Lives intertwine in tragedy across a city in a modern fairy tale
Roberta Findlay's 1985 shocker TENEMENT came along at the beginning of the crack epidemic. Hard not to see the commentary about a city crumbling around her.
Bear v. one tough woman in the wilderness. Who'll emerge victorious?
Alexandre Aja's remake of the 1970s Wes Craven original has big, scary, political balls.
A list of home invasion horror to rattle your bones while you're home alone on spooky October nights
Although it's too similar to the first movie and not as different as the third, CHILD'S PLAY 2 has its genuine slasher moments.
CURTAINS portrays the horrific industry in which actresses must fight against one another to get roles— to the point of bloody murder!
MUTE WITNESS is an expertly crafted '90s horror-thriller, and it never once lets go of its grip on the viewer.
Curtis Harrington's NIGHT TIDE is a story of loneliness, psychological damage, and the terror of loving someone from a vastly different world.
John McTiernan's debut NOMADS bridges past and present— a Gothic horror set in LA, where evil spirits/bikers lurk.
MANDY is a gorgeous, mad hellscape of '80s terror, revenge, astrology, and more.
James Foley's 1996 film FEAR is an example of the damage men do when they treat women and girls like property.