Find how out the “final” chapter stacks up against the previous 3 installments of one of horror’s most famous franchises.
Everything’s better in 3D!!!
Some Friday the 13th for your Friday the 13th
A shocking lack of hockey mask
Great idea. Execution on the other hand…
Just because it’s about an author in a haunted hotel and it’s written by the same guy, doesn’t mean it’s anything like The Shining.
It’s a movie about found footage that’s not a found footage movie!
Where’d you get those eyes? Oh, from Justin Long…
Some of the most impressive sitting still you’ve ever seen
Nothing says “spring” like an anthology horror movie…right?
Is this a found-footage film worth finding?
Have you heard of Amber Heard?
A movie within a movie turned real horror
Saved the best for last, eh? We’ll see about that.
The Elm Street ride continues
Does the last installment in Dr. AzarRising’s Freddy series hold up?
There’s a reason it’s often considered the finest horror sequel ever produced
How does the often overlooked sequel stand up to the test of time?
I mean you saw this coming, right?
You will know her name, but should you care?
For Lovecraft fans only
The Jewish Exorcist… at least that’s what the tag line for the movie should have been
The very rational fear of ventriloquist dummies
Silent but deadly
Abigail Breslin is an assassin who never forgets.
The story of Frank, a recluse vintage mannequin restorer, because apparently that’s a thing.
That guy from Lost is a gravedigger now.
A young uncle trying to save his niece from a demonic possession that he’s partially responsible for
Michael Keaton would have killed as this Jack Frost (pun intended).
If a murderous turkey isn’t a big enough clue as to the type of movie in store for you…