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Is an Unsettling Up-Is-Down Horror Tale
Riley Keough plays a survivor of a death cult in the new film from the directors of
Ethan Hawke, Toni Collette, and
Win at 2018 Gotham Awards
A big night for
Oscar Futures: Can
The Front Runner
Come Back From Its Election Day Drubbing?
Jason Reitman’s Gary Hart biopic opened on Election Day, a time when its intended audience was glued to the couch.
best of 2018
The Best Horror Movies of 2018 (So Far)
The humans are scarier than the monsters.
a closer look
What Does Fear Sound Like?
We talk to five horror-movie composers about designing some of the scariest scores of 2018.
Explaining the End of
What was going on with those decapitations?
Let’s Talk About the Scene With the Car in
The story behind one of 2018’s most shocking onscreen moments.
Toni Collette on
the Wildest Movie of Her Career
“I fucking love this movie, and I hate my agent for sending it.”
Director Ari Aster Answers His ‘Upsetting’ Film’s Burning Questions
Think of it as a nightmare unfolding “from the perspective of the sacrificial lambs.”
No Kids Were (Permanently) Hurt While Filming
“There’s actually this great video of me on my phone limping to my trailer,” says star Alex Wolff.
Toni Collette Gets the Worst Inheritance Ever in
Writer-director Ari Aster’s debut film is
horrible — cruel to the point of invasiveness.
summer preview 2018
and 11 More Horror Movies We Can’t Wait to Watch This Summer
Will anything be scarier than Toni Collette?
John Early Finally Gave Toni Collette the Collage He Made Her As a 12-Year-Old
“THANKYOU SOOOO MUCH!!!”
Watch the First Trailer for
, Sundance’s Biggest Horror Hit
Toni Collette and Gabriel Byrne star in this dark family thriller.
How Scary Is
, This Year’s Horror Hit at Sundance?
Prepare to be thoroughly creeped out.