Doctor Sleep and the rise of “The Respectful Sequel”
Dominic Corry explores Hollywood’s new approach to (certain) sequels.
Movies to terrify in cinemas (and streaming at home) for Halloween
A detailed dig into cinematic creep-outs and the most ghoulish gems streaming.
Things get hairy in the first poster for The Grudge remake
Expect a trailer for the J-Horror reboot soon.
Terror-Fi Film Festival announces horror, thriller & sci-fi premieres
Ready Or Not, Color Out of Space, The Lodge and more are heading our way.
Zombieland’s most important rules for surviving the undead
With Zombieland: Double Tap out Oct 17, we examine the original’s survival tips.
When animals attack: the best and worst killer creature films
We gorge on creature features: the best, the worst and the completely feral.
Terrifying cult horror Midsommar a late confirmation to NZIFF
You’ll either rub your hands in glee or stay very far away.
New release film Crawl is a beer-guzzling blast of survival horror
A much-needed gasp of air from tentpole franchises.
The reasonably fun Child’s Play fulfills the hard-R quota
If you came for a doll saying profanities, this isn’t it.
First teaser to It: Chapter 2 is downright unsettling
Don’t watch this if you love your grandma.
Pet Sematary preview reactions: spooky, creepy, corny
“Don’t want more from a B-grade horror”
Pet Sematary is one of those rare remakes that’s better than the original
It doesn’t bring anything new to the genre, but it doesn’t need to.
Taika and Jemaine on doing What We Do In the Shadows for US TV
“This one, we had money. But we also had bosses.”
Jordan Peele’s Us fires up our synapses in its aftermath, producing tingling discomfort
There’s a lot more going on than in Get Out , notes Aaron Yap, impressed with its ambition.
Jordan Peele tells us about Us: “I’ve always had a doppelganger fear”
“The Oscar was a crazy moment and it actually freed me up.”
Ghost Stories is a campfire horror to cherish
Sophisticated spook show is a real best of British.
On its 30th birthday, John Carpenter’s cult classic They Live is more relevant and compelling than ever
It’s time to revisit John Carpenter’s prophecy of a world clogged by signals and stimulus.
Netflix horror May the Devil Take You has enjoyable, familiar, scares
Plenty of blood-soaked, broken-limbed moments, impactful scares and gross-outs.
Our preview guests bloody loved Overlord last night…
We’ve had some great feedback from lucky winners who saw it last night.
Suspiria is a mesmerising, categorically bananas horror reworking
Luca Guadagnino has made a sharply disquieting slab of occult art-horror.
Overlord is an entertaining, unlikely mash-up and charming B-grade triumph
“Tension is developed immediately and never really lets up”
7 reasons why you should love Suspiria, old and new
The new Suspiria is less a remake of the original than a love letter to it.