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The Hardest Sound I Ever Created
What does a murder sound like? How about Godzilla’s cry? Foley artists explain just how difficult it is to engineer the sounds of movies.
Smushed Those Bodies
Special effects artist Iván Pohárnok reveals the trick that helped him pull off that gruesome
Stay Indoors and Watch This Extremely Good
Wet Hot American MidSommar
It’s always fun to get away from camp, even for an hour.
don't you feel angry?
An Ode to Meryl Streep and Florence Pugh’s Catharsis Screams
a closer look
Explaining the End of
Director Ari Aster and actor Jack Reynor help us make sense of the Swedish folk horror’s final moments.
10 Essential Swedish Horror Films
Exploring the Scandinavian nation’s great cinematic tradition.
Jack Reynor Is Pretty Sure He Ate One of Ari Aster’s Pubes in
From rotting shrimp to sunburns to herds of wasps, the actor describes what went into making the summer’s most shocking horror film.
Is an Ambitious, Blurry Horror Trip
director seems sure of only one thing: that he wants to make you feel as if your head is being sawed off.
Will Poulter Couldn’t Sleep After Watching Himself in
“I was so fucked up after watching it. It’s maybe the most aggressive reaction I’ve ever had to a film.”
Ari Aster on
: ‘I Really Don’t Know What I’ve Done’
The horror director has been working nonstop for two and a half years to perfect the gruesome
and its cathartic follow-up. Now what?
’s Florence Pugh on the Art of Sobbing in a Corner Wearing Headphones
She had to cry — a lot — in Ari Aster’s new movie. But don’t worry, she has the
group text to console her now.
Summer Horror Preview:
We Can’t Wait to See
A hellish summer festival, a revamped Chucky doll, and a bunch of other
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark,
The Trailer for
Promises a Terrible Summer Festival Experience
This will be a very unhappy Independence Day at the movies.
Will Be ‘a
Wizard of Oz
for Perverts,’ Says Director Ari Aster
“It’s less overtly a horror movie, but it’s still working in that same space. It’s very macabre. But people shouldn’t go in expecting
It’s a Sun-Dappled Nightmare in the
From the director of