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Horror

  1. reboots
    Final Destination Being Revived by Saw Writers, So the 2000s Are Extremely BackMarcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton will show you all the benign ways you can die.
  2. trailer mix
    Watch the First Trailer for Documentary Horror Noire: A History of Black HorrorBased on the book by Dr. Robin R. Means Coleman.
  3. vulture lists
    15 Movies to Get You Started With South Korean HorrorFrom Whispering Corridors to The Wailing.
  4. a closer look
    Director Sophia Takal Breaks Down the New Year, New You Interrogation Scene“I find women’s inhumanity toward one another extraordinarily upsetting and scary and horrific.”
  5. christmas horror
    How Silent Night, Deadly Night Inflamed a NationIn 1984, a grimy Santa slasher movie raised the ire of parents and film critics, scaring a multimedia conglomerate into pulling it from theaters.
  6. trailer mix
    New Year, New You Trailer Confirms Your Suspicion That Influencers Are MurderersFrom director Sophia Takal.
  7. vulture recommends
    Channel Zero Is the Scariest Horror Show You’re Not WatchingA rich, gorgeous, and astonishingly frightening anthology series.
  8. year in culture 2018
    10 Horror Films You Might Have Missed This YearIncluding The Ritual, The Domestics, and Are We Not Cats.
  9. best of 2018
    The 10 Best Horror Movies of 2018Women. Witches. Monsters. Vengeance.
  10. trailer mix
    Brightburn Trailer: Wait, What If Superman Was Basically Damien From The Omen?The nature versus nurture question goes out the window when your son’s nature is “some kind of homicidal alien super-being.”
  11. interview
    Bridey and Abby Elliott Made a Movie in Their Family’s Haunted HouseThe sisters talk Clara’s Ghost, an off-kilter horror-comedy loosely based on their real lives — and starring the entire Elliott family.
  12. vulture lists
    12 Days of Christmas Horror MoviesYou Better Watch Out because it’s going to be a Silent Night, Deadly Night.
  13. 100 scares
    57 Horror Directors on the Scares That Inspired (and Traumatized) ThemFrom John Krasinski to Karyn Kusama.
  14. 100 scares
    Horror Is Not Defined by What Scares YouAs the genre has grown in scope, the mainstream conversation around it has narrowed.
  15. 100 scares
    A Beginner’s Guide to Women’s Horror FilmmakingThis A to Z list reflects the scope and longevity of women filmmakers and their work in horror.
  16. 100 scares
    The Story Behind Scream’s 12-Minute, Still-Terrifying Opening Scare“I wanted it to be just long enough that the audience thinks she might survive it.”
  17. 100 scares
    15 Essential Horror Films Starring People of ColorCandyman, Night of the Living Dead, and more.
  18. 100 scares
    What Is the Greatest Year in Horror of All Time?Let us discuss.
  19. trailer mix
    Happy Death Day 2U Trailer: This Girl Just Cannot Stop DyingWelcome to the multiverse!
  20. 100 scares
    The 30 Most Influential Slasher Movies of All TimeA guide to the horror subgenre with game-changing, rule-breaking, and absolutely terrifying films.
  21. 100 scares
    The 25 Greatest ‘Not Dead Yet!’ Scares in Movie HistoryWe rank the movies that made the best use of one of the most overused horror clichés: a presumed-dead villain coming back for one final shock.
  22. 100 scares
    The 100 Scares That Shaped HorrorFrom Frankenstein to Freddy to the “sunken place,” the terrifying moments that formed the genre (and our nightmares).
  23. chat room
    Anna and the Apocalypse’s Star on Singing, Dancing Through a Zombie Apocalypse“It’s a relief to be pressing the fuck out of something that I loved making.”
  24. urban legends
    Jordan Peele Is Producing a ‘Spiritual Sequel’ to CandymanNia DaCosta will direct.
  25. close reads
    Let’s Talk About the ‘Jazzercise Scene’ in CamMadeline Brewer explains the horrors of watching yourself die.
  26. close reads
    The Haunting of Hill House and the Madness of FamilyHorror is about the ghouls we know and what goes bump in the night, and especially the place where those two become one.
  27. chat room
    Madeline Brewer on Trading Her Handmaid Robes for a Flogger in Cam“This movie took me to a level where I feel comfortable fighting for my body.”
  28. overnights
    American Horror Story: Apocalypse Finale Recap: The End Justifies the MeanIt’s the Antichrist’s blood-soaked last stand as the season comes to a close in peak AHS fashion.
  29. horror
    Amazon Makes a Deal With Blumhouse for 8 Horror FilmsThe studio wants its share of the “social thriller” pie.
  30. vulture recommends
    If You Loved Haunting of Hill House, Watch These 6 Mike Flanagan Horror FilmsThere’s so much more unresolved trauma to experience.
  31. trailer mix
    The Internet Is Coming to Steal Your Whole Life in the Cam TrailerMadeline Brewer is no Handmaid in this twisted horror picture.
  32. vulture recommends
    Which Mutant Nazi Movie Is Right for You?Overlord is in theaters now, but are you more of a Trench 11 person?
  33. overnights
    American Horror Story: Apocalypse Recap: All My Friends Are DeadAs the apocalypse draws nigh, humanity’s last hope may be … time travel?
  34. season renewals
    USA Network Uses Election Day To Announce A Second Season of The PurgeThere’s still a lot of purging to do.
  35. fashion du jour
    Suspiria’s Costume Designer Explains 10 of the Film’s Chic Looks“With Suspiria there was no limit,” says Giulia Piersanti.
  36. best of 2018
    The Best Horror Movies of 2018 (So Far)The humans are scarier than the monsters.
  37. overnights
    AHS Apocalypse Recap: Are You There Satan? It’s Me, MichaelA very special Halloween episode of American Horror Story.
  38. deep dives
    How Suspiria Created Its Dances of DeathChoreographer Damien Jalet talks about pagan rituals and the influence of Gorgons.
  39. movies
    Lon Chaney Jr. Is the Perfect Movie Monster for Our Era of Large Adult SonsEven under mounds of makeup, Chaney usually just seems like he’s been dropped into a movie by accident.
  40. halloween
    12 Great Movies Exploring the Unique Horror of Being a WomanThis Halloween, the call is coming from inside the house, and by “the house,” we mean the patriarchy.
  41. podcast review
    Halloween Unmasked Is a Nostalgic Appreciation of a Horror ClassicThis vibrant audio documentary examines the history and the legacy of John Carpenter’s iconic 1978 horror flick.
  42. horror
    The Original Wicker Man Is the Perfect Horror Movie to Watch This HalloweenWomen provide its central terrors, and a theme that resonates strongly this year: the fear men have that women are colluding against them.
  43. horror
    How Scary Is Haunting of Hill House, Really?A terrified wimp investigates.
  44. vulture lists
    The 24 Scariest TV Episodes to Watch This HalloweenFrom Buffy the Vampire Slayer to The X-Files.
  45. horror
    Mothra, Jigoku, Godzilla: a Postwar Japanese Horror PrimerTales of the supernatural reflected the anxieties of a society that had suffered the unthinkable terrors of war, and was still processing.
  46. horror
    Halloween, The Haunting of Hill House, and Every Parent’s Worst FearParents worry about keeping their kids safe. The new Halloween and Netflix’s Hill House capture that anxiety to an extreme.
  47. a closer look
    How Luca Guadagnino Brought Suspiria’s Bloodiest, Wildest Scene To Life“I’ve never filmed anything like that, and I doubt I’ll ever film anything like it ever again.”
  48. vulture lists
    30 Great Black-and-White Horror Movies Worth RevisitingClassic films, cult favorites, and a couple newer titles.
  49. horror
    What Makes a Movie Monster Scary?As technology has improved, our monsters have gotten more ornate and grotesque — but less genuinely terrifying.
  50. horror
    Papier-Mâché Eyeballs, Go-Go Dancers, Secret Passwords: A Look at The EyeslicerDan Schoenbrun and Vanessa McDonnell’s traveling horror experience combines short films and art with an internet-savvy sensibility.
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