Howard Gorman

Happy Friday the 13th, Jason! Here’s every ‘Friday The 13th’ movie – ranked!

Although originally devised to simply cash in on the wave of spooky-day-related buzz following the success of John Carpenter's seminal slasher Halloween, Jason Voorhees ended up...

‘Spiral’ director Darren Lynn Bousman says fans “aren’t ready” for his new ‘Saw’ reboot

"I read the script and I thought, 'Holy shit! This is actually really good'"

‘The Lord Of The Rings’ star Morfydd Clark: “This show is continually mind-blowing”

From Middle Earth to 'Saint Maud' – here's what you need to know about Wales' breakout talent

‘She Dies Tomorrow’ review: an astonishing near-death experience

Amy Seimetz delves deep into the human psyche with this trippy sensory-overload

How to make the ultimate slasher film

Jay Baruchel's debut horror is a blood-spattered thriller for the ages – we ask him how he did it

‘Random Acts Of Violence’ review: self-reflective slasher mixes horror with philosophy

Jay Baruchel's gutsy gore-fest poses an important question: do violent films cause violent acts?

‘Color Out Of Space’ review: Nicolas Cage cracks up in an all-out assault on the senses

Richard Stanley's gore-filled adaptation of an H. P. Lovecraft horror classic

Nicolas Cage: “I’m not nostalgic about my early work”

After a decade of straight-to-video irrelevance, the 'Color Out Of Space' star has carved himself a new niche in art-house horror