on zombies. Here is a list of few more horror comedies similar to Tucker and Dale vs Evil
This is my tribute to American horror films through the ages. The article will not be focused on any particular movies, but rather the category and its assorted styles of pulling out our deepest fears.
In honor of fall and Halloween being right around the corner, let's take a look as some freaky facts about Hollywood's favorite horror films.