It’s October, which means that many of you fine folk are jonesing for a few scary flicks. I am not among you, but I respect your tastes and thus present the trailer for Bryan Bertino’s The Monster.
Dolls are already creepy—even when they’re not lifelike versions of a deceased child whose parents behave as though it were real.
A movie about cyber bullying unrelated to the Lifetime Movie Channel is coming out, and it has a lot of familiar faces.
Horror films frequently feature the bloody torture of women, often for such "crimes" as being outspoken or having sex. So why do I love them so much?
Half psychological thriller and half horror film, Splice, which stars Adrien Brody and Sarah Polley, is a surprisingly smart film that explores issues surrounding bio-ethics, abortion, and parenthood through a modern-day Frankenstein story.
Reviewers are divided on whether Jennifer's Body is a clever satire of friendships between teen girls or like a "thing a cat might bury in a litter box and still keep building the covering because the stench can't be smothered."
In addition to the usual violence and gore, the horror film Last House on the Left - opening today - contains an incredibly graphic rape scene. Yet, the film is rated R, not NC-17.
*Inspired by Shirley MacLaine's assertion that the best parts for actresses fall into one of the above categories