Following Jason across New Jersey, New York, Ohio, and Hell, this list provides the ultimate ranking for every entry in the series.
Sometimes, the scariest things in life are more than what meets the eye.
Blumhouse and Prime Video’s “Totally Killer” is totally rad! The horror-comedy is self-aware but doesn’t take itself too seriously despite its refreshing charm.
“The Blind” continues what other faith-based films have done this year by advancing the genre and providing a quality movie.
Lee Roy Kunz gives viewers a twisted, unholy world with solid jump scares but a few pitfalls that could have been improved.
During the promotional trail for The Great Escaper, Caine was interviewed and seemed flummoxed when he was questioned about intimacy coordinators on movie sets.
Whenever one thinks of a Disney classic, one of the first things that pops up in their mind is the villain – be it because of their design or their psychology. Here’s a comprehensive explanation.
Tim Burton’s spooky comedy “Beetlejuice” (1988) has long been a fan favorite feature. A sequel is in the works, but continued upheaval in the industry has halted the nearly finished film in its tracks.
Months after assault allegations against him surfaced, “Wednesday” actor Percy Hynes White has reportedly been taken out of season 2.
The seventh installment of the Scream franchise now has its director: Happy Death Day’s Christopher Landon.