The upcoming film, “Mothman”, set to be released sometime this summer, focuses on the Mothman legend of West Virginia.
“Bone Tomahawk” brings together an interesting mix of various genres such as westerns, horror, dark comedy, and adventure.
The horror fiction anthology series, “Love, Death, + Robots” (2019) is set to make its return on Netflix later this month.
Horror tries to make everyday life horrific, that is essentially what makes horror films, books, and games so scary.
The indie horror film “The Yellow Wallpaper” which debuted at the 2021 Cinequest Film Festival is available on digital services as of March 29th, 2022.
Over the years, Hulu has been releasing several horror films that have left viewers wanting more. This is no different from the latest film released, “Fresh”.
With few horror films focusing on the lore of the werewolf, “The Beast Must Die” brings together horror, comedy, and mystery.
It has been almost a hundred years since “The ABC Murders” (1936) was published, the themes presented throughout the novel continue to be seen in modern mysteries and horrors.
With “The Invisible Man” being released almost ninety years ago, some may wonder how it’s still relevant and why it is still loved.
“If It Bleeds” packs together vintage King horror themes with their own strangely unsettling twists that will leave any reader satisfied yet wanting more.